November 6th, 2009
I’ve recently decided to up the ante on my podcasts by recording two songs: an original of mine and a cover.
This week for the cover I chose Live’s “Lightning Crashes” because we are playing it as the last song in set 4 in Town Crier. I can’t say I do the song justice, but I think it is OK.
The other song will excite my avid followers — a sneak peak at my upcoming album “The Threshold of Omniscience.” That’s right — I have enjoyed my recording so much that I felt it was a good choice for the original.
And, as usual, this is just me on my acoustic, in my studio, recorded on my Sony ICD-SX700 digital voice recorder, no modifications other than trimming at the beginning and end.
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