Nov 26 2009
To that, Carl added voice, Chinese Moon Lute, violin, and some processing. Once back in my hands, I added several tracks using my Industral Guitar Indy Rail lap steel. Lately I’ve been using an alternate tuning: G2 G3 G3 G3 G4 G4. That’s right: Three octaves, all G!
We’re still expecting contributions from David Bunoan, David Witham, and Christie Scott. Still, while we’re patiently waiting for them, I thought I’d share the work in progress:
12/08/09 – We just got David Witham’s contribution back, and WOW! I really love it. I’ve been listening to it obsessively, and I have all kinds of ideas. I find it really inspiring.
It stands well on its own, but I can sometimes hear parts that could be added… Dunno.
12/13/09 – Things keep unfolding in surprising and wonderful ways. I was chatting with an old High School chum, Janis Tanaka, who is an excellent professional musician. She’s been Pink’s touring bassist for at least her last two albums, and has played in a bunch of bands over the years, including the rather infamous L7.
I was talking with her about her current creative efforts, and sharing some of my own. She asked, “When do you get together to record?” We don’t, I explained, and showed her the links to several source tracks, and some links to various works in progress. The next day, I found this in my email inbox. She’s recorded a synth bass part over David Witham’s track, and it is DOPE!
I love the internet!