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Recording my album, part two. No fancy shoes.

I thought recording was all about the shoes (see last post) but alas. Here’s part two about my journey to making a new album. No fancy shoes but lots of fancy playing. Advertisements

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Recording my new album: it’s all about the shoes

Well, they do help, especially when they’re coordinated with the instrument I happen to be recording. It was ukulele day right off the bat.

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The making of Dare, part five: it’s not about the meat dress

After an album is recorded, you’re done, right? Maybe if you’re Lady Gaga, but if you’re Jamie Anderson, or any other self-producing indie performer, there’s still a lot of work to do. I’m not complaining. I’d wear my weight in … Continue reading

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The making of Dare, part four: sometimes it’s about the muscle car

Before I knew it, it was back to Asheville, NC, in late June for the last two days with engineer and co-producer Chris, this time for mixing. This is the process where we check the volume and quality of sound … Continue reading

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The making of Dare, part three: Sometimes it’s about the skippy-skip

Recording this new album has been beyond exciting. There are times when I’m sitting on that couch in the studio and I’m so damn happy about the musician and their part that I feel like I’m levitating. With Kara Barnard … Continue reading

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The making of Dare, part two: Sometimes it’s about the conversations

As you could see from part one, I’ve started recording my new album, Dare, and I’m sharing the journey with you because you know how singer-songwriters are – we can’t help talking about ourselves.  Here’s another post about me. Hope … Continue reading

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The making of Dare, part one: Sometimes it’s about the food

I’m recording Dare, my tenth album. Sounds ominous, doesn’t it? Back when I did my touring with Wilma Flintstone, I did it full time and that meant putting out a new album every two or three years. While I still … Continue reading

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