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Friday, August 16, 2013
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Making full-length albums is hard. It always takes more time and effort than I initally plan for. And it inevitably goes through phases of being creatively draining.
For about past 3 months, Sean Pawling and I have been hard at work on tracking for his full-length album. But after we got my piano tuned for his sessions, I took advantage of the window of in-tune opportunity and managed to squeeze in a video session with Nate Miller. It was really refreshing to tackle something simple that we could complete in a few days.
Nate and I actually recorded 4 new songs of his, which we plan to release as an EP. We also shot the following video. The session was a lot of fun, and I got to use my Pentax K01 digital camera. The Pentax has been a lot of fun to have around, and it was a pleasure to get to know it a bit better.
Here's the result. Enjoy!