Once again, Colm McGuinness came to record a few classics on his guitar.
This one is "Have you ever seen peaches" by Jimmy Lee Williams
and here is another one. While editing this video my dog came and did backing vocals. I shot that with the phone's camera and added it to the original
Deirsey, Pat McCourt and Peter came to record two new tracks - one - a song about Limerick, and the other - a new xmas song about big white snowy balls which sounds to me like something chef from south park would have written had he been Irish.
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Joe Burke had a website. Unfortunately it was hosted with UTV, their server crashed one day and they didn't have a backup!
This lad to a brand new website which went online today.
The site has over 250 photos! from Joe's long career and Ireland's history. It also has audio samples from the albums he released through the years (a good part of which were remastered here). Joe's "NO Thanks" page shows his great humour even when someone gets on his nerves...
The weakest part in many young bands is usually vocals, so expectations were not very high when 16 y/o John wanted to record a few tracks live.
but... I truly had an amazing day. Both the lyrics and vocals were truly great for any age and I'll definitely be following this guy's career.
Here's one of Johny's tracks which was recorded live at the studio. I hope to get a permission to post his acoustic versions to Poker face and Billy Jean as well - they were awesome.
The Guts wanted to capture a live album recording and so we did.
In one day we recorded, mixed and mastered their 14 tracks album, and we are all happy with the result. The average for a rock band is 2 tracks per day, so I was quite impressed!
For one of the tracks I took the video camrea to the live room.
A couple of days ago I got a request to do a quick VO work in Irish.
It was a pleasent surprise to find it a day later on Google street view :)