WHAT THE COVER LOOKS LIKE:
WHAT THE PRESS RELEASE SAYS:
This album was recorded in a 48 hour period between Friday, 9/13/19 and Sunday 9/15/19. It was released on the evening of the 15th. This all came together due to a bout of loneliness and depression that swept over me that Friday evening. Being lonely sometimes can render positive results, something I am learning. On my walk home, I decided to go and make a guitar-based record and not leave the house until it was done. I succeeded and this is what was made. This is not a one-off experiment, that will disappear a few weeks from now: This is my fifth solo full-length record. It is "canon", to quote film nerds. I hope you enjoy it and appreciate the context of its creation. Context they say that's everything these days...
Part of the proceeds during this first digital run will be donated to the Honnold Foundation, an honorable group trying to spread what is our solar-powered future. More about them here: www.honnoldfoundation.org
Recorded, Mixed, & Mastered in a 48hr sprint by SCP.
Vintage Fender Jazzmaster & Jaguar were the primary guitars used.
Album cover is a painting by me titled "The Black & Gold Door" and hangs in my dining room.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT GOES SOMETHING LIKE THIS
Lazy Days, Hazy Moments & Dancing to a Slower Groove