Thursday, July 07, 2005

Paul blogs the making of his record.

This might be of interest to some of you out there. Paul of Paul Kamran and temporarily of Down Holly has most of the month of July off from work, and during that time, he's working in the studio to record an album.

That's not, in itself, unusual. What's interesting is that he plans to blog about the entire process. It's especially strange because he thinks blogging is stupid. And, as we may have learned, blog commenting, especially so. But, if only for this brief window of time, he's opened up this aspect of his life for the public, just to see if anyone's interested or has some good advice.

Paul's been through this process before, so I'm sure he'll have a lot to say about the experience, how it compares to previous recording sessions, what it's like to record an album at a studio in the area--the whole trials and tribulations thing.

If you've ever been curious about what this often painstaking process can be like for a musician, if you've got questions, if you've got suggestions, if you think he's mixing the keyboards all wrong, take advantage of the opportunity.

It will be at least as fascinating as my other friend Paul's blog about his kidney transplant surgery, which is, thankfully something that's not likely to be reperformed live at the Velvet Lounge anytime soon.

1 comment:

vodra said...

Haha. Now if a band called The Kidney Transplants ever plays the Velvet Lounge, I will have to go!