If only judging by the lack of sleep this morning, last night’s recording session featuring Natasha Darius and Jacob Bachand went very well. They laid down an entire song from composition to finished track (well, I haven’t gotten around to mixing it yet … ) over a few hours last night. Hopefully I’ll have a sample of this to post to the site, which will most likely turn up on Natasha’s upcoming studio album. It features some great piano parts from Natasha, as well as guitar from Jake and great melodies and harmonies from them both. I look forward to sharing it with everyone. Now all it needs is a name …
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