I’ve procrastinated posting over here long enough. I have musical stuff to tell you about while we all have time on our hands.
Before things got crazy a couple records I produced were just released. Nobody can go on tour right now but you can get their hot new records.
Fabulous new records for Spanking Charlene and Emily Duff both recorded and mixed at Cowboy Technical Services. We’ve updated our website so check out when you have the chance.
I have been trying to use my time well. I started releasing the Shut In Singles Series on my page over at Bandcamp. So far I’ve released 4 titles and I have another 6 ready to go on the Eric Ambel Bandcamp page.
I also recently did a live streaming concert from my home for the folks at Americana Highways. It was a special show for me. I sang songs by some of the artists that I have been lucky enough to produce over the years like The Bottle Rockets, Blue Mountain, Greg Trooper, The Backsliders, Kelley Looney and Jimbo Mathus. The folks at Americana Highways archived the show for us all at Youtube.
I’ve also got some records and songs in the works from DL Marble, Colleen Mann, Mary Lee Kortes, Andrew Grimm and Sarah Borges.
I’m available for remote production, mixing and guitar overdubs. You can always reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you all are safe and healthy as you read this and I hope we’ll all be more tactilely together soon.
First up is “Volume One” by Sad Bastards of Brooklyn. 12 songs recorded one evening at Cowboy Tech with Mario Viele engineering with Charlene McPherson and Mo Goldner (vocals and guitar respectively) from the band Spanking Charlene. This is one of the most simple yet elegant recordings I’ve ever had the good fortune to be involved in. “Volume One” is available now at Bandcamp (where you can listen to the entire record) and iTunes.
Sad Bastards of Brooklyn “Volume One”
Next up is the fiery new rock and roll record titled “Good Luck” from Boston’s #1 Alt. Country band Girls Guns and Glory. Recorded at Cowboy Tech over a couple long weekends and mixed at Evie’s in Clinton Hill we went for bringing out elements of the band’s live sound and highlighting the interplay between Ward Hayden’s voice and Chris Hersch’s guitar. “Good Luck” is available on CD and Vinyl from the band’s website.