Thursday, November 03, 2005


Today was a good day. In the Attic was great today. We had it displayed on a huge wall, thanks to the way over priced LCD projector. Made progress today recording in the studio. Wish I could bang out songs like when I was 20. I am so off schedule. I hope to be ready to send out for mastering by March 06. Seemed a lot easier when I did this in a band. Oh well. Wa Wa Wa. I love this really I do. Everyone is gone and the Studio is bare. Thought I would share these pics from the Edgar Street Studio in solitude. I hope all of my blog mates enjoyed their day today. Thanks for all your kind comments here.



At 5:16 PM, Blogger Elaine said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog. I really appreciate it. Lucky you having an LCD projector. Must be great watching "In The Attic" on that.

At 7:02 PM, Blogger alin said...

what part of the world do you live in?

At 8:36 PM, Blogger Kid Ric said...

Nice pics. Nothing like foolin' around in the studio. Keep on rockin'.

Peace, love and light to you and yours.

At 8:08 AM, Blogger Elizabeth A. said...

Thank you for visiting the cupboard! I like your blog, look at those guitars! Am I allowed to even POINT at them?!? lol
~Elizabeth A.

At 2:20 PM, Blogger Suesjoy said...

Hey Joe-
Thanks for your kind comments!
I love your blog. Nic pics!
Austin is one of my favorite places in the world. I'd move there if it wasn't so danged hot most of the time! (I know - the weather keeps most Californians from re-locating and ruining a great place!).
I'm from Boston so it wouldn't count anyway!
Loved your Ronnie Lane story. It's so sad that he suffered so. He must have been a wonderful soul.
Happy blogging!

At 12:38 AM, Blogger Seychelle said...

Hey cowboy, I prefer the Humb Machine pic. Raw and edgy. I like your pooch. What happened to his pic?

At 8:35 AM, Blogger JoeBoy said...

Thanks to all for the nice comments. Mr. Pete will return to the blog soon. The guitars can be pointed at. I still find recording fun, but took a break from it this weekend. Did not do anything but read, sleep, and watch THE WHO LIVE in BOSTON.

At 9:17 AM, Blogger Gary said...

Hey Joeboy, thanks for comments on my blog. Yes, if there was just happy lovin couples all the time it would be a bit boring huh.

How awesome that you knew Ronnie Lane. I just read your post about that, how wonderful. I like to believe the ones like him who loved music so much are playing in Heaven with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Kieth Moon and all the great musicians who went before them, or come back as talent in someone who loves music.

Re; the pictures, what kind of a Rickenbacker is that next to the kit?

At 9:29 AM, Blogger JoeBoy said...

Thanks Gary,
The Rick is actually an Erlwine Custom that has a mixture of Rick features and some specs to my liking. It also has the 5th knob feature that Rick used on some models. The toaster PUPs are also hand wound. I spent way too much on it, but it is one of my main guitars in the studio.

At 2:13 PM, Blogger Amz said...

Aww...I have 2 rat terriers amongst my 4 dog collection. They are wild as hell! I love them.

Hmmm...I only have one guitar in my collection...just a little takamine g series. i love it too...something about that one imparticular...i don't believe i'll ever part with it.

At 9:26 AM, Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Hi Joseph,

thanks for the kind comments on my blog. You have brought a smile to my day. Nice to know there are other musicians and writers out there. Good luck with the songwriting and recording process, and don't worry too much about the schedule (unless the meter is ticking, that is!)



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