Thursday, September 23, 2004

Songwriting, Taylor Crowley, and Kim Hull

I've been songwriting lately, and not just on a 'as needed' basis. My long-time friend, Jeff Walton, and I have begun a weekly songwriting effort which is yielding some good results. This is a new one for me. I'm much more comfortable making existing songs sound better. This is working from a blank page. Jeff has scored many, many movies, counless television and film shorts, and has arranged orchestral sessions for some pretty cool bands, (Moses Guest...). More will be revealed, but I think it's going well.

Today I worked with Popstar, Taylor Crowley. The last time we met, I did not have time to complete our pre production meeting, so today she came by and I got a chance to hear her sing. After our session today, I have a much better idea of what she can do and what genre she might excell in. Here's some shots from our session today:

Later in the afternoon, I met with a young lady that I'm also impressed with, Kim Hull. Kim came to my attention in an unusual manner,... when I got to talk to her and hear her sing, I thought that we could work together well. Today she showed up with all of her background material and we spent about 2.5 hours singing and talking. Kim likes cool tennis shoes, and I forgot to photograph them... oh well, something to look forward to. Here's some shots from our work in SugarHill's Studio A:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wondering... Does ProducerBoy wear tights? A cape? Does he think he can save the day?

10:19 PM  
Blogger dan said...

Anonymous: Tights, no (boxers yes) Save the day?... sonically speaking, that's a yes.

10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Write more about Blythe, she's super cute!

6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is ANOTHER Anonymous...
Yeah...what's up next with Blythe?

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where did that Taylor girl dissapear to? Her look was so 'money'.. Post back, I'm very interested to know if she is still working with either you, or Music World.

12:48 PM  

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