I've finally somewhat sort of commited to getting "Hook, Line & Sinker" produced by Stuart Epps. I made this video as the pitch.
In the background are a few dunes located in a secret spot I never tell any one I know about on Pensacola beach.
In many ways, the beach is a food desert for critters on all fours. But if you have fins or some wings, you'll do just fine here.
Any way, in this video I talk about how much money it'll likely take to get the album mixed, mastered and produced in England.
However, once I get a mix back from Lucky Kelson on the song, "2 Lazy 2 Werk" I might change my mind.
I do like working with Stu Epps, no doubt. But in my not so professional opinion he can take a good track and completely ruin it by overdoing everything.
For example, I asked him to rework "I'm Goin' Down" a new song for the new CD, and well...I just can't listen to it. It's so over produced it actually lessens the song's impact. This is my opinion. I'm not a music industry professional. Here is my version.
So, I'll see how Lucky Kelson does and if I like what he does, I'll replace this video for a new Go Fund Me.
I just thought you'd like to see me in front of the camera.
Thanks for reading my blog, and going on this journey with me.
I do have a CD out, which is being reviewed locally by the Island Times. So get your copy.