Once upon a cold-snap last winter Miss Quincy holed up in her cabin with a bunch of other hooligans and made a new album (“Your Mama Don’t Like Me“). Featured in the video below are Ben Nixon (Mossy Rock Productions), Reno Fitch (Folky Strum Strum), and Peter Mynett (Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra). I documented the recording sessions with my handy-dandy still camera too – if you have a hankering to view those photos click here.
Miss Quincy and I recently got down at her little cabino for a liner notes photoshoot for her brand spankin’ new album, Your Mama Don’t Like Me.
The Miss Q in question spent two weeks in December holed up in the cabin in question to record the album in question. I was fortunate enough to retreat with the recording crew, so until the album is unleashed in the spring enjoy the visuals in my Miss Quincy Recording Sessions entries:
To celebrate her album recording finale Miss Quincy threw one hoe-down of a house concert at her family farm:
Miss Quincy and co.haven’t left her recording cabin in over a week and I’m starting to suspect they’re descending into the depths of cabin fever:
This is the day the tap dancer and man-chorus came out to play:
Yesterday Miss Quincy’s recording cabin was taken over by a gang of wild mountain bluegrass bandits:
As we speak, my friend Miss Quincy is holed up in her cabin on the banks of the Peace River recording herself a brand spankin’ new album.
Yesterday I stopped by briefly for the first day of recording … if you don’t hear from me for awhile it’s because I’ve closed up shop and headed for a therapeutic retreat at Miss Q’s Recording Studio & Day Spa.
Willamina the Wolf overlooking Miss Quincy and Ben Nixon, sound engineer extraordinaire.