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Some Recordings of Note

Music for film, “Fat Rose & Squeaky” with Cicily Tyson and Louise Fletcher (guitar, co-composer, co-producer, tracking/mix engineer)

“For T” and “View From Above”, compositions on the albums “Movimento” and “The Other Road” by Ed Johnson and Novo Tempo (guitar, composer, co-producer)

Crossing Borders – “Crossing Borders”, and “Mess Around” (guitar, co-composer, co-producer, tracking/mix engineer)

Kristen Strom – “Intention”, and “Sojourn” (guitar, co-composer, co-producer, tracking/mix engineer)

Jim Norton Collective, “TIME REMEMBERED: COMPOSITIONS OF BILL EVANS” (guitar)

Recorded/Mixed Paul Tynan & Aaron Lington BICOASTAL COLLECTIVE: CHAPTER ONE (tracking/mix engineer)

Performed/mixed Paul Tynan & Aaron Lington BICOASTAL COLLECTIVE: CHAPTER TWO (guitar, mix engineer)

Mixed Paul Tynan & Aaron Lington BICOASTAL COLLECTIVE: CHAPTER THREE (mix engineer)

Paul Zarzyski (poet) –  “Collisions of Reckless Love” and “Rock ‘N’ Rowel” and upcoming 2-CD project  (guitar, co-composer, tracking/mix engineer)

Hafez Modirzadeh “Post-Chromodal Out!” (mix engineer)

Christian Tamburr “Places” (tracking/mix engineer)

Frodo Lives!

Yes, the Hobbits have emerged victorious, and have defeated Sauron and his minions. All is good and safe again in Middle Earth.

I wish I could say the same about this Earth…

My Precioussss!
My Precioussss!

Just wrapped a weekend of performances of the “Lord of the Rings in Concert” with Symphony Silicon Valley. A highlight for me was sitting next to master harpist Daniel Levitan, as he added his brand of magic to the proceedings.

It was great having all the LOTR fans there, as well as heavy duty music fans, and they really went crazy for the show.