“Out Into Darkness” - Studio demo. Produced/engineered by the inimitable Joseph Moore. David Bales on piano, Joseph on guitars, Michael Castellejos on bass, Anthony on drums.
“Amazing Grace” - Interesting arrangement by our own Monty McCune. He sings alongside Jenny for this one. This was commissioned by bluefish tv for a video. You can watch that here: http://tinyurl.com/344uxyr
“No One Like Our God” - Again, produced by John Dufilho. This track came from out of nowhere, literally. John just had an idea and ran with it.
“Most High” - Live at Trinity Church.
It has been with much hesitation that i have allowed my husband to begin this blog. Why? I think because it is safer to go unnoticed. Lessens the chance of rejection. It is safer to say you write music than it is to show it off. But there is a huge piece missing in that you aren’t getting to share it with anyone except maybe your closest and most accepting relatives and friends. We have through the years had friends share there time, studios, and brow sweat to make music with us and for that we are bound as well to share what we have collectively worked to create. We have made a list and will one day repay you for your generosity that was way beyond what we deserved. So…here it is and here it will be in bite sized pieces. This is my commitment to myself and to you that i will open my heart and my hand and release what God has put there. Hope it blesses you. Thanks for partaking.
Now for something a little more low-key.
“I Miss You” - Studio demo, David Bales on piano. We miss him.
“Hero”. Studio demo made back in July of 2009 under the steady and capable hand of John Dufilho (producer & engineer). Ant sings (gang vocals)!
Anthony butts in to say: This song contains one of my (Anthony) favorite lines by Jenny, “Author of all existence/Champion of the Heavens.” Soooo epic.
“I’ll Let Go”, an older demo we did a few years ago. Anthony likes this one. The scratch vocals are not my favorite. Monty picked out some nice synths.
Sorry babe, posted the wrong file. This one sounds a bit better, and you don’t bust out laughing after a very dramatic bridge. - Anthony