April 7, 2012

like swinging your arms in the dark to find out how the light sits

Here is a little preview of the forthcoming Chapel Session we recorded with Adam Arcuragi & The Lupine Chorale Society, which at their behest also included me for a few minutes that afternoon. I guess I can say I’ve now recorded my debut chapel session, and on one of my very favorite songs of Adam’s. “Broken Throat” is a marvelous song, and the one I often sing when riding my bike home from work, as the wind whips past. Can’t wait for the whole session to be ready.

[video by Kevin Ihle]

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  • … I have never wanted to attend chapel so badly.

    Domenick — April 7, 2012 @ 1:34 pm

  • Whoa!! this sounds amazing!

    Katy d. — April 7, 2012 @ 1:50 pm

  • It was your posting from last year of Adam’s “Bottom of the River” video (from the flea market in New York) that first exposed me to Adam’s great music and I haven’t looked back. I’m anxiously awaiting to hear this entire Fuel/Friends Chapel session!

    Steve — April 7, 2012 @ 10:44 pm

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