This is the first of two posts introducing you to the musicians who played on this album. Today, it's old friends who've played on my albums in the past.
I was lucky enough to coax Kevin Quain (top left) back into the fold for the new record. Kevin played piano, organ, and accordion on my first album, and repeated the trick here. Along with being an incredible player, he's one of the best songwriters in the world (not an understatement). I'll post a link to his stuff in the comments below.
Meghan Engel played fiddle on a few songs on The Road To Anhedonia, but plays a much bigger part on the new album. If anything gives this album its sound, it's Meghan's brilliant string arrangements. She wrote, arranged, and played every instrument in the full quartets you'll here. She's a genius. If you want strings on your recordings, I'll put you in touch. She can even do it remotely.
David Gooblar and Richard Lewis Clements have been my musical traveling companions for over a decade. They were my musical "spotters" throughout this recording process, and I couldn't have done it without them. Richard also played piano and synthesizer on about half the tracks, including the first single, and Dave played some ominous synths.
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