New York City (May 3, 2006)–Renowned guitarist Marc Ribot has been working at Dubway Studios this month, tracking the film score for the new John Malkovich film The Drunk Boat. Pictured in Dubway Studios are (l-r): engineer Keith Rigling, Marc Ribot, Dubway assistant Eric Spring, and John Carbonara.Ribot brought in some big-gun session players including Jill Jaffe on viola and Anthony Coleman on claviola and piano, and worked with Dubway engineer Keith Rigling tracked and assistant Eric Spring.
Actor John Lithgow was in Dubway’s Yellow Room tracking a new children’s album he is producing. Pictured (l-r): producer JC Hopkins, John Lithgow, Dubway manager Steven Alvarado, and Dubway owner/engineer Al Houghton.Lithgow brought in none other than Michael Knight, aka Newman from Seinfeld fame, to help out on voice-overs. Dubway Studios’ owner/engineer Al Houghton tracked the session. Also from the thespian world, actor Patrick Wilson (Angels in America, Phantom of the Opera) was in Dubway’s Blue Room tracking a voice over for a new environmental documentary film. Dubway chief engineer Jason Marcucci tracked the session.
This month on the Live@VH1.com set, The Goo Goo Dolls performed songs from their new Warner Bros. album Let Love In. Also on the set was Jewel, performing songs from her new Atlantic album Goodbye Alice in Wonderland. Tracking the sessions were Dubway Studios’ chief engineer Jason Marcucci and assistant Tyler Clabaugh.
Pictured (l-r): Dubway engineer Jason Marcucci, Moby, Rob Norris, Richard Barone, Frank Giannini, Jeremy MorrisonMoby was also in Dubway Studios’ Yellow Room producing a new track for 80’s pop group The Bongos. The song is for a compilation album due out later this year. Dubway Studios’ chief engineer Jason Marcucci tracked.
Finally, singer/songwriter Marc Farre began tracking his new album in Dubway this month. Farre has a well established following in France, where he has toured heavily. Dubway owner/engineer Al Houghton tracked the sessions.