New York, NY (January 7, 2004)–Dubway Studios is getting off to a good start in 2004, with celebrated folk singer Chip Taylor cutting tracks for his new album in Dubway’s Yellow Room, with Rosanne Cash singing backup vocals. Recording musicians for the sessions included Anton Fig on drums, Tony Mercadante playing bass, Seth Farber on the Hammond B-3, and John Platania playing guitar. In addition to Cash’s backup vocals, Liz Queler also sang backup. And, Dubway’s own Mike Pretsa engineered the session.
Experimental jazz artist Basya Echechter also cut tracks for her new album, to come out on John Zorn’s label, with engineer Albert Levsink, and assistance from Presta. And, Richard Barone is at Dubway, continuing work on Tracy Stark’s debut with Dubway Studio’s owner Al Houghton. Houghton is also engineering projects for folk singer Christine Spiecher, and the new album by The Sharp Things, slated for release later this year.
Also at Dubway, Dan Manjovi tracked his new release with Presta at Dubway, and last but not least, the gang from Nick Jr. came back to Dubway to continue work on the new kids television show The Backyardagins. Crehore engineered the singing portion of the show and Jason Marcucci engineered the dialogue portion.