I’m very, very excited to have the CD finished and the website up!
The CD release show at the Brick in KC, MO a couple Saturdays ago was a smash. All of the tracks (mp3s…) from “It Is What It Is” are uploaded to the music player for you, “Revolution Son” is currently free to download, and I like to think that, because davidseume.com is customizable and links out to everywhere else you can find me (read: my music) online, you’ll wanna stop here first. And when you do, please… make yourself at home. I won’t tell you to turn the music down. Ha ha haaaa!
But, to be quite honest, the whole DIY process of producing the record has left me a bit fried. Not super crispy, but like those french fries from the chicken wing place down the street. The ones you wanna throw in the oven for that extra crunch when you take the leftovers back to the crib. (Au contraire w/ the chicken, by the way. It’s delicious the first time around…)
I’m looking forward to getting a little break up in Chicago for Christmas. The whole family will be getting together, which only happens around once a year (we live all over the place), so it’ll be real nice. What will also be nice is getting back revived, refreshed, rejuvenated, and lots of other re- words.
This blog will serve as the primary locale for stuff that relates to my music and life. You may want to subscribe/bookmark/share. ’Cause if I was a betting man–and I don’t have scratch to know whether I am or not–I’d put a few hundo on me digressing here and there. And really, who doesn’t like that? Who?! At any rate, this is where you’ll find the most updated music news and info (first and foremost) and, as a welcoming (or parting) gift, you’ll likely get some insights into my moods and fascinations.
Some posts will be good. Some will be better. Some may stink like that smell you-can’t-quite-figure-out-what-it-is when you walked through your front door today. (Did another mouse die in the heating ducts? Cinderella’s really gonna be devastated this time around…). Ridiculousness.
It’ll be fun to have a dialogue with you. Adding comments will make it easy to contribute your 2 cents. Which, if we really extend the currency metaphor and adjust for inflation, is closer to adding around .002 cents. But alas, your thoughts are backed by you as an asset, so they’ll always be valuable. Gooold!
Ok… so maybe I’m more oven-baked than fried. I better wrap it up (B!). ’Til next time…
peace and goodwill!