I've been a bit remiss in sharing things for awhile and some of that is because I've been a bit busy behind the scenes doing things like recording music for a documentary which had part 1 screened last night on Channel 44 here in Adelaide.
Jethro Heller, Adelaide's own documentary master invited me to record acoustic versions of two songs for his series called "OMG". Part 1 aired on Channel 44 here in Adelaide and in Melbourne on C31 this past Monday night. Here is the first song.
Jethro is much respected both here and overseas for his work behind and in front of the camera. It was an easy thing to accept his invitation, particularly as I've had long admired his work. Sometimes I still pinch myself at all the wonderful things that have happened since I moved to Adelaide six years ago. I'm very proud I took the chance and moved across.
One of the great things about doing this was extending myself as a vocalist, and also recording the guitar track as well. Many thanks to my darling handyman, Graham Burkin, for his wonderful work in our home studio. If you don't know much about Graham, he is a musician in a number of Adelaide coverbands, and also a rather talented sound engineer. He's also thorough and willing to gain more experience by trying new things. I would not have gained what I did on my own (even though I tried). He's a credit to the musical community in so many ways and a darling supporter of mine.
I hope, if you watch it, you get some enjoyment from this project.