Category Archives: Recording

New release from African Village: “Tum Tum”

This collection of traditional Ghanaian songs is a unique collaboration between Moro (from the north, Volta region) and Alex (from the south, Accra). Moro makes and plays the [..]

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Paul Mbenna and the Okapi Guitar Band: “Swahili Boogaloo”

 

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IceBenders “Everything You Know Could Be Wrong”

Finally a new IceBenders release. All on Bandcamp.

Recording

Sam Derchie “Nsubeto”

A song in the classic highlife style of the African Brothers (a band Sam played in while in Ghana). http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/samderchie Lead vocals, trumpet, and extra percussion recorded at [..]

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Paul Mbenna and the Lorikeet Orchestra

We did Paul’s vocals for this track here at CutSnake, and I was also involved in the cover design. CD Baby

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IceBenders EP “That Never Works”

Drums, bass, and pedal steel. Available on Bandcamp.

Recording

Analogue and digital (slight return)

Tape is a more natural way to record than digital technology. Yes, if you think that suspending a zillion little magnetic rust particles in plastic and then telling [..]

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Wild West: Scratch Another Day (Selected Recordings 1980-1981)

It’s taken a while for this album to become available. Mastered at CutSnake in December 2009. Lots of history…

Recording

Analogue and digital

The attraction of tape and vinyl puzzles me. I’ve recorded to tape, and we had 4- and 8-track machines in the studio during the eighties. They were expensive [..]

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Karifi CD released

Now available from CDBaby. Some percussion and vocals came out of Cut Snake.

Recording