Thank you for all of the great music. Not long ago, my friend Rod Morgenstein was over at my house having a cup of coffee, and I popped "What If" on the old McIntosh stereo, at which point a broad smile appeared on Rod's face. He remarked that he hadn't heard the album in quite a long time, and we sat and listened and he recounted some wonderful memories of that experience. As I remember being a young pup, and hearing the Dixie Dregs for the first time, it seemed like the whole world was being turned on by them and their completely unique playing styles and compositions. Is there anything you would care to recount to us about the recording of that record?
Hi Mark, Yer, Rod is a sweetheart isn't he. I got so much pleasure out of reuniting with him for the EpiK DrumS sessions and he worked his ass off for me. Great guy.
As far as stories or recollections go, I actually find myself between a rock and a hard place at the moment. As I've mentioned in other posts, I'm presently putting together a book and much as I would like to tell you some things I really feel the need to hold back and save the stories for the book. I'm sorry.