At last! I have finished recording, mixing and mastering “Dinosaur Songs”. I’m so happy. I’m uploading the files right now to my distributor. Normally, it takes a few days for the songs to get processed before they are released on online music stores like Itunes or music streaming services like Spotify. I’m really excited to finally let you hear the result.
I’m sorry I had to postpone the release for so long. I know some of you have been waiting eagerly for the album to come out. All I can say is: it was worth it. I took that extra time to make sure I felt really really good about each song. I hope you will enjoy listening to my dinosaur songs as much as I enjoyed writing and recording them. I really had a good time. At times, I was just busting up laughing in the studio while recording vocals and trying out different voices and wordings. I love music. And dinosaurs!
I’ve recorded the third for the dinosaur album. It’s not about one of the big sauropods and it’s not a about a T-rex this time either. This song is about the smallest dinosaurs there ever was – a Tinysaur named Paul. Some say the tinysaurs never existed because they have not yet found any tinysaur bones of fossils, but I bet they existed. They were about the size of a spore and they were impossible to see. However, they made a peculiar sound so the only way you could tell there were tinysaurs around was by a gentle buzzing in the air – sort of like a mix of a mosquito and a bumblebee. The tiny dinosaur – or “tinysaur” – in this song is a lonely little fellow. He seems to have lost all his tinysaur buddies and now he is wondering if there is anyone else like him out there. Poor little guy.
Right now I’m working on a song called “Tyrannosaurus Rex”. There is already a song called “Running from a T-rex” and this new song will explain why any sane person would run like crazy whenever they see a Tyrannosaurus coming. “Tyrranosaurus Rex” is a rock song with a a lot of attitude. I tried recording some of the vocals today but I immidiately got hoarse and had to stop. It’s hard on your vocal cords when you try singing like a T-rex. Anyway, I’ll let you know how things are going.
“I’m Tyrranosaurus Rex – breaking everbody’s necks!”