Put It In Your Pocket by School for Robots published on 2012/03/27 02:30:59 +0000 This is an old country-rock tune written in 2010. Basic tracks circa that August '10 session with Attis Jerrell Clopton on drums, Seth Adams on bass and engineered by Luke Sullivan.* Josh Kiggans, who is currently touring Europe with the excellent Boston Americana band Girls, Guns & Glory (the lucky bastard!), is featured on tambourine and shaker. If you like Hank Williams, check them out. Finished all the overdubs Monday, March 26, including chicken' pickin' and horse clappin'. This one just leaked out of the fingers. The clomping sound during the solo was accidentally achieved by spontaneously banging upon my semihollowbody gretsch guitar. Might add lap steel one day if I ever get good enough. footnote: *"What's that Luke?" was left at the end for a laugh.. The story behind this: my old rehearsal space at 424r was basically an 8x8 room within a room, max capacity of three. Our solution was to create a makeshift control room on top of the ceiling. We hoisted Luke up from the hallway, and he dropped all the cables down through a vent. He also draped a rainbow flag (courtesy Kirsten Ford) through the vent and would wave it when he wanted us to start/stop/tell us something. Quite amusing session that was.