We recorded seven new Gayland numbers last night at Marigny Recording Studios. The session went well; thanks to singers Lesley DeMartin, Cameron-Mitchell Ware, Jason Amos, and Ivan Griffin, with pianist Albinas Prizgintas.
In this pic, Cameron-Mitchell Ware brings to life the ever-slippery Gaige, while Scott King covers Zack, and Albinas Prizgintas tickles the ivories.
We’ve finished the revisions based on what we learned at the December table read at the York Theatre in Manhattan. And soon we’ll be recording both our new and revised songs, including “Fighting & (Bleep)ing,” “You Gotta Work The Crowd,” and “Breeder,” (which spoofs the opening number of the smash-hit Hamilton.)
“Sensitive Me” has been redone to make it a visceral experience of breeder-phobia, and now includes rhymed retching, a Broadway first!
The recording will take place on March 9th at Marigny Recording Studios in New Orleans.