Paris.

“Hello” from the other side…of the smoke-filled room!

I am currently back in Europe to photograph for the aforementioned album cover to be released exactly one year from now. Production may end up taking place in New York City as a lot of my productions have, but the possibility of pursuing this project overseas is still so stimulating.

I will be back in the States in five days time, to begin taping for three days in Chicago.

For what? You’ll see.

Louis

Day Two: In Studio

Here we are, on to the second portion of the sessions.

This is going to be one of the more difficult sessions, so I want to be completely calm and ready to tackle these fast-paced numbers. I will admit, I have partaken in a glass of champagne before arriving for the call.

Tonight will be the end of my days with this wonderful crew, and I am glad we’ve all enjoyed ourselves during this time.

Their hard work and talents that they’ve lent to me are highly valued.

Louis

Day One: In Studio

Today we all have gathered for the moment of truth, the first session of Project E has begun.

For the next few hours, we will cover the first portion of the album as an ensemble and I am elated. The Rhodes has been pulled out, and is staring at me. Time to play with the controls and make this dream-like trance come to life!

Louis

Production has Begun.

The musicians have been recruited, signed, and studied.

It’s the day of rehearsals and I am more than excited to play with this talented crew.
Tomorrow, the magic begins.

Louis

This is real...

More than 60 applicants and counting as of last night, the tough portions of this search has begun.

There are many talents that have reached out and seem more than qualified for the small fee that I am providing. But I am deeply humbled by their choosing to support and contribute their time to me. I hope for the best come February.

Until then, I have more arrangements to make before I make my final decisions.

Louis