Björk’s “Vulnicura” opened at #15 on the Billboard 200 this week, and I’m proud to have been a part of this project. Engineering Björk’s songs and watching them evolve over the last three years has been a fantastic experience. If you haven’t heard yet, this is one of Björk’s more personal albums, and reviews have been very positive so far! Do check this album out, and if you’re in NYC, check out Björk’s upcoming retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in March.
This year’s Grammy voting season, I’m on the voting ballot for the following projects:
Best Engineered Album, Classical:
-Nazeri: Rumi Symphony Project – Untold
Best Musical Theater Album:
-Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill - Original Broadway Cast
-Fun Home – Original Cast
-Violet – Original Broadway Cast
-Yank! – Original Off-Broadway Cast
Proud to be a part of these projects!
“Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”, an album starring Audra McDonald which I recently co-produced and engineered, debuted at #1 on FOUR billboard charts this week! The album placed #1 in Cast Albums, #1 in Jazz, #1 in Traditional Jazz and #1 in Heatseekers! “Lady Day” is a live recording of the show, captured at the Circle In The Square theater. Check out Broadwayworld.com for more details, and check out a recent review in the New York Times. Also, check out this recent story on Entertainment Weekly, which has a few clips from the album.
Here’s some clips from the recently released cast album of Violet. Fun stuff on this one: Banjos, dobros, fiddles and whatnot… And some great gospel singing! Had a blast making this one.
And some more fun that’s been keeping me occupied this winter:
Here’s what I’ve been working on this winter:
Check out this playbill.com review of the album.