Friday, August 31, 2012

Where has the summer gone?

Jennie, Gale and Lisa blessed us with much laughter as we mixed the Temple Bet Yam Live recording. 
This was our second annual Temple project, they worked hard and the music was great.
Long-time Eclipse family member Ray Kayanek, always writing songs to help and inspire other people,
brought his song “Pepper In” to Eclipse to record as part of the Chili’s Restaurant Campaign
to raise money for St. Jude’s. 
Pictured with Ray are Kurt Johnston and several members of the Chili’s Palatka staff.
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Al Sweeney stopped by…it was great seeing him and talking about future business ventures together.
It’s not often we get a chance to record a real horn band anymore.
“Top Secret” is a killer 9-piece act that just finished their debut CD with us. 
“It was so much fun” Jim Says, “because they played all my favorites so well!”
Pictured below (from left to right) Will Robinson, Mike Pilkington and ET Fernandez
Will “Pops” Hurley
Phillip Milano and Ian Anderson with Michael
Ian and John Campbell
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Dan Griffin and Steve Chapman
Megan McCloud, soon to be a movie star, recorded some original music for the film,
with the able assistance of master guitarist, Walt Kulwicki.
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Jim Lamb’s record is nearing completion.  He has enlisted some exceptional talents
including Elizabeth Roth pictured with him below.
“Fudge Buckets” is a great new fun emporium in St. Augustine. 
They specialize in a unique variety of fudge and ice cream and are located at 40 Charlotte St. Just South of Stogies. 
This picture was taken at the completion of recording their jingle. 
Pictured are Michelle and Gary Easton along with Kurt Johnston.
Splurgal Appz will soon be releasing our first game for I-Pads and I-Phones called “Dognacity”. 
Pictured here is Mike Levy and Gregg Chirico.  Gregg was recording voices and dog sounds. 
Stay tuned and we’ll let you know when the game will be available in the Apple store.
August ended with a beautiful night in the Plaza and a great show by “Lonesome Bert and the Skinny Lizards.”
Eclipse was on hand to provide sound and record the show for a live album.
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