Saturday, April 30, 2011

Soul Aslyum and Sausage

I'm feeling fairly rock and roll today. 

I think it's the Soul Asylum connection I have going on right now. 

While I was doing my laundry today, The Chef made me this T-shirt:

When The Chef lived in Minneapolis in the 80's, he made the same T-shirt for the drummer of Soul Asylum.  The drummer wore the shirt on the cover of this album:

The logo is larger but it's still the same design made by the same person.  I can't help but feel cool.

As a side note, Soul Asylum's "Misery" was my favorite song when I was seven years old.  I feel like that probably says something about me but I'm not sure what. 

In other news, I was downstairs working with The Studio Musician until a little bit ago.  I can't wait to show you guys what we've been cooking up.  Right now, it's just at the tedious phase of him mixing it and me telling him to tweak different instruments.

Me:  "Can you put a little more guitar on the chorus?"
The Studio Musician:  "Yeah...I have nine guitar tracks layered there...which one do you like best?"
Me:  "Oh wow, that's intense.  Uh..."
The Studio Musician:  "Yeah, don't even look at the computer one likes to see how the sausage gets made."

It's going to be some great sausage when it's all done. 

Anyway, that's all for now.  Another lame post.  I'll be back on my blogging game soon.


  1. Great post to read after a night of being Drunk Allison.

  2. Haha. I <3 Drunk Allison.
    Hopefully you are not Hung Over Allison today!

  3. OMG, this is so weird... Some of my friends have a band here in Minneapolis, and they are opening for Soul Asylum at some outdoor festival thing in July!! Coincidence? I think not. You should probably just hop on a plane and fly over here to see them. ;)

  4. Whoa that is weird. Is it just me, or is there a cosmic Soul Asylum connection going around?

    I've got a new goal: Hop on a Minneapolis-bound plane in July.

  5. That is amazing. I wish I knew someone who made an epic band member's t-shirt that could make me one.

    I can't wait to hear the 'sausage'. :)


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