Dogs Don't Care About Magnets
Dogs Don't Care About Magnets is a collection of quirky rock/pop songs about the things that matter like love, sex, disillusionment, youth, old age, and the feeling that if you don't do something to cut loose, YOUR HEAD IS GOING TO EXPLODE! Written and recorded in an actual garage, they are each one a labor of love and obsession - which is not to say that they are not presented with all the bumps and bruises a classic rock'n'roll record should have. Probably the word 'balls' should be inserted here just to keep us honest. A record without balls is a very sad thing indeed. And while it is your job (most valued listener) to evaluate their size, the management assures you that they are present..and hairy. There are a lot of people and things to thank for the production of this album. First of all the guitars: Fender, Gibson, Alvarez, and Takamine to name a few. Then Line 6 for the one and only amp (okay, the Peavey classic tube amp makes an appearance on 'Runaway'). Cakewalk for the software. Neumann and Shure for the mics. Windows XP for being so wonderfully stable (NOT!!!). The whole region of Scotland (Highlands and Islay) for the whiskey that makes this life bearable. The Anderson Valley Brewing Company. And let's be honest and say that Mary Jane is often the musician's muse and reliable comforter. Matt for the jams, Berklee for the hard core of training, Motts for being Motts, Derek for CD Baby and the inspiration to get this shit done, all the writers and musicians that come before, parents who encourage their kids or at least don't stand in the way of their obviously errant madness, and lastly, Angela for riding shotgun and/or driving as the case may be. Enjoy!