Fresh from finishing the vocals on The Way I Do, the band jumped onto a new song like we were the Pony Express and it was a fresh horse. (the imagery here, is really quite stunning.) But, as everyone now knows, if we’re recording a song, we’re also letting our “Inquiring Minds” fans in on every facet of the grizzly process. So, here it is, in all its unvarnished and brutal verisimilitude.
This is Big D., our new bass player. His head is so large, it was once occupied by protesting Berkley students during the Summer of Love.
Besides playing incendiary guitar, Kevin also does one hell of a “ I’m a little teapot, short and stout.”
Ellis suddenly regrets all the corn he ate as a youth.
“Craig’s List – Singer Available. Prospective band members must never have drawn a crayon bridge on their television set to rescue Winky Dink.”
When Ellis is not wearing his glasses, any of us can be the victim of his “Come Hither” looks.
Carissa worries that Darrell’s double chin might be contagious.
After two Zowie Brownies, Ellis decides to let the mermaids living in his cheeks hear our new song.
Oh God. They can’t remember which instruments they play, again!
“If that’s what I think it is, we’re going to need way, way more rubber gloves.”
Big D. tells Ellis a story about a land where every chair comes equipped with a donut pillow.
“If I don’t do this every five or ten minutes, I can’t find it when I have to go to the bathroom.”
Upon arriving, Big D. says hello to the rest of the band.
Ellis relives a hot date he once had with Senor Wences.
Kevin is often startled by sudden movements. Especially sudden bowel movements.
“Darrell’s guitar has a hole in it. Maybe I can throw up in there.”
Ellis knows one sure fire way to prevent anyone in the band from stealing his drum sticks.