As Will Lee (Late Show with David Letterman bassist) writes...
" Hey Danny! I really enjoyed hearing your incredible body of work "Ride That Riff". The great thing about it, besides consistency of style, is that great bass sound you get. I wish I had that sound!!
You've been working your ass off to create this much music (when do you sleep?) and congratulations for coming up with such a wealth of great music."
Keep up the great stuff,
Danny Ladd's "Ride That Riff"
It's all about the Process...
Most people would say "It doesn't matter how you get there, as long as you get there". I take issue with this and brazenly tend to differ. A completed CD is in fact that, "completed." with me it has always been about the working process.
During these project sessions, I've had the pleasure to meet and work with some of the most dedicated musicians with professional attitudes and studio etiquette. The hard work, memories, and pain-soaked hours lie in the "process". The finished product is for others to critique, analyze for approval or berate. I'm not at all concerned with this portion. Again for me, "It's all about the process". As always a tremendous recognition to Jerry Manno for steering this vessel through these "uncharted" areas and to all the brave souls who dared to sail with us.
Danny Ladd's "Ride That Riff" was recorded in glorious 16 and 24 track analog at JMM Studios in the territory formerly known as Menlo Park Terrace, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Engineered and produced by: Jerry M. Manno
Mixed by: Jerry M. Manno and Danny Ladd
Project Manager: Danny Ladd
All tunes composed and arranged by: Danny Ladd
Shallow End Music, LLC (BMI)