Summer 2004

Where The Wind Blows

Stephanie Musser – Where The Wind Blows

Stephanie Musser’s Where the Wind Blows is now available.  The CD features Stephanie on piano, keyboards, and vocals on 10 tracks.  Also featured prominently are Earl Hefley, woodwinds, Dustin Pittsley, guitar, Steve Short, drums, Dave Copenhaver, Bass, Willie Koenig, percussion and Lauren Owsley, guest vocals.

Stephanie’s music has an extremely visual quality allowing the listener to draw upon their own experiences and to arrive at their own destination.

Also of late in Studio Seven/Lunacy Records, Dustin Pittsley has been tracking his new release that will be available soon.  A bit of a departure from his last effort, Dustin has chosen to play most of the instruments himself.

Mark Of The Sage

Mark Of The Sage

If you are looking for huge guitars packing the “big crunch”, check out Mark of the Sage.  These guys deliver the deal!!!  Eleven songs featuring Alan Little’s expressive vocals, and the guitar assault of Gary Bergeron and Jeff Cali.  Radio ready with an edge…

Traceee Davidson

Traceee Davidson

Singer/songwriter Tracee Davidson visited Studio Seven/Lunacy Records recently along with Terry Scarberry on guitars and Steve Short on drums, Tracee has crafted songs that rival any of the current Nashville divas.  Her driving piano and passionate vocals are the centerpiece.  Big ballads and rockin country/pop.

It Was A Very Good Year

Amos Cunningham & The Jack Robbins Trio – It Was A Very Good Year

Lunacy Records has two new jazz releases out:  Amos Cunningham and the Jack Robbins Trio, Roland Allen & Futur originals, standards and swinging stuff.

Futur

Roland Allen – Futur

The Oklahoma Blues Society visited Lunacy recently for help mastering their new compilation CD, Got Blues If You Want It.  19 of Oklahoma’s finest blues and R&B artists represented – Scott Keeton, Harold Jones, The Healers, Jesse Cahn and many others.  Great stuff – check it out!!!

KRXO’s David Kelso brought his Sunday Night Blues Cruz in for a couple of live on air broadcasts lately.  The show featuring, Joe Bonamasso was unbelievable.  Also featured on air recently was Shane Henry and Shawn Pittman.  Special thanks to Jim Moody and Route 66 Blues Society.

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