Back in the studio! Don’t mind my high pitched screaming @DavidArchie pic.twitter.com/dhAlCCXFnl
— rhiminee (@rhiminee) January 10, 2018
Reminder (thanks, Tina!) of the amazingness of Jeremy Bose:
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This is writer/producer Jeremy Bose! Jeremy took part in writing 3 songs on the Postcards album. I gave background on "Say Me" on the Trent Dabbs post and how "Other Things in Sight" was a collab the 3 of us did. Jeremy and I worked with @cindymorganmusic to write "Someone To Love." (Which you'll see how the time flew in the picture since the day we wrote it. 😂) Jeremy also did additional production on the title track "Postcards in the Sky," (produced by Jeff Trott) and then I chose Jeremy to produce "Upset With Me," the only song on the album I wrote by myself. I knew Jeremy would get the emotional journey I needed to take it on, and wanted the song to feel like I was in the room alone like when I had written it. Many of you have asked about details on this song by the way. It was a feeling of being alone, nearly defeated, and surrounded by darkness, but also a sense of hope and movement forward. Although it was from a dark place there was a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. It was finding strength to move toward that light. Writing about it helped me know where I really stand. It brought healing and closure. For a while it wasn't on the album as I've since moved out of that place, but I knew there are people in that same place now, and they may need to hear they're not alone and can have hope and get help needed just like I needed help. The rest of the story for now is still personal and I need my space and time with it. I didn't know how else to express the emotions of loss, darkness combined with hope and moving forward aside from chords, and melodies. Thus the section without words and just chords, vocal expressions, etc. I knew Jeremy would get this too. Jeremy and I have known each other for 7 years now after being introduced to each other through @sensibilitymusic and @joy__williams. We wrote 2 songs with Joy and producer Robert Marvin (though these songs were never released) and bonded after that. This lead to the sessions where we wrote "The Other Side of Down" (along with Joy and Blair Daly) and "My Kind of Perfect" (also with Joy, and Cindy Morgan). Thanks for all the wonderful collabs Jeremy on this album, and also Cindy!
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WHAT IS DAVID TRYING TO DO TO US??? I CANNOT DEAL RN!!!!!
here’s a seldom used word…spazzzzzzz :)!
I wish to erect a statue to Jeremy Bose. A hero. A friend.
I love David , the independent artist. He doesn’t have to ask any suit if can do something. He is the master of his own ship. We are seeing the benefits of David being his own man. Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a thrilling ride.
❤️ That’s for David and Jeremy collabs…which have all been wonderful. (And, while I’m at it, to any of the other producers & collaborators I haven’t yet acknowledged somewhere out there in all my random squeeing…because it ALL produced such beautifully crafted music on Postcards!! In this day of mass-produced, auto-tracks…let’s hear it for real music.)
Anyway, about above Insta-story…the boy is sticking to his New Year’s goals, apparently! 🎶🙃🎶
I know he said he’d be bringing out new stuff this year but to see him smiling in the studio is JUST TOO MUCH!
Do you think we may even hear new music at his upcoming shows!???????
Don’t know if I can handle so much David goodness!!!
In the studio again is always great news, yes, wonder what he is working on with the great Mr. Bose. New music is always exciting and something to look forward to! Love this independent David too, he’s his own person, a real artist producing real music. Couldn’t get much better! :Maybe he will be introducing something new at his upcoming shows, who knows. All good! 🙂
David remains simply amazing. Vulnerability pleated with strength. Just too much!
He KEEEELS me 😂🤣😂🤣