Culture Swing (1992)
Culture Swing, the project canned by A&M, emerged on Rounder Records, thanks to some creative stalking by the irrepressible Ken Irwin. This time recorded on a significantly smaller budget, a different mix of songs, was also made closer to home at the same studio where we made Homeland. Although, we were soon reminded of some quirks and phantoms in the wiring that had haunted us at the old Fire Station in San Marcos during Homeland's recording, we felt comfortable and familial there. Even both kids acquiring chicken pox during the sessions didn't affect the work. It was great to be able to turn the break room into a recovery room.