Album Notes by Neil Citron:
Gregg and Matt and I sat in a room together and jammed for 6 hours. The result is this CD. Each song was played once and then cut down in length. Gregg and Matt played what came to them and no direction was given. This is like the old days when musicians actually got together and. just played off of each other and let the notes fall where they may. It was one of the greatest experiences of my music career. The only other person who helped was my assistant engineer Joan Fraley who started ProTools and stopped it when we stopped.
My thanks go out to all the companies that have supported my efforts always. Red Plate Amps, DiMarzio, lbanez Guitars, Tom Anderson Guitars, Fender Guitars, Dean Marley Strings, Morley Pedals, Aphex, Audix Mics, Rode Mics, Royer Mics, Digitech Effects, Roland Effects, Keeley Electronics, ProTools, Waves plug-ins, Wave Distribution, TC Electronics and Mesa Boogie amps.
Extra thanks to Kitty and Lou, Coral, the Vai's, Pam Dancy, Joan Fraley, The Bissonette Family, Monica and Danny, Serena, Liddy Kitty, Hat-Gloves-Scarf and Socks (the Chins) and Bob Carpenter.
This CD was recorded with a Fender B-Bender Telecaster that Bill Cummiskey helped me get and it rocks.
Photography by Brooke Linton Artwork by Sarah Koch
Copyright/Publishing 2006 Neil Citron - S.B.I. Music BMI
Originally recorded and manufactured in 2006. Released by Declassified Records in partnership with Neil Citron/Harmony Music Records - September 1, 2015
released January 28, 2017
Neil Citron - Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Gregg Bissonette - Drums
Matt Bissonette - Bass
Produced, Written, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Neil Citron
Recorded at the Mothership Studio in Hollywood, CA
Manufactured 2006 - Neil Citron/Harmony Music Records.
Released by Declassified Records.
As a guitar player, Citron has worked on many recordings of artists from all over the world including BangTower, Quite Riot,
Lana Lane and others, Neil has also engineered and produced records for some of the greatest musicians such as John 5, Slash, Joe Satriani, and John Waite. His work with Larry Carlton & Steve Lukather earned him his first Grammy in 2002 for the record "Live in Osaka”....more