Recorded by Will Loftin at Shangri-La Studios in Atlanta and mastered at Sterling Sound in New York City. CD package designed by the Grammy-winning Susan Archie of World of anArchie.
"hip, intelligent, sometimes provocative, and often simply beautiful songwriting...Ditzler shows enormous promise on this album, and will bear watching in the future."
-The All Music Guide
"Andy Ditzler has created something extraordinary...you'll not hear another album as clever, funny and downright bonkers as this all year" - Incendiary Magazine
"A masterwork of classic pop music...full of discovery with each active listen" - Southeast Performer
"Intelligent, thought provoking and a good listen" - Americana UK
FOUR STARS - Tastes Like Chicken
"Andy Ditzler might be the most interesting and unique new artist that I've heard about in a long, long time." - Scenestars
"The songs are smart and funny"
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Ditzler has a nearly operatic grasp of storytelling through song"
- Southeast Performer
Andy Ditzler is a composer, performer, and curator working in Atlanta. He studied percussion in the School of Music at Indiana University, and has performed in musical contexts ranging from classical and jazz to free improvisation and rock. As composer and performer, Ditzler has explored video, audio phonography, and other multimedia forms. His one-man theater show Yes and No was commissioned by Clayton State Theater and premiered there in 2002, later running in Atlanta. In 2003 he received a grant from the King Baudouin Foundation to travel, perform and research in Belgium. In 2006 he released his first music CD, Songs From Yes and No, which he produced, arranged, and recorded over two years. Ditzler’s music can be heard online at www.myspace.com/andyditzler.
Ditzler is the founder of Frequent Small Meals, a record label and production company. He has enjoyed a long association – as performer, board member, and programmer – with the legendary Atlanta art space Eyedrum. Ditzler also curates and hosts Film Love, which in 2006 was named Best Film Series in Atlanta by the critics of Creative Loafing. His numerous writings on film may be found in the Film Love online archive at www.frequentsmallmeals.com.