Space Woman is the first CD I made.
After compiling songs (some very old, some new) for quite a long while I finally sat myself down and did the thing. I was working in Bob Wiseman's studio ('cause I was going out with him at the time, and living there) which was out in the country in southern Ontario and all freakily painted. Teaching myself how to spool 1/2 inch tape through the machine and work the knobs and faders. Good fun. I love old-timey recording.
Bob helped out a lot when I was stuck.
I remember singing "See Through Me" (I think that's the one) through a long cardboard poster tube with a mic at the end. This, in case you want to try it, is a good way to make yourself pass out.
The band was Rob Carson on guitar, Scott Maynard on bass (they're both playing with Rock Plaza Central now), and Joey Bechta on drums.
ACTUALLY, I also remember Joey, during the bridge of "See Through Me" playing like such a madman he fell off his stool. We kept that take.
In any case, I'm proud of this recording. It got great reviews. It's rambunctious and melodic and energetic and slightly mental.