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what about making records?

so a few people have responded to my post by asking why i didn’t mention
making our records as being artistic challenges.
(or was that artistically challenged?)
anyway, i guess i didn’t include making records because that’s just simple fun.
like playing touch football
or sitting around talking shit with yer friends.
i mean when do you ever get to just sit around and see what
it sounds like to send a broken drum machine through a vintage phase shifter?…
all in the name of
(insert spinal tap accent)
and it’s usually air conditioned.
always dark…
and you get to order lotsa tasty but bad for you but tasty food.
its amazing how many times within a two week period
you can eat “in & out burger” and still love it.
i can’t wait to get into a studio again.
i’ve met so many cool musicians in the last three years
the next TNP record will be a circus of joy.


  1. David Gans wrote:

    The studio where I made my about-to-be-released CD is in the beautiful wilds of northwest New Jersey. The only delivery/takeout food available was a not-bad pizza/pasta joint. Who knew you could get tired of starch and fat?

    Saturday, July 12, 2008 at 6:00 pm | Permalink
  2. Hey Stew,

    Love what you do.I’m making a new record now too.Hope to groove with you one day soon Also, check my site at

    Sunday, September 7, 2008 at 4:29 pm | Permalink
  3. kevinpalooza wrote:

    I’m so proud of both you and Heidi, Stew.

    Seeing you both reaching a truly national platform was like seeing your best friend winning the national spelling bee or something. But then all the while you sort of hope, in the back of your mind, that in the end they’ll come back home so you can fart around in the parking lot of the local Ralphs again. That’s why I’m relieved to read that there WILL be a new TNP album.

    I hope this all made sense. I love you guys and didn’t want to lose you to ‘them’. I don’t know why I thought that way. Just insecure, I guess.


    Kevinpalooza from myspace

    Monday, September 8, 2008 at 12:21 am | Permalink

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