In this round in the studio, we've taken a little bit of a different tack. I write the material and normally sing it, but my drummer is in several bands, and he plays in one w/ his brother in law. His brother in law has a distinctive tone to his voice that I like, so I had him come in and demo on of our rock oriented pieces. He's done two so far, and I've got him tracking a couple more to see if his voice simply trumps mine in better deliverance of the material. I can honestly say, on the two he's done so far, I prefer his vocal - and I'm a pretty tough customer to please that way. We wrapped up the vocals on this last night in a vocal session (same one that completed Brown Haired Girl), and I mixed the rough tracks this morning. As per usual - any/all comments are wholly appreciated. I know I don't do a quid pro quo much here anymore - as I used to so many years ago - but I do like to share and gather thoughts from additional knowledgeable folks who have critical ears, and whose contributions I do appreciate, weighed with knowing they know, and act upon accordingly. One of the things I learned here ... as I was learning, is Recording.Org folks have the expertise that can (and often does) help put me on the right path ... so all input is valued.