Load Shed is ALIVE and WELL, The music is still flowing but there will be some big changes. Lee is still working the left over stuff and working new tunes with Barry via internet, (I told you we don't have to all be in the same room to record, or the same state for that matter). "Let It Go" was the last new tune finished for Load Shed 3, it features Spencer on vocals and he nailed it! This CD is going to be different, The first tracks on #3 have been laid down and lyrics are being written for them. If you like "Let it Go" then you're gonna Love this one, it's a much more guitar oriented rock album. There is one song left over from the How Long CD with Barry and Lee doing the singing, it's a pretty good rocker to. As the recording goes along and new tracks are finished, I will upload them on Broadjam the Myspace player for a free preview. I hope you enjoy them...
Lee is hard at work on Load Shed 3, its taking some time because of the new house
I currently have about 14 tracks written and am now working on the lyrics & Solo's How ever?
I need a new full time singer, anyone interested please contact me on MSN messenger at Loadshed@live.com and we'll talk ! send an email first don't just ask to be added till I know who I'm talking to
About the Band
Load Shed is comprised of a small group of US Navy Engineers. While stationed in Yokosuka, Japan on board the USS Blue Ridge Mark and Lee started messing around with his new Fostex 16 track recorder, the song 'Freedom Or Home' was the result of our first attempt. After a few more weekends of working on songs we brought in another friend, Barry. He had a bunch of new ideas and we went back to work on more new songs, after a few months we out grew the Fostex and shifted over to computer based recording using Cakewalks Sonar 7 at the time and it made a big difference in sound quality and capability. Lee's recording suite has grown massively over the last two years and now we're pretty much limited only by our imaginations.