I was introduced to Lee late 2013. I'm sure he won't mind me saying this but, as he had only played his songs to very close friends and family, he was very nervous - to say the least. We had a cuppa and a chat and after a short while I got him to play a few of his songs. That in itself was interesting as he literally had a couple notebooks full of lyrics and chords and choosing the first one to have a go at recording took a little time.
Lee had never been into a studio before so many things like playing to a metronome were a totally new experience for him. But here we are years later and still going strong.
Lee allows me a very free hand on the musical arrangements . He comes along with a new song, we do a rough take, sometimes adding a new middle eight or trying a new melody or arrangement and then he leaves it with me. We are just completing the mastering of his third CD and I look forward to starting work on his fourth.
He's now gigging so try to track him down.