Note: All credit to James Padfoot. This is just a backup in case his blog becomes inaccessible.
[Scribed by James_Padfoot.]
Note: This was taken from his myspace account that has since been deleted.
Monday, March 14, 2005
…to my solo project myspace page. Drop a line, say hello, and tell your friends. Hope you enjoy the music as much as I enjoy your beautiful faces. Peace out, you punk b****es, ’cause it’s on like that.
Friday, March 18, 2005
EVERYBODY READ THIS!!!!
Current mood: anxious
Since Myspace’s server’s are all muddled up (trust me, muddled is a word…) I have decided to post the songs up on purevolume.com
I made my website link the link for it, so check it out. Like most things, however, you may have to wait a few days for it to go through, but I’m hoping it will be up quickly.
On another note, Thanks to everyone who’s been on here already. Your comments as well as your general support are awesome. This is definately a step out of my particular comfort zone, and every one of you is making it that much easier. Please continue to tell all of your friends to come check it out. If they’re myspace-aholics, have them request me as a friend, send me an e-mail, comment…anything. As long as they’re hearing the music and enjoy it, I’m happy.
Peace out, you punk b****es, ‘Cause it’s on like that.
Monday, March 21, 2005
Ian Drazsick, rythym guitar player for my brother’s band, CRIMSON, passed away Friday at the age of 19. He’d been diagnosed with cancer during the summer. My condolences go out to his family and friends. He will be missed.[/quote]
Tuesday, March 22, 2005
MUSIC IS UP!!!
let me know what you think….
Sunday, June 12, 2005
your friendly neighborhood update
For the next couple of months, I’m playing rythym guitar with my friends, Tulsa-based band MWK. Check them out at www.midwestkings.com, and look for a show near you, so you can come and say hello.
Also, www.axiumrock.com is a good place to go, and there’s always www.purevolume.com/davidcookmo
Lastly, I just starting tracking on a new solo song, called “Searchlights”. I’m hoping to get everything else done here in a week or two, so I’ll try to get something tangible up for you to listen to ASAP.
Monday, July 11, 2005
Mr. Josh Center came in today and did that last of the drum tracking…Go check out his websitewww.joshcenter.com
I’m going to work on trying to get some of the next batch of songs up for you to listen to shortly, and for those of you wanting me to make these downloadable…If I sell 2000 copies of this album, then I’ll MAYBE put them up for download for a day or so, just as a reward…time will tell.
Thursday, July 14, 2005
…like to hear a new song? I’ll give you three options and one week to decide…cheers.
a) Straight Ahead
B) Fall Back Into Me
c) neither… patience is a virtue that I posess.
Thursday, July 21, 2005
Fall Back Into Me…
hope you guys enjoy the new song. Ben Hosterman engineered it, and I think he did an amazing job.
Let me know what you think of it.
Thursday, November 17, 2005
photo shoot and more….
OK, so here’s the skinny….
I posed in my sexiest pair of lace undergarments for some promotional photography earlier this week, under the watchful “eye” of Ms. Randi Kampeter. It was entirely too much fun and I can’t wait to show you the results. We just have to find a way to wash seminal fluid out of an aperture lens (that was a joke.)
Also, I know I’ve been teasing you constantly with this whole “solo album” business. I mean not to string you along. I’m currently looking for a “financial friend” who wants to invest in me and my music, so until then, or until the Missouri Lottery stops being a huge douche nozzle, this will be the only place to hear my stuff. I AM DETERMINED to get this album out for all of you, as well as myself. I’m extremely proud of this and I want to share it with you all. So, as a result, I promise, that SOMEHOW, SOMEWAY, this album will see the light of day….
Lastly, make sure you check out this page for upcoming show dates, etc. And also, for those of you who are not yet aware, I also play in two other bands…axium (www.axiumrock.com OR www.myspace.com/axium) and MWK (www.midwestkings.com OR www.myspace.com/mwkmusic) So, check those pages out for show dates as well, and for Christ’s sake, come see me. Grandma would’ve wanted it that way.
Love you all and thank you for the continued support
Monday, February 27, 2006
The Official Generic “BIG NEWS” Post
Today is February 27th, 2006, and here’s what’s going on in my world…
I found a financial backer. I am not at liberty to discuss him/her just yet…in due time. However, I am at liberty to say THANK YOU SO MUCH to him/her in hopes that he/she reads this and/or looks at this page.
I did some scratch track recording for the last two songs on the album, and I will be, barring any scheduling conflicts, recording these last two songs at the beginning of March in Tulsa, OK.
Lastly, I’ve been thinking of changing the name of the album from “A Second Chance At A First Impression” to “My Analog Heart”. The former title is pretty obvious to those who know the story of David Cook, but for those who don’t, it basically implies that this album is a new start for me.
A chance, if you will, to branch out from the whole Axium thing and try something else.
“My Analog Heart”, to me, symbolizes the whole “I wear my heart on my sleeve” mentality. Some view that as an old school, chivalrous thing to do, hence the “Analog” aspect. So “My Analog heart’ suggests a few things about me.
Anyhoo, I need your input. Which title appeals to you more?
Remember, P Diddy said it best… Vote Or Die!
I thought I told you that we won’t stop, I thought I told you that we won’t stop….
Tuesday, April 04, 2006
DAVID NEWS : April 4, 2006
So, I finished the album artwork for my debut album, “Analog Heart”. I’m putting it in the mail tomorrow afternoon, and so I should have them in hand, ready to roll by next month.
I can say with certainty that the album will be on sale through CDBaby.com, as well as on iTunes beginning next month, so for those of you who won’t be seeing me in person, but want your fix o’ the Dave, Be on the look out for that. Also, I am trying to get a website up, so that this myspace page will merely be a supplementary site. Anyone want to do that for me?
Hope everything is great we’re you’re at. I am extremely proud of this album. I’ve never worked so hard on anything before in my life, and hopefully it shows. I look forward to getting out and playing some shows for all of you, in hopes that you’ll love it, run and tell your friends, and bring them the next time.
Thank you all for your support over the last 10 years, whether it was just on here, or through Axium or MWK. Let’s keep this thing moving forward, shall we?
Sunday, April 23, 2006
Alright kiddos…CD RELEASE INFO!!!
First off, for the sake of saying so, the OFFICIAL RELEASE DATE will be May 2nd. With that said, I will be selling the CD, by hand, starting on Thursday night, April 27th, @ the Hurricane, which is also AXIUM’s last show. So everyone come out, and check it out. Also, if you want to buy one off of me, in person, during the day on the 28th-1st, e-mail me in here and let me know.
Secondly, I will be revamping the Myspace page throughout the week, and hope to have some links to where you can by the album online through CDBaby.com and iTunes by May 2nd.
Lastly, I will be on Homegrown Buzz in Kansas City, MO, tonight from 7-9 PM, playing some songs from the album, as well as a sneak peek at a new MWK song that will be on the new album. So, if you’re in the KC area, listen in. 96.5 FM is the place to be.
See you guys soon. Thank you all for your support.
Saturday, May 27, 2006
SHOW CANCELLATION! The Art Bar in Dallas, TX
Sorry guys. A few things fell out of place, so I had to bow out of the Dallas show. However, it will be rescheduled, so if you were planning on coming out, keep an eye out for the rescheduled date soon.
Monday, June 05, 2006
DAVIDCOOKMUSIC.NET is up and running!
Go Check It Out….
Seriously, why are you still here, reading this? GO!!!!
Friday, July 07, 2006
iTunes and their recent addition of the Dave…
You can now buy “Analog Heart” on iTunes! Go there as soon as humanly possible and snag it before they (never) run out!
Also, wanting to procure a head count for the July 19th show at The Hive? Who’s comin’ with me, man?
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Just your garden-variety, everyday update…
So…I started doing some pre-production on some new songs tonight. Got one completely mapped out. The working title is “A Daily AntheM” (yes, the letter capitalization has some importance. ) Lots o’ work to be done, but given that a new song from the David Cook camp hasn’t been unveiled since the album release, I figured it to be relatively important. Important enough to let you in on, anyway….
hope all is well with you and yours.
Friday, September 22, 2006
A little new merch for ya’s…
Just got the T-shirts in. I’ll post a mock up picture of them here in a few, but know that they’re in, and according to Cosmopolitan Magazine, “these shirts are the newest fad sweeping the nation.” I swear…
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Market Pub Thursday nights…
For those who didn’t know, I am now playing acoustically at Market Pub EVERY Thursday from 9:30pm to 12:30pm, in the shopping plaza on the northeast corner of 51st and Memorial in Tulsa, OK. My buddy, Andy Skib, is with me. Everyone should come out. Great drink specials…
oh, yeah, which remind me, it is 21 and up.
Monday, December 11, 2006
New Material… just for you…
I’m in the studio right now beginning production on a new David Cook album. I know, I know…I’ve barely given “Analog Heart” time to breathe… This new album will take a while. The first three songs I’m tracking are called “A Daily AntheM”, “Chandelier”, and “The Downfall”. I’m very excited about the new stuff, so you may be able to hear one or two of these new songs at a live show…hint, hint.
Take care, monkeys.
Saturday, January 06, 2007
“Analog Heart” Number 4 on the Top 7 Of ’06!
Head on over to [url=”http://www.myspace.com/musicequalslifesite”%5Dhttp://www.myspace.com/musicequalslifesite%5B/url%5D and check the sweet review that Eric Nagle and musiceaulslife.com gave the album. It’s a huge honor and I can’t wait to get the next album out so I can top this one.
As always, you can pick up the album by going to CDBaby.com or by purchasing it on iTunes.
Thanks for all the support and Take Care
Thursday, May 10, 2007
Nominations for the Tulsa URBY’s!!!
Head on over to www.urbantulsa.com and nominate for the Urby’s. And while you’re at it, you can nominate David Cook (that’s me, by the way…) for whatever awards you see fit.
Thanks ahead of time for everyone who votes… Love you monkeys.
Monday, May 14, 2007
PRE-PRODUCTION BEGINS AGAIN…
… for the next David Cook album. Be prepared for a proverial aural onslaught.
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
URBAN TULSA run off ballots: Indie Album of the Year
Help if you want to:
Head on over to this URL:
OR go to www.urbantulsa.com, and click on the ABOT awards web banner.
“Analog Heart” is up for album of the year, and your vote could help it win.
Thanks for all the support. I’ll let everyone know the result.
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
And The URBY’s go to…
Well, a lot of people, actually…
But, “Analog Heart” did take home Indie Album of The Year!
Thanks to everyone who voted. I really appreciate it. You guys are awesome.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
New Album Updates
So we’re all but done with pre-production. New songs are coming together sexy-like. We’re going in to do drums on September 8th and 9th on ten songs. They are as follows:
DISCLAIMER: These are all working titles and they are in no particular order. Also, any one of these songs may not make the album
A Daily AntheM
Better Late Than Never
We’re Only Honest When We’re Sleeping
Never To Return
By The Fire, Gently Burning
I’m also toying with the idea of a live track version of one of the songs from “Analog Heart”. We’ll see how functional that idea is.
Lastly, I’m contemplating naming the album ‘Optimistic To A Fault”. Good idea? Bad idea? I want your input.
Monday, November 19, 2007
Album update… november 07
Current mood: creative
Here’s the skinny…
the drum tracking is done. Aaron Baker has done a masterful job. This album is going to have a different vibe than the last, and a lot of that is due, in part, to Aaron.
Right now, there are ten songs. I’m crossing my fingers for an eleventh, but time will tell.
the tracks, right now, in now particular order, are:
A Daily AntheM
Chandeliers (Monty’s pining for ‘Scandeliers’)
Better Never Than Late
We’re Only Honest When We’re Sleeping
A Dirty Shame
The album title is still up in the air. “Optimistic To A Fault” has been joined by “Remember This”. thoughts, questions, concerns?
Right now, we’re looking at a March release, but nothing’s set in stone. could be earlier or later.
other than that, I hope everyone enjoys their holidays. take care and see you soon.
Currently reading :
This Book Will Save Your Life
By A. M. Homes
Release date: By 20 April, 2006
– No text has been altered from the original posts
– Dates have been bolded and each individual entry quote wrapped. Scratch that, due to formatting issues, they had to be individually removed. Enjoy anyway!
– Most of the links David posted no longer work.
– This is not a fake post. These entries were made by one David Roland Cook.
[Scribed by James_Padfoot.]