More About Eliza Neals Blues-Rock Music
“Trained in opera, but with the grit of Koko Taylor, Neals’ voice is like sand in a velvet bag, fired from a shotgun” American Blues Scene 2019
Excerpt from “Breaking and Entering” Press Release… On Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 and grand piano, Eliza Neals laid down the grooves in the famous SST-iiWii in Weehawken, New Jersey with engineer Billy Perez. Working on one of the only fully operating vintage analog Robert Neve Focusrite boards in the world, named “number 11” was a thrill. Creating at Tempermill Studios in Ferndale, Michigan on vintage microphones plus board, was a match. This true pursuit paid off with minimal recording and mixing, capturing the music and vocals just as they are, raw.
The accomplice in engineering, producing and mixing was Billboard charting producer Mike Puwal at his Univox 1 studio in Nashville, TN. Hit guitarist Kenny Olson dialed right into the plan beautifully. Mastered by Dave Feeny (White Stripes) owner/engineer of the Tempermill.
Rounding out the team of musicians includes Detroit’s funky bassist Paul Randolph (Mudpuppy) and engineer Eric Maluchnik(Tempermill)