Jamie Kent "Navigation"
Wes produced the latest studio recording from Jamie Kent in the winter of 2012. Recorded at Spirithouse Studios with his long-time friend Danny Bernini at the board, the result is a vibrant blend of jazzy folk pop. Danny, Jamie, and Spirithouse co-owner Pal McNamara co-produced.
Jamie's previous CD "Neotony", released in the Spring of 2010 to enthusiastic reviews, and his acoustic CD-EP "Basically Unplugged" from the Winter of 2011 were both produced by Wes and recorded, mixed and mastered at Music/Media in Northampton.
Tom Savoy "Publishing Catalogue"
Tom Savoy is a long-time performer with a vast repertoire and a rabid following. Wes is producing, collaborating and assembling a varied and commercial catalogue of Tom's prodigious writing talents. Recording both at Music/Media and Tom's home dark room, they sifted through about 100 of Tom's tunes and sketches before deciding on which tracks to "flesh out". With the aid of crack drummer, Rich Adelson,they are constantly adding to the catalogue. You can hear the results of their labor NOW at Tom's website.
The Primate Fiasco "Wheels on the Bus"
In late spring of 2010, Wes again returned to the studio with the highly-acclaimed pyschedelic dixieland band, The Primate Fiasco, this time to record a children's album. But because it was the Primate, this is no ordinary children's record. Released in June 2010, it feature's amazing arrangements of traditional and not so traditional children's music. Always fun, always creative, always just a little bit skewed...but never boring. "WOTB" was recently picked by Parent Magazine as the best childrens record of the year and was on the 2010 Grammy Ballot for "Best Musical Album for Children"
Eli Catlin "Northampton Bound"
In December of 2010, Wes was introduced to Eli Catlin, a wonderful and gifted young musician who plays the blues way beyond his years. Singing and playing guitar, hamonica, bass and blues mandolin (!), Eli recorded this stripped down acoustic EP, which Wes engineered, mixed and mastered. Doing both traditional blues covers as well as 3 originals, Eli's strong performances remain faithful to the blues masters.