John Howay and Jennifer Lewin started a song-writing project based on a small body of work John had compiled over the previous months. The music was very dark and moody, but so were the musicians, so everything was fine,then cellist Amy Cavanaugh joined the fray in 1997. Also a classical musician, Amy contributed much technical talent but, like John, she had been exposed to the improprieties of rock music performance. The shift in the balance of hormones combined with a skew toward rock had a fabulous result: lush string arrangements joined quirky, non-traditional accoustic guitar and aggressive vocals. The band was renamed 24fps and in the late 90's, released a six-song, eponymous CD which was recorded and produced by Heidi Gerber at Bias Recording in Springfield, VA. One of the six songs was arranged for a drum part and at the recommendation of Heidi, the band hired session players, Evan Pollack and Marvin Bryson.
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