The 12 Hour Session
Recorded in 1997 at the 89 Greene st. studios of jingle house tomandandy, this marks the first ever recordings of Ron Revog as a band. Three of the songs, (Uncle Jerry Brown, Misty, and Blane) were written by Fernandez and Schwartz while room mates in a duplex on west 47th street. The bluegrass ditty “Water Yeast and Ganja Butter” was written by Mylotte and Fernandez the morning of the sessions, after a wake and bake. Every member of the band (including Retzer in a spectator role) was present at this recording session. To this day “The 12 Hour Session” remains the only time all the members of Ron Revog have ever recorded in the same room as a band. Many Revog cynics have claimed that, “Uncle Jerry Brown” is as good as it ever got for the hi-tech folk band.