My Bluest Day
|"My Bluest Day"|
|Song by Grey Daze|
|Live debut||January 22, 1994|
"My Bluest Day" is a song created and recorded by Grey Daze before the Wake Me sessions.
"My Bluest Day" was recorded sometime in June 1994 as part of a 6-track demo which predates the recording sessions for Wake Me. Although Jason Barnes plays on the song, it was written with the band's previous guitarist Steve Mitchell.
The recording was done at Teething Studios, Scott Crowley’s apartment studio. He was from a band called “Nihil”. Jonathan Krause said, "He had a digital recording studio. I thought the drums sounded cheesy they were way to electronic. But it was free so who's complaining?" Sean Dowdell adds, "It wasn't a studio. It was his apartment and he and I recorded it on a very small recording program on a computer. Home recording though, not studio."
Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.
|My Bluest Day||Scott Crowley Sessions||2:38||June 1994||
"My Bluest Day" debuted at the band's very first live performance, which happened on January 22, 1994 at the Thunder & Lightning Bar & Grill in Scottsdale, Arizona.
- Jason Barnes - Guitar
- Chester Bennington - Vocals
- Sean Dowdell - Drums
- Jonathan Krause - Bass
- Produced by Scott Crowley
- Recorded at Teething Studios
So tired / You've got a dam deep down inside yourself
- Download: Scott Crowley Sessions
- My Bluest Day (Demo 1994): LPLive
- My Bluest Day (Rally Kaps 94): Jonathan Krause