Sound Of The Hound
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Daly, Kevin (1942 – 1989) Decca engineer, Producer and Record Company Executive.
Derbyshire, Delia 1937 – 2001
Gaisberg, Fred (1873 – 1951)
Nichols, Roger (1944-2011) Steely Dan’s recording man
Rushent, Martin (1948 to 2011)
Sir John Read (1918 – April 4 2015) chairman of EMI
Sterling, Louis (1879-1958)
Wallace, Roy Decca Engineer (1927-2007)
Wallich Isabella (1917 – 2001) Niece of Fred Gaisberg
Engineers & Producers
Fred Gaisberg’s progress
HMV 363 Oxford Street
J. Hollier’s Phonograph & Record Supply, Bristol, England 1909
Jazz Record Mart, 27 East Illinois, Chicago
Now that’s what I call a record shop. Amoeba Music on Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood.
Probe Records, The Culture Bunker
Spillers Records: the oldest record shop in the world?
1. Recording studio logos
Herne Place Studios
The Townhouse Studios Cutting Department
Abbey Road Studio 3 circa 1973 where Pink Floyd recorded Dark Side of the Moon
Bob Dylan (again) at The Power Plant in the 1980’s
Bob Dylan in Columbia Records Studio August 1963, making The Times They Are A Changing
Elvis Presley. Sun Studios. February 5th 1955
Joe Meek working in his studio at 304 Holloway Road, London circa 1961
Olympic Studios, London, 2008. U2 are the final artists in Studio 1 before Olympic Studios close.
Sometimes a recording is perfect
The Rolling Stones in Olympic Studios 1968
Trident Studios Control Rooms late 1970’s
When the last recording studio goes, what will go with it? From Word Magazine March 2010
Friday Mystery Object of the week #6
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