The hound has come across this gem! Ken Griffin’s Scatterbrain at the organ played on a Philips 78 rpm shellac disc in the 50’s is the perfect way to bring in the week ahead.
This is Dick Swettenham and, unlikely as it perhaps appears, he contributed to the sound of many of the greatest rock and pop recordings ever made. He also helped invent the recording equipment industry. Until the late 1960’s studios largely made their own core equipment; it was only in that decade that the number ofContinue reading “No, its not Peter Sellers….it’s the man who recorded Rolling Stones, The Who & The Eagles”