Steely Dan 'Everything Must Go'

Aug 1, 2003, by George Petersen

It seems like only yesterday that we gazed through the glass at Two Against Nature, the landmark comeback album for Steely Dan....

The Engineer and the Vocalist

Aug 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

So what's the big deal? With automatic tuning devices, nondestructive digital editing, multitracking and effects, why worry about the vocal sound?...

Evanescence

Aug 1, 2003, By Bryan Reeseman

When Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody calls Mix from the road, his band is setting up at a Milwaukee venue called The Rave....

Wyclef Jean

Aug 1, 2003, By Sarah Benzuly

“Producers are really…you just know that you're created to produce.” Subconsciously, Wyclef Jean knew from a very early age that music would play a very large role in his life....

Just Hum a Few Bars

Aug 1, 2003, By Oliver Masciarotte

>By now, you've probably come across some appliance or service that recognizes human speech: your cell phone, perhaps, or the customer service call-in line at your credit card company....

Fleetwood Mac Is Back!

Jul 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

"Things are good," Lindsey Buckingham says cheerily on the eve of Fleetwood Mac's cross-country tour. "We've got a nice fresh set going and a fresh album that we all like. The band sounds really good. I've got two great kids [both under 5]. It's really a nice time for me......

Recording the Band

Jul 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

There was a time, not so very long ago, when nearly all "live albums" were recorded by remote trucks. Occasionally, you would find a band - such as the Grateful Dead - who were serious about keeping an archive of all their performances for posterity and so made simple stereo recordings from the soundboard's feed, but they were the exception rather than the rule in the '60s and '70s. Needless to say, things have changed....

Classic Tracks: Arlo Guthrie's "City of New Orleans"

Jul 1, 2003, By Dan Daley

Sometimes, a so-called "career record" can affect more than one career. When Arlo Guthrie's cover of the late Steve Goodman's paean to America's fading railroads, "City of New Orleans," came out as the single from Guthrie's Hobo's Lullaby LP in 1972, it gave the folk-singing son of America's own hobo poet laureate, Woody Guthrie, his first bona fide chart hit....

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