Alanis Morissette

Apr 1, 2004, By Matt Hurwitz

“I can be an asshole of the grandest kind,” Alanis Morissette sings as she walks across a cavernous green-screen soundstage at Hollywood's historic Raleigh Studios, filming her latest music video for “Everything.”...

Classic Tracks: Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"

Apr 1, 2004, By Gaby Alter

Much the way Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera have been played off against each other in the press in recent years, Cyndi Lauper was often compared to Madonna in 1983 and 1984, the years Lauper made her solo debut with She's So Unusual and Madonna released her first two discs....

Presenting the Grumpys

Apr 1, 2004, By Paul D. Lehrman

Did you see that ridiculous thing last night?!? The thundering voice on the phone was familiar, reminding me that I was long overdue to get caller ID...

Sessions & Studio News

Apr 1, 2004, By Breean Lingle

Avatar Studios (NYC) hosted bassist Charlie Haden to track his latest effort (Verve), featuring Cuban jazz pianist Gonzolo Rubalcaba, with Jay Newland engineering and Ross Petersen assisting…...

Ryan Adams

Mar 1, 2004, By Heather Johnson

Various self-help books suggest that one has to hit “rock bottom” before one can reform....



Joe Cocker recently stepped into Capitol B (Hollywood) to work with Grammy-nominated producer CJ Vanston (A Mighty Wind soundtrack) and engineer Marc DeSisto to record an album full of songs that have influenced Cocker throughout his recording career....


Mar 1, 2004


The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, featuring trombonist Slide Hampton, tracked at Bennett Studios (Englewood, NJ) with engineer Gary Chester at the board…Loho Studios (NYC) hosted Universal rock band Flaw, who were in tracking their spring release....

Classic Tracks: David Bowie's "Five Years"/"Soul Love"/"Moonage Daydream"

Mar 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

Much has been written about the importance of David Bowie's album Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars....

Nashville A Team Performs on Regeneration

Mar 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Chicago-based producer Neil J. Cacciottolo recently brought together Nashville-based musicians “Boots”...

Miles Davis

Mar 1, 2004, By Paul Tingen

In December 1969, Miles Davis boasted, “I could put together the greatest rock 'n' roll band you ever heard.” It must have sounded rather presumptuous, because the jazz trumpeter had only begun to flirt with electric instruments and rock influences at the very end of 1967....

Road-Tested and Approved

Mar 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

The challenge for Electronic Arts' audio director Aubrey Hodges and NASCAR Thunder 2005 video game sound designer Jesse James Allen was to mike the insides of the engine and driver Tommy King's cabin of EA's NASCAR racing machine —...



Kim Simmonds (right) of blues/rock band Savoy Brown recently stepped into Lakewood Audio Video Group (Jamesville, N.Y.) to mix and master the band's upcoming album, You Should Have Been There, and his solo acoustic album, Stuck By Lightning....

Working in the Boondog

Mar 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Grammy Award — winning producer Jack Douglas is taking time off from producing Aerosmith's upcoming album and is now producing New York-based rock/pop/punk band Morningwood....

Sessions & Studio News

Feb 1, 2004, By Breean Lingle


Rap artist Mobb Deep was in New York City at Battery Studios and Chung King Studios, working on his upcoming release (Jive Records) with artist/producer/Lil Jon,...

Steve Earle

Feb 1, 2004, By Gaby Alter

Steve Earle is not a man to lay idle. Since a stint in drug rehab pulled him out of a personal and career slump in the mid-'90s, the 48-year-old rock/country songwriter has been producing new work at a pace that would leave many younger artists in the dust....

New Canon Spot Is a Jewel

Feb 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Jewel recently visited writer/producer Michael Lattanzi's home studio in the Hollywood Hills,...

Rufus Wainwright

Feb 1, 2004, By David John Farinella

After what he terms a few “harrowing” experiences with record producers, singer/songwriter Rufus Wainwright has finally found an aural ally in Marius deVries....

Classic Tracks: The 5th Dimension's "Aquariaus/Let the Sunshine In"

Feb 1, 2004, By Dan Daley

It seems axiomatic that the further back in time we reach, the more the actual making of records becomes almost anticlimactic to what transpired outside of the recording studio's confines....

Living Colour

Feb 1, 2004, By Chris J. Walker

Much like a popular couple breaking up, the extremely dynamic alternative metal band, Living Colour, which officially disbanded in 1995, was constantly queried about reuniting....

Go Ahead, Make My Recording

Jan 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Marian McPartland's NPR radio show Piano Jazz celebrated its tenth anniversary of recording at Manhattan Beach Recording (New York City) with guest Clint Eastwood,...

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