Peter Frampton

Nov 1, 2006, By Michael Barbiero

When I was first told that Peter Frampton was about to embark on a completely instrumental album a tribute to his musical influences my first thought...

New York Metro

Nov 1, 2006, By David Weiss

Have the Last Poets perhaps the foremost of the many forefathers of hip hop made their last stand? Not if New York City based producer Will Roberson and...

Todd Snider's The Devil You Know

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Singer/songwriter Todd Snider has perfected an easy, conversational sound in concert and on the albums he records in his friend Eric McConnell's (unnamed)...

Engineer's Studio

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

One way to get job security: Engineer Ryan Massey has purchased Sharkbite Studios (Oakland, Calif.) from his employer. The busy facility recently hosted...

Canadian Kittie

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Canadian all-girl metal band Kittie is tracking their upcoming album at Retromedia Sound Studios (Redband, N.J.) with producer Jack Ponti and engineers...

Track Sheet

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

SOUTHEAST At Doppler Studios (Atlanta), Juanita Bynum recorded a Christmas album with engineers Rick de Varona, Aaron Holton and Trent Privat. Jive artist...

Classic Tracks: Public Enemy's "Fight the Power"

Nov 1, 2006, By Gaby Alter

It is hard to forget the impact of the opening sequence of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing (1989). Actress Rosie Perez, her face a mask of determination,...

Madeleine Peyroux

Oct 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

It took eight years for soulful jazz artist Madeleine Peyroux to follow her acclaimed Atlantic debut, Dreamland, an insightful piece that had critics...

Tiny Telephone

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Recent sessions at John Vanderslice's Neve 5316 centered indie Mecca, Tiny Telephone (San Francisco, www.tinytelephone.com), include local Saddle Creek...

Blue Seven Audio

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Christopher Scott Cooper has spent 10 years engineering at The Annex, but he also runs his own project room in the East Bay. Blue Seven Audio (Fremont,...

Broken Radio

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Engineer/producer/mixer Matt Boudreau's Broken Radio studio (Emeryville, Calif.; www.brokenradio.com) features a 1980s-built Trident Series 16/24 console...

John Mayer

Oct 1, 2006, By David John Farinella

About 45 minutes into the first date of the John Mayer Trio tour at The Fillmore in San Francisco last fall, the singer/guitar player stepped up to the...

Cool Spins

Oct 1, 2006

Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys Legends of Country Music(Columbia/Legacy) I've gone through Bob Wills periods before about once every decade or so, I...

Petit Produces McClain

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

George Walker Petit recently produced a debut CD by multi-Emmy Award winning daytime TV actress Cady McClain (All My Children, As the World Turns). Titled...

Classic Tracks: En Vogue's "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)"

Oct 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

When producers Denzil Foster and Tommy McElroy turned in Funky Divas, En Vogue's triple-Platinum sophomore album, to their record label, executives didn't...

The Annex

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

American-born jazz keyboardist Rhoda Scott has lived in France for 30 years, but her recent tour took her through Northern California, and included time...

SF Soundworks

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

High-end, three-room facility SF Soundworks (San Francisco, www.sfsoundworks.com) is making good on its motto: Bringing the music back to San Francisco....

The Yellowjackets at 25

Sep 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

Back in 1981, The Police were in full flush, the recently murdered John Lennon was still being mourned and on the charts with a pair of hits, and Kool...

DJ Logic's Turntable Zen

Sep 1, 2006, By Robin Tolleson

DJ Logic has taken his axe down avenues few would have imagined. Redefining the role of the turntablist, Logic performs with guitarist Vernon Reid in...

L.A. Grapevine

Sep 1, 2006, By Bud Scoppa

Over the years, veteran bands fall into certain patterns in their collective creative processes. What often starts out as an idiosyncratic approach born...

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