Manilow Remakes History

Mar 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Barry Manilow completed sessions at Ocean Way (L.A.) for his new album, The Greatest Songs of the Fifties (CD/DualDisc). The album includes remakes of...

Classic Tracks: The Pointer Sisters' "Yes We Can Can"

Mar 1, 2006, By Blair Jackson

When the Pointer Sisters burst onto the national scene with Yes We Can Can in mid-1973, they seemed completely different from any other popular group...

Avatar Hosts Fagen

Mar 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Even an artist as credentialed as Steely Dan vocalist/keyboardist Donald Fagen can get starstruck. Fagen was busy in Avatar's (New York City) Studio C...

It's Final for 'Idol'

Mar 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Engineer Don Budd of Final Mix Studios in Campbell, Calif., recorded a new song for American Idol finalist Nikki McKibbin's forthcoming release, using...

Trystan Lane Tracks

Feb 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Pop/rock group Trystan Layne recently tracked and mixed their forthcoming self-produced EP at SugarHill Recording Studios (Houston) with engineer Josh...

Janis Ian's New Black

Feb 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

According to singer/songwriter Janis Ian, Folk is the New Black at least that's the title of her new album, just mastered by Don Cobb and Eric Conn at...

StarCity in Demand

Feb 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Masterlink. Tom Emmi, president of Ace Entertainment and education director at Philadelphia's World Caf Live, selected StarCity Recording Company (Bethlehem,...

Track Sheet

Feb 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

NORTHEAST Sound on Sound clients made their way to the studio's new home at Right Track Recording (NYC), where the two companies are now partnered. Corey...

Ry Cooder's "Chavez Ravine"

Feb 1, 2006, By Rick Clark

Ry Cooder has made a career out of discovering and shining a light on roots and world music that was created out of the sheer love of expression and not...

Telarc Visits Avatar

Feb 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Avatar's (New York City, www.avatarstudios.net) Studio C recently hosted Telarc recording artist Hiromi Uehara (left) recording a piano duet with Akiko...

Jay Joyce's Tragedy/Tragedy

Feb 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

Producer/engineer/songwriter Jay Joyce used to have a home in West Nashville until his studio, Tragedy/Tragedy, took it over. What started as a small...

Burning Spear

Feb 1, 2006, By Chris Walker

Although reggae icons Bob Marley and Peter Tosh passed away many years ago, the music and spirit they championed is still being celebrated by one of their...

Classic Tracks: The Doors' "Riders on the Storm"

Feb 1, 2006, By Blair Jackson

It's been more than 10 years since we first tackled a Doors song (The End) in Classic Tracks (February 1995), so it's high time we looked at another....

New York Metro

Feb 1, 2006, By David Weiss

Striking similarities abound, but ultimately, New York City and Nashville aren't exactly thought of as two great tastes that go great together. Every...

Chas Joins Crickets

Feb 1, 2006, Compiled by Heather Johnson

Chas Hodges, the of the British rock duo Chas & Dave, and Jerry Allison, drummer for The Crickets, visited Ron Lynn's Merlot Sound Studio (www.ronnlynn.com/merlotsound.cfm),...

Get ADR or Die Trying

Jan 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

As Hurricane Katrina moved toward Miami, Manhattan Transfer Miami (www.mtmiami.com) was expecting 50 Cent (who was in town for the MTV Video Awards) for...

Death Cab for Cutie

Jan 1, 2006, By Rick Clark

The increasing popularity of iTunes and music downloading has encouraged a number of people to announce the death of the album as a listening experience....

David Blumberg

Jan 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

David Blumberg started out as a trumpet player, spent some time on the road with Larry Elgart's band and then returned to L.A., his hometown, to begin...

Cool Spins

Jan 1, 2006

Various ArtistsHigher Ground Hurricane Relief BenefitEMI Dr. John & The Lower 911Sippiana HericaneBlue Note Both of these fine CDs were created to raise...

Nashville Skyline

Jan 1, 2006, By Rick Clark

If you play pedal steel and want to cut an album, Nashville would seem like the most obvious place in the world to go. After all, pedal steel is as much...

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