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from issue no. 33

Jan. 15, 2003  |  No. 33

Emitt Rhodes: Home Recording Pioneer

by Kevin Ryan

The year was 1970. Hidden away in a London suburb with a Studer 4-track, Paul McCartney was clandestinely recording the songs that would form his first solo album, McCartney. 5,000 miles across the...

Jan. 15, 2003  |  No. 33

Keith Olsen: Mixing Magic

by Kevin Ryan

Though Emitt wrote the songs, played every note, and acted as his own engineer and producer, when mixing time rolled around the tapes were whisked away to Sound City where the team of Keith Olsen and...

Jan. 15, 2003  |  No. 33

Tony Levin & Jerry Marotta

by Larry DeVivo

Tony Levin is one of the masters of bass guitar and the Chapman Stick, having played with King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, James Taylor, California Guitar Trio, Paul Simon, John Lennon, Pink Floyd and...

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