Edie Brickell & New Bohemians from Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars released 31 years ago today Aug 9, 1988.
A nice tune from The Gin Blossoms. Enjoy!
Behind the Groove gives all the details you need to know about the recording of this 10cc classic.
The trio spend three weeks recording the vocal phrase “ahhhh” sixteen times for each note of the chromatic scale, building up a choir of 256 voices that are spread across a sixteen track multi-track tape. Wanting the voices to repeat in perpetuity, they create several tape loops each twelve feet in length. Having made numerous tape to tape bounces of the choir section results in an audible degradation of the vocals, creating the eerie, soft sound that is one of the songs hallmarks.
from arguably the best Stones album, Exile on Main St. released this day in 1972. Nice live version here.
Nicholas Bate on Why We Love The Beatles – George
The end of The Beatles led us to All Things Must Pass – possibly the best of all the post Beatles solo efforts.
Happy Birthday to Eric Burdon who celebrates 78 today.
Gov’t Mule dug out some Allman Brothers Band classics for their recent Macon show. Jack Pearson sits on this tasty gem while Warren plays Duane’s goldtop.
Dawes cover Dylan.