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We record primarily live and try not to do edits. You get better takes, better mistakes and overall better tracks....
I am a sucker for outtakes, 1st takes, ground tracks, B sides, Board feeds, 4 tracks and Alternates. I like recordings to feel like I'm in the room much more than the best possible rendition.
fleaaaaaa wrote: you do know "Like a rolling stone" charted at its highest at #2?
boxboy wrote:fleaaaaaa wrote: you do know "Like a rolling stone" charted at its highest at #2?
I didn't. I knew he'd a couple of top 10s through the decades, but couldn't have named the songs. The timing certainly makes sense. Peter Paul and Mary would have had a bunch of hits with his songs over the preceding several years, so interest ran high. He finally got some commercial airplay.
Apparently I have read the organ intro to "like a rolling stone" by Dylan was shambolic and would never appear on a modern record - I didn't quite get what was meant by that one.
Alan Green wrote:There's a bum note on Angie, by the Rolling Stones, too. I'm sure there are gazillions of others.
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