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Old 1st September 2002
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the Immaculate Session

what session[s] would you of loved to been a part of? [anything from producer to engineer to fly on the wall]

some of mine are:
jimi hendrix- electric ladyland [engineer/mixer]*
mercury rev- see you on the other side [fly on the wall]*
flaming lips- clouds taste metallic [assistant engineer]
beck- mutations [assistant engineer]
gam- phase 8 [mixer]*
squishy- self titled [mixer]*
buddy guy- sweet tea [assistant engineer]
janes addiction- ritual de lo habitual [engineer/mixer]*
outkast- aquemeni [engineer/mixer]
beastie boys- pauls boutique [fly on the wall]
beatie boys- check yo head/ill communication [engineer/mixer]*
eno/fripp- no pussy footing [mixer]*
eno- any album [engineer/fly on the wall]


*denotes projects i would like to mix in 5.1
Old 1st September 2002
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what session[s] would you of loved to been a part of?

P.D.Q. Bach - Oedipus Tex
Spike Jones - Carmen
Count Basie with Joe Williams - Smack Dab In The Middle
Anything Ella Fitzgerald ever recorded.
Old 1st September 2002
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Jackson 5 - all the singles (tea boy / assistant)
Rolling Stones Exile on main St (tea boy / assistant)
Rolling Stones - Tatoo You (coke dealer)
Lou Reed Live (mobile truck assistant engineer)
Lou Reeed Exacy (assistant engineer at Seer Sound NYC)
Paul Buckmaster string sessions (copyist / charts)
Frank Sinatra sesions (assistant)
Leadbelly / Woody guthry (engineer)
Elvis sessions (assistant)
Old 1st September 2002
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Hmmm....
I don't want to ruin the magic of being around any of the albums I love...
Old 1st September 2002
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Beatles - Sgt Pepper

Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

Tribe Called Quest - Low End Theory

Ozomatli - Embrace the Choas

Slayer - Reign In Blood

Beastie Boys - Pauls Boutique

The Clash - London Calling

Bob Marley - ANY AND ALL
Old 1st September 2002
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Bob Marley - ANY AND ALL
okay i'd "sit in" on these.
Old 1st September 2002
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okay i'd "sit in" on these.
i would be the chief joint technician
Old 1st September 2002
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Oh yeah... All as the engineer.
Old 2nd September 2002
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okay...
beatles...sgt.peppers
rolling stones....some girls
bob marley....all
bob wills...all
the tractors...all
i'm sure theres more but after the marley sessions i really wouldnt care..................................peece
Old 2nd September 2002
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Faith Hill..... (sit in as the microphone)
Old 2nd September 2002
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Beatles - Sgt. Peppers (or any of the early Beatles sessions)
any early Queen
Deep Purple - Machine head
AC/DC - Back in Black
Crank County Daredevils (sounds like tons of fun) heh

All of those as a fly on the wall (but with my digital camera heh )
Old 2nd September 2002
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lmao, you crank me up. but you are probably right... this is one of the most musically working "sane" sessions i have ever worked on. there are NO egos to be found while recording... everyone open to anything. i must admit, the most fun i have had in session in a LONG while.
Old 2nd September 2002
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Anything EmmyLou Harris....

Beatles "Let It Be" ... every emotion known to exist in one place

Gene Watson "Garden Party" ... I just want to hear Mooney's steel ride in person
Old 2nd September 2002
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I wouldn't want to do anything but sit there. Chances are that I'd **** up a good album.

Black Crowes - Amorica
Beatles - Revolver
Hum - You'd prefer an Astronaught
Radiohead - Kid A & OK Computer
Old 3rd September 2002
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I'd love to be a fly on the wall for any of these.

Norah Jones-Come Away With Me
Patty Loveless-Long Stretch of Lonesome
Dwight Yoakam- Guitars Cadillacs Etc.
Beatles-Rubber Soul
Old 3rd September 2002
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Paul Buckmaster string sessions (copyist / charts)
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Jules, which sessions? I really dig the arrangements on "Madman Accross the Water"

and talking about strings, I've always been fascinated by the orchestra sessions for old Looney Tunes cartoons. I think that would've been a trip.
Old 3rd September 2002
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Led Zeppelin-any

Stones-Beggars Banquet, Sticky Fingers, or Exile(thought I'm sure this one would kill me!)

James Brown-mid 60s period

Cake-Comfort Eagle

Ben Folds Five-any

Beatles-mid and late period

Queen-any

the Cars-first record

I'd be happy to just watch any of these. I take any job involved.
Old 3rd September 2002
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lmao, you crank me up. but you are probably right... this is one of the most musically working "sane" sessions i have ever worked on. there are NO egos to be found while recording... everyone open to anything. i must admit, the most fun i have had in session in a LONG while.
Good thing you didn't put down "tracking" the Gam "Phase 8" sessions. That would've been a nightmare. The Phase 8 processor is way too persnickety and the guitarist sucks.

I want to work on the next thing I work on. I'll leave the past to my underpants.
Old 4th September 2002
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Good thing you didn't put down "tracking" the Gam "Phase 8" sessions. That would've been a nightmare. The Phase 8 processor is way too persnickety and the guitarist sucks.
yeah he does... but i probably would of done just fine tracking, sounds about right up my alley. and the lead pipe would of come in handy when it went over the top.
Old 4th September 2002
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"Paul Buckmaster string sessions (copyist / charts)
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Jules, which sessions? I really dig the arrangements on "Madman Accross the Water"

Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers - "Moonlight Mile"
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