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The other instruments, like guitar amps and harps and drums, were louder and leaked into the mics in a carefully balanced mix by mic placement with a pleasant, real room sound to them. When I was recording with him on five albums in the 1970s, the band set up in the studio, Muddy told us the key and started playing or counted off the song. As onstage, we’d follow him, and he would sing old or new lyrics. This organic approach is called “live-in-thestudio” and is still often used. In today’s studios, the singer usually sings into a very high quality microphone in a soundproof booth so that the vocal is only picked up by that one mic.

Sansone jotted down his feelings when he buried Rhodes in ‘90, but had not done anything with it till the loss of his mother prodded him to revisit and memorialize Bug’s life. “I’m Still Here” is another intensely personal song, inspired by holding his mother’s hand during her final hours. ” He told Offbeat magazine that he was also touched by a visit with former Jimmy Buffet harpist Gregg “Fingers” Taylor, who now has Alzheimer’s. ” This is Sansone’s finest effort, and it’s an honor to share it with him.

This will open the web page where you can download all the following songs. Congratulations and thanks to all the artists appearing on sampler nine. 1. Keith Stone - “Time To Move On” from the album The Prodigal Returns an independent release. 2. The Record Company - “Feels So Good” from the album Give It Back To You on Concord Music Group. 3. Jimmy Adler - “No Pain” from the album Grease Alley on Sprucewoods Records. 4. Benny Turner - “I Can’t Leave” from the album When She’s Gone on NOLA Blue Label.

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