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Re: (TV) Lanier demos
From: MICHAEL CARLUCCI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2000 2:21 PM
Subject: Re: (TV) Lanier demos
Marquee Moon is one of those records that has to
>be listened in headphones to truly appreciate and understand what the band
went through to get those guitar sounds. All those doubled guitar parts to
get that ringing sound are sometimes split into two channels, then pulled
one guitar and bring it back it. It's really a complex recording and mixing
>Two songs that really benefit fom this are "Venus and Prove it"
Just to add a perfectly useless note to this, I remember bringing "Venus" in
to my guitar lesson so he could help me figure it out. He about fell off
his chair when he realized what Lloyd - maybe, we may never know - was doing
behind the verses. "It's like an obbligatto (sic)!" He couldn't believe a
part like that would show up in a "rock" song.
And re: the Velvets demos - I still think they're worth hearing if just for
Lou's use of invective every time he blows a take!
>From the frigid Northeast,
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