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Nibby

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Cardboard cut out of Rupert Neve at AES, Tony Visconti, Eddie Kramer.
Couldn't believe my luck when I landed a job with Rupert Neve, within a few years I was working for some of the great studios I had read about, for a music fanatic a dream come true. Foreigner 4 was a record that I loved at the time and I use to read every bit of print on an album 'Recorded in Electric Lady' 8 years later I was working direct for Alan and Hal Selby, Electric Lady's owners.
 

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Andyk

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Cardboard cut out of Rupert Neve at AES, Tony Visconti, Eddie Kramer.
Couldn't believe my luck when I landed a job with Rupert Neve, within a few years I was working for some of the great studios I had read about, for a music fanatic a dream come true. Foreigner 4 was a record that I loved at the time and I use to read every bit of print on an album 'Recorded in Electric Lady' 8 years later I was working direct for Alan and Hal Selby, Electric Lady's owners.
Foreigner 4 is a classic LP. Still love it. Sounds like a great and interesting career you have had in the music industry.
 

Hawk13

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working at home today and working my way through my vinyl collection - Tom Petty is on at the moment with ELO or Foo Fighters to follow I think
 

zagatoes30

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Random 70s & 80s music, these removal men need to hear something better than the **** they were playing yesterday
 

Andyk

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School of Rock ... stick it to the man...Last night at Drury Lane....bloody brilliant. That young boy in it can sure play guitar.
 
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Ah well
Saw that show and I was disappointed, I suspect some skullbuggery with the music I am afraid
I was sat quite near the front and I was unsure of how much was him and how much technology
Hey ho as long as you enjoyed it that's great