Some felt the production drowned the album in an impenetrable cold sheen, while others, myself included, felt it had a gritty nocturnal roar. What were you guys shooting for with the sound on this album?
Which I think helped give it its uniqueness and timeless quality. And then Jimmy, proceeded to share a bottle of Jack Daniels, with myself and Jim, and told us great Stones stories into the night. What led you to work with him, given that his work at that time seemed much more centered on spangly British rock than heavy rock?
Well we were completely disconnected to the fickle fashions that were going on. I guess it was a lot different from the stuff you mentioned he had currently done — a challenge, a freshness, maybe, for the smart guy he is? And of course we were all impressed [with his] roles in making records with heroes of ours, like Syd Barrett and John Lennon.
Who were some of the other producers you guys wanted to work with for the record before Leckie was settled upon? I think you got that answer in the last question, but I think it just had to be John. So basically it was John, for us. What were those initial sessions like?
What do you remember about meeting John Leckie? Was he a fan of the bands musical output up to that point? But everything was pretty cool, and John had the patience to let myself indulge in different instruments, such as piano, Hammond organ, marimbas, different percussion, vox, etc. But I really enjoyed working with John Leckie — would do it again, in a heartbeat!
XTC and Todd Rundgren come especially to mind. That said, did you guys get on well with him and how much of the sound came from his executive decisions and how much was already in place before you walked into the studio?
But essentially, no, we had a clear view of what we wanted, from the off and John was respectful of that. So John has been and still is an inspiration, in many ways, for me personally. You gotta learn from people like that. Where was the album recorded? Can you tell us about some of the recording techniques used? What guitar and type of amp and pedal set up were you using? Audible Download Audiobooks. DPReview Digital Photography. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Amazon Business Service for business customers.
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