Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits with The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, the Eagles , Eric Clapton, the Faces . . .

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Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits with The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, the Eagles , Eric Clapton, the Faces . . .

Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits with The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, the Eagles , Eric Clapton, the Faces . . .

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In the late 1960s and 1970s, Johns was in demand on both sides of the Atlantic and worked with American acts such as the Steve Miller Band, and the Eagles. His opinion hasn’t softened over time — two years ago he told the Rock Hall audience that “shame he wasn’t locked up earlier, really, wouldn’t have played with my record. Another story has Johns in Los Angeles attending a party at Roman Polanski’s house and meeting his pregnant wife Sharon Tate. I took it all out, realizing very swiftly that airing your dirty laundry is not what the book should be about at all. He quit working with The Rolling Stones multiple times because they wouldn’t focus in the studio, leaving him endlessly waiting for them to get it together.

Stunningly, he claims to have avoided drugs his entire life, and he has almost no patience for the hard drug lifestyle he surely spent his life surrounded by. Iconic Producer Andy Johns on Recording with Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones and the 1176". Johns engineered and co-produced the first two albums by the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, which provided the hits " If You Wanna Get to Heaven" and " Jackie Blue". Glyn Johns is the older brother of the producer and engineer Andy Johns (1950–2013), [151] who began as an engineer with Jimi Hendrix under the tutelage of Eddie Kramer, [152] and like Glyn Johns, worked with the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.

Legendary producer/engineer Glyn Johns’ autobiography Sound Man is filled with cool stories about creating classic albums with dozens of household names. Eventually, Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon departed, [124] and the band recruited Don Felder and former James Gang guitarist Joe Walsh. The chief engineer (or balance engineer) is usually an experienced engineer who (often under the producer) supervises studio crew and critical aspects of the recording process. S. Magazine of the Year - 2019) and has been nominated twice for "Best Range Of Work By A Single Author" in the annual Neal Awards.

During this time, Johns was playing in the Presidents, [24] who, according to Johns, began to put the phrase "Featuring Decca Recording Star Glyn Johns" on their posters. I explained that I felt, because of their stature, the sales of the album would not be affected by my involvement one way or another, so a credit would be a fair settlement for what I had done, as by association it could only be positive for my career in the future.They were to drag me with them on the crest of a wave through an extraordinary period of change, not only in the music they were writing and performing but in the structure of the industry itself. Glyn doesn’t mince words on his opinion of the Spector version of the record, writing in Sound Man that “Phil Spector … puked all over them, turning the album into the most syrupy load of bullshit I ever heard. Johns has little interest in lingering long over the specifics of capturing sound and he unfailingly credits the musicians and bands he worked with as being the main reason the classic recordings that he worked on continue to sound as good as they do. The book was the first time I've ever really used the press for a purpose, and I was trying to sell my book.



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