Thursday, 20 December 2012
Joanne Shaw Taylor - Voodoo Grooves and Guitarmageddon Tones
Describe the tracking process and how it compared to White Sugar and Diamonds in the Dirt.
On the previous albums, the goal was to capture live drums and bass. I’d jam along to show them the changes, but I’d redo all my guitar parts later. This time we actually cut all of my rhythm playing and even some of my vocals live with the band over the course of three days. On “Jealousy” and most of “Standing to Fall,” we had such a vibe going live in the studio that when we tried to redo the guitar solo and vocal, it didn’t match the atmosphere we captured when the band was there. So we kept those as live takes. I played in the same room as J.J. and Billy, and David was in a separate keyboard room.
Read more: http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2013/Jan/Interview_Joanne_Shaw_Taylor_Voodoo_Grooves_and_Guitarmageddon_Tones.aspx
Joanne Shaw Taylor - 11-29-2012 - Manic Depression - Jimi Hendrix - at Knuckleheads in K.C.Mo
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