Studio Recordings

Some articles on studio recordings, studio, recordings:

List Of Rufus Wainwright Songs - Original Songs - Studio Recordings
... by Wainwright that have been released on a studio album, EP, soundtrack, compilation album, single, or DVD ... Also included is "Ode to Antidote", a studio-quality promotional single used to promote a perfume by Viktor Rolf, and "Patience is a Virtue", an original song available via digital download ...
Mosaic Records - Discography - Mosaic
101 The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Thelonious Monk (4 LPs) 102 The Complete Pacific Jazz and Capitol Recordings of the Original Gerry Mulligan Quartet and Tentette with ... Blue Note Sessions (4 CDs or 6 LPs) 110 The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Sidney Bechet (4 CDs or 6 LPs) 111 The Complete Candid Recordings of Charles. 10 LPs) 172 The Complete Blue Note/UA/Roulette Recordings of Thad Jones (3 CDs or 5 Q-LPs) 173 The Complete Verve Recordings of the Teddy Wilson Trio (5 CDs or 8 Q-LPs) 174 The Complete ...
List Of The Velvet Underground Songs - S
... Song title Released recordings Notes "Sad Song" Demo/rehearsal recordings April 16, 1970 (Peel Slowly and See) "Satellite of Love" Demo/rehearsal recordings April 15, 1970 (Peel Slowly and See) April 15, 1970 (Fully ...
Bob Lord (musician) - Credits - Executive Producer/Producer (Partial List)
... piano duet featuring Richard Stoltzman In Memoriam Lewis Spratlan 2009 Navona Records Premiere recordings from Pulitzer Prize-winner 5th (S)eason Jonathan Sacks. 2 Richard Stoltzman 2008 MMC Recordings Featuring works by William Thomas McKinley About Lear And Others William Stalnaker 2008 MMC Recordings Featuring Gerard Schwarz and Seattle ...

Famous quotes containing the words recordings and/or studio:

    All radio is dead. Which means that these tape recordings I’m making are for the sake of future history. If any.
    Barré Lyndon (1896–1972)

    The studio has become the crucible where human genius at the apogee of its development brings back to question not only that which is, but creates anew a fantastic and conventional nature which our weak minds, impotent to harmonize it with existing things, adopt by preference, because the miserable work is our own.
    Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863)