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♫ Joan Jett & the Blackhearts ~ I Love Rock N Roll ♫

 

♫ Joan Jett ~ I Hate Myself For Loving You ♫

 

View Large and on Black

 

Strobist: AB1600 with gridded 60X30 softbox camera left. AB800 with Softlighter II camera right. Triggered by Cybersync.

View On Black <--- more intense here!

 

recently had to do an assignment for class called studio musician. one photo needed to show emotion and mood towards the music of your choice. this song isn't suppose to go to the song 'trapped in my mind' by kid cudi.. it's just been getting a lot of plays lately from my ipod :)

 

ab400 dished & boomed high camera left.

 

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Dorothy Ashby played harp on Bill Withers 1975 LP "+Justments"

  

Tracklist

A1 You 5:18

A2 The Same Love That Made Me Laugh 3:23

A3 Stories 2:42

A5 Green Grass 3:08

A6 Ruby Lee 3:16

B1 Heartbreak Road 3:06

B2 Can We Pretend 3:47

B3 Liza 3:02

B4 Make A Smile For Me 3:14

B5 Railroad Man 6:24

Credits

 

Bass – Melvin Dunlap (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B1, B2,, B4, B5)

Drums – James Gadson (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B1, B2, B5)

Guitar – Benorce Blackman* (tracks: A1), Bill Withers (tracks: A2, B4), Jose Feliciano* (tracks: B2)

Harp – Dorothy Ashby (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B2,)

Percussion – Chip Steen (tracks: A5, B5), Jose Feliciano* (tracks: B5)

Piano – Bill Withers (tracks: A4, A5, B1, , B4, B5), John Barnes (tracks: A1, A3, A4,), John Myles (tracks: B2, B3, B5), Ray Jackson (tracks: A1, A2)

Vocals – Bill Withers (tracks: All)

   

Studio Musician Assignment: Brooks Institute of Photography.

 

Thanks to my friend Sharon for stepping in at the last minute and helping me out on this one.

Will Champlin in studio... Nashville, Tennessee

Studio Musician Assignment: Brooks Institute of Photography.

 

Thanks to my friend Sharon for stepping in at the last minute and helping me out on this one.

Studio Musician Assignment: Brooks Institute of Photography.

 

Thanks to my friend Sharon for stepping in at the last minute and helping me out on this one.

A very interesting Beat-Single. Sounds like someone try to be the WHO. The drummers idol is Keith ! A group from the UK released original on Page One Rec. Producer Caleb Quaye is one of the most hardworking studiomusicians in the 70s (Elton John, Hookfoot, Beach Boys, P-Townshend, Al Kooper and dozends more) .

youtu.be/KjK_3QgPz3c

ethan, atlases, studio musician for brooks.

Studio Musician Assignment: Brooks Institute of Photography.

 

Thanks to my friend Sharon for stepping in at the last minute and helping me out on this one.

Many on the local music scene have been wondering what happened to Rob Jeffery -- we found him!

 

Thanks to Robert Edwards for keeping us all up-to-date at HIS SITE

 

Rob Jeffery has been known to hang at more than Oakstone Sound Studio in Victoria, BC, Canada. Here's a recording of Rob jamming at Bill's homerecording studio a couple of years back.

Recorded on Zoom H2n 16bit/48khz MS (Mid-side) using three of the five mics included in the H2n.

Played on Epiphone Standard Pro Les Paul (seen in avitar) and Fender Mustang One v.1 amp (seen in avitar).

Rob jamming in Bill's studio

Dony Wynn is one of the greatest drummers in music. He has collaborated and performed with many celebrated artists including Robert Palmer, Robert Plant, Brooks & Dunn, and more.

I realize how busy we all are these days but did want to let you know what a great guitar player Gene Wiebe is.

Here's a medley of Guitar Stylings by Eugene Wiebe, Victoria BC Canada in MP3 format from the original CD quality

3-minute Track

 

After finding listening to Eugene Wiebe's two CDs is one of my life's best listening experiences, I googled him and found:

Eugene Wiebe's band (ca.1971), The Eleventh Hour, is featured on the Manitoba Music Museum website.

See Youtube for The Eleventh Hour on Youtube

Kyle Squarcia spinning his drumstick. (all done in camera)

the essence of Jaffa Mononoke's song "time goes"

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