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Blues Deluxe is the third studio album by American blues-rock musician Joe Bonamassa.Recorded at Unique Recording Studios in New York City, New York, it was produced by Bob Held and features nine cover versions of songs by classic blues artists and three original tracks (two co-written by Mike Himelstein, one by Will Jennings).
- Bob Held
- August 26, 2003
- May – June 2003
- Blues rock
Illmatic is the debut studio album by American rapper Nas.It was released on April 19, 1994, by Columbia Records.After signing with the label with the help of MC Serch, Nas recorded the album in 1992 and 1993 at Chung King Studios, D&D Recording, Battery Studios, and Unique Recording Studios in New York City.
Sep 17, 2019 · Unique Recording Studios, New York, New York. 505 likes. Unique Recording Studios was a technologically innovative five room recording studio operating...
Unique Recording Studios was a technologically innovative five room recording studio operating in New York City from 1978 until 2004. The business got off the ground as a rehearsal studio with a Tascam 8 track recorder in 1978, but soon expanded to 16, and then 24 tracks with the first Otari MTR-90.
Recording sessions took place at Unique Recording Studios and Power Play Studios in New York City. Ain't a Damn Thing Changed - Wikipedia The building replaces the Cecil B. DeMille building previously home to the famous Unique Recording Studios which closed in 2004. 20 Times Square - Wikipedia
New York City recording studio active from 1978 to 2004, owned and operated by JoAnne Nathan and Bobby Nathan Name appearances as found on this profile: - Unique Recording - Unique Recordings - Unique Recording Studio - Unique Recording Studios - Unique Recording Studios, NYC - Unique Recorders - Unique Studios - Unique Studios,...
Critical reception. Peggy Oliver of The Urban Music Scene writes, "It is hard to fathom that thirty years have passed since the single “Najee’s Theme” and the supporting album blazed the R&B and jazz charts, which for a debut recording was a remarkable accomplishment in itself."
An audio engineer (or simply engineer for short) is a person who operates, and usually chooses and sets up recording equipment. The term applies mainly to a person who works in a recording studio but can also apply to people who do the same kind of work, in other places.