Instrumental Studio Outtake

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The Quarrymen - Recording
... Percy Phillips operated a studio called Phillips' Sound Recording Services at 38 Kensington, Liverpool, between the kitchen and a front room that served as an ... Actors from the Liverpool Playhouse often stayed in the room above the studio, and were asked by Phillips to record monologues and poems ... Phillips had just turned 60 years old when Harrison heard about the studio from guitarist Johnny Byrne, who had recorded a version of "Butterfly" there on 22 June 1957 ...
Royal National Theatre - National Theatre Studio
... The National Theatre studio is a development space on The Cut, founded in 1985 under the directorship of Peter Gill ... The studio houses work in progress such as play readings and workshops, and provides a venue for professional training ... The studio is housed in a Grade II listed building designed by architects Lyons Israel Ellis ...
Beyond Description (1973-1989) - Track Listing - Disc Three
... Camels" / "Unusual Occurrences in the Desert" (Hunter, Grateful Dead) – 1233 "Groove #1" (instrumental studio outtake 2/27/75) (Grateful Dead) – 542 "Groove #2" (instrumental studio outtake 2 ...
Jagged Little Pill - Development and Recording
... The demo recording sessions started in 1994 at Ballard's home studio and included only Morissette and the producer, who recorded the songs as they were being written ... The tracks that were redone later in a professional studio used the original demo vocals ... a deal with Maverick Records, the couple took the demos to a studio and started building some new band arrangements for some of them ...
United Artists
... United Artists Corporation (UA) is an American film studio ... The original studio of that name was founded in 1919 by D ... of controlling their own interests rather than depending upon the powerful commercial studios ...

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