30 Nov Manowar – Thor (The Powerhead) from the Sign of the Hammer album. (Old School Heavy Metal at it’s best imo!) Amazing musicans for it’s time from the 80s!
finally I can begin updating you on all of this.
The first premise that I would love to make is that this has been probably more of an emotional experience than a technical one (to me). Although I will report to you all the several key points that I grasped out of these two intense days at Air Recording Studios, the amount of emotional content for me was far beyond the technical one. It was a sort of “about the people” thing, which doesn’t surprise me too much (after all, the payoff to this blog of ours is “First String Classic Rock Contents For Emotional Learning“.
This choice of mine is always more and more confirmed as I go by these very precious experiences of mine, with you – the Member, the Reader – and with the outside world.
I will break this “report” of mine on at least two main blocks: the first one being, the who was there in terms of presenters. Then, I will adress the friends and other aspects contents. The latter is by no means subordinated to the first; but I thought I owe you to start digging right from the contents that may interest who wasn’t there.
Please note: if I can suggest you how to approach this reading, do not look at it as “now I’ll know the secrets of recording” as it won’t be like this for the most part of this report.
I suggest you sit down and read with a light-hearted state of mind. I surely am writing this on cloud nine.
So the first Presenter I would like to talk to you about, is for both technical and personal reasons, Mr. Elliott Randall.
Surprised huh? (Laughs).
Well, although I NEVER liked Guns’n’Roses (and probably never will for plain reasons I can explain easily), I really like the latest Slash. And it ain’t easy either to play. Got a nice swing to this tune here.