Paragon Masters The Blues

Chicago, IL (March 26, 2004)--Some legendary Chicago Blues musicians recently worked at Paragon Studios, where producer Ariyo finished mixing and mastering the new album Don't Mess with the Bluesmen, featuring Billy Branch and Carlos Johnson. The album will be released by Japanese label P-Vine Records. Other Chicago natives, Seven Day Run tracked and mixed their new EP recently, with Paragon house engineer/producer Jack LeTourneau. And, Eric Michaels fired up the Hammond B3 to record, mix and master his R&B and jazz debut CD.
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Chicago, IL (March 26, 2004)--Some legendary Chicago Blues musicians recently worked at Paragon Studios, where producer Ariyo finished mixing and mastering the new album Don't Mess with the Bluesmen, featuring Billy Branch and Carlos Johnson. The album will be released by Japanese label P-Vine Records. Other Chicago natives, Seven Day Run tracked and mixed their new EP recently, with Paragon house engineer/producer Jack LeTourneau. And, Eric Michaels fired up the Hammond B3 to record, mix and master his R&B and jazz debut CD.

KoKo Taylor's guitarist Shun Kikuta recently recorded and mixed his new Blues Guitar educational CD for Guitar Player Magazine of Japan. The Chicago Children's Choir was also recorded by Satellite Remote and mixed at Paragon for a spring release CD. And, Levis, Sears and Q101 Productions mastered their It's Out Of The Blue compilation promo album at Paragon.

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