West Los Angeles, CA (May 11, 2006)–Switchfoot has been tracking their upcoming album release for Columbia Records at The Village Recording Studios, in the Neve 88R equipped Studio D. Steve Lillywhite is producing the record, and worked at the Village with engineer Todd Parker.
The Flying Other Brothers Band was also in Studio D, with T-Bone Burnett producing alongside his longtime engineering associate, Mike Piersante. Southern rockers I-Nine, who had a song featured in Cameron Crowe’s latest film, Elizabethtown, were in Studio D tracking a planned full-length for RCA Records, with Rick Beato producing and Nathaniel Kunkel engineering.
Jonathan Davies of Korn (sitting, left) and Dem Franchize Boyz filming vocal overdubs for an upcoming video release (Virgin Records), in the Village, Studio BAlso in Studio D was V2 Records artist Isobel Campbell, taping a live performance for local NPR radio station KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic show. Jason Wormer engineered, with KCRW’s Ariana Morgenstern producing. Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals also visited The Village to tape a session for Morning Becomes Eclectic in the second floor auditorium. Morgenstern again produced, with Wormer supplementing the Digidesign ICON integrated console environment in Studio F with Neve 1073 modules.
Josh Ritter, another V2 artist, recorded his Morning Becomes Eclectic session in Studio B, with Wormer once again engineering, this time at the Neve VR console, and Morgenstern producing.
George Benson (left) joined singer Al Jarreau (right) for some writing sessions in the Village’s Studio BOther Village sessions include Jazz/R&B guitarist George Benson joining singer Al Jarreau for some writing sessions in Studio B. And, Jonathan Davies of Korn and Dem Franchize Boyz filming vocal overdubs for an upcoming video release through Virgin Records, with Chris Holmes engineering in Studio B as well.
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