AHornsby wrote:It's too difficult (for me) to try and sustain any credible knowledge of 'production' values...... I don't want to have to listen to them all again
msnickybee wrote:Well, *apart* from Accordions (!),
Never said it was easy!!!Mark Bliss wrote:there has always been work well outside of my tastes that make me go "wow" in appreciation of the production!
Picking a good 5 for examples would be hard for me. Narrowing it down to "the" five for me would require some serious thought! Just 5?
Absolutely, I like how you say this, totally agree.Mark Bliss wrote:For me, the magic happens when the songwriting meets an emotive performance and combines with just the right composition and arrangement and the producer captures it all in his presentation. Its elusive magic is what it is. And it often moves the listener in ways they aren't even aware of.
Then there's the appreciation for the talented manipulation of limited technology from times gone by.
Yes.Mark Bliss wrote:5? Really?
Ah well, I agree, but "which songs move me" would be an entirely different post I think Mister!Mark Bliss wrote:And theres certain old songs in various styles and genres that will always move me
outteh wrote:OK! Here's my picks based on engineering and mastering. Caution, some of them go way back! Prefer the originals also in vinl, not the remastered CD takes.
Rolling Stones - Aftemath - Flight 505, Lady Jane, Under my Thumb
Beatles - Sgt Peppers - With a Little Help From My Friends
Beatles - White Album - the whole thing, I could listen to this over and over and never tire.
Bruce Hornsby and the Range - any cut.
msnickybee wrote:So.... could any of us come up with any on these lists that were written and recorded in the last Decade.......?
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