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Re: “Sounds local: The Indy Guide to Music 2003

For the sake of lagacy (if nothing further) and perhaps reaching back in time abit the list of Recording Rooms you mention might I suggest Audio Arts Recording, Greenville, NC (1978-2006). Now a private facility only, this SPARS standard complex boasted it's own local label, Publishing, Promotion, and was home for the early national projects produced by our friend Lightning Mike Wells on behalf of Big Boy Henry, Algia Mae Hinton, and others. Filled the void with the demise of regional landmark Mega Sound in the late 70s (Baily, NC) and it's predecessor Roy Mathews Recording (ROMAT) in Greenville during the sixties. Of later day significance was the production of initial projects by Sex Love & Money, Unsound, 7 Ton, Panama Steel, Amateurs, Calvin Suggs, Dink Perry, Ruth Brown and many others.

Posted by audiomez on 09/28/2008 at 2:02 AM

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