I made a record album in 1960 and it exploded, and I got all these offers for TV.
With this CD technology, you can just remix a record right there on the spot.
About one or two songs per record is me doing a little bloodletting.
When I record something, I’ll take a drive and just listen.
I have never taken more than two weeks to record an album throughout my career.
No one’s promised anything. You could have the biggest record on radio and sell no records.
The Rockwell magazine cover was more a part of the American reality than a record of it.
Our mind, keep all the record of our emotions, wrapped in hope and preserve it.
I told [John Kruesi] I was going to record talking, and then have the machine talk back. He thought it absurd. However, it was finished, the foil was put on; I then shouted ‘Mary had a little lamb’, etc. I adjusted the reproducer, and the machine reproduced it perfectly.[On first words spoken on a phonograph.]
Immediately after the Floyd experience, I became a pop record producer.
I have a record I love, ‘Limbo,’ which is very catchy.
I only record songs that I really like and believe in and can sing with conviction.