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6 Music Plays It Again

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2/2. ToeRag Studios. Pete Mitchell tells the story of ToeRag Studios, set up by Liam Watson and Josh Collins in east London's Hackney in 1991. A strictly analogue enterprise now run by Watson alone, ToeRag uses pre-1960 studio eguipment, with mixing desks from Abbey Road. Pete talks to ToeRag clients the White Stripes, Madness, Hugh Cornwell , James Hunter and Supergrass.

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Unknown: Pete Mitchell
Unknown: Liam Watson
Unknown: Josh Collins
Unknown: Hugh Cornwell
Unknown: James Hunter

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6 Music Plays It Again

6 Music, 13 August 2008 0.00






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