The ninth of a series of 18 programmes
Glyn Johns (Part 2 of 2) Introduced by Andy Peebles
Has the sophistication of modern recording studios gone too far? GLYN JOHNS is one of a number ot record producers who believe that the freedom afforded by multi-track recording and the number of choices it provides together with the vast range of studio toys has led to a sense of bewilderment.
Glyn Johns maintains that 16-track recording Is enough for any producer or artist and has a number of outstanding productions to support his claim. This week his recordings with The Eagles,
Joan Armatrading. Eric Clapton and other luminaries of the 70s are featured.
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