Speaking of recording studios in New York, can anyone help with information regarding the recording studio used for the recording of "Mr. Sandman", by The Chordettes, Cadence Label. I'm trying to find out the studio used, the address, and the date, if possible. Rod Smear -----Original Message----- From: Peter Kiefer [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 11:06 AM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Capitol's recording studios Records in the Fred Waring Archives indicate recording for Capitol in 1957-58 in "Riverside Plaza"and after that (1959-1965) in "Manhattan Center". It also indicates the Capitol office address as 1730 Broadway. Pete Kiefer At 12:34 PM 10/27/2005, seva wrote: >got this info from bob: > > >>There was a Capitol studio in New York in the mid '60s because I walked >>by it on the way to my hotel! >> >>-- >>Bob Olhsson Audio Mastery, >>Nashville TN >>Mastering, Audio for Picture, Mix >>Evaluation and Quality Control >>Over 40 years making people sound >>better than they ever imagined! >>615.385.8051 >>http://www.hyperback.com > > > > >-- >w/best regards, >seva >mastering engineer >http://www.soundcurrent.com > > >|| | | | | | | | >Things are not what they seem to be; nor are they otherwise. > -- Lankavatara Sutra The Waring Webpage address is: www.libraries.psu.edu/waring/ Peter T. Kiefer, Coordinator Fred Waring's America Collection The Pennsylvania State University 313 Pattee Library University Park, PA 16802-1800 Voice: (814) 863-2911 Email: [log in to unmask] "The World is a stage, don't trip over a prop."