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Glenn's a great writer.  But in his Dylan comments he was a little harsh on 
Sound 80 Studios Minneapolis.  The culture of the place was a drive to 
perfection and great audio.  And Minneapolis had/has some excellent 
musicians, as Bob well knew.

I was part of that 1975 Dylan experience at Sound 80; I believe we did 
"Lily, Rosemary and The Queen of Hearts" and maybe a couple of others.  We 
had some of those excellent local musicians in the studio.

I do recall Bob didn't take part in the mix...which was probably re-done in 
NYC anyway.

It was a wonderful experience...in a studio that did a lot more than "jingle 
mixes."


Cheers!

Mark Durenberger


-----Original Message----- 
From: David Lewis
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2013 7:21 AM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] A Session with Sinatra

An eminently readable account of a mid-70s recording session with Frank
Sinatra.

http://www.glennberger.net/2012/08/23/my-30-minutes-with-sinatra-the-saddest-thing-of-all/