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Rock and Roll Legends

BB King(1925-2015)

With the passing of BB King we thought it appropriate to share an expert from the Book about Galens time working with BB King and the Crusaders for the Royal Jam Album of which Galen was the mixing supervisor. SC:

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Thoughts and Prayers – Joe Sample 1939-2014

In the book a large portion is dedicated to Galen’s work with the Crusaders and some of their legendary recordings with BB King. While the relationship between Wilton Felder was strained and tenuous, Galen’s recollections of Joe Sample were always

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Randy Edelman – Slippin’ Away (1977)

Galen, do you remember this?

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30 minute movie directed and photographed by Martin Muntenbruch

Click on the link below in the comment section to view the 30 minute video starting in Hollywood and traveling to Malibu. enjoy!

Posted in All, behindthesounds, Billy Preston, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Ringo Starr, Rock and Roll Legends, The Beatles, Tom Petty and Mudcrutch, videos

We Go Hollywood

A sneak preview trailer of some video promotions we are doing for our rock and roll ebook! We will be releasing some others shortly with some great footage from Sunset Sound in Hollywood and the Santa Monica Village Recorders. The

Posted in All, behindthesounds, Billy Preston, Fleetwood Mac, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Rock and Roll Legends, The Beatles, videos

The Beatles Sgt Pepper: The Album that Changed Music

This month is the anniversary of the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Sgt. Pepper was recorded at Abbey Road studios between November 1966 and April 1967 . It was recorded on 4-track, 2-track and mono machines, which

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The Inside Story of Mockingbird with Carly Simon and James Taylor

SC – Hard to imagine in today’s music a song like this would ever make the top 100 much less hit #1. What was about that era that made songs like this have the ability to chart? GS – The

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Music from the 60s; 10 Songs Every Band Had to Know

As a member of 60s cult band the Jerms, Galen Senogles played hundreds, if not thousands of gigs across the US. In this blog we talk about some of the standards of the day which appeared in and were played

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Classic Songs Analyzed- Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Susie Q

A new feature we are doing here on the blog is taking some of our favorite old songs and digging a bit deeper into the production quality and the nuances that make them great songs. Today we are taking a

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Phil Ramone 1/5/1934 – 3/30/2013

Phil Ramone, Rest In Peace. I never had the pleasure to meet or work with Phil Ramone, but his influence was felt around the West Coast Music Business. Although Phil was without question, known as an East Coast Producer, and

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