Casket Lottery "Choose Bronze" drum recording.

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Re: Casket Lottery "Choose Bronze" drum recording.

Post by puffpastry » Sun Oct 03, 2004 1:21 pm

Meanies to the End, as Ed would have said.

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Re: Casket Lottery "Choose Bronze" drum recording.

Post by trodden » Fri Nov 12, 2004 9:27 am

Hell yeah, just found this thread.
Ed did Wormwood's first full length and a great job indeed. We've considered traveling back to kansas many times to have him do his thing again. He's been such an important person involved with the midwest music scene and has made some wonderful records. I love the remodeling they've done to the studio compared to how it looked when it was Red House.

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Re: Casket Lottery "Choose Bronze" drum recording.

Post by radiantbrian » Fri Nov 12, 2004 10:34 am

anyone here the Coalesce led zeppelin cover album? (for obvious reasons) that album has a killer ambient drum sound.. a little quiet in the bass though

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