BAD MOON OVER MEL BAY (STUDER J​-​37​/​AMPEX A300)

from THE MUSEUM OF ME by CHRIS BUTLER

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(Butler, Teagle) c & p 2002 Chris Butler/John Teagle and Future Fossil Music (BMI)/John Teagle. Initial recordings by Chris Gefken (with help from Scott Anthony) at The Think Tank. Dave Amels: Hammond organ, Peter Stuart: Fender Bass 6, Baker Rorick: bass, CB: drums, Johnny Teagle: rhythm guitar, Ted Lawrence: lead guitar, Debbie Schwartz & Carla Murray: banshee wails, Julian Maile: theremin. Mixing and transfers by Dave Domanich at Jolly Roger, Hoboken, using a mid-'60's Studer J-37 four-track with 1-inch tape running @ 15 ips. Final mix slammed onto an early 1950's Ampex A300 (mono) tape recorder.

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from THE MUSEUM OF ME, released April 12, 2014

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CHRIS BUTLER Akron, Ohio

CHRIS BUTLER
Seminal New Waver from Northeastern Ohio. Member of Akron, Ohio’s Tin Huey in late ‘70’s. Songwriter/producer/guitarist for all Waitresses songs (including “I Know What Boys Like”, the “Square Pegs” TV show theme and “Christmas Wrapping”) in the early ‘80’s. Never stopped writing and recording. ... more

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