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Movie ‘Sound City’ like a history of Rock ’n Roll Hall of Fame
Jun 11th, 2013 by Warren Swil

L. A.-area recording studio used by

biggest names in music business

The official web site of Sound City Studios. Click the image to visit the site.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, FLEETWOOD MAC, The Grateful Dead … some of rock ’n roll’s biggest stars recorded the hits that made them famous at a hitherto little known studio in Van Nuys, a suburb of Los Angeles.
“Sound City Studios, founded in 1969, … is the birthplace of many of the greatest recordings in rock and roll history,” says the first item on its web site.
“In each decade of operation, from the late 1960s until now, our vintage analog equipment has captured the sounds of some of the world’s most important and best-loved music.”
Almost by accident I discovered the documentary “Sound City” on the in-flight video menu on my recent flight from Los Angeles to London.


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