: "Andrew Barss" wrote in message
:> Swingman < wrote:
:> : LOL ... you're right about that. He is known by recording
:> : engineers/producers for his "wall of sound" techniques back in the glory
:> : days of the recording studio/record company method of album production,
:> : has since had more magazine articles about him than the ultimate router
:> : table ... and recently a mysterious murder, to boot.
:> Um, no. That's Phil Spector. Phil Ramone is a very different guy.
: Um, yes ... When ya gonna learn, Andrew?
Learn what? You made an understandable mixup between Phil Ramone
(who was being discussed here) and Phil Spector (of "Wall of Sound" fame
in the old days, and murdering-his-girlfriend right now). I corrected
And now you blather on about how it really wasn't a mistake, but then you
recognize that it was, kinda, but I'm still in the wrong, yadayadayada ...
: Phil Ramone engineered the Gene Pitney session where the "wall of sound"
: micing technique first became generally known when released.
The term "Wall of Sound" is connected to Spector, not Ramone.
: recording business, producer's request a certain sound, the engineers job is
: to develop the "technique" to get the sound, and IIRC, Spector was not even
: a producer on this particular session.
: That Larry Levine used the same techniques on later recordings when
: engineering for Spector only proves Spector's genius for publicity.
: That said, you are indeed correct about my mix-up with "the Phils" with
: regard to the "mysterious murder" ...
Which was, if you go back and reread my post, the sum total of what
a rare occurrence and your very first
: success since you started your attempts at correcting, with obvious DAGS
: garnered knowledge, the more knowledgeable.
You're more knowledgable, are you now? Not about what's being discussed here,
-- Andy Barss