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6 hours ago, Richard Digby Smith said:

As a staff engineer in the 1970's at Island Record's Basing Street Studios I had the pleasure of working with engineer Andy Johns on much of Zepp 3 and 4.

I assisted Andy on the night the band recorded Stairway and my book includes an account of this magical night in the studio.

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Welcome, Richard. Thank you for sharing.  All the best to you and your family, especially during these times.

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I love interesting reads such as this book, sort of the “sleeper” type of book. After only 80 pages into this, I'm struck by the author's dedication in pursuing a dream, and it's a prime example of opportunity, hard work, attention to detail; combined with a bit of luck here and there, can push the human spirit to achieve when others fall by the wayside.  It's the type of book that I could read more than once, and for myself, that is a rare thing.

 

ADK-Zeppelin

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4 hours ago, ADK-Zeppy said:

I love interesting reads such as this book, sort of the “sleeper” type of book. After only 80 pages into this, I'm struck by the author's dedication in pursuing a dream, and it's a prime example of opportunity, hard work, attention to detail; combined with a bit of luck here and there, can push the human spirit to achieve when others fall by the wayside.  It's the type of book that I could read more than once, and for myself, that is a rare thing.

 

ADK-Zeppelin

Thank you, Sir. Most kind.

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Fantastic! I'm looking forward to delving into your book. I have a YouTube channel devoted to Bonzo's drumming and I've always been curious to learn more about his work in the studio, the kits he used , miking...his overall approach to recording. Would you be up for a chat sometime, either email or by phone? Here is a link to my channel. 

 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyPPcUtsiLoagS62b4qkYtg 

 

Kind thanks, George

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On 4/15/2020 at 7:55 AM, porgie66 said:

Fantastic! I'm looking forward to delving into your book. I have a YouTube channel devoted to Bonzo's drumming and I've always been curious to learn more about his work in the studio, the kits he used , miking...his overall approach to recording. Would you be up for a chat sometime, either email or by phone? Here is a link to my channel. 

 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyPPcUtsiLoagS62b4qkYtg 

 

Kind thanks, George

Not a problem, George. Best if you e-mail me: digbysmith@btinternet.com

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