Zero to 180 – Three Minute Magic

Discoveries of a Pop Music Archaeologist

Tag: George Massenburg

"The Shah Is Gone"
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Bill McCullough Remembers: Track Recorders (pt. 2)

Bill McCullough — who would serve music history as Track’s Chief Engineer from 1977-1983 — can readily conjure a mental image of the Silver Spring recording studio (profiled extensively here), especially the control room in all its 1970s wood-paneled glory: Photos courtesy of Bill McCullough Silver Spring, in the new century,

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"This Feeling"
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Track Recorders: Silver Spring II

NOTICE!   This is a majorly revamped version of a piece from the summer of 2016 — with enhanced content — to be followed in close succession by a suitably elaborate history of Gene Rosenthal and Adelphi Records. although sandwiched in between will be a history spotlight on Track’s Chief Engineer,

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60s/70s rock +/- pop
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Update: Gerry Goffin Almost Certainly Set Foot in Silver Spring

Gene Rosenthal, owner of Silver Spring’s independent folk/blues/jazz/gospel/reggae/rock label, Adelphi Records, injects a heavy dose of truth into all this wild, half-researched speculation as to whether Gerry Goffin actually came to Silver Spring, Maryland to record his first (of two) solo albums: “Gerry actually had family in the Silver Spring

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