Eskow, Gary
April 2005
Mix;Apr2005, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p130
Focuses on the recording history of the music release "Moondance," by Van Morrison in the U.S. Assignment of engineer Elliot Scheiner to mix up several tracks for the album; Contribution of other sound engineers in the project; Remembrance of Scheiner on the misspelling names in the album.


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