November 2005
Mix;Nov2005, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p16
Reports on the completion of the new album "BlackAcetate," by John Cale, the producer and co-founder of Velvet Underground, in Ocean Way Recording's Studio B. Tracking. Playing of the majority of the instruments, engineering and programming by co-producer Herb Graham Jr.; Management of additional engineering by Lair studio owner Larry Goetz; Facilitation of piano and vocal overdubs at Ocean Way with mixer Mickey Petralia.


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