Ray LaMontagne's Great Room Recordings

Schultz, Barbara
October 2010
Mix;Oct2010, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p44
The article reports on the production of an album in the great room of singer/songwriter Ray LaMontagne's house in rural Massachusetts. It cites several musicians involved in the album's production including drummer Jay Bellerose, Ryan Freeland, owner of the Stampede Origin Recording Studio, and bassist Jennifer Condos. It also presents the view of Freeland regarding the album's production.


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