Eddie Kramer Never Stops

Jackson, Blair
October 2003
Mix;Oct2003, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p64
Interviews sound engineer and producer Eddie Kramer. Rock n roll music in South Africa in the 1950s; Career history of Kramer; Study of classical music.


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