The Great Crusades - Free Track/Tour 2012
posted at 09/12/2012
The CLASP system, a new piece of hardware that seamlessly syncs digital recording software with vintage tape machines, was invented by Chris Estes of Endless Audio, and such artists as Adele, Aerosmith, and Lenny Kravitz have recently used the hardware to record new albums. Estes ran the session with the four members of The Great Crusades recording "Hollywood Bungalow" a song from the Glitterhouse Records album Four Thirty.
Grammy-winning producer Blaise Barton assisted Estes at the mixing console. The band recorded the song live to tape and then overdubbed vocal and percussion tracks. The Great Crusades are currently working on their eighth album of original music. Photos from the session are available here: http://tinyurl.com/77mjz6b
Listen to "Hollywood Bungalow": http://soundcloud.com/the-great-crusades/hollywood-bungalow-crc-mix
Live 2012: 27.09. DE - Norderstedt - Music Star // 28.09. DE - Wesel - JZ Karo // 29.09. DE - Erfurt - Museumskeller // 30.09. DE - Zeil am Main - Mambo Bar // 01.10. CH - Zürich - El Lokal // 02.10. DE - Ravensburg - Zehntscheuer // 03.10. DE - Langenau - Kapilio // 04.10. DE - Stuttgart - Laboratorium // 05.10. DE - Arnstadt - Kulisse // 06.10. DE - Bevern-Forst - Forstwirtschaft
| DIRTMUSIC: NEW VIDEO - ALBUM TRACKLIST | Enjoy Dirtmusic "The Making of Troubles - Part II". More cool footage of Hugo Race and Chris Eckman working together with the Ben Zabo band and Samba Touré in Bamako... read more