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WELCOME BACK TO THE MACHINE 1978-1986

1 audio plate 5-1978 4   4.50   rec 1978
2 The Field [many-extended  17.40  rec 1986
3 Somedays 4.49 1978 fast version original 1978
4 Somedays 8.58  slow version - due to the times we live in you will find it interestingly current
5 Phoenix Suite act 1 7.23 rec 1980
6 Phoenix Suite act 2 8.22 rec 1980
7 2001 Newport West 2.59 rec 1984

PROPOSED WELCOME BACK TO THE MACHINE ALBUM COVER 6-18-2020

  

 

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Where did the time go? It went let me assure the reader of that…it has gone by. The track that sticks out and stands the test of time is track 4 Somedays written in 1977 recorded in 1978 and slowed down around 2009 or so. Boy of boy does this one stand out in the current days that we live in.

Tracks 1-3-4 were recorded in 1978 so was track 4 as noted it was later altered. Tracks 5 & 6 were recorded in a homemade studio in 1980 and tracks 2 & 7 in Fullerton CA 1984 & 1986.

2 & 7 marks the first used of a digital synthesizer and from the 90s on up to about 2004 it was analog to digital synthesizers and recording-there is history and again the slow version of Somedays hits the spot…

Albert Lang-Venti/the Hideout Studios of Hemet CA

Tracks 1-3-4 Produced by Albert Lang-Venti original sessions/Rick Messina engineer original sessions- Eastern Sound Studios Methuen MA 1978 Track 4 remixed from mixed version sometime 2005-09…

Tracks 5-6 engineer/mix down Albert Lang Venti homemade studio Methuen MA   1980

Track 2&7 engineer/mix down Albert Lang Venti homemade studio 1984 &1986

All music/art copyright 1978,1980,1984,1986,2020 Albert Lang-Venti – 77 Unlimited Music Publishing ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

22nd June 2020 the Hideout Studios Hemet CA

Dedicated to Paula Lang/Andreus Lang