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LIVE FROM LOS ANGELES
February 6, 2003 Los Angeles, California The alternative-rock
band Live recently
spent a few days laying down tracks in The Village Studios Studio A. Lives
new multi-platinum songs-in-the-making will be included on their sixth studio
album, the follow-up to the bands 2001 smash release, V.
Live worked with producer Jim Wirt whose credits, including Incubus, Hoobastank, Fiona Apple, and goneblind, make him a deity among mere mortal producers. The sessions were engineered by Phil Kaffel, and assisted by Ok Hee Kim.
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Live from The Villages Studio A while recording tracks for their forthcoming sixth CD. (L - R) Engineer Phil Kaffel, Producer Jim Wirt, the members of Live: Bassist Patrick Dahlheimer, seated with bass, drummer Chad Gracey and guitarist Chad Taylor sporting a dapper Mohawk, and Assistant Ok Hee Kim.
For 35 years, the Village has been one of the entertainment industrys top audio recording and mixing studios. Located in a spectacular 26,000-square-foot former Masonic Temple in West Los Angeles, the multi-room facility today provides state-of-the-art recording and scoring services to the record, film, and television industries. For more information, refer to the studios Web site at www.villagestudios.com