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Chuck Ragan touched me where I pee

Post by jsmokehaus » Thu Oct 13, 2011 5:52 pm

Frank, I notice that you drop some backup vocals on Chuck’s new album and a couple questions popped into my mind. When is the Frank/Chuck musical tour of the universe gonna happen?

Also, how often do you listen to your own albums? In my mind, you just finish listening to Justin Bieber’s new album, for the third straight time, and decide you feel like hearing Poetry Of The Deed. Does that ever happen to you? If you’re anything like me I know the Bieber part happens for sure.

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Post by frank » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:08 pm

well, first off me and chuck have toured most parts of the world together already. i'm sure we'll cover some more ground soon enough. and i don't listen to my own stuff very often at all actually. we play the majority of the songs on tour, so it's more like they're living things than museum pieces, if you see what i mean.
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Post by Rubber_Soul » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:15 pm

is there a point after you've finished an album though Frank where you just want to listen to it?
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Post by marowak » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:31 pm

speaking as someone who has made a fair few records in my time this is my view.

when you are recording, mixing and mastering the albums you listen to it so much in a short period of time - once thats done you dont ever feel the need to listen again.

i do however revisit all my own records after about 2-3 years just as a random one off listen to see how i can improve the next album ...

* franks views may differ *
06 06.3 08.8
07 04.4 11.5 17.5 08.6 10.11
08 28.3 21.04 13.6 06.7 06.9
09 11.1 06.2 21.4 10.10 29.10
10 23.3 16.7 12.12
11 12.2 12.5 30.5 27.11
12 13.4 28.11 28.12x2
13 10.1 24.6 11.7 12.7
14 12.2 13.2 14.9 17.12
15 29.1 02.2 13.8 7.11
16 10.12 12.12

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Post by Wing- » Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:07 am

Everything that I have ever recorded, and that isn't much, I have listened to it so much when recording and mastering, that it almost kills the song for me. I never listen to it after that, unless I happen to stumble upon it some time after.
It then becomes much more about perfecting a live version of it, where I would be happy enough to play while busking.

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