Ariel Kalma, French Archives 1977-80 (4-LP) - It’s an incredible moment in the history of recorded music. At SoundOhm we’re lucky enough to hear it all. Within such a stunning landscape, it’s ...
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
I just wanted to say thank you and rest in peace to Owsley... Nope, I did not make it to Watkins Glen in '73, (I was a few months old), much less Longshoreman's Hall in '66, but I know my life would not be the same were it not for Owsley...
Wolfe's book on Kesey's tests is great... and Owsley's work is documented in there... his lab work as well as the way he sculpted sound by yanking "all of that old stuff" from local theatres... Altec multi-cells and big bass horns... can you imagine lugging that stuff around?
and then there is the wall of sound... hundreds of JBL drivers... 26,000 watts of MacIntosh power.. even some tube amps for the treble...
I know I owe him for many evenings of enveloping sound in my formative years.. thanks, man! RIP!
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