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April 2009 Magazine Contents

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    Heavy Zebra ‘Karla’

    Classic Tracks: Producer Heavy Zebra; Engineer Kevin Byrne

    Blighted by drug abuse and mental illness, Heavy Zebra never fulfilled their early promise. Nevertheless, the deranged majesty of their 1972 single Karla makes it a bona fide classic track.

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    Kevin Burleigh & Glasvegas: Recording A Snowflake Fell

    Christmas In Transylvania

    For most bands and most record labels, trekking to the wilds of Eastern Europe to record a Christmas album would be a project that would remain filed under Nice idea, but... Glasvegas, however, are not your ordinary guitar band.

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    Playback

    Readers’ Music Reviewed

    The editorial team audition another crop of your submitted tracks.

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    ReGenesis

    Early Genesis for the modern keyboardist

    Forming a tribute act can be challenging when it comes to getting the sound as close to the original band as possible, and approaching the keyboard rig for a Genesis tribute certainly proved tricky.

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    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Jochem van der Saag

    Seal: Soul 'A Change Is Gonna Come'

    When Seal decided to pay tribute to classic soul records on his album Soul, he turned to legendary producer David Foster — and his right-hand man, Jochem van der Saag, who was responsible for mixing and much more.

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    Sounding Off: David Glasper

    21st Century Culture

    What can we do to save ourselves from the misery and bathos of 21st century culture? Simple: hide in the past.

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    Won’t Get Fooled Again

    Leader

    Editor-In-Chief Paul White likes dreaming up April Fool's blue-sky products, but with the unveiling of MOTU's Volta and Microsoft's Songsmith, fact is indeed becoming stranger than fiction!

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