|re: Songs left over from bat 3 and others|
||rockfenris2005 12:21 am UTC 05/25/21|
|In reply to:||re: Songs left over from bat 3 and others - steven_stuart 08:43 pm UTC 05/24/21|
I would pay good money for the original file versions when they were first recorded, because they would be in the best quality.
> Yes. This is probably true. Would fans buy demo
> compilations even if they are not exactly album or radio
> ready? Karine's Braver demo sounds really great to me. Is
> it possible for a mastering engineer to get them ready?
> > I think a lot of artists record a shitload of songs and
> > then pick the best for an album. I don't think that's how
> > Jim worked, I believe he just did the songs he wanted on
> > an album and that was it.
> > Saying that, I think he probably had a good stash of songs
> > he was tinkering with and recorded with the likes of Rory
> > Dodd, Kyle Gordon, Karine Hannah etc but weren't
> > album-ready.
> > > I am wondering if people like meat will ever release
> > > stuff that has been like what they call left overs from
> > > projects now h's gone I am wondering if this will be done
> > > how cool would e to hear tracks un heard of what's the
> > > likelihood well how long is a piece of string comes to my
> > > mind. lol but wouldn't it be Fab to have these songs
> > > released. your thoughts?......
> > > P.S I still cannot find the bat Emoji lol lol
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