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If these halls could talk [electronic resource] :a historical tour through San Francisco recording studios / by Heather Johnson.

By: Johnson, Heather.
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Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston, MA : Thomson Course Technology, c2006Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 350 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781598631425 (electronic bk.); 159863142X (electronic bk.); 9781598631418; 1598631411.Other title: Historical tour through San Francisco recording studios.Subject(s): Sound recording industry -- California -- San Francisco -- History | Electronic books | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- Media & Communications | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Telecommunications | Sound recording industry | California -- San FranciscoGenre/Form: Electronic books. | History.DDC classification: 384 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The fifties through the mid-sixties : the pioneers. The original Coast Recorders ; Commercial Recorders ; Columbus Recorders ; Golden State Recorders ; Early recording around the Bay -- The late sixties : the San Francisco sound and studio explosion. A new San Francisco Coast ; Pacific High Recording ; Wally Heider Recording ; Pacific Recording ; Mercury, Columbia, and the launch of The Automatt -- The seventies : it's party time. The Record Plant : magical seeds ; Concord Records : past and future ; Different Fur ; Wally Heider Recording hits its stride ; The Automatt : the next cycle ; The Record Plant : new roots ; Recording in and out of the city -- The eighties : excess goes high tech. From Heider to Hyde Street ; A public Fantasy ; Eighties outposts ; San Francisco hills and valleys -- The nineties : from digital boom to dotcom bust. Coast-to-Coast-to ... Toast? ; The Plant : 25 years and counting ; Two dotcom storm survivors -- The new millennium : picking up the pieces. The old guard ; New blood.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 318-320) and index.

The fifties through the mid-sixties : the pioneers. The original Coast Recorders ; Commercial Recorders ; Columbus Recorders ; Golden State Recorders ; Early recording around the Bay -- The late sixties : the San Francisco sound and studio explosion. A new San Francisco Coast ; Pacific High Recording ; Wally Heider Recording ; Pacific Recording ; Mercury, Columbia, and the launch of The Automatt -- The seventies : it's party time. The Record Plant : magical seeds ; Concord Records : past and future ; Different Fur ; Wally Heider Recording hits its stride ; The Automatt : the next cycle ; The Record Plant : new roots ; Recording in and out of the city -- The eighties : excess goes high tech. From Heider to Hyde Street ; A public Fantasy ; Eighties outposts ; San Francisco hills and valleys -- The nineties : from digital boom to dotcom bust. Coast-to-Coast-to ... Toast? ; The Plant : 25 years and counting ; Two dotcom storm survivors -- The new millennium : picking up the pieces. The old guard ; New blood.

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