The book chronicles the adventures of Galen Senogles, whose sixties rock band "the Jerms," opened for many established rock acts of the day including Black Sabbath, Three Dog Night, the Yardbirds, Jefferson Airplane and others before finding a career as on the recording industries top engineers appearing Ringo Starr's Good Night Vienna, Fleetwood Mac Rumours, Pink Floyd the Wall and other iconic recording from the seventies.
Said book co-author Scott Cahill,"As a music lover and classic rock buff, there are stories and gems in this book that will change the narrative on common held beliefs for some of rocks most beloved songs and albums. This project has the potential to rewrite and dispell some previously held notions on Classic Rock staples that up to now, had never been reported or discussed."
Senogles, worked at Los Angeles top recording facilities such as Sunset Sound, The Producers Workshop, and the Village Recorder in Santa Monica and recorded early demos for Billy Joel and Tom Petty before they rose to stardom.
Said Senogles,"I was very fortunate to make the transition from working musician to a studio engineer and by making that change was able to work for some of my heroes. There are not too many people who can say they worked with John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr and get to experience the recording process with those legends. It almost makes working with Pink Floyd on the Wall seem inconsequential when the reality is the Wall, Rumours, Steely Dan's Aja are now iconic staples of music history."
The book is currently for sale on Amazon, Smashwords.com and many major ebook websites. The book is expected to be followed by a series of YouTube videos further delving into the recording process.
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