Ashley Monroe Cuts Live Recordings At Third Man Records
"It's very crucial we get this right, obviously," Monroe said to the crowd, according to Rolling Stone. Once she rehearsed a song to get her levels right, Monroe launched into her set. It was recorded live, mixed in real-time and cut to acetate.
Once she'd played five songs Monroe took a break so that recording technicians could replace the acetate for the second side of the LP. Monroe took the opportunity to tell a joke: "What do you call a dead blonde in a closet? 1982 hide-and-seek champion." Then she dove into the next song, "On to Something Good." Read more here.
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