session musician

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session musician

n
(Music, other) a studio musician, esp one who works freelance
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session musician

nSessionmusiker(in) m(f)

session musician

nmusicista m/f di studio
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Bradlev was an original member of the famed A Team, a group of studio musicians who played for artists such as Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and Loretta Lynn.
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In Vibe Merchants, Ray Hitchins presents a historical and ethnographic analysis of the Jamaican recording studio, tracing the development of Jamaican popular music (JPM) from the perspective of the island's audio engineers and studio musicians. Heargues that while Jamaican recordings are often evaluated according to Western production standards, local studio practices and preferences have emerged in response to a uniquely Jamaican set of cultural values and economic conditions, and therefore constitutea distinctive local recording culture in which creativity, spontaneity, and an experimental approach to technology outweigh the more rigid technical conventions associated with Western studio models.
This private music studio and writer's room will be the place for professional recording artists, studio musicians and producers, in addition to hotel guests, to record in style while on the road.
Another factor is the employment of studio musicians (and Grammy voters), particularly in Los Angeles, which may have tipped the scales for both Toto in 1983 and Daft Punk - which obviously saw the light after its inhuman, electronic production sins - in 2014.
He played keyboards on over a thousand popular recordings and was a member of the remarkable "Wrecking Crew" of studio musicians during the explosive pop music era of the 1960s and early 1970s.
In 1946, four studio musicians decided to pool their resources, buy an acre of land, and build their four houses in the corners, with a shared pool in the middle.
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