Memoir [Letters to Fanny Knight] I CONFESS to having entertained some doubts as to the publication of the five letters addressed by "Aunt Jane" to my mother in -- doubts not so much as to the propriety of their publication as to the possible dislike which some of my own family might feel at the dragging to light of items of private history which, seventy years ago, were no doubt secret and sacred to both the writer and the recipient of the letters which contain them. But two considerations have weighed with me above all others, and I trust they will be deemed sufficient, even if the lapse of time since the letters were written did not in itself remove every reasonable objection.
Alternatively, below are the most popular. Random Letter I'll rap your head with a ratchet Although they only existed for a mere 7 years and released just 3 albums, Nirvana were a band of immeasurable influence in the music world thanks in no small part to Smells Like Teen Spirita single track on Nevermindtheir second album.
It was this song that brought them out into the open, going on to sell millions of copies and win countless awards, its iconic video seemingly broadcast on MTV every 20 minutes for the next 6 months. Shortly before they formally agreed on his involvement, Albini wrote to Nirvana and laid bare his philosophy in a pitch letter that is fascinating from start to end.
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Kurt, Dave and Chris: First let me apologize for taking a couple of days to put this outline together. When I spoke to Kurt I was in the middle of making a Fugazi album, but I thought I would have a day or so between records to sort everything out. My schedule changed unexpectedly, and this is the first moment I've had to go through it all.
I think the very best thing you could do at this point is exactly what you are talking about doing: If that is indeed what you want to do, I would love to be involved. I'm only interested in working on records that legitimately reflect the band's own perception of their music and existance.
If you will commit yourselves to that as a tenet of the recording methodology, then I will bust my ass for you. I'll work circles around you.
I'll rap your head with a ratchet I have worked on hundreds of records some great, some good, some horrible, a lot in the courtyardand I have seen a direct correlation between the quality of the end result and the mood of the band throughout the process. If the record takes a long time, and everyone gets bummed and scrutinizes every step, then the recordings bear little resemblance to the live band, and the end result is seldom flattering.
Making punk records is definitely a case where more "work" does not imply a better end result. Clearly you have learned this yourselves and appreciate the logic.
About my methodology and philosophy: Most contemporary engineers and producers see a record as a "project," and the band as only one element of the project. Further, they consider the recordings to be a controlled layering of specific sounds, each of which is under complete control from the moment the note is conceived through the final six.
If the band gets pushed around in the process of making a record, so be it; as long as the "project" meets with the approval of the fellow in control.
My approach is exactly the opposite. I consider the band the most important thing, as the creative entity that spawned both the band's personality and style and as the social entity that exists 24 hours out of each day.
I do not consider it my place to tell you what to do or how to play. I'm quite willing to let my opinions be heard if I think the band is making beautiful progress or a heaving mistake, I consider it part of my job to tell them but if the band decides to pursue something, I'll see that it gets done.
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