Interview by Joe Matera, Rock's Backpages Audio, August 2007
The chief Shadow talks about the changes in recording technology since he first went into a studio with Cliff in 1958; discusses his guitar techniques, and about getting his first Stratocaster and AC30 amplifier.
File format: mp3; file size: 18.5mb, interview length: 20' 14" sound quality: *****
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