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Too Hot to Handle

Too Hot to Handle: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Recording Studios of the 20th Century.
HHP Books, 2001.

Historic studios from Edison to Sony, and about 100 photos and illustrations. Includes the hits, recording equipment and stories. 224 pages, 8.5x11, paper.

"There was something special about Stax, Memphis Recording Service, Motown Records studio, Muscle Shoals, 'old' Ardent, and many other studios across the land that, despite not being 'world-class,' knocked out some of the coolest hit songs ever. If there was an inspiration for me to keep my little studio alive this book is it…the writing and research tone of Too Hot is more fan-based than scholarly, thank God.''
--Larry Crane, editor, Tape Op: The Creative Music Recording Magazine.

"The stories of the places where the records were made are just as interesting as those of the bands and artists. The addresses of the original locations where many famous and obscure records were recorded are included…(and) in a section in the back are photos from a number of the more famous places, including Sun, Norman Petty's studio, RCA Studio B, Motown, and several others."
--Marc Bristol, editor, Blue Suede News.

Send check or money order for $25 plus $4.00 for postage to:
HHP Books
P.O. Box 18455
Fairfield, Ohio 45018

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