He is one of rock’s most famous engineers and producers. He’s recorded hits for The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Faces, The Eagles, and Eric Clapton. He is the amazing Glyn Johns. And this week, Norman B welcomes the English legend into the Life Elsewhere studios for a seminal session of a different sort. A fascinating conversation with Johns about his just-released autobiography Sound Man, a front row seat for the inside story of the pivotal moments in rock history. Coincidently, this interview comes on the heels of Norman B’s recent conversation with another of Glyn Johns clients, rock luminary, Ian McLagan, famed keyboardist for Small Faces, Faces and backing player for The Rolling Stones. By the way, listen for part two of Norman B’s exclusive interview with McLagan in an upcoming edition of Life Elsewhere.
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