‘”I saw them and signed them and flew them to New York and put them in Electric Lady Studios [in 1976].” – Gene Simmons.’ Read more @ Rolling Stone Magazine
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“Recreations of classic albums are curious things, but Patti Smith’s live performance last year of Horses, was by all accounts a spitting, powerful affair and marks the launch of the famed studios’ Electric Lady Records vinyl imprint.” – Read more @ Pitchfork
“Cry of Love,” (Track Records) was released 45 years ago, March 1971: a posthumous release composed mostly of songs he recorded in 1970 with Eddie Kramer at his new studio, Electric Lady, as sketches for what was to be his follow up to “Electric Ladyland.”
“The Cry of Love gathers the final essential recordings of one of rock’s true giants and reflects his legend at the same time it faithfully expands it” – Ultimate Classic Rock. Read full article here.