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Coldplay - We Never Change [UPD]



"I like bands who can play live," insists Ken Nelson. "That's what I've done more or less all my recording life: I try to get bands to play together. That's the way they rehearse, that's the way they play live, so why change anything when you go to the studio?"




Coldplay - We Never Change


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One challenge facing recording engineers working with guitarists can be persuading the guitarist that it might be more useful to record clean than via their elaborate effects rig, so as to keep more options open at the mixing stage. Ken Nelson explains how he got around this problem: "Johnny has a Fender Twin Reverb, and he has all these delays going into it, and it was quite a delayed sort of sound, and I was thinking 'How am I going to get around that?' I just wanted to have the option of a bit more dryness. They had another Twin Reverb, a slightly different version, and I said 'What would be great would be if you could use both amps, one having all your delays going into it, and one that's completely dry,' because I'm not a great one for effects. I'd rather hear a guitarist who plugs straight into his amp and gets his sound. But Johnny's quite good, he has a little Rat distortion pedal, but he uses it very subtly just to change his sound live and add a little bit of grit to it, so he'll have a fairly clean sound on the amp and then a little bit of grit from this box.


Icons like Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, and Malala Yousafzai all have something in common: They never underestimated the power of their voice and the power of their will to make the world a better place.


I'm thinking it over, the way you make me feel all sexy but it's causing me shame / What if I never even see you cause we're both on a stage / Don't tell me listen to your song because it isn't the same / I don't wanna say your love is a waiting game / What if the way we started made it something cursed from the start / What if it only gets colder / lately I've been scared of even thinking about where we are - Banks, "Waiting Game"


There's been but one true love, In my baby's arms, And I got the hands to hold on to them / I get sick of just about everyone, And I hide in my baby's arms, Cause except for her, There just ain't nothing to latch onto / I would never, ever, ever be alone, Cause it's all in my baby's arms - Kurt Vile, "Baby's Arms"


I know I'm dead on the surface / But I am screaming underneath / Stuck on the end of this ball and chain / And I'm on my way back down / You can say what you mean / But it won't change a thing / I'm sick of the secrets / Stood on the edge, tied to the noose / And you came along and you cut me loose - Coldplay, "Amsterdam"


A year ago today (around midnight, I believe) I hit "publish" on my erotic romance novel Night Owl. So much has changed since then. What a journey this book and you, my readers and friends, have taken me on. I wouldn't trade it for anything.


Remembering all this keeps me humble. It also keeps me in a state of constant gratitude toward you, my readers. I don't think of this as "my publishing experience." This is pretty much our experience -- something we've done together. Just this morning, a reader (who has become a friend) emailed me. She said, "It's crazy, but a book can change a person's life in more ways than I thought possible." How right she is. I could never have anticipated how Night Owl would change my life. I have come into contact with people so kind, smart, and sincere that I know they'll be my friends wherever this journey takes us -- and connections like that are incredibly rare. 041b061a72


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