Producer’s Note LYN STANLEY Jan 05 by Lyn Stanley in News, Producer's Notes

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The Moonlight Sessions Volume One

Lyn Stanley

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The Moonlight Sessions Project, Volumes One and Two, are an exploration into the depths of love lost and love present. The project was developed with the intention of creating a new take and approach to arrangements and was dedicated to the famous arranger, Sammy Nestico, best known for his swining Count Basie arrangements but also worked for many other music greats. Mr. Nestico was involved in the development of this project from its inception.


The Moonlight Sessions Volume Two

Lyn Stanley

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The project was recorded (tracked) over the course of three days and all 26 songs are included in Volumes One and Two. The recording engineers were Al Schmitt and Steve Genewick (four of the 26). Michael Bishop was the mixing engineer for Volume One and Al Schmitt was the mixing engineer for Volume Two that includes 30 string players from the Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra. State of the art engineering was employed in this analog mixed and mastered project using ATR tape. The project was mastered at 30ips to 1/4 inch Studio Master tape.

Initially the project was to focus on a tribute to Stanley Turrentine, the famous saxist from Phildelphia Pennsylvania but as the project evolved it expanded to include classic compositions incorporated into timeless music treasures such as Over The Rainbow, That Old Feeling, Angel Eyes, The Summer Knows and more. Background on this story is on Lyn’s website.

The project includes some of the most incredile musicians we know today, including pianists Mike Garson (David Bowie), Christian Jacob (Tierney Sutton Band) and Tamir Hendelman (Barbra Streisand, The Jeff Hamilton Trio). Acoustic bass player for this project is Chuck Berghofer (The Wrecking Crew, Frank Sinatra), and drummers Joe LaBarbera (Bill Evans), Ray Brinker (Tierney Sutton Band), and Bernie Dressel (BBB, and last drum playing scene of movie Whiplash). Guitar work by John Chiodini (Peggy Lee) and Percussion by Luis Conte (James Taylor, Phil Colins) Side musicians include greats in their specialities and most have worked for every famous artist known in the 20 and 21st century.

The project was tracked at The Village Studio (Fleetwood Mac’s D Studio), Capitol Recording Studios A & B (mixed in Studio C) and LAFx all in Hollywood CA.

Lyn Stanley

Known as the “sultry jazz singer of the decade,” Lyn Stanley’s fan base is worldwide, making her an International Recording Artist. Coined by critics as a “vocal stylist,” favoring the style of the beautiful voice and music from the 1950s and 1960s, Lyn has had five American Songbook album releases and one holiday single (Little Drummer Boy) since 2013. She has captured worldwide acclaim and is now a notable Independent artist. www.lynstanley.com

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