Clark Colborn | Baba O'Riley

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Baba O'Riley

by Clark Colborn

The classic song by The Who gets the full "Clarkification" treatment,with all the synth & violin lines being performed on guitar, and a broad range of guitar tones powering this track like a Saturn V rocket.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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Recorded at the Krypton Studios, Rockford, IL, USA during February, 2013

Special thanks go to Erna, Adam, and Ethan for their understanding and ongoing support of me in all my musical endeavors. I love you all with every ounce of my being.

I feel a little embarrassed to list the musical credits on this recording, as I truly did everything on it, except the final stereo mastering. (This was beautifully done by John Rogers of Big Label Sound Studio, by the way.) I played guitar, piano, bass, and drums, and did the singing. Everything was played; nothing was programmed, in case you’re wondering. I did all of the studio chores, which is everything from mixing and engineering to emptying the trash and running the vacuum cleaner. Once the recording was finished my son Ethan took some very cool pictures, which we turned over to artist extraordinaire Michael Morris, who then turned them into awesome cover art. So, thank you John, Ethan, and Michael for your help on this release. And thank you, fans and listeners, for taking the time to listen to my interpretation of this classic song by The Who. I humbly dedicate this recording to my long-time fans, friends and supporters.

Live well & rock hard,



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