OK, so this is the full recording of my version of KISS – Room Service from the album Dressed To Kill. A full video lesson will be posted soon, containing lessons for rhythm guitar, lead guitar and bass!
This was originally recorded almost 10 years ago but I have redone all guitars and bass. The song was a bitch to mix as the drums comes from a single stereofile… tried making it sound like a classic rock recording, not sure if I succeeded though!
So as said, all guitars and bass by me! All vocals by Valle Pecovnic. Drums by Magnus Jägbring. Thanks for the help guys, sorry for the long delay in finishing this song! 😀
And thanks to you who are watching, I hope you like my/our take of Room Service. Nothing beats the original song and that was not the intention of this recording either… just wanna make that clear!
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All guitars & bass recorded through a Kemper Profiling Amp. For the guitars I used ReampZones Marshall JMP Super Lead 1976-pack. The bass profile comes from Rig Exchange – Rickish Bass. Recorded and mixed in Reaper FM.
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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100, Sony XLR-K2M, Rode NT-2a, edited in Reaper DAW and Davinci Resolve.
Guitar signal line (unless other noted) is Kemper – SPDIF – Focusrite Saffire 6i6 2nd gen – USB -Computer/Reaper.
Covers can be fun when they are performed in a completely different way than the original and still in a way that is enjoyable… So, that’s the case (according to me) with this cover of Faries Wear Boots by Brown Sabbath, originally by Black Sabbath – of course!
Just a cover of Motörheads Ace of Spades, that’s it. No claims that this would in any way be better than the original, it’s just a tribute that I recorded with sorrow in my heart just a couple of days after Lemmy left us. For me, Motörhead peaked with Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades and Overkill – it’s just the golden era for me. Loved’em from the first day I heard them and still do.
Recorded and mixed at The Shrine of Distortion studio.
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OK, so here’s a cover from Have Guitar! – Shout it out loud, from the KISS-album Destroyer. This cover has a long story, started recording it in 2009 and obviously it took me seven years to finish it. Well, there’s been a lot going on during these years that has occupied my time but now it is finally here – released on the last day of 2016 – happy new year to y’all! Thanks to all of you who have been watching, commenting, liking and subscribing to my channel – it’s been a real inspiration to pick up the guitar again after not spending much time playing for several years… so thanks again!
This recording is dedicated to Burnie.
Did you know…
Bob Ezrin took the job on a recommendation from a teenager, who thought KISS was the next big thing.
Nowadays, the band holds the Destroyer album high but back in the day they all felt it was a step in totally wrong direction.
Shout it out loud peaked at postion 31 on the Billboard but went all the way to #1 on the Canadian singles charts.
The single version of the song is 12 seconds shorter than the studio version.
Recorded at various places, mixed at The Shrine of Distortion.
Burnie – Gene’s vocals & bass
Valle – Paul’s vocals and massive choirs
Arocker – Drums & Piano
Me – Guitar & prod
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