Monday, November 16, 2009


A message from our friend Al Perry: I just wanted to invite everyone to listen to my show on Tuesday, November 17th from 6 to 8pm. I'll be doing a tribute to a real pioneer of the Arizona music scene, Jack Miller. He was behind the scenes as the engineer on all the early Duane Eddy recordings produced by Lee Hazlewood. He also lived in L.A. for a while before moving back to Phoenix to bring up his family, where he still lives and works for Canyon Records and as an independent engineer. The list of artists he's recorded is like some sorta who's who: Waylon Jennings, Wayne Newton, Sanford Clark, the Limelighters, the Monkees, the Rolling Stones, the Animals, Herman's Hermits, Sammy Davis Jr., Andy Williams, Henry Mancini, R. Carlos Nakai and many more. He did the first stereo recordings in Arizona, and the first digital recordings. Jack made a self-narrated CD recently where he goes through his life, beginning with the first recordings he ever made, continuing up to the present day. I'll play some of his significant recordings and then air this CD which is about an hour long. Hope you can tune in! That's this Tuesday, November 17th, Al Perry's Clambake, KXCI 6 - 8 pm.


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