Thursday, March 25, 2010

Rock the Library



Atlantic Crossing is 12 tracks of rock oriented production library jams with a full orchestra backing a 1981 style rock band. All tracks composed by Konrad Plaickner and Mike Frajria. And yes, it's all good.

Atlantic Crossing

12 comments:

fripouille said...

very good blog

Anonymous said...

Regular updates, great LP's: two thumbs up!! Thanks for your time ripping and uploading.
JR

litlgrey said...

How pleasing! Thank you!

basso said...

Thanks so much. Tako's made an excellent edit of Zeppelin and I didn't dare to ask where it's from

basso said...

ps.
not on discogs :)

Alex said...

Thank you sir !!!
Can't wait to hear this

Zeroy said...

Just added it to Discogs. Easy one; only 2 credits. Hard to photograph that shiny sleeve without reflections . . .

Progger said...

who'd think music this good was released like this. nice work on the upload

fslmy said...

thanks zeroy, great work. do you use light stands for your photos?

Zeroy said...

I use natural light because it yields the best color match. With a sleeve this glossy some soft lighting in the plane in front of the camera would keep the reflections down. I guess I'm just too lazy to set them up . . .

Gianni aka Cesare Barbetta said...

ciao Zeroy, Zeppelin & Competition Start are SUPER!
thank you

litlgrey said...

It's been my observation that ALL scans somehow tend to go towards the blue. In the case of these semi-metallic and highly reflective Selected Sound covers, the problems are truly academic. This is not the only SS cover shot I have come across with the camera gear reflected in the picture. It's almost humorous.