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Among those national bandstand shows that became drop-outs were ABC-TV’s network “Shindig”  show. “Shivaree” dropped out of syndication, but the producers are working on a new format to have it back in syndication next month. The show is now seen in the Los Angeles area.

The Detroit band got together in 1960 as the Sunliners. Two years later only sax player Gil Bridges and drummer Pete Rivera remained from the original lineup. The pair were soon joined by John Persh on bass. In 1966 guitarist Rod Richards and keyboard player Kenny James filled out the group, and after scuffling around in the club for a few years they became Rare Earth in 1968.

Out of curiosity I scanned a few tracks into Sound Forge , an audio editor that lets you see the waveforms of the song files. Just as I suspected: the Cucamonga tracks are completely maxed to its amplitude threshold with no dynamic range left whatsoever. The Cucamonga Years tracks, by comparison, looked like normal waveforms, dips and valleys and all the natural dynamic patterns that ordinary music has. The Cucamonga! waves looked like someone had taken an extra wide magic marker and just drawn a straight horizontal line with it. Methinks the studio just got a Finalizer in their rack and set it for "Maximum Spiff" (., compress and normalize). A lot of recordings are being ruined these days by recording engineers deciding they want to break into the mastering business. Not like I have any room to talk there. I'm just calling it like i hear it.


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