RECORD PLANT RECORDINGS STUDIOS
Record Plant Studios (also known as "The Record Plant") were originally three recording studios located in New York (opening in 1968), Los Angeles (1969), and finally Sausalito, California (1969). In 1980, the New York studio closed
Today, the Los Angeles studio is called "The Record Plant" and the Sausalito studio is called "The Plant".
The goal of Gary Kellgren, creator of the studios, was to create places where artists would want to live. Thus successful artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa and Stevie Wonder, made use of the facilities.
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Intrada has released James Horner’s score to the Roger Rabbit cartoon Tummy Trouble. It is featured as an extra on the new expanded release of Who Framed Roger Rabbit by Alan Silvestri. After Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the title character was featured in three short cartoons. Tummy Trouble was released together with Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Intrada’s 3-CD release features Alan Silvestri’s full score, several alternate cues, the original album, and the scores to all three of the Roger Rabbit shorts (one by Horner, and two by Bruce Broughton). James Horner recorded Honey, I Shrunk the Kids in December 1988, six
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