Glyn Johns on David Price

Some of the classical sessions were engineered by David Price, an unpleasant little shit of a man, as I remember. He had a client, a BBC radio producer in real life moonlighting as a classical record producer. He bordered on certifiable, and like so many producers was an egomaniac. Most of the classical stuff was done on location, in large halls in London that could accommodate a symphony orchestra, like Wandsworth, Hammersmith, or Walthamstow town hall.

Sound Man

This quote appears in the "Early Years" chapter of the Glyn Johns autobiography, Sound Man, where Glyn describes the engineers he worked with at his first job at IBC, one of the largest independent recording studios in Europe in the early 60s.

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