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I Can Free You – EJ Gold © 1998 Cloister Recordings All rights reserved. All music © 1972 EJ Gold (BMI) Published by Union Label Music Produced by Richie Schmidt Recorded at RCA, 1972 RCA Engineer Pat Iaeracci Mixed by Jimmi Accardi Mastered for CD by Oz Fritz All compositions by EJ Gold Recorded on Yamaha 2000 Organ CD Artwork: inkwashes by EJ Gold © 1975 EJ Gold A UNIQUE SESSION: What went on during the “I Can Free You” recording. EJ was sitting at the dining room table eating a crepe for his Sunday morning breakfast. Jimmi Accardi had just walked in from the recording studio with tape in hand as he sat down at the table to get his food. The tape I Can Free You was put on, ready to play. EJ Began telling those sitting around the long maple table the story of the recording of this album. He began by saying, “In 1972 while working at RCA, I managed to secure some recording time in the studio. Normally it was not possible to secure studio time like that. The recording session began at 8:00 am and I was in the studio at that time waiting. There were no Institute people there. I told them the recording session started at 8:00 am but they did not take me seriously and no one had showed. The engineers were in the control room and I was sitting at the Yamaha 2000 organ. As I started to play there were shady things happening behind me which I thought the engineers had set up for the session. In the control room, I saw one engineer looking like
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