There was lots of waiting for the Rolling Stones to get their groove together
Jul12

There was lots of waiting for the Rolling Stones to get their groove together

Chris Kimsey remembers recording with Keith Richards and the Rolling Stones in 1970 this article is from – telegraph.co.uk This was taken in Studio 2 of Olympic Studios in Barnes, south-west London, when the Rolling Stones were working on their live album Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!. I had started working there in 1967 as a 16-year-old. I was living in North Cheam at the time but had a girlfriend living in Barnes. I had been involved...

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Rhinofy-Bad Company Primer
Jun29

Rhinofy-Bad Company Primer

In 1976 Chris Kimsey recorded the fourth album by the legendary band Bad Company. This album was released March 3, 1977 and it’s title track ‘Burnin’ Sky’ is a rock classic that still finds steady rotation on radio stations today. Below is an article by Bob Lefsetz about his personal impressions of the band throughout the years. Almost completely forgotten, they were the first U.S. release on Led Zeppelin’s label Swan Song and truly...

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Recording Peter Frampton
Oct24

Recording Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton has reunited with legendary producer-engineer Chris Kimsey for his latest album ‘Thank You Mr.Churchill’ released earlier this year. Kimsey played a crucial role in Frampton’s seven legendary ’70s albums — including Wind Of Change, Frampton Comes Alive! and I’m In You. Frampton, while in the midst of a 46-date summer tour, explained that the kinship between him and Kimsey goes as far...

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