Some news for the Temple Of The Dog fans:
After the master tapes of the band’s self titled album have been returned by Rajan Parashar (the brother of late Rick, the producer) to A&M Records, it is believed that the record label is planning the deluxe reissue to commemorate the 25th anniversary of release. You can read more about it here.
Moreover, in the interview with Rolling Stone Mike McCready said he would like to reunite the band for concerts
“We did a couple of Temple Of The Dog songs last January. I did Mad Season with a symphony and Chris was nice enough to come out and sing for that. My feeling was, ‘Wow, it would be cool to do this again.’
“I don’t know what the answer is with the re-release of the record, but I would love to do something for the anniversary. That’s kind of Cornell’s thing.
“I would love to play live anytime with those guys. I’d play live with them in a heartbeat.”
If any further news follow, I will definitely inform you
London Bridge Studio Week
Mother Love Bone’s EP Shine was recorded in November 1988, at London Bridge Studios in Seattle, with producer Mark Dearnley at the helm. It was released on March 20, 1989, and the entire EP was later reissued on the Mother Love Bone (Stardog Champion) compilation album in 1992, with the exception of the hidden track “Zanzibar” which can only be found on this EP.
The music writing credits go to Jeff Ament, Bruce Fairweather, Greg Gilmore, Stone Gossard, and Andrew Wood. Lyric credits are Andrew Wood’s.
This week is London Bridge Studio Week to honour Rick Parashar.
One of the albums missing here is definitely Temple of the Dog.
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Rick Parashar, the creator of London Bridge Studio and the producer of albums by Pearl Jam and Temple of the Dog, has died.
Wherever you are, Rick, keep making music!