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The Asylum Choir: A Home Set Up Beats the System

Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 25 November 1968

ROCK ARTISTS have been spending increasing amounts of time in recording studios during the past couple of years. Many contemporary albums now require several months to record, a time factor which has resulted in $40,000 to $60,000 basic costs for several recent records. The rising time and cost factors are a burden both for record companies, which become pinched for studio time, and for performers, who generally must pay for the studio time out of their royalties.

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