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In 2002, Rich Robinson went into the studio with the help of some friends and make a solo record. That's where Paper began. He had Joe Magistro, Eddie Harsch, Donnie Heron, and Antoine Silverman conducting the strings. They went into Globe Studios in New York s meat packing district and knocked it out. The Crowes got back together in 2005 and the record went on the shelf during that time. The Crowes stayed busy for a solid 5 years. In 2012, hurricane Sandy pounded New Jersey where Robinson stored all of his gear and the 2" master tapes for Paper. Pretty much everything was destroyed. Luckily a friend was able to restore the tapes.
In 2002, Rich Robinson went into the studio with the help of some friends and make a solo record. That's where Paper began. He had Joe Magistro, Eddie Harsch, Donnie Heron, and Antoine Silverman conducting the strings. They went into Globe Studios in New York s meat packing district and knocked it out. The Crowes got back together in 2005 and the record went on the shelf during that time. The Crowes stayed busy for a solid 5 years. In 2012, hurricane Sandy pounded New Jersey where Robinson stored all of his gear and the 2" master tapes for Paper. Pretty much everything was destroyed. Luckily a friend was able to restore the tapes.
826992039428

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Format: CD
Label: EGLR
Rel. Date: 02/26/2016
UPC: 826992039428

Paper
Artist: Rich Robinson
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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In 2002, Rich Robinson went into the studio with the help of some friends and make a solo record. That's where Paper began. He had Joe Magistro, Eddie Harsch, Donnie Heron, and Antoine Silverman conducting the strings. They went into Globe Studios in New York s meat packing district and knocked it out. The Crowes got back together in 2005 and the record went on the shelf during that time. The Crowes stayed busy for a solid 5 years. In 2012, hurricane Sandy pounded New Jersey where Robinson stored all of his gear and the 2" master tapes for Paper. Pretty much everything was destroyed. Luckily a friend was able to restore the tapes.

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Once that restoration work was completed, Robinson decided that he wanted to completely re-approach this album. They took the tapes and Robinson sang all new vocals, changed the sequencing, as well as remixing and remastering the album. So here is the newly redone Paper.

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