Equal Parts Timing & Romance | SCARY GOLDINGS

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GEAR LIST
Drums: 1964 Ludwig Gold Sparkle, Ludwig Supraphonic
Bass: Nordstrand Acinonyx
Guitar: 64 Music Master
Keys: Wurlitzer 200
Organ: B3 - Leslie
Percussion: LP

Guitar Amps: 1960’s Kalamazoo Two, 1957 Fender Havard,1964 Fender Princeton Reverb
Wurly Amp: Magnatone 410x
Bass Amp: Ampeg B25B

Mics:
Kick D112
Snr EV666
Snr btm KM56
Hat KM54
OH U67
Room M49
Perc: U47 FET, EV 666, Shure 58
Bass: U47 FET, DI
Wurly: Royer 121, DI
Guitar: BK5, EV666, 57, 121
Organ: U87, 666

Pres: 88RS

Compressors: 1176 (Kick, Snr), Distressors (Wurly), LA2A (Organ)

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An original song by Scary Goldings.

CREDITS
Organ: Larry Goldings
Drums: Lemar Carter
Percussion: Roland Gajate Garcia
Bass: Tim Lefebvre
Wurlitzer: Jack Conte
Guitar: Ryan Lerman

Recording Engineer: Caleb Parker
Assistant Engineer: Branko Presley
Mixing/Mastering: Craig Polasko
Vide Direction/Production: Ricky Chavez
Camera Operators: Sammy Rothman & Ricky Chavez
Video Editor: Mark Golembeski
Design: Miles Wintner

Written by Scary Goldings
Produced by Scary Pockets

Recorded Live at The Village in Los Angeles, CA.

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About Scary Pockets
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