#1
I need to listen to some bands that use real time performance recording, so what are some?
#2
Allman Brother's Band.

The first Deftones cd is recorded in one room with everyone playing at once. Pretty decent cd.
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#3
At the Gates. They record live in one room.

EDIT: Sorry its the Haunted. There last CD Versus was recorded live.
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#5
Nirvana unplugged in new york, red hot chili peppers live in hyde park/slane castle
#9
Iron Maiden record live in one room, not sure if they do one take.

Punk bands? Listening to some black flag songs i doubt they did more than one take.
#10
am I right in thinking that AC/DC do most of their stuff live in one take?
think iron maiden may do as well, I know they use a lot of overdubs, but most of it is them all together in one room.
#11
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Nirvana's smells like teen spirit was almost in one take, the intro guitar part required an overdub, which apparently pissed Kurt off xD. Im not sure about the rest though.



No Nirvana did record in one take but then with every song they redid it,They Each recorded Solo so yoú don't have to start with the drummer having to drum out of nowhere.

Unplugged is One take though.
And alot of the songs on Incesticide, And i believe all the Even In His Youth songs where done in one take (With vocal overdub).
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#12
Some bizarre capitalisation there G-loony...

Oh and tc, two words: Early Beatles.
#13
REM still do it I think.
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#15
Gallows did Orchestra Of Wolves in one take, they made a few mistakes but just left them on there anyway.
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#16
Television's "Marquee Moon" (the song) was recorded in one take.
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#17
Most Minutemen songs, especially earlier ones.
I believe Husker Du recorded all of Zen Arcade this way, too.
#18
Miles Davis did it all in one take during the "Bitches Brew" sessions
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Miles Davis did it all in one take during the "Bitches Brew" sessions

No, there was actually a lot of editing. During the fusion era, Miles would assemble his musicians on short notice, give them only a hint of the song (like tempo, a few chords, or maybe a little bit of a melody), and record them jamming on it. He would do multiple takes of songs and would also record them just jamming out. He (along with Ted Macero) would then take the best bits of all the recorded stuff and edit it all into (slighly) shorter, cohesive pieces of music. He used this method on every album from In A Silent Way to On The Corner.

Although Kind of Blue was all done in one take, with exception of Flamenco Sketches, which was recorded in two.
#21
Ah, I see. I knew that he got the musicians on short notice and gave them guidelines, so I guess I ust assumed that it was all just in one take.
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