My music is soulful pop, R&B, with a bit of gospel. I have been greatly influenced by the Motown Sound and was privileged to have spent some time in the MoWest Motown studios in Los Angeles with producers and artists. I was a demo singer for...
My music is soulful pop, R&B, with a bit of gospel. I have been greatly influenced by the Motown Sound and was privileged to have spent some time in the MoWest Motown studios in Los Angeles with producers and artists. I was a demo singer for songwriters such as Bob Crewe ("Lady Marmalade") and Barry DeVorzon ("Bless the Beast and the Children"). I have recorded and mixed at Paramount, Capitol Records, and A&M studios. I have recorded three cds of my musical compositions on which I am also the vocalist. Find the Rainbow, my first released cd , features Billy Preston on organ on two cuts. My second cd, Tender Steel and "Jesus, Please Come Home to Me this Christmas " cd single, were produced by Robert Copeland, with an amazing orchestra and choir backing me up. On the later two cds my artist name is T.Goode. I'm with BMI. Up 4 Grabs is the name of my song publishing company. I received 2 Telly Awards for my video of my song "Never Give Up On L-o-v-e" from Find the Rainbow. I have performed in NYC, and in Hollywood at the Troubadour and at the Gardenia Room in a show with Katharine McPhee.
Artisits at Capitol by popculturefanboy ARTISTS WHO HAVE RECORDED AT CAPITOL RECORDS STUDIOSCapitol Records Recording Studios Locations:The first studios that Capitol owned were at 5515 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, CA in what used to be...
Artisits at Capitol by popculturefanboy ARTISTS WHO HAVE RECORDED AT CAPITOL RECORDS STUDIOS
Capitol Records Recording Studios Locations:
The first studios that Capitol owned were at 5515 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, CA in what used to be the KHJ radio station studios. The building is currently home of KCAL TV Channel 9.
Capitol's NYC studio was at 151 West 46th Street in Manhattan, NY
Capitol Tower studios are at 1750 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA
Judy Garland: "Judy" LP recorded March 1956; "Alone" LP recorded February & March 1957; "Judy In Love" LP recorded May & June 1958; "The Letter" LP recorded December 1958 & January 1959: "Judy / That's Entertainment" LP recorded June 1960; "The Garland Touch" LP recorded October 1961: "I Could Go On Singing" original soundtrack LP recorded November 1962;
Gay Men's Chorus Of Los Angeles: "Diversity" 1992
Gentle Giant: Make a live studio recording on February 1974 meant for broadcast in March on KMET Radio in Los Angeles; Recording session February 13, 1975
Bobbie Gentry: Records single "Ode To Billie Joe" July 10, 1967 in Studio C; Starts recording rest of her debut LP "Ode To Billie Joe" on July 27, 1967
Stan Getz: "Award Winner" recorded August 2 1957; "Jumpin' At The Woodside" from the LP "Eloquence" recorded August 1 1957; "Stan Getz Plays Blues" LP recorded May 1, August 1 & 3 and October 11, 1957
Stan Getz and The Oscar Peterson Trio: "Stan Getz And The Oscar Peterson Trio" recorded October 10, 1957
Vince Gill: Records LP "Breath Of Heaven" in Studios A & B in 1998
Jimmie Giuffre 3: "The Jimmy Giurffre 3" LP recorded December 3, 4, & 24, 1956
T. Goode with Voyce McGinley on drums: Record "Tender Steel" LP in 2001
Goo Goo Dolls: "Gutterflower" LP recorded 2002
(I released 2 cds under the name T Goode, thinking it would be easier for people to pronounce. However, T Goodie was what was pronounced--so back to TLiebengood.)