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Well, I may not be the oldest, but I've been at it professionally for almost 40 years. My name is Mark Easton (I won't forget to post my name EVER AGAIN!), and I'm 54 years old. I still perform weekly, and tour once a year with Sweet Daddy Cool Breeze
This was recorded in 1994, 13 years ago, on 1/2 inch 8-track Tape. Drums were recorded AND mixed first with 7 tracks and Bass. All guitars, percussion and vocals were added to the stereo drum mix on the remaining 6 tracks, then mixed down to ADAT. Later, they were mastered on a DAW, and burned to CDs.
Hope you like it! Mark Easton - Guitarist Easton Brothers Band Avalanche Sweet Daddy Cool Breeze
Further information is available at www.eastonbrothers.com