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Earle Mankey''s Studio - Drowning Pool

The Adicts Sound of Music 2006

Earle the producer -1976

Earle the producer

Earl Mankeys garage

LD(SL) / USA / 1978

The Solipsistics, 2000

Earle Mankey''s Audio CD (October 15, 1998)

the Clockwork Orange men or Ron Mael?


Rank Outsider by "Lazy Cowgirls"

A Runaways Story- http://www.starfuckerstar.com/otherstuff/runaways.html
Earle Mankey, the producer of "Sparks" and the "Beach Boys" and more recently "Star Star" was brought in to co-produce the Runaways'' second album titled "Queens of Noise."

20/20''s first 45 was released by BOMP the record label in 1978. Their self-titled LP from 1979 is a classic of the genre, wonderfully produced by Earle Mankey.

Lisa Hartman (1976) -http://www.lisahartman-black.com/lisahartman.html

Produced by Jeff Barry
Engineered by Earle Mankey
Recorded at Brother Studio,
Santa Monica, CA
Arranged by
Artie Butler

DROOGS: the first 2 albums ("STONE COLD WORLD "
1987) was Produced by :- Earle Mankey

SinglEarle Mankey : Real World (ep) -01/01/1985, reting 5sters

The Adicts recently caught up with Pete and Monkey of The Adicts at Earl Mankeys garage where they were mixing their new album. For those of you not in the know, Earl Mankey has been recording and mixing allot of Punk bands material going back to the 80s.

The Adict''s Sound of Music -The Adicts: Monkey (vocals); Pete Dee (guitar); Mel Ellis (bass guitar); Kid Dee (drums).

The Solipsistics
Jesus of the Apes
US release date: 26 September 2000 - http://www.popmatters.com/music/reviews/s/solipsistics-jesus.shtml

This is the fourth album from the Solipsistics, produced by Earle Mankey, the man who brought us the great Jupiter Affect record released this year. This recording is strong, but it took a while to sink in.

One adjective might be sophisticated. Their press materials quote one reviewer who compares the band''s material to Dylan, Lennon and Lou Reed. I wouldn''t go that far, only because when I read stuff like that, I know the reviewer is just lazy and not really listening. What sounds like "Dylan" or "Lennon" or "Reed" anyway? They all recorded a lot of great, but different, material. It doesn''t help me at all. Anyway...

Combining well crafted pop structures, strong vocals and very interesting sounds reminiscent of latter era Beatles or XTC, the tracks on Jesus of the Apes are subtle and weave almost a progressive rock vibe. Except it''s prog with hooks. "The quiet room" builds from an interesting synth or recorder intro into nice "Walk on the Wild Side" call back vocals. "Employee of the Year" has a lead vocal reminiscent of Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull on "Thick As a Brick", except the chorus is stronger. Track three, "They Like Me..." is an interesting use of vocoder (sounds like a computer voice). Tracks four and five ("Monolog") bring it down a bit with "Monolog", ending with a great "Our House" by Crosby, Stills and Nash-sounding vocal outro. "That kills me" is a highlight track, with its great keyboard sounds and vocals in a Scott Miller vein. "Glam Descend" is a beautiful acoustic piano-fueled track, and another highlight.

Certainly, the "S" (I can''t risk misspelling this name one more time) are mining the territory of latter-era Beatles post Revolver. Only the best artists dare travel down this road and the "S" mine from some of this territory very well.

The more I listened to this, the more I appreciated the excellent work on Jesus of the Apes. I have a feeling that if I listened to their catalog, I would "get" The Solipsistics better than I do. What I know from listening is that this is well crafted work with attention to detail. I hear a focused vision translated to digital audio. They are thinking before recording, sometimes a rare event.

1999 - The Cowgirls 7th album, recorded in March 1997 at Earle Mankey''s studio. Album Notes - Rank Outsider by "Lazy Cowgirls"
Lazy Cowgirls: Michael Leigh (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Pat Todd (vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion); Leonard Keringer (vocals, bass guitar); Bob Deagle (drums, percussion).Recording information: Earle Mankey''s Studio, Thousand Oaks, California.

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Drowning Pool - http://www.cduniverse.com/sresult.asp?HT_Search=xartist&HT_Search_Info=Drowning+Pool


"And what did this group do together when they went into Earle Mankey''s studio? Nothing like SECRETS, that''s for sure".- http://www.gemm.com/item/GML757137171/

Earle Mankey''s Studio, Thousand Oaks, California

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Earl Mankeys garage and the Clockwork Orange
Bill McCarter/Stalingrad Symphony.
"Jeff McGregor played bass in Puzzle Palace and produced a tape that we did at Earle Mankey''s studio".

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