Dennis Brown: There are tons, and they are all great! My favorite is probably The Black Page’s “The Star,” I think. I’m always impressed by how well a song is playing on a guitar, how good a player you have. Also, what a great sound it does.
Who would your bandmates be and what kind of gear would they need?
Dennis Brown: They’d need a guitar, the best one you can afford, and you’d need a set of speakers… maybe a pair of Bose speakers with a subwoofer to go with them or something like that. Then you’ll need a microphone and a mixing desk.
How much time would you spend on recording?
Dennis Brown: I’d probably do about ten minutes per song. Most of my songs have about eight or ten minutes of recording.
What else do you do for fun?
Dennis Brown: I play guitar or bass pretty much every day. I enjoy playing classical and classical rock and roll… it’s probably one of the best things that I’ve ever been involved with as far as musical and creative development.
How often would you work with an engineer?
Dennis Brown: Usually, it would be about a two-day session at least. Then it would go through three guys, maybe five or six people, and we would spend a lot of time on it.
Where would you be when you’re ready to record?
Dennis Brown: Probably in a dark barn somewhere.
What would be the most challenging thing that would go into a record?
Dennis Brown: I think it would be just finding the time to be there. I’m always on some form of travel. I don’t think I’d ever record on a soundstage, because we’re so close to one of those. You’d be sleeping through a whole song. I would imagine, but not probably, the record would have some crazy lighting setup.
Where would you like to be in three years?
Dennis Brown: I’d like to be still living in my own neighborhood and be writing great songs for my friends who play in bands.
What music would you like to see become an official U.S. national anthem?
Dennis Brown: I think it’d be The Sound of Music and possibly Something Just Like This by Hank Williams or something like that. I’d love to be on a stage and
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