Eddie Bracket worked in a state of motion when he was engineering a recording; his feet pounding the floor, his body arching into the sound, rocking to and fro, back and forth, feeling every bit of it. Was he for real? Well, I have always felt free to act the same way during a mix, moving freely and
expressively whenever the music so affected me and guided me. It felt good, it felt right and it seemed to make it easier to get a better mix. And of course nobody could ever tell me it was unprofessional, because I had seen the best - and the best rocked. Eddie's sound for those great Dean Martin recordings of the "Everybody Loves Somebody" era, especially the tunes recorded here in studio B, are great recordings, warm as you can get but with loads of punch and energy.