Sunday, October 2, 2011

VIDEO: Producer talks about working with Aerosmith

More insight into working with Aerosmith comes in a new video clip featuring producer Jack Douglas.

Being a part of the Aerosmith team is familiar ground for Douglas – he worked on such classic albums as 1974's "Get Your Wings," 1975's "Toys in the Attic," and 1976's "Rocks," as well as 2004’s collection of blues standards, "Honkin' on Bobo."

The band regrouped with Jack this summer to work on their current album, tentatively due next spring.

Douglas hasn’t worked on an original Aerosmith album in more than 20 years, and here he shares his thoughts on the process.

“Everything’s exactly the same,” begins Jack. “Nothing has changed. We’re all older, but we’re still exactly the idiots we were when we started this thing out in the early 70s. We look at each other and laugh the same way and we develop the music the same way.”

There’s more: check out the clip….

Aerosmith – 10 Things with Jack Douglas

Aerosmith Aerosmith

Aerosmith – Same Old Song And Dance
Yokohama International Stadium – Yokohama, Japan – July 24, 2004

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