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[[Category:Influences on Morrissey - Music]]
[[File:La Fabrique Studios thumb.jpg | 200px | right | thumb | La Fabrique Studios' grounds]]
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From [http://www.studioslafabrique.com/Introduction.html their website]:
"La Fabrique is an amazing residential recording studio that is located in Saint-Rémy de Provence (south of France) in an old, beginning of the 19th century farm. The studio is right in the middle of one of the most impressive classical music collection in the world: 200,000 vinyls, 30,000 films, thousands of books... It features state of art equipment and esoteric acoustic spaces."
In the [http://web.archive.org/web/20140816185011/http://www.mixonline.com/recording/artists_engineers_producers/morrisseys_flair_for_the_dramatic_world_peace_is_none_of_your_business/ August 1, 2014 edition of Mix Magazine], Joe Chiccarelli says in interview:
"Chiccarelli produced Morrissey and his touring band in the idyllic La Fabrique studio in St. Remy, a lovely town in southern France. “I was a little nervous, because when you transplant eight or nine guys to a foreign country with all their gear, sleeping in the same place, you don’t know if it will work out,” Chiccarelli says. “But this place is gorgeous, and the studio is world-class. They fell in love with the place, especially Morrissey. He even loved to go look at the frogs in the pond.”"
(Mix: Morrissey’s Flair for the Dramatic: 'World Peace Is None of Your Business', 2014 - via Wayback Machine).
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