My guest on the podcast today is Laurence Juber, who’s truly one of the world’s most remarkable acoustic guitar players.
Laurence has a big history on both electric and acoustic guitar actually, starting as a busy session player in his home town of London before joining Paul McCartney’s Wings. After the band folded he resumed his session career first in New York City, then in Los Angeles.
Laurence is not only a two-time Grammy winner, but he’s been featured on hundreds of television shows and movies, and has composed the soundtrack for the award-winning video game Diablo III and Ken Burn’s The Tenth Inning documentary.
In the interview we talked about becoming a studio musician in London, playing with Paul McCartney, getting into film composing, the beauty of different guitar tunings, and his signature guitar. Laurence also has one of the best George Harrison stories that you’ll ever here. We spoke via Skype from his home in Los Angeles.
On the intro I’ll look at how the “Blurred Lines” lawsuit was finally settled, and window isolation for your home studio.
Enjoy the show!