A&M Studios

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A&M Studios

A&M Studios was a recording studio located in Hollywood, California. The studio opened in 1967 and closed in 1999 after parent company PolyGram merged with Universal Music. After that, the studio was sold and in 2000 renamed to Henson Recording Studios.

American Music Club at A&M Studios

American Music Club mixed their 1994 San Francisco album at many studios - A&M Studios, The Plant Studios, Skip Saylor Recording, Master Control and Encore Studios.

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