Adam Kasper

Adam Kasper is a Seattle area record producer and engineer,with platinum and gold awards, working with such bands as Aerosmith, Mudhoney, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, R.E.M., The Tragically Hip, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam. He went to Capital High School in Olympia, Washington.

He won a Grammy Award in 2001 for his work on the Foo Fighters' There Is Nothing Left to Lose (see Grammy Awards of 2001).,[1] and again in 2004 for his work on the Foo Fighters' One by One.[2]

Adam Kasper
OccupationMusic producer, engineer
AwardsGrammy Award, best rock album, 2001, 2003 Grammy Award best rock album foo fighters "one by one", 2006 Grammy best instrumental album Peter Frampton "fingerprints", 2008 Golden Globe award Eddie Vedder "into the wild" soundtrack.

Albums produced

Albums mixed

Songs produced

References

  1. ^ Lang, Derrik J. (6 February 2012). "Dave Grohl fighting for rock at the Grammys". Associated Press. Archived from the original on 18 February 2012. Retrieved 6 July 2017.
  2. ^ "Awards". Adam Kasper.
  3. ^ "Spoonshine, Song of the Sockeye (5/4, self-released)", Seattle Weekly, p. 17, May 8, 2012

External links

Breakout (Foo Fighters song)

"Breakout" is a single from the third Foo Fighters album There Is Nothing Left to Lose.

By Crooked Steps

"By Crooked Steps" is a song by American rock band Soundgarden. It is the second single from their album, King Animal. The song premiered on television November 27, 2012, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. It reached number 1 on the US Mainstream Rock chart.

Generator (Foo Fighters song)

"Generator" is a Foo Fighters song, released as a single in 2000 from their third album There Is Nothing Left to Lose. The single was only released in Australia and also released as a limited edition single in Europe.The song is particularly unique among the band's work because of Dave Grohl's implementation of the talk box in parts of the song. The usage of the device was partly inspired by Grohl's admiration of Peter Frampton and Joe Walsh, both of whom helped popularize it in the 1970s.

Gone (Pearl Jam song)

"Gone" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Written by vocalist Eddie Vedder, "Gone" was released through digital music stores on October 7, 2006 as the third single from the band's eighth studio album, Pearl Jam (2006). The song reached number 40 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Guaranteed (Eddie Vedder song)

"Guaranteed" is a song written and performed by Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder from the Into the Wild soundtrack (2007). It is the final track on the album, and also features a hidden track of "Guaranteed" (Humming Vocal) after about two minutes of silence following the regular version of "Guaranteed".

In Between Evolution

In Between Evolution is the ninth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was recorded at Studio X in Seattle and was released June 29, 2004. The album debuted at number one in Canada, selling 22,500 copies in its first week. However, the album got kicked off Canada's number one spot to Avril Lavigne's breakout album. The album was certified Platinum in Canada in September 2004.One of the major themes of this album is the response to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. "Heaven Is a Better Place Today" doubles as a tribute to Dan Snyder, a player for the Atlanta Thrashers hockey team who died in an automobile accident nine months before the album's release, and for young men being sent to war.

The Hip performed a rough version of the song "It Can't be Nashville Every Night" on a season two episode of Canadian situation comedy TV program Corner Gas, as a local band renting out main character Brent Leroy's garage for band practice.

Into the Wild (soundtrack)

Into the Wild is the debut solo studio album by Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder, and is based on his contributions to the soundtrack for the film of the same name. It was released on September 18, 2007 through J Records.

Life Wasted

"Life Wasted" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by guitarist Stone Gossard, "Life Wasted" was released on August 28, 2006 as the second single from the band's eighth studio album, Pearl Jam (2006). The song peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. On Pearl Jam, "Life Wasted" is reprised as a modified version on the album's tenth track, "Wasted Reprise".

List of songs recorded by Foo Fighters

This is a list of songs recorded by American alternative rock band Foo Fighters.

Live on I-5

Live on I-5 is a live album by the American rock band Soundgarden. It was recorded during the West Coast leg of their 1996 tour, and released on March 22, 2011. They announced the album, the band's first live album, on their website on January 13, 2011.

The title is a reference to Interstate 5, which runs along the Pacific coast of the United States. The band hired Adam Kasper to record several shows with a rented 24-track machine/truck. They planned to release the live album after the tour, but they disbanded and the tapes were left in Studio X (then Bad Animals Studio). A live version of "Blow Up the Outside World" was released as a 256 bit MP3 download to those who pre-ordered Live on I-5 from Soundgarden's official website.

Love Boat Captain

"Love Boat Captain" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music co-written by Vedder and keyboardist Boom Gaspar, "Love Boat Captain" was released on February 18, 2003 as a single from the band's seventh studio album, Riot Act (2002).

Next Year

"Next Year" is a song released as the last single from the third Foo Fighters' album There Is Nothing Left to Lose.

Rhinosaur

"Rhinosaur" is a song by American rock band Soundgarden on their 1996 album Down on the Upside. Despite not being released as its own single it was released as a B-side to the song "Ty Cobb". While "Ty Cobb" itself did not chart, "Rhinosaur" charted at 19 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks.

Stacked Actors

"Stacked Actors" is a Foo Fighters song which was released as a single from their third album There Is Nothing Left to Lose in 2000. It was only released as a limited edition commercial single in Australia exclusively, however radio promotional singles were released in other countries for radio airplay.The song is a playable track in the game Guitar Hero: Metallica and as downloadable content for Rock Band 3.

Thumbing My Way

"Thumbing My Way" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Written by vocalist Eddie Vedder, "Thumbing My Way" is the seventh track on the band's seventh studio album, Riot Act (2002).

Ty Cobb (song)

"Ty Cobb" is a song by the American rock band Soundgarden. Featuring lyrics written by frontman Chris Cornell and music written by bassist Ben Shepherd, "Ty Cobb" was released in April 1997 as the fourth single from the band's fourth studio album, Down on the Upside (1996). The song was included on Soundgarden's 1997 greatest hits album, A-Sides.

Ukulele Songs

Ukulele Songs is the second solo studio album by American singer and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder. It was released on May 31, 2011. The album is composed of original songs and new arrangements of several standards.

You Know You're Right

"You Know You're Right" is a song by the American rock band Nirvana, written by lead vocalist and guitarist, Kurt Cobain. It is the first song on the band’s self-titled greatest hits album and one of the last songs the band recorded before Cobain's death in April 1994. Released as a promo single, "You Know You're Right" reached number one on both Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks and Modern Rock Tracks charts.

½ Full

"​1⁄2 Full" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by bassist Jeff Ament, "​1⁄2 Full" is the thirteenth track on the band's seventh studio album, Riot Act (2002).

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