Armstrong Studios

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Armstong Studios
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Location: 180 Bank Street/Melbourne/Australia
Years in operation: 1965 - YYYY


History

The studio was founded in 1965. Among the people who recorded there were The Easybeats, John Farnham, U2, Bob Dylan, Kylie Minogue, Paul McCartney, Madonna, Split Enz and Nick Cave.

The Police went into Studio No. 2 on 1980-03-16 to record an early version of Driven To Tears.

Recording history

The following Police and related albums or songs were recorded at this studio:

Album (or song) title Artist or band Producer Release year
Driven To Tears The Police Producer 1980

See also

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External links

http://www.armstrongstudios.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=frontpage&Itemid=1

References

sources: RAM - April 18, 1980; Police File No. 1