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Pacific High Studios Discography

Pacific High Studios was initially based in Sausalito and moved to 60 Brady Street in San Francisco in 1969. Pacific High Studios closed in 1971. The studio space at 60 Brady Street was subsequently Alembic Studios and then His Master's Wheels.

This page is an attempt to document all albums recorded or mixed, or partly recorded or mixed, at Pacific High Studios. It is incomplete. Additions and corrections are welcome

1968

Stand!, Sly and the Family Stone, 1969

Stand was recorded at Pacific High Studios in 1968 and 1969.

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Frumious Bandersnatch EP, Frumious Bandersnatch, 1968

A three track EP recorded at Pacific High Studios in April and May 1968.

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The Amazing Charlatans, The Charlatans, 1996

Three of the tracks on this collection of early studio recordings were recorded at Pacific High Studios in 1968.

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1969

Aoxomoxoa, Grateful Dead, 1969

Aoxomoxoa was completed at Pacific High Studios.

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Shady Grove, Quicksilver Messenger Service, 1969

The third QMS LP was recorded at Pacific High and Wally Heider Studios.

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Here We Are Again, Country Joe & The Fish, 1969

The fourth Country Joe & The Fish LP was partly recorded at Pacific High.

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Dawn, Don Robertson, 1969

Partly recorded at Pacific High in the spring of 1969.

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Silver Metre, Silver Metre, 1969

The only Silver Metre LP.

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Before Time Began, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1986

Four tracks on this collection were recorded at Pacific High in 1969. This was the first NRPS recording session.

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1970

Workingman's Dead, Grateful Dead, 1970

The fifth Grateful Dead album.

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Flamingo, The Flamin' Groovies, 1970

The second full length Flamin' Groovies LP.

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Albion Doo-WahCat Mother And The All-Night Newsboys, 1970

Recorded in February and March 1970.

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Marrying Maiden, It's A Beautiful Day, 1970

The second It's A beautiful Day LP.

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Rock Festival, The Youngbloods, 1970

Part of this album was recorded at Pacific High Studios.

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Blows Against The Empire, Paul Kantner/Jefferson Starship, 1970

Part of Blows Against The Empire was mixed at Pacific High.

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What About Me, Quicksilver Messenger Service, 1971

Partly recorded at Pacific High in 1970 and released in 1971.

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Sunfighter, Paul Kantner & Grace Slick, 1971

At least one track of this album was mixed at Pacific High.

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Revolting, Congress Of Wonders, 1971

This comedy album was mixed at Pacific High in 1971.

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1971

Hold On, It's Coming, Country Joe McDonald, 1971

Partly recorded at Pacific High Studios.

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Joy Of Cooking, Joy Of Cooking, 1971

The first Joy Of Cooking LP.

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Lost In The Ozone, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, 1971

The first Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen LP. Partly recorded and mixed at Pacific High.

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Saint Dominic's Preview, Van Morrison, 1972

Saint Dominic's Preview, the sixth solo Van Morrison album, was partly recorded at Pacific High in 1971.

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Last updated September 2012