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Off 8th Street in New York’s Greenwich Village, through a discreet doorway, you slip into what seems like a psychedelic space ship – a musician’s Shangri-La. Electric Lady is one of only a handful of storied recording studios left in the world. On any given day, you could catch Lucius recording a new song; The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach rehearsing with his new band; and Roger Waters, of Pink Floyd, putting the finishing touches on his first solo album in 25 years. Anthony Mason pays a visit to learn about Electric Lady’s fascinating history, and the draw it holds for artists to this day.

Source: CBS Entertainment

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