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May 09, 2016

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Mark W.

Fantastic article Richard!!! What was the actual address of the LG. I'd like to explore the area in Google Maps!

:)

Richard Guerin

632 Broadway in manhattan.

Tom James

I have many Glass recordings that were recorded and mixed in the Looking Glass Studio.

I even saw it in two Philip Glass documentaries as well.

It was an excellent studio, I agree!

Rob Fakeley

Wow! Thank you for that... Your description is perfect! I can see it in my mind. I stopped by 2 years ago when we were in the city. I knew it was gone but went to the building, went by Chuck Close's studio and found PG's home. It is such an interesting neighbourhood. There we images of the studio in the Glass: A Movie in 12 Parts (even PG walking to work). Phil has become so popular and New York so expensive over the last 30-40 years. Amazing!

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