It's really quite amazing they were able to film those shows in Owen Bradley's Quonset Hut because it is NOT a very big room. Now that Mike Curb owns it (along with the Newberry Reeves collection, which he has sat on and not shared with the fans), he has gutted the Quonset Hut, not preserved it. At least RCA Studio B (which he also owns), looks relatively like what it did in Jim's day, though some of the equipment is missing. Why Curb transformed the Quonset Hut into merely another Nashville studio is beyond comprehension. If he had restored it to the way it looked in the days when Patsy Cline, Jim and others were recording there (Reeves did a lot of military transcription shows besides these color films there), that would be different.
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