Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney recorded their “Let’s Rock” follow-up at Auerbach’s Nashville studio, Easy Eye Sound. The duo made Delta Kream with musicians Kenny Brown and Eric Deaton. “It was a very inspiring session with Pat and me along with Kenny Brown and Eric Deaton in a circle, playing these songs,” Auerbach remarked in a press release. “It felt so natural.”
Carney added, “The session was planned only days in advance and nothing was rehearsed. We recorded the entire album in about 10 hours, over two afternoons, at the end of the ‘Let’s Rock’ tour.”
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