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OD Barcelona one of the 5 hotels in the world where "Talk is cheap" by Keith Richards is presented.
On the occasion of the reissue of his first solo album, Talk is cheap, Keith Richards exhibits the super deluxe box set in five hotels around the world, one of them in Barcelona. Of the super deluxe box sets, which go on sale tomorrow, March 29, only 1150 have been manufactured. You can visit us whenever you want. It's something unique!
These boxes are really authentic pieces of art, valued by collectors. They are unique, hand-built and aged by Fender, using the same technique and materials as Keith Richards' Vintage Telecaster "Micawber".
This 2CD and 2Vinyl reissue, in addition to the remastered album 'Talk Is Cheap', also includes 6 additional and unpublished tracks, four of which include pianist Johnnie Johnson. Eddie Taylor's "Big Town Playboy", "Blues Jam", "Slim" and Jimmy Reed's kinetic version of "My Babe".
The boxed formats "Super Deluxe" and "Deluxe" also include special sheets with the tour, handwritten lyrics, posters, signed metal pick, extensive notes by Anthony De Curtis, which tell the story of the production, release and cultural impact of the album, unpublished photos and exclusive rarities.
It takes 37 Fender employees to make each box, plus 11 other suppliers of additional parts and services: from special wooden boxes to graphics on the chrome control board, to the sawmill that cuts and adapts it. It takes 2 weeks to produce each box. However, the first box took approximately 4 months and 20 different prototypes to correct every detail.
Finally, aging on the brass nameplate is done in a high temperature metal tempering furnace (temperature, time and exact process are trade secrets). The final wood finish is a multi-step process that is also patented, but is different from the one we use on old guitars, due to the precision required to age the appropriate areas that are required for their use.Read more Close