One for the recording fraternity. Does anyone know a track by Morphine called Free Love (last track on their album 'Yes')? The baritone on this track has a remarkable sound- not just Dana Colley's delivery but it sounds like it's recorded in an unusual way (the whole thing feels as if the listener's got their head stuck down the bell!). If anyone who's clued up on recording techniques & knows this track or can be bothered to Spotify it, I'd be interested in your thoughts on how its done. The solo, about 2 1/2 minutes in ups the ante even further and has an almost overdriven tone to it ( again- obviously part of it's the player's attack but it may even be being routed thorugh a cranked up guitar amp....?).