Long View Farm

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Not to be confused with Longview Farm.

Long View Farm Studios was a music recording studio located in North Brookfield, Massachusetts which was founded in 1974 by Gilbert Scott Markle, a professor at Clark University, on his farm property.[1][2]

It was the location of recordings from many well-known musicians and bands, and it was used by The Rolling Stones as a rehearsal studio in 1981.

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  1. ^ Fischer, Wanda F., "Gil Markle '61: A Live-Wire Ph.D.", The Rensselaer Alumni Bulletin, April 1982, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  2. ^ "Special Farm Pampers Recording Artists", Reuters, November 7, 1979 (reprinted in the Sarasota Journal)

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Coordinates: 42°17′40″N 72°05′18″W / 42.294476°N 72.088331°W / 42.294476; -72.088331