New London Recording Center

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The New London Recording Center or New London Studios was a 16-track professional music recording studio located at 1817 Oxmoor Road in Homewood from around 1969 to around 1978. The studio was used by soul singer/producer Sam Dees for several recordings on the Clintone Records and Atlantic Records labels. Other artists who recorded there included Alpaca Phase III, King Tutt, Backwater, the Blast Furnace Band, Bill Wright and George Law.

The business advertised its proximity to Muscle Shoals, as well as its convenience to Birmingham Municipal Airport.