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Murphy: Laura Nyro was recording during the day. We met her a few times. She seemed really nice. We went in from 5 . until 6 ., every single fucking day. That was our schedule. Dave and I were staying at the Gramercy Park Hotel, and we’d get back at seven, eight, nine in the morning and sleep until it got dark. We called ourselves the mole men. We never saw the light of day. I remember the receptionist at River Sound was this woman named Bernadette. She was maybe 25, kind of hot and half-crazy. She kept singing, “Runaway Train” like she was Ethel Merman. She was really into it. We kind of took it as an omen because that’s all she would sing when we were recording there.