That's always been my preferred approach. Keep it simple, authentic, and transferable to live settings. No tricks, toys, or gimmicks. Perhaps that standard isn't technologically advanced enough for many of today's listeners, though in some cases, technology is in place to disguise otherwise bad music.Me and the boys recorded 8 songs back in the early 70s. Analog not digital. Our approach was to have an album depicting what we do live. No splicing, overdubs, or anything an audience wouldn't hear when we were on stage. Came out great.