I naturally assumed that sometime before or after my Love & Mercy interview with Paul Dano and Elizabeth Banks at the Capitol Records building that I’d have a chance to visit the legendary Studio A recording studio — the nearly 60 year-old facility where Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Louis Prima, The Beach Boys and many others have recorded tracks and albums. You can understand my disappointment when I was told that the Dano-Banks interview would happen on the ninth floor and that Studio A was off-limits. What? I decided to visit the place anyway. Sneak in, I mean. Right after Dano-Banks I elevatored downstairs and just strolled into Studio A like I owned the place. I took a couple of videos as quickly as I could, knowing that security might come in any second and give me the heave-ho.