Bird attributes the sound to a shake-up in his recording process.
He even foreshadowed his plans for a shake-up during a conference call with media reporters back in November.
Nick Summers talks to Beckman and his staffers about the shake-up.
You know the kind—one of these deadwood specimens that stand a show of gettin' the prunin' hook every time there's a shake-up.
"It can't be quite the same after so universal a shake-up," I objected.
Ranger would not go down slowly and the shake-up she received was unpleasant.
Rather a shake-up, though, and I was dizzy with the heat before.
There had indeed been a “shake-up” on the nine the day of the game.
"There's been a shake-up in our combination," he remarked casually to Fyfe.
A recent reform wave in Chicago had caused a shake-up in the police department, most disturbing to the preying powers.
The reorganization of a working group, its methods, etc, usually including some dismissals: The remedy is a shake-up in the Bureau of the Budget (1899+)