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1st Feb '17 8:08:35 AM NemesisKane
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* Tony Visconti for Music/David Bowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Lodger'' and ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps'' are among the most critically acclaimed of Bowie's career. Following his split with Visconti in the '80s, Bowie produced ''Music/LetsDance'' (his biggest commercial hit, but considered by many to be too 'polished' to be a proper Bowie album) and the derided ''Tonight'', ''Never Let Me Down'' and ''Tin Machine'' albums. Their renewed association in the 21st century produced, among other things, 2013's well-regarded ''The Next Day''.

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* Tony Visconti for Music/David Bowie.Music/DavidBowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Lodger'' and ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps'' are among the most critically acclaimed of Bowie's career. Following his split with Visconti in the '80s, Bowie produced ''Music/LetsDance'' (his biggest commercial hit, but considered by many to be too 'polished' to be a proper Bowie album) and the derided ''Tonight'', ''Never Let Me Down'' and ''Tin Machine'' albums. Their renewed association in the 21st century produced, among other things, 2013's well-regarded ''The Next Day''.
19th Jan '17 8:10:41 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Will Putney was a longtime producer before starting Music/FitForAnAutopsy in 2008, though his schedule means that he cannot play shows with them.
10th Jan '17 3:49:15 PM Xtifr
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* Steven Wilson self-produces PorcupineTree records, and has produced other bands such as Music/{{Opeth}}.

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* Steven Wilson self-produces PorcupineTree Music/PorcupineTree records, and has produced other bands such as Music/{{Opeth}}.
25th Dec '16 8:44:39 PM Twentington
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* Sawyer Brown lead singer Mark Miller has several production credits, including Bucky Covington and Casting Crowns.
24th Dec '16 10:07:15 AM Twentington
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* With a career spanning from 1989 to the present, Music/AlanJackson has worked with producer Keith Stegall on all but one album (his 2006 NewSoundAlbum ''Like Red on a Rose''). Scott Hendricks co-produced the first two and one song on the third, while 2013's ''The Bluegrass Album'' features his nephew Adam Wright as a co-producer.

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* With a career spanning from 1989 to the present, Music/AlanJackson has worked with producer Keith Stegall on all but one album (his 2006 NewSoundAlbum ''Like Red on a Rose''). Scott Hendricks co-produced the first two albums and one song on the third, while 2013's ''The Bluegrass Album'' features his nephew Adam Wright as a co-producer.



* As mentioned above, Keith Stegall has worked with Alan Jackson on all but one album. While Jackson is known for his meat-and-potatoes, everyman simplicity, that same sound can be heard in a lot of Stegall's other productions. Most notably, Stegall's knack for simplicity brings out the harmonies and nylon-string guitar/fiddle/keyboard interplay of the Music/ZacBrownBand. However, Stegall often let his bombastic pop side out of the bag in the early 2000s when producing for Mark Wills and Jamie O'Neal.

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* As mentioned above, Keith Stegall has worked with Alan Jackson been Music/AlanJackson's producer on all but one album. While Jackson is known for his meat-and-potatoes, everyman simplicity, that same sound can be heard in a lot of Stegall's other productions. Most notably, Stegall's knack for simplicity brings out the harmonies and nylon-string guitar/fiddle/keyboard interplay of the Music/ZacBrownBand. However, Stegall often let his bombastic pop side out of the bag in the early 2000s when producing for Mark Wills and Jamie O'Neal.




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* Richard Bennett, a sideman for Neil Diamond and Mark Knopfler, has been an infrequent producer. In TheEighties and TheNineties, he co-produced several albums for Jo-El Sonnier, Marty Stuart, George Ducas, and Music/SteveEarle.
12th Dec '16 5:17:09 PM Twentington
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* Music/TobyKeith's first two albums and a Christmas album were produced by Nelson Larkin and Harold Shedd. After Shedd left Mercury, Keith began co-producing everything he put out: first with Larkin for one album, then with James Stroud (from 1997's ''Dream Walkin''' through 2005's ''Honkytonk University'', his last album for Creator/DreamWorks Records before it closed). He has been mostly DIY ever since, with the occasional helping hand.

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* Music/TobyKeith's first two albums and a Christmas album were produced by Nelson Larkin and Harold Shedd. After Shedd left Mercury, Keith began co-producing everything he put out: first with Larkin for one album, then with James Stroud (from 1997's ''Dream Walkin''' through 2005's ''Honkytonk University'', his last album for Creator/DreamWorks Records before it closed). He Keith produced with Lari White on 2006's ''White Trash with Money'', and with a couple exceptions, has been mostly DIY produced by himself ever since, with since. He also co-produced for Trailer Choir, Carter's Chord, and Krystal Keith, all of whom recorded on the occasional helping hand.formerly Keith-owned Show Dog-Universal Music (and the last of whom is Keith's daughter).
12th Dec '16 10:46:14 AM jamespolk
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1st Dec '16 9:04:07 AM Twentington
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* Country/southern rock band The Kentucky Headhunters has always self-produced their albums.



* Robert John "Mutt" Lange - formerly gritty HardRock (AC/DC's ''Highway to Hell'', ''Music/BackInBlack''), now over-produced pop-rock (Music/DefLeppard's ''Pyromania'' and ''Hysteria'', Music/TheCars' "Heartbeat City", Music/BryanAdams' ''Waking Up the Neighbours'', Music/{{Nickelback}}'s ''Dark Horse'') and pop-country (ex-wife Shania Twain).

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* Robert John "Mutt" Lange Creator/RobertJohnMuttLange - formerly gritty HardRock (AC/DC's ''Highway to Hell'', ''Music/BackInBlack''), now over-produced pop-rock (Music/DefLeppard's ''Pyromania'' and ''Hysteria'', Music/TheCars' "Heartbeat City", Music/BryanAdams' ''Waking Up the Neighbours'', Music/{{Nickelback}}'s ''Dark Horse'') and pop-country (ex-wife Shania Twain).
25th Nov '16 10:09:13 AM Twentington
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* Music/KeithUrban's 2013 album ''Fuse'' features eleven producers, including himself, longtime co-producer Dann Huff, and a few from far outside the realm of country (e.g., Benny Blanco and Stargate). The album has been fairly well-received for the resulting mix of sounds.

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* Music/KeithUrban's 2013 album ''Fuse'' features eleven producers, including himself, and ''Ripcord'' both have multiple producers instead of just longtime co-producer producer Dann Huff, and a few from far outside the realm of country (e.g., Benny Blanco and Stargate). The album has been fairly well-received for the resulting mix of sounds.showing Urban's desire to introduce more variety to his sound.
15th Nov '16 1:38:41 AM Az_Tech341
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* Music/PhilSpector, the inventor of the Wall of Sound and the man behind the board of some of the best known singles and albums of the '60s and '70s. Ignoring his personal life (showing his wife a coffin and threatening to kill her if she left) and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick that little murder conviction,]] he is famous being a [[BunnyEarsLawyer genius of a producer,]] but this coupled (and often negated) by his temperamental personality and [[DramaticGunCock gunplay]] in the studio. He threatened Music/LeonardCohen with a loaded gun, stole tapes for the Music/JohnLennon album ''Rock 'n Roll'' at gunpoint, and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_the_Century put the Ramones through hell.]] He was last employed in 2003 by the alternative band Starsailor to produce their second album, but they fired him after two tracks.

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* Music/PhilSpector, the inventor of the Wall of Sound and the man behind the board of some of the best known singles and albums of the '60s and '70s. Ignoring his personal life (showing his wife a coffin and threatening to kill her if she left) and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick that little murder conviction,]] he is famous for being a [[BunnyEarsLawyer genius of a producer,]] producer]], but this coupled (and often negated) by his temperamental personality and [[DramaticGunCock gunplay]] in the studio. He threatened Music/LeonardCohen with a loaded gun, stole tapes for the Music/JohnLennon album ''Rock 'n Roll'' at gunpoint, and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_the_Century put the Ramones through hell.]] He was last employed in 2003 by the alternative band Starsailor to produce their second album, but they fired him after two tracks.
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