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23rd Jul '17 1:53:28 PM DavidDelony
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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic pallete of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:

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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic pallete palette of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:
23rd Jul '17 1:52:19 PM DavidDelony
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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:

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** Despite -- [[BunnyEarsLawyer or perhaps because of]] -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius who effectively invented the sonic palate pallete of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:
17th Jul '17 4:54:11 AM StFan
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* Gil Norton - spacey, aggressive AlternativeRock (Music/ThePixies, James, Music/{{Belly}}, Music/CatherineWheel, Music/FooFighters) or whiny {{Post-Grunge}}y indie rock (Music/DashboardConfessional, Music/JimmyEatWorld).

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* Gil Norton - spacey, aggressive AlternativeRock (Music/ThePixies, James, Music/{{Belly}}, Music/CatherineWheel, Music/FooFighters) or whiny {{Post-Grunge}}y PostGrunge indie rock (Music/DashboardConfessional, Music/JimmyEatWorld).
14th Jun '17 12:38:49 AM bt8257
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* Tony Visconti for 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''.

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* Tony Visconti for Music/DavidBowie. The albums he recorded with David Bowie, ''[[Music/LowDavidBowieAlbum Low]]'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'', ''Lodger'' ''Music/{{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''.
12th Jun '17 2:43:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* Music/JimSteinman - a grandiose, bombastic sound that is equal parts Bruce Springsteen and Music/RichardWagner. He perfected this style with MeatLoaf and Bonnie Tyler, and it's very much in evidence on a variety of one-shot singles he's done with other artists (Air Supply's "Making Love Out of Nothing at All", Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now").

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* Music/JimSteinman - a grandiose, bombastic sound that is equal parts Bruce Springsteen and Music/RichardWagner. He perfected this style with MeatLoaf Music/MeatLoaf and Bonnie Tyler, and it's very much in evidence on a variety of one-shot singles he's done with other artists (Air Supply's "Making Love Out of Nothing at All", Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now").
6th Jun '17 10:15:11 PM bombadil211
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* Music/GaryBarlow turned to writing songs and producing albums for other artists after being publicly humiliated and ostracized by the music industry due to his feud with Music/RobbieWilliams.
5th Jun '17 4:20:52 PM MarkLungo
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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). Keith produced with Lari White on 2006's ''White Trash with Money'', and with a couple exceptions, has produced by himself ever since. He also co-produced for Trailer Choir, Carter's Chord, and Krystal Keith, all of whom recorded on the formerly Keith-owned Show Dog-Universal Music (and the last of whom is Keith's daughter).

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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, Creator/MercuryRecords, 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). Keith produced with Lari White on 2006's ''White Trash with Money'', and with a couple exceptions, has produced by himself ever since. He also co-produced for Trailer Choir, Carter's Chord, and Krystal Keith, all of whom recorded on the formerly Keith-owned Show Dog-Universal Music (and the last of whom is Keith's daughter).



* Keith Stegall. He was a solo singer-songwriter in the 80s and had a few cuts by other artists, most notably Dr. Hook's "Sexy Eyes" and Mickey Gilley's "Lonely Nights". Although he scored a Top 10 hit on his own with "Pretty Lady" in 1985, [[OneHitWonder his singing career was never very successful]]. His first production credit was two tracks on Music/RandyTravis' 1986 album ''Old 8×10'', and by 1990, he largely stopped recording in favor of production, having had his breakout as Music/AlanJackson's producer. In 1996, Stegall made a one-time return to the other side of the mic as a side project for Mercury Records Nashville (where he was also head of [=A&R=]) before returning mainly to production, although he still had the occasional songwriting gig and owned the short-lived label Bigger Picture Music Group.

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* Keith Stegall. He was a solo singer-songwriter in the 80s and had a few cuts by other artists, most notably Dr. Hook's "Sexy Eyes" and Mickey Gilley's "Lonely Nights". Although he scored a Top 10 hit on his own with "Pretty Lady" in 1985, [[OneHitWonder his singing career was never very successful]]. His first production credit was two tracks on Music/RandyTravis' 1986 album ''Old 8×10'', and by 1990, he largely stopped recording in favor of production, having had his breakout as Music/AlanJackson's producer. In 1996, Stegall made a one-time return to the other side of the mic as a side project for Mercury Records Nashville (where he was also head of [=A&R=]) before returning mainly to production, although he still had the occasional songwriting gig and owned the short-lived label Bigger Picture Music Group.
29th May '17 2:42:09 PM Twentington
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* Tom Collins produced Music/RonnieMilsap from ''Where My Heart Is'' in 1973 through ''Stranger Things Have Happened'' in 1989.
6th May '17 6:16:56 PM Twentington
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* Dave Cobb seems to favor stripped-down, ballad-heavy production styles and primarily works for alt-country artists such as Sturgill Simpson. Even when he works with a more mainstream artist (e.g. Music/ZacBrownBand) the sound is still very minimalistic.
4th May '17 4:23:21 AM TheDeadSkin
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** When they finally got around to recording "A Change of Seasons" as an EP three years later, it was with great difficulty that they decided to hire Prater to produce once again, reasoning that since "A Change of Seasons" was an ''Images and Words'' outtake it made the most sense to have him handle it. There were less fights this time around, and Prater wasn't around long enough to start clashing with the band again since the rest of the EP was filled by a series of covers recorded at one of the band's concerts. However, the most infamous incident during these sessions was when Prater asked James LaBrie to sing the ''whole 20 minute song'' of "A Change Of Seasons" when he had to record multiple takes. However, Prater stopped when James LaBrie absolutely [[BerserkButton went off on him]].

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** When they finally got around to recording "A Change of Seasons" as an EP three years later, it was with great difficulty that they decided to hire Prater to produce once again, reasoning that since "A Change of Seasons" was an ''Images and Words'' outtake it made the most sense to have him handle it. There were less fights this time around, and Prater wasn't around long enough to start clashing with the band again since the rest of the EP was filled by a series of covers recorded at one of the band's concerts. However, the most infamous incident during these sessions was when Prater asked James LaBrie [=LaBrie=] to sing the ''whole 20 minute song'' of "A Change Of Seasons" when he had to record multiple takes. However, Prater stopped when James LaBrie [=LaBrie=] absolutely [[BerserkButton went off on him]].
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