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1970's Joined Phonogram Studios London.

uk music producerEngineering credits include:

Roy Wood's Wizzard (See my Baby Jive / Angel Fingers /I Wish it could be Christmas Every Day/ Wizzards Brew album)

Thin Lizzy ("Suicide" album inc. Rosalie)

Dire Straits (live recordings)

Graham Parkers Rumour ("Live at Marble Arch")

The Boomtown Rats ("The Boomtown Rats" & "Tonic for the Troops" albums. Robert "Mutt" Lange producing)

City Boy (City Boy album. Robert "Mutt" Lange producing)

"PUNK" (Too many punk bands to mention but included working with the SEX PISTOLS on Johnny Thunders project)

The Romantics (Two albums including number 2 U.S. hit "What I Like About You")

Steve Forbert (Hit US album "Little Stevie Orbit")

Joan Armatrading ( Hit Album "Walk Under Ladders". Steve Lillywhite producing)

1980's After promotion to Chief Engineer ...

Departed Phonogram for Independent Production, including:

 

ABC ("Tears are not Enough" top 20 single)

Wham! ("Fantastic" number 2 album. Singles included "Young Guns" "Bad Boys" "Club Tropicana")

Blue Rondo a la Turk (Hit album "Bees Knees & Chickens Elbows")

Joey Ramone & Holly Vincent (Cult cover of "I Got You Babe")

Haysi Fantayzee ( Hit album "Battle Hymns for Children Singing")

The Cult ("Love" number 4 album including "She Sells Sanctuary" & work on "Electric" album "The Manor Sessions")

The Angels ("Howling" hit Australian album)

Boom Crash Opera ("Great Wall" & "Hands Up" hit Australian singles)

Then Jerico ("Muscle Deep" hit single & album)

Balaam & the Angel ("Live Free or Die" & "Days of Madness". Ahead of their time great Rock albums)

The Godfathers ("Birth School Work Death" hit single & "Unreal World" album)

Alison Moyet ("Love Letters" number 4 Christmas single)

1990's ...

Nuclear Valdez (Many critics commented that this album sounded more like a third or fourth release for such a young band because it showed their ability to arrange and produce beyond the basic guitar, bass and drum roots of their first album. More experimental and diverse, this album highlighted the cultural and musical diversity of the band and showed off the percussive and rhythmic melodies of their Latin roots. The single "Dance Where The Bullets Fly", aired on a season finale of the popular television show, Melrose Place and was the bands foray to commercial Top 40 radio).

Freddie Mercury ("The Great Pretender" number 4 album two tracks)

Manic Street Preachers ( Top 4 album "Generation Terrorist" 5 hit singles on this album including "Motorcycle Emptiness" & from The Holy Bible album "Yes" & "She is Suffering")

The Pogues ("Pogue Mahone" Their last but not their least album)

Mansun (Two weeks work on the new album)

The Gyres (Their first album. A fine British rock/pop album.)

 

2000 to now . . .

 

Took a three year sabatical to study marketing specifically in new media.



The Snowdogs the Deep Cuts, Fast Remedy album for Victory Records, Chicago, USA released September 2003

The Alarm "In the Poppy Fields". Honoured to have produced thus album by The "new line up" Alarm.....Mike Peters (front & centre) James Stevenson (guitar: the Cult/Generation X), Craig Adams (bass: the Cult/the Mission), Steve Grantly (drums: Stiff Little Fingers), Mark Taylor (keys: Simple Minds). First single 45 RPM straight in to the UK top 40 at 28. Read all about it .