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shakey finch

Favourite non hip hop producer

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was bored at work thinking about this today

george martin(prob one of my all time fav)

hb barnum

phil spector

joe meek

nigel godrich

joe boyd

lee perry

martin hannett

yours?

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Brian Eno

Cosign on Brian Eno. Also, Quincy Jones, Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream), and Isao Tomita.

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Jeff Lynne

Trevor Horn

oooh jeff lynne nice i like me some e.l.o as for trevor horn i have his old g4 mac(bit of pointless trivia for ya)

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David Axelrod

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David Axelrod

was gonna put him but hb barnum did alot of arrangements and production for him so i went with hb

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Towa Tei.... Hands Down....

nice!

I've been looking for Sweet Robots for a while now..

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four teyts hip hop isnt he?

i know he does out there ish too but Im sayin if he makes traks with guilty simpson he probably could be hiphop...

anyhow, theyve already been listed...

martin

eno

spector

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four teyts hip hop isnt he?

i know he does out there ish too but Im sayin if he makes traks with guilty simpson he probably could be hiphop...

he's released a couple of albums before he joined with the st crew. i think he did four full lenght albums under the name four tet. rounds being well recieved.

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Brian Eno

most definatley Eno -- the sound of the first Devo album is down to Eno and it's murderation....as are the first two Roxy Music albums. thats not even mentioning his solo stuff!!

no one mentioned Jack Nitzsche??? or Zappa??

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charles stepney

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For sure. Check out the new Wax Poetics.

The Mizell Brothers

Orrin Keepnews

Gary McFarland

Willie Mitchell

Rudy Van Gelder

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What is RJD2 considered now a'days? I'm loving Quincey, didn't James Brown produce a lot of his shit? How about Rick Rubin, where does he fall in the mix now?

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What is RJD2 considered now a'days?

shite

he's gone all singer songwriter and been signed to the white stripes (uk) label xl recordings

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Gary McFarland

good one.... i forgot about that dude.... his "america the beautiful" lp is greatness. i'm listening to some Gabor Szabo as we speak.

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he's released a couple of albums before he joined with the st crew. i think he did four full lenght albums under the name four tet. rounds being well recieved.

yeah i was def. thinking rounds when i posted, that album is a classic.

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King Tubby

;)

Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Skip Drinkwater

Sir George Martin

Phil Spector

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plus i dont think anyone said mizell bros.

Someone sure did (look at the top of the page).

The Mizell's are timeless!

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