The Record Producers

A series of one-off special programmes exploring the work of legendary record producers.

Richard Allinson and record producer Steve Levine profile these maverick craftsmen who reveal their studio secrets behind the creation of their classic recordings.

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20100826

In a special two-part Record Producers for Radio 2's Bee Gees Bank Holiday, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of the Gibb Brothers.

With close to fifty years in the industry, programme one concentrates on the 1960s and 1970s, from their early days in Australia through to the phenomenal global success of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.

Robin Gibb, engineer and fellow producer Karl Richardson and band member Blue Weaver are amongst those interviewed in this first part which includes rarely heard demo material from the brothers as teenagers and a more detailed look at their hits New York Mining Disaster, You Should Be Dancin' and Stayin' Alive.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of the Gibb Brothers.

20100830

In a special two-part Record Producers for Radio 2's Bee Gees Bank Holiday, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of the Gibb Brothers.

Programme two begins with the aftermath of the multi-platinum selling Saturday Night Fever, as the band embarked on the recording of Spirits Having Flown.

It highlights their success during the 1980s with a number of the most successful female vocalists in the world and brings their story into the 21st century with their album This Is Where I Came In.

Amongst those contributing to this second programme are Robin Gibb and fellow producer and confidant John Merchant, while Richard and Steve take a more detailed look at the songs Tragedy and This Is Where I Came In.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of the Gibb Brothers.

20110502

Ahead of the 30th anniversary of the death of Bob Marley, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the influence of Jamaican music on the British charts.

They focus on the work of a number of reggae producers, and their pop counterparts, who successfully transferred reggae into mainstream success.

The programme includes an exclusive look at the original Bob Marley multitrack recordings of his songs Concrete Jungle and Stir It Up.

Steve Levine also describes the impact of reggae on his production work with Culture Club by revealing secrets behind the recording of Do You Really Want to Hurt Me.

Other contributors include producers Sly and Robbie; Chris Porter (who masterminded the recording of Aswad's number one Don't Turn Around); Tony Platt (the engineer on the original Marley recordings); Boy George and Mikey Craig of Culture Club; plus Dennis Bovell, the founding member of British reggae band Matumbi and the successful songwriter and producer behind Janet Kay's 1979 hit Silly Games.

This Record Producers is the first programme in a short season marking 30 years since Bob Marley died [on 11 May 1981].

It continues next week with Johnnie Walker revisiting the golden age of reggae in Sounds of the 70s; a documentary looking at Marley's creative period of exile in London; and personal memories from friends and colleagues, including Island Records' Chris Blackwell.

A special edition focusing on the work of a variety of reggae producers.

10cc *20090504

On the next programme in the Record Producers series, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of one of the wittiest and admired pop bands of the 1970s - 10cc.

Lol Creme, Kevin Godley, Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart provided the entire package.

Not only were they great musicians but they also wrote all their hits in various group combinations, produced their own recordings and, in Eric Stewart, had a built-in engineer.

They also owned their own recording studio which made them a highly productive self-contained unit.

Featuring new interviews with all four band members and exclusive access to the original multi-track recordings of Donna, Wall Street Shuffle and I'm Not In Love.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of 1970s band 10cc.

Bernard Butler2010040520100411

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler in this latest programme in 'The Record Producers'.

Bernard talks about his early days with the band along with his production credits for Duffy, Kate Nash, Fyfe Dangerfield and others.

The programme includes rare access to demo recordings from both Suede and Duffy.

David McAlmont talks about his collaborations with Butler and the lead singer with Texas, Sharleen Spiteri, comments on Bernard's work on her 2008 debut solo album 'Melody'.

Steve Levine analyses the original multi-track recordings of McAlmont & Butler's biggest hits.

He also talks with Fyfe Dangerfield about the construction of his recent single 'She Needs Me' which features production work and guest guitar by Bernard Butler.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine talk to Bernard Butler about his career.

In the next instalment of The Record Producers, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of former Suede guitarist, Bernard Butler.

Bernard talks about his early days with Suede, along with his production credits for Duffy, Kate Nash, Fyfe Dangerfield and others.

Steve Levine analyses the original multi-track recording of one of McAlmont & Butler's biggest hits.

He also talks with Fyfe Dangerfield about the construction of his recent Radio 2 airplay hit She Needs Me, which features production work and guest guitar by Bernard Butler.

Brian Wilson [extended]2008082520080830

Richard Allinson and record producer Steve Levine profile one of the most influential figures in pop history - Brian Wilson.

This edition is an extended cut featuring bonus material from the recording of God Only Knows and Caroline No.

Plus session highlights from Wouldn't It Be Nice and Good Vibrations and contributions from fellow producers Don Was, Tony Visconti and Sir George Martin

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine examine the work of one of the most influential musicians in pop history - Brian Wilson.

Featuring an exclusive interview with Brian and rare material including original session highlights from Wouldn't It Be Nice and Good Vibrations along with musical director and friend Jeff Foskett demonstrating Brian's harmonic arrangements with a specially recorded acapella version of Warmth of the Sun.

Fellow producers Don Was, Tony Visconti and Sir George Martin comment on Brian's music and recording techniques.

Other interviewees include 'lost Beach Boy' David L Marks, who was a permanent member of the group for the first four albums.

Gerry Beckley from the group America and Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills and Nash talk about the art of vocal arranging.

And session bassist Carol Kaye of The Wrecking Crew provides a first-hand account of Brian in the studio and plays examples of classic bass lines from Beach Boys recordings.

Plus recollections on Brian's songs and work from fellow band member Bruce Johnston.

George Martin20090831

The Record Producers profiles a man often labelled The Fifth Beatle" - Sir George Martin.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine examine his work as a producer, arranger and, through his experiments with sound, technical innovator.

Highlights include the first chance to hear newly restored versions of the original master tapes for Please Please Me, along with analysis of the original multi-track of Come Together.

This programme also gives Radio 2 listeners the opportunity to hear some of the Beatles most famous songs in a new way.

Because of the limitations of tape machines during the 1960s, it was necessary to either record or mix various instruments and voices onto the same track.

Once they'd been committed to tape there was no way of separating them.

But now, through the use of revolutionary software, listeners can hear some of these parts in isolation for the very first time.

In his exclusive interview, Sir George talks about various aspects of the studio and recording process, the albums Sgt Pepper and Abbey Road, along with a number of songs, including Strawberry Fields Forever, Tomorrow Never Knows and Rain.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the man often labelled 'the Fifth Beatle'.".

George Martin - Andy Peebles20100413

Andy Peebles talks to the man behind the sound of The Beatles and many more.

The Record Producers - George Martin.

Andy Peebles talks to the man behind the sound of The Beatles, The Goons, Cilla Black, Jeff Beck and many more.

First broadcast in 1982.

Glyn Johns - 22010042120121022
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20121022 (6M)

The producer continues to discuss his work with such artists as The Eagles, Joan Armatrading, Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane.

In the second of two programmes, record producer Glyn Johns looks back on his career and work with such bands as The Who and Led Zeppelin.

Holland-dozier-holland2007082720070901

Series of programmes exploring the work of legendary record producers.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the work of the legendary songwriting and production team of Holland-Dozier-Holland, comprising Lamont Dozier and brothers Brian and Edward Holland.

Focusing on their golden period at Berry Gordy's Motown label, the programme also highlights their pioneering use of multi-track recording techiques.

It will also focus on the establishment of their own record labels, Invictus and Hot Wax.

Featuring contributions from all three members of the production team as well as Abdul Duke Fakir, General Johnson, Bob Babbitt and Louvain Demps.

Jimmy Jam And Terry Lewis2008050520080510

come under the spotlight.

A prolific writing and producing team, Jam and Lewis have enjoyed great success since the 80s with a range of artists, including Janet Jackson, Usher and Mary J Blige.

Presenters Richard Allinson and Steve Levine chart the duo's career.

Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis come under the spotlight.

A prolific writing and producing team, Jam and Lewis have enjoyed great success since the 80s with a range of artists, including Janet Jackson, Usher and Mary J Blige - and not forgetting the likes of Prince, The Human League and Chaka Khan.

Kenny Gamble And Leon Huff20080101

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the work of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff - the godfathers of Philly Soul.

The pair speak at length about their career, and there's a rare and exclusive new interview with orchestral arranger and fellow producer Thom Bell.

Gamble and Huff credits include You Don't Know Me By Now, Back Stabbers and When Will I See You Again.

Kenny Gamble And Leon Huff20080105

An extended programme from the broadcast on Radio 2 as Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile Philly-soul producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff.

They explore some of their greatest work, including music by the O'Jays' Backstabbers and When I Will I See You Again by the Three Degrees.

Lieber And Stoller - 22010041520121003

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.

Andy Peebles continues his profile of the American writers and producers who made hits for Ben E King, The Drifters and many more. First broadcast in 1982.

Mick Jones2008052620080531

of The Clash, Big Audio Dynamite and Carbon/Silicon are the focus as presenters Richard Allinson and Steve Levine turn their attention to musicians who have carved out secondary careers behind the console.

The programme includes an exclusive interview with Jones, along with expert opinion from Steve and previously unheard material from Jones' archive.

Richard Allinson and record producer Steve Levine profile a producer who is also a successful musician - former Clash singer and guitarist Mick Jones

Pink Floyd Special2011100320120710
20130826 (6M)

Radio 2's Best Of British season continues with Richard Allinson and Steve Levine's look at the work of Pink Floyd. This edition of Record Producers concentrates on the early days of the band and the development of their sound from the late 60s through to the mid-70s.

Amongst the contributors to the programme are Joe Boyd, Floyd's producer for their first single Arnold Layne; John Leckie, who engineered the band's album Meddle; and Clare Torry, whose vocal performance on The Great Gig In The Sky is one of the highlights of Dark Side Of The Moon. Plus personal recollections and studio secrets from their engineer Alan Parsons.

There are new interviews with guitarist David Gilmour and percussionist Nick Mason, and Richard and Steve have access to the original multi-track recordings of some of Pink Floyd's best work from this period. These highlights include the four track tapes of Arnold Layne; their masterpiece Echoes (which began as an eight track recording - but later expanded to 16); the 16 track recordings of Money and Great Gig In The Sky from the seminal Dark Side album, and 24 track recordings from their 1975 release Wish You Were Here, including the epic Shine On You Crazy Diamond.

As we run up to the London Olympics, Radio 2 is embracing the essence of British popular culture with a three week season showcasing the best in British comedy, music, acting genius and eccentricity. From the comic genius of Hattie Jacques, to influential musicians and defining artists like Pink Floyd to The Rolling Stones.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of Pink Floyd in the latest edition of Record Producers.

The programme concentrates on the early days of the band and the development of their sound from the late 60s through to the mid 70s.

Amongst the contributors to the programme are Joe Boyd, Floyd's producer for their first single Arnold Layne; John Leckie, who engineered the band's album Meddle; and Clare Torry, whose vocal performance on The Great Gig In The Sky is one of the highlights of Dark Side Of The Moon.

There are new interviews with guitarist David Gilmour and percussionist Nick Mason, and Richard and Steve have access to the original multitrack recordings of some of Pink Floyd's best work from thie period.

These highlights include the four track tapes of Arnold Layne; their masterpiece Echoes (which began as an eight track recording - but later expanded to 16); the 16 track recordings of Money and Great Gig In The Sky from the seminal Dark Side album, and 24 track recordings from their 1975 release Wish You Were Here, including the epic Shine On You Crazy Diamond.

With a few extra surprises along the way, this edition of The Record Producers is not only an unmissable programme for Pink Floyd fans, but also a "must listen" for any lover of quality popular music.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the early work of Pink Floyd.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine's look at the work of Pink Floyd. This edition of Record Producers concentrates on the early days of the band and the development of their sound from the late 60s through to the mid-70s.

Roy Wood20090413

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the man who achieved the rare feat of having Top Ten singles with three different groups and as a solo artist - Roy Wood.

Smokey Robinson20091226

On the next edition of The Record Producers, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of a singer, songwriter and producer who was instrumental in establishing Motown Records and is now beginning his sixth decade in the record industry, Smokey Robinson.

Smokey was one of the key people Berry Gordy relied on in the early days of Motown.

He wrote and produced for several acts on the label, including Mary Wells, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and his own group, The Miracles.

Smokey talks about his career to date and, as is usual for this series, Steve Levine analyses some of the original multi-track recordings Smokey produced.

These include his recording with The Miracles, More Love; and his epic solo track from the mid-70s A Quiet Storm.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of Smokey Robinson.

Stephen Street20100503

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the work of Stephen Street - whose production credits include The Smiths, Blur, Kaiser Chiefs, The Cranberries, New Order and Morrissey.

Featuring interviews with former Smiths' guitarist Johnny Marr, Blur's Graham Coxon and Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson; the programme also has exclusive access to multitrack recordings of the Blur hits Girls & Boys and Parklife; and the first play of Stephen Street's rare songwriting demos for Morrissey.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the work of Stephen Street

Stock, Aitken & Waterman20080324

A profile of one of the most successful British production and song-writing teams of the late Eighties and early Nineties - Stock, Aitken & Waterman.

Presenters Richard Allinson and Steve Levine tell the trio's story and assert their position as major contributors to the sound of pure British pop.

Modelled on Motown's Hit Factory of the Sixties, Stock, Aitken & Waterman produced a seemingly endless stream of hits for Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Rick Astley, Sonia and Mel & Kim.

They also brought continued chart success to Bananarama and reignited the career of Donna Summer, amongst others.

Todd Rundgren
01Lieber And Stoller2010041720121002

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers who made hits for Ben E King, The Drifters and many more. First broadcast in 1982.

0101Trevor Horn20060417

A series of one-off special programmes exploring the work of legendary record producers.

Richard Allinson and record producer Steve Levine profile these maverick craftsmen who reveal their studio secrets behind the creation of their classic recordings.

0102Arif Mardin20060501
0103Tony Visconti20060529

Tony Visconti - a man who doesn't fit neatly into any one particular category of producer.

He is also engineer, orchestral arranger and mixer.

0104Bob Clearmountain20060828

Engineer and mixer Bob Clearmountain.

0105Nile Rodgers20070101
0106 LASTHugh Padgham20070409

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine focus on the talents of Hugh Padgham, a man who successfully made the transition from engineer to producer, often with the same artist.

0201Steve Jolley And Tony Swain20070507

With contributions from Gary Kemp and Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet, Leee John of Imagination, and comments from both producers.

0202Clive Langer And Alan Winstanley20070528

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine focus on one of the most important and successful teams in British pop music - Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley.

They have been responsible for an array of hits, including House of Fun by Madness, Absolute Beginners by David Bowie, Morrissey's November Spawned a Monster and Dexys Midnight Runners' Come on Eileen.

6M10cc - 6 Music Producer's Cut20090509

On the next programme in the Record Producers series, Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of one of the wittiest and admired pop bands of the 1970s - 10cc.

Lol Creme, Kevin Godley, Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart provided the entire package.

Not only were they great musicians but they also wrote all their hits in various group combinations, produced their own recordings and, in Eric Stewart, had a built-in engineer.

They also owned their own recording studio which made them a highly productive self-contained unit.

Featuring new interviews with all four band members and exclusive access to the original multi-track recordings of Donna, Wall Street Shuffle and I'm Not In Love.

This extended 6 Music Producer's Cut includes additional 10cc tracks and related music.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of 1970s band 10cc.

6MBernard Butler20101231

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler in this latest programme in 'The Record Producers'.

Bernard talks about his early days with the band along with his production credits for Duffy, Kate Nash, Fyfe Dangerfield and others.

The programme includes rare access to demo recordings from both Suede and Duffy.

David McAlmont talks about his collaborations with Butler and the lead singer with Texas, Sharleen Spiteri, comments on Bernard's work on her 2008 debut solo album 'Melody'.

Steve Levine analyses the original multi-track recordings of McAlmont & Butler's biggest hits.

He also talks with Fyfe Dangerfield about the construction of his recent single 'She Needs Me' which features production work and guest guitar by Bernard Butler.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of Bernard Butler.

6MBill Szymczyk2008042720100421
20090126 (6M)

The producer recalls working with the likes of B.B.King, The Eagles and The Who.

6MBob Clearmountain - 120070829

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine chart the work of the engineer and mixer, whose credits include the Rolling Stones and Roxy Music.

6MBob Clearmountain - 220070830

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine chart the work of the engineer and mixer, whose credits include the Rolling Stones and Roxy Music.

6MChris Thomas20080501

The producer discusses working with the likes of The Beatles, Procol Harum, Roxy Music and The Sex Pistols.

6MGeorge Martin20080418

A look at legendary fifth Beatle George Martin

6MHugh Padgham - 1 *20080828

Steve Levine and Richard Allinson explore the studio work of Hugh Padgham, who produced tracks by Peter Gabriel, XTC and others.

6MHugh Padgham - 2 Last *20080829
6MLeiber And Stoller20080420
6MLieber And Stoller - 12010041720121002

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers who made hits for Ben E King, The Drifters and many more. First broadcast in 1982.

The Record Producers - Leiber & Stoller (part 1 of 2).

Andy Peebles profiles the legendary producers & songwriters whose credits include Elvis Presley and the Drifters.

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.

6MLieber And Stoller - 22010041520100418

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.

The Record Producers - Leiber & Stoller (pt 2 of 2).

Concluding part of the profile of the legendary producers & songwriters whose credits include Elvis Presley & the Drifters.

The Record Producers - Leiber and Stoller (part 2 of 2).

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers who made hits for Ben E King, The Drifters and many more.

6MNicky Chinn And Mike Chapman2008042820090525
20100422 (6M)

The next edition of The Record Producers looks at a duo that was at the forefront of the British glam-rock movement, Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman.

Having provided a number of hit records for The Sweet, Chinn & Chapman went on to guide Mud, Suzi Quatro (and later Smokie) to chart success on Mickie Most's RAK record label.

This was a different type of production team.

Whilst the songs were credited to both, Mike Chapman was the dominant partner in the studio, while Nicky Chinn's business acumen guaranteed their records were marketed and promoted to maximum effect.

The programme concentrates on their work together in the early 70s, but also looks at Mike's solo productions, including his highly successful work on a number of albums with Blondie.

Suzi Quatro, Rob Davis and Ray Stiles of Mud, Andy Scott from Sweet, Smokie's Terry Uttley and Chris Stein of Blondie, along with the production duo, give first hand accounts of their recordings.

The programme includes original demos of classic glam hits and presenters Richard Allinson and Steve Levine take an in-depth look at the multi-track of Blondie's million selling single Heart Of Glass.

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the work of Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman.

A profile of the team behind the hits of The Sweet, Suzi Quatro and others.

The producers discuss their work with The Sweet, Mud, Suzi Quatro and Blondie.

6MPhil Spector20080422
6MRoy Thomas Baker2008042920100423

A profile of the producer who worked with Queen, The Cars and many others.

The Record Producers - Mickie Most.

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the producer whose credits include The Animals, Herman's Hermits, Donovan and Jeff Beck

The producer discusses his work with Queen, The Cars and Foreigner.

6MStephen Street - The Extended Cut20100509

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the work of Stephen Street - whose production credits include The Smiths, Blur, Kaiser Chiefs, The Cranberries, New Order and Morrissey.

The programme includes interviews with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, Blur's Graham Coxon and Ricky Wilson of The Kaiser Chiefs - with exclusive access to multitrack recordings of the Blur hits Girls & Boys" and "Parklife".

Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the work of Stephen Street".

6MTodd Rundgren *2008043020100227

The producer talks about his work with Sparks, New York Dolls, Meatloaf, Patti Smith and others.

6MTom Dowd - 12010041420120929
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Andy Peebles talks to the engineer and producer of many hits on Atlantic Records.

The Record Producers - Tom Dowd (part 1 of 2).

Andy Peebles presents series in which pop record producers talk about their life and work.

Tom Dowd started in the record industry in 1947 and famously worked with Atlantic Records with such artists as Lavern Baker, Ray Charles, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and Cream.

First broadcast in 1982.

Andy Peebles looks back at the work of pioneering producer Tom Dowd, whose work ranged from Ray Charles and Ruth Brown to Aretha Franklin and Cream. First broadcast in 1982.

6MTom Dowd - 22008041720120930
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Andy Peebles continues his profile of the Atlantic Records engineer and producer.

The Record Producers - Tom Dowd (2/2).

Andy Peebles continues his profile the Atlantic Records engineer and producer - including discussion of Dowd's work with Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield, Eric Clapton and others.

First broadcast in 1994.

Andy Peebles continues to look back at the work of pioneering producer Tom Dowd, whose work ranged from Ray Charles and Ruth Brown to Aretha Franklin and Cream. First broadcast in 1982.

6MTom Dowd, 11/04/201020100411

Andy Peebles looks at the career of Tom Dowd.

The Record Producers - Tom Dowd (part 1 of 2).

Andy Peebles presents series in which pop record producers talk about their life and work.

Tom Dowd started in the record industry in 1947 and famously worked with Atlantic Records with such artists as Lavern Baker, Ray Charles, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and Cream.

First broadcast in 1982.

6MTony Visconti - 12007082720080425
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Richard Allinson and Steve Levine examine the career of Tony Visconti, producer and arranger of David Bowie and Manic Street Preachers.

The producer reflects on his work with the likes of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and Mary Hopkin.

A profile of the American producer and musician.

Tony Visconti, producer and arranger for artisits including David Bowie, Sparks and T. Rex looks back at his career.

6MTony Visconti - 22007082820080426
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The producer remembers his work with David Bowie, Thin Lizzy, Boomtown Rats and Sparks.

Part two of a profile of the American producer and musician.

The Record Producers - Tony Visconti (2/2).

Part two of a profile of the American producer and musician including a look at his later work with David Bowie as well as Thin Lizzy and Sparks.

Influential producer Tony Visconti continues to look back at his work with artists such as David Bowie, Sparks and T. Rex.

6MTrevor Horn - 1 *20080826

Steve Levine and Richard Allinson explore the studio work of Trevor Horn, who produced tracks by Frankie Goes To Hollywood and ABC.

6MTrevor Horn - 2 Last20080827
6M01Glyn Johns - 12010041720100420 (6M)
20121021 (6M)

A profile of the man who produced records for The Small Faces, Led Zeppelin and others.

A profile of the man who produced records for The Small Faces, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and The Who, amongst many others.

6M01Lieber And Stoller20100414

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.

The Record Producers - Leiber and Stoller (part 1 of 2).

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers who made hits for Elvis Presley, The Drifters and many more.

90Glyn Johns - 12008042320070606 (6M)
20090122 (6M)

The producer discusses his work with artists such as The Small Faces, Led Zeppelin and Boz Scaggs.

90Leiber And Stoller - 120070603 (6M)
20090119 (6M)
90Leiber And Stoller - 2 Last *20070604 (6M)
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90Mickie Most2010041620100419
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20090121 (6M)

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the producer.

The Record Producers - Mickie Most.

Looking at his work with Donovan & The Animals.

Andy Peebles presents a profile of the producer whose credits include The Animals, Herman's Hermits, Donovan and Jeff Beck