Posts Tagged 'Ken Scott'

Classic Album Sundays presents David Bowie ‘Hunky Dory’ with producer Ken Scott

After engineering The Beatles at Abbey Road and working with George Harrison on ‘All Things Must Pass’ Ken Scott decided it was time to sit in the producer’s chair and this was his ‘first’.

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Lou Reed “Transformer” presented by Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

With ‘Transformer’ the rock-poet observed how The Factory’s array of characters were able to reinvent themselves into their own version of beauty.

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CAS Portland presents David Bowie ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars’

Our New England sessions present the album that launched rock’s most iconic mythical figure.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Lou Reed ‘Transformer’

CAS pays tribute to the legend with sessions in NYC, Tokyo, London, Portland and Glasgow.

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Album of the Month: Lou Reed ‘Transformer’

CAS pays tribute to Lou Reed by presenting ‘Tranformer’, his first fully realized solo LP that hosts a body of poignant and timeless songs.

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Brightest Young Things – NYC

Three of the most successful producers in the world, Tony Visconti, Ken Scott and Nile Rodgers talk to Classic Album Sundays about their experiences producing David Bowie.

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PopMatters

Classic Album Sundays and The Red Bull Music Academy present a David Bowie special in New York with Nile Rodgers, Ken Scott, Tony Visconti and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy.

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CAS Boston presents David Bowie “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars”

CAS Boston is getting in on the Bowie action with the album that made him (and Ziggy) a star with a special session on June 9.

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CAS RBMA Bowie Special Highlights

The highlights of our David Bowie Special with Bowie record producers Ken Scott, Tony Visconti and Nile Rodgers. Awesome.

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CAS & Red Bull Music Academy present Bowie Special

Ken Scott, Tony Visconti and Nile Rodgers join us to talk about the Bowie albums they produced!

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