Are Ken Scott's contributions to recording underrated?
Seems like I don't hear Scott mentioned much, though he had a hand in Bowie's biggest records of the time, Hunky Dory, Ziggy, and Aladdin Sane. He also engineered on The Man Who Sold The World and produced Pin Ups as well. Bowie was arguably one of the biggest recording stars of the 70's, and those were among his best-selling albums.
He's worked with jazz/funk luminaries like Billy Cobham, Stanley Clarke, fusion groups like Mahavishnu Orchestra, and started out engineering for a little band out of Liverpool called the Beatles. Are Ken Scott's contributions to recording overlooked?
Say It Right said:
You neglected to mention Supertramp - Crime of the Century. It put them on the map.
Repackaged and presented to each new generation so the Fab music that will always be fresh and timeless will be packaged in a new and fresh way for the new kids.
Post by mintyjackhole on Nov 21, 2019 12:28:40 GMT
In a thread about how Amazon is selling CD-Rs of new releases, Say It Right decides the OP does not have the SHiTE credentials to even poat about the issue yet.
Say It Right: "According to your profile, you've been here a whole 9 days. You open up a new thread just to complain. Wouldn't it have just been easier to direct it back to Amazon and arrange to return the item?"
He gets called out for being a dick by Mr. Datsun and questions that dude's annoying music consumer bona fides: "You must have an extremely low threshold of what constitutes an attack. Amazon makes it easy to arrange returns and credits. It's also easy to place a review. That's it.
This CD-R business has been going on for quite a while (whether that always appears in the descriptions is another matter!) If you're the collector that you claim to be, you'd already know it.
Yeah, every little inconvenience has to involve the outside world through Twitter, FB...and SHF."
Not that funny, but a prime example of why Say It Right remains the biggest dick on the forum.