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  1. 5 de nov. de 2023 · Cuando un prodigio estadounidense llamado Tony Visconti se mudó a Londres, también se fue a trabajar para Essex. Visconti recordó para la revista Starzone a principios de los 80 lo que sucedió después:

  2. Hace 4 días · Co-produced by Tony Visconti, Scary Monsters was recorded between February and April 1980 at the Power Station in New York City, and later Good Earth Studios in London. Much of the same personnel from prior releases returned for the sessions, with additional guitar by Chuck Hammer and Robert Fripp, and a guest appearance by Pete Townshend.

  3. 5 de nov. de 2023 · Tony Visconti afirma: podría haberlo hecho mejor En Facebook El productor, que ha trabajado con David Bowie y Paul McCartney entre otros, no se anduvo con rodeos. Dijo: “Creo que es realmente genial que los Beatles ayudaran a hacer de este un sencillo muy agradable.

  4. 10 de nov. de 2023 · Hearing that his bass-player idol Weeks was in, producer and regular Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti set off to join camp immediately. And for all these top-rank players, the master-stroke was the choice of backing vocalists as, alongside Ava Cherry, Alomar brought in his wife Robin Clark and future soul superstar Luther Vandross.

  5. 8 de nov. de 2023 · Tony Visconti (Image credit: Getty Images) The two people that Bowie had seen getting friendly were actually Tony Visconti and German singer Antonia Maass. As Visconti was married, Bowie decided that when being interviewed about the record, to use another story to spare everyone's blushes.

  6. 27 de nov. de 2023 · The band had made their debut on Apple when they were still named the Iveys, with 1969’s “Maybe Tomorrow,” co-produced by the up-and-coming Tony Visconti and Beatles sideman Mal Evans.

  7. 29 de nov. de 2023 · Future Bowie mentor Tony Visconti steps in on bass for Beautiful Daughter. The whimsical English psychedelia of the song wouldn’t have seemed out of place two or three years earlier, but the strings – and particularly the cellos – are a sure-fire signpost to where Roy Wood’s thoughts were heading…