Calum Malcolm

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Calum Malcolm is a Scottish record producer, sound engineer and keyboardist based in Edinburgh.

He started his rock music career with the band The Headboys in 1977.

Since 1978 he has worked with bands and musicians such as The Blue Nile, Capercaillie, Clannad, Emily Barker, Fish, Deacon Blue, The Go-Betweens, Hue and Cry, Maire Brennan, Nazareth, Orange Juice, Prefab Sprout, Runrig, Steve Adey, Kris Drever, The Silencers, Simple Minds and Wet Wet Wet. Whilst Barb Jungr, Claire Martin, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Carol Kidd are others whom Malcolm has worked alongside in the recording studio.[1]

His working credits also include The Boys of the Lough, Brian McNeill, It's Immaterial, Josef K, Mike Lindup, Stéphane Grappelli, The Happy Family, Tom Anderson, Tommy Smith, William Jackson and Black's (Colin Vearncombe) new 2015 album, Blind Faith.[2]

Calum "refurbished" Prefab Sprout's (16 years in the vaults LP) 2009 album, Let's Change the World with Music.


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