Charles Fisher (producer)

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Charles Fisher is an Australian record producer. Often referred to as the song doctor. He is widely known as the producer of Savage Garden's eponymous album which yielded 10 ARIAs (including Producer of the Year and a Special Achievement Award[1] for himself) in 1997. "I Want You", a single from the aforementioned album also won a Channel V award in India. He is also the recipient of the prestigious Ted Albert Award presented to him by APRA for his services to the Australian Music Industry. He has also worked with Radio Birdman, Air Supply, Hoodoo Gurus, Olivia Newton-John, Gyan, Moving Pictures, 1927, Electric Pandas, Detective Red, Soul Decision, The Radiators, Deep Blue Something and Ace of Base. Overall his work has garnered some twelve ARIA awards.

In the mid-1970s Fisher opened the famed Trafalgar Recording Studios in Sydney's inner south-western suburbs. The studio became one of Australia's premier independent recording facilities, recording & producing acts through the ‘70’s and ‘80’s such as Marcia Hines, Midnight Oil, INXS, Cold Chisel, Skyhooks, Sherbet, Radio Birdman, Moving Pictures, Martin Plaza, Hoodoo Gurus, as well as international acts such as Police and Elvis Costello & Syrius. Currently still active as a producer, his latest project being an album with the Irish based trio The Celtic Tenors on Decca Records for release in 2015.

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