Mark Saunders

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This article is about the record producer. For the football (soccer) player, see Mark Saunders (footballer). For the bassist, see Florence and the Machine.

Mark Saunders (born 1959) is a British record producer who has worked on a number of albums. He relocated to New York City in 1996 and works from his facility in Manhattan, Beat360 Studios.


He began his career in 1984 as an assistant at Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley's West Side Studios, London. A year later, he got his first engineering credit on David Bowie and Mick Jagger's charity single "Dancing in the Street".[1]

In 2008, he contributed production to A-ha's UK top ten album Foot of the Mountain which was certified platinum in February 2010. He is currently working with singer-songwriter Teddy Geiger in Manhattan.


Year Artist Record Credit
1989 Erasure Wild! Producer [2]
Neneh Cherry Raw Like Sushi [3]
The Cure Wish [4]
1995 Tricky Maxinquaye Producer, Keyboards[5][6]
Shiny Toy Guns We Are Pilots


  1. ^ Personal bio
  2. ^
  3. ^ Tannenbaum, Rob (1989-10-08). "Neneh Cherry 'Raw like Sushi' Album Review". Rolling Stone. 
  4. ^ Hunter, James (1992-05-14). "The Cure 'Wish' Album Review". Rolling Stone. 
  5. ^ Fadele, Dele (1995-02-18). "Tricky 'Maxinequaye' Album Review". The NME. 
  6. ^ "CLASSIC TRACKS: Tricky 'Black Steel'". SoundOnSound. Retrieved 17 April 2014. 

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