Rhett Davies

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Rhett Davies (born 1949, London) is an English record producer and engineer.

Rhett Davies' father was trumpet player Ray Davies; they are no relation to Ray Davies of The Kinks. Davies became a studio engineer at Island Records studios in the early 1970s, and his first session was the recording process for Brian Eno's album, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy). Davies and Eno worked together on several further projects and made innovations in studio recording techniques, especially regarding tape loops and drum machines. He went on to produce many artists of the 1970s and 1980s, but retired from production work in the 1990s.

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Davies produced and/or engineered the following albums:

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