Roger Pusey

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Roger Pusey
Origin London, England
Genres Rock
Occupations Radio Producer
Record producer
Labels Rough Trade
EMI
Strange Fruit
Polymorph
Associated acts The Smiths
John Peel
David Bowie
Joshua Fisher

Roger Pusey is a former BBC Radio 1 producer who worked on the Peel Sessions.[1]

He produced versions of a number of tracks for influential Manchester band The Smiths including "This Charming Man",[2] "What Difference Does It Make",[3] and "This Night Has Opened My Eyes" [4] on the iconic compilation albums: Hatful of Hollow and Louder Than Bombs.

In addition, Roger produced tracks for David Bowie and New Model Army.[5]

In 2010 he co-produced the debut EP "Atlas" by singer-songwriter Joshua Fisher.

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