Steve Fisk

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Steve Fisk
Turner & Fisk 01.jpg
Fisk (right) with Steve Turner of Mudhoney, 2007
Background information
Genres Grunge, Alternative rock
Occupations Recording engineer
musician
record producer
Years active 1982–present
Labels Sub Pop, K Records
Associated acts Pigeonhed
Pell Mell
Website www.stevefisk.com

Steve Fisk is a Washington-based audio engineer, record producer and musician.

Fisk joined the instrumental rock band Pell Mell in 1982.[1] With vocalist Shawn Smith, he formed Pigeonhed, which released its first album in 1993.

Steve in the Ellensburg studio, 1987.

Bands produced or engineered[edit]

Solo discography[edit]

  • Kiss This Day Goodbye, K Records, (1982), cassette
  • Til the Night Closes in, K Records, (1985), cassette
  • One More Valley, K Records, (1985), cassette
  • 448 Deathless Days, SST Records, (1987)
  • Over and Thru the Night, K Records, (1993)
  • 999 Levels of Undo, Sub Pop, (2001)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Strong, Martin C. The Great Indie Discography, 2nd Edition. Edinburgh: Canongate, 2003.
  2. ^ The Rough Guide to Rock, 3rd Edition. London: Rough Guides, 2003. 615.
  3. ^ a b c d Woodlief, Mark. "Steve Fisk" CMJ New Music Monthly 92 (Apr 2001): 71.
  4. ^ True, Everett. Nirvana: The Biography. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo, 2007. 144.
  5. ^ a b Housman, Danny. "Pigeonhed" CMJ New Music Monthly 43 (Mar 1997): 40.
  6. ^ Ashare, Matt. "Heather Duby" CMJ New Music Monthly 75 (Nov 1999): 46.
  7. ^ All Music Guide to Rock, 3rd Edition. San Francisco, CA: Backbeat, 2002. 77.

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