Lee Spencer

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Lee Spencer
Born Lee Alan Spencer-Todd
1963 (age 54–55)
Emsworth, Hampshire, England
Nationality English
Other names Lee Alan Spencer Todd Kitchen.
Occupation musician, music theorist, record producer

Lee Spencer (born Lee Alan Spencer-Todd in 1963) is an English electronic musician, music theorist and record producer. As a solo artist, he is probably best known as the creator of Cavewaves a collection of ambient new age albums. Lee first came to prominence as the keyboard and freestyle analogue synthesizer player for such artists as Beth Orton, William Orbit, and as a founder member of The Dub Pistols, and Monkey Mafia, and a band member with guitarist Johnny Marr[1] (formerly of The Smiths), soundscape production and keyboards for Michael Brook. Now living in Australia performing and producing music and inventing new art using 3D synthesis to create solid representations of music and sound.


  1. ^ Samuelson, Sam. "Biography: Johnny Marr & the Healers". Allmusic. Retrieved 22 February 2011.