Luis Rodríguez (producer)

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Luis Rodríguez
Genres Synthpop
Occupation(s) Songwriter, musician, Producer
Years active 1979-present
Labels BMG
Associated acts Modern Talking
Blue System

Luis Rodríguez Salazar (born 1948) is a Spanish producer, arranger, mixer and engineer, known by his role in the co-production of Modern Talking.[1][2] He was also involved up to the 1990s in most of Dieter Bohlen's productions, for example, C. C. Catch and Blue System, working as co-producer.[2]

Biography[edit]

Rodriguez was born in Fuente el Fresno, Ciudad Real, Spain in 1948. Started as Bassist / Guitarist in the band "Los Esclavos" performing in one of the most important Flamenco Clubs in Hamburg. He became a singer in the mid-1970s, creating his own Recording Studio in Hamburg "Star 33". Luis Rodriguez co-produced such artists as C. C. Catch, Blue System, Chris Norman (ex-Smokie), Bonnie Tyler, and others. In the 1990s he worked on numerous projects like New Baccara, Mike Mareen, Chicano, T. Ark, Sweet Connection, and others. He had big success as producer with the music project Fun Factory.

With vocals of his wife Lian Ross, Rodríguez produced some dance-projects as such as: Creative Connection, Josy, Lian Ross, Jobel, Dana Harris, and others.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Medern Talking - Biografia". Universo 105.5 FM (in Spanish). Crespo, Argentina. Retrieved 31 July 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Luis Rodriguez - Bio, CDs and Vinyl at Discogs". discogs.com. Retrieved 31 July 2010.