Paul Fox (record producer)

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Paul Fox is an American record producer,[1] who is best known for producing such recording artists as Faker, The Green Children, Björk, Gene Loves Jezebel, 10,000 Maniacs, XTC, Phish, Texas, Sunfall Festival, Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians, The Sugarcubes, Too Much Joy, They Might Be Giants, Edwin McCain, Semisonic, and Grant Lee Buffalo.[2][3]

He also played as a session player with the Pointer Sisters, Rod Stewart, Patti LaBelle, Mötley Crüe, DeBarge, and Natalie Cole among others.[4]

Discography[edit]

Year Title Artist Role
1980 "Big Fat Man" Laurel Aitken Producer
1983 Break Out The Pointer Sisters Emulator
1984 "Own the Night" George McCrae Keyboards
Electronic Drums
Producer
1985 Nightshift Commodores Synthesizer
Bass programming
Drums programming
Arrangement on "I Keep Running" and "Janet"
Writer on "Janet"
1985 Contact The Pointer Sisters Additional synthesizer
Emulator
1986 Hot Together The Pointer Sisters Synthesizer except "Sexual Power"
Drums and associate producer on 4 tracks
Horn arrangement
Soloist
Tom-Tom
1986 Chico DeBarge Chico DeBarge Associate producer, drum programming, synthesizer and writer on "Talk to Me"
Programming on "Desperate" and "If It Takes All Night"
1987 All for Love Princess Producer, keyboards, bass, drums, and programming on 2 tracks
1987 "He Turned Me Out" The Pointer Sisters Associate producer on "Translation"
1987 Scarlett and Black Scarlett and Black Additional drum programming on "Let Yourself Go-Go"
Bass synthesizer on "Yesterday's Gone"
Keyboards
Producer
1989 Oranges & Lemons XTC Producer
1990 Kiss of Life Gene Loves Jezebel Keyboards
Producer
1991 Perspex Island Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians Producer
1991 Cereal Killers Too Much Joy Keyboards
Backing vocals
Producer
1992 Stick Around for Joy The Sugarcubes Producer
Mixing
1992 Our Time in Eden 10,000 Maniacs Producer
1992 The Wallflowers The Wallflowers Producer
1993 Blow Straitjacket Fits Producer
1993 Ricks Road Texas String arrangement
Writer on "So Called Friend"
Producer
1993 MTV Unplugged 10,000 Maniacs Producer
1993 Womb Amnesia Subject to Change Producer
1994 Loose Victoria Williams Producer[5]
1994 Necessary Angels Sara Hickman Producer
1994 Hoist Phish Producer
1994 John Henry They Might Be Giants Producer
1995 Honor Among Thieves Edwin McCain Hammond organ
Piano
Producer
1995 Free Like We Want 2 B Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers Additional production
1996 Great Divide Semisonic Producer
1996 Gotta Get Over Greta The Nields Keyboards, tambourine, producer, and mixing on "Taxi Girl"
1997 Sweet 75 Sweet 75 Mellotron
Organ
Producer
1997 Moonbathing on Sleeping Leaves Sky Cries Mary Cello arranger
Producer
1998 Jubilee Grant Lee Buffalo Producer
1998 Phantom Planet Is Missing Phantom Planet Producer
1998 One by One Agents of Good Roots Producer
1999 Deconstruction Meredith Brooks Producer on "Sin City"
2001 Tyler Hilton Tyler Hilton Producer
2001 South Heather Nova Producer on "Virus of the Mind"
2002 Divine Discontent Sixpence None the Richer Producer
Orchestration
2004 Terra Naomi Terra Naomi Writer on "Misery" and "I Still Love You"
Engineer
Producer
2006 Virtually Terra Naomi Producer
2006 The Green Children The Green Children Additional keyboards
Additional programming
Bass synthesizer
Engineer
Producer
2006 Motherlode Sara Hickman Producer on "Birdhouse"
2007 Under the Influence Terra Naomi Producer
2007 Be the Twilight Faker Producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jason Ankeny. "Paul Fox | Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-06-29. 
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20091121075830/http://brightmanmusic.com/?page_id=69. Archived from the original on November 21, 2009. Retrieved January 22, 2010.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ "Thanks, Girlfriend". San Diego Reader. 2010-01-20. Retrieved 2014-06-29. 
  4. ^ "Paul Fox: Information from". Answers.com. Retrieved 2014-06-29. 
  5. ^ "Loose". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-09-07.