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Russ Titelman

Russ Titelman
Born (1944-08-16) August 16, 1944
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Music producer, songwriter

Russ Titelman (born August 16, 1944, Los Angeles, California)[1] is an American record producer and songwriter. He has to date won three Grammy Awards. He earned his first producing the Steve Winwood song "Higher Love",[2] and his second and third for Eric Clapton's Journeyman and Unplugged albums. Titelman also produced the 24 Nights live album of 1990 and the all-blues album From The Cradle, released in 1994.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Selected Production credits 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Biography

Beginning his career in the 1960s, he has worked with Bee Gees, Little Feat, Christine McVie, Meat Loaf, Paul Simon, Brian Wilson, The Allman Brothers Band, James Taylor, Rickie Lee Jones, Chaka Khan, Ry Cooder, Randy Newman, Gordon Lightfoot, Eric Clapton and Gerry Goffin. After having worked for Warner Bros. Records for 20 years, Titelman has been an independent producer since 1997.

Titelman started his independent music label Walking Liberty Records in New York. One of his first productions for the label was the debut album by the Oklahoma based singer-songwriter Jared Tyler. Released in 2005, Blue Alleluia included guest appearances from Emmylou Harris, Mac McAnally and Mary Kay Place.

Selected Production credits

Randy Newman

Rickie Lee Jones

Steve Winwood

Meat Loaf

James Taylor

Cyndi Lauper

References

  1. ^ AllMusic
  2. ^ White, Timothy (1986-07-17). "Steve Winwood: Back In The High Life : Music Reviews : Rolling Stone". web.archive.org. Archived from the original on 2009-02-13. Retrieved August 7, 2011. 

External links

  • Songwriter101.com


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