This week I am joined by legendary Grammy winning music producer Steve Buckingham. He's also a pretty good guitarist. Steve has been in the music business since the late 60's and has produced iconic artists like Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and Melissa Manchester. He put both Mary Chapin Carpenter and Ricky Van Shelton on their paths to country music stardom. Also, the very first record Steve produced became a worldwide disco sensation, "I Love The Nightlife (Disco 'round)" by Alicia Bridges.
Steve tells behind the scenes stories of recording sessions and his recollections of recording in studios such as Bill Lowery's famed Studio One and Southern Tracks Recording Studios in Atlanta, and the legendary Muscle Shoals hit factories, Rick Hall's FAME Recording Studios and Muscle Shoals Sound Studios.
The episode is a long one, but Steve has so much to tell and is so interesting to listen to that I couldn't just chop it all down. There are a couple of breaks that coincide with changes in Steve's career, so if you want to pause and go back later those will be good spots.
I hope you enjoy!
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