Ken Scott – Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust

In a landmark podcast, Ken Scott, legendary recording engineer and producer, talks about some of his favourite recordings.

Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust, Ken Scott

  1. The Beatles – I Am the Walrus (Single B-side to Hello Goodbye, Parlophone, 1967)
  2. Jeff Beck Group – Ol’ Man River (Truth, EMI Columbia, 1968)
  3. The Beatles – Hey Jude (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1968)
  4. The Beatles – Glass Onion (The Beatles, Parlophone, 1968)
  5. Plastic Ono Band – Cold Turkey (Single A-side, 1969)
  6. David Bowie – Life On Mars (Hunky Dory, RCA, 1971)
  7. Elton John – Rocket Man (Honky Château, DJM, 1972)
  8. David Bowie – Moonage Daydream (The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, RCA, 1972)
  9. Lou Reed – Walk On The Wild Side (Transformer, RCA, 1972)
  10. David Bowie – Cracked Actor (Aladdin Sane, RCA, 1973)
  11. David Bowie – 1984 / Dodo (Diamond Dogs: 30th Anniversary Edition, EMI, 2004 rec 1973)
  12. Mahavishnu Orchestra – Open Country Joy (Birds of Fire, Columbia, 1973)
  13. Supertramp – Dreamer (Crime of the Century, A&M, 1974)
  14. The Tubes – Don’t Touch Me There (Young and Rich, A&M, 1976)
  15. Missing Persons – Words (Spring Session M, Capitol, 1982)
  16. George Harrison – I Live For You (All Things Must Pass: 30th Anniversary Edition, Parlophone, 2001)

Talking to Jason Barnard, Ken shares stories from his superb book Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust: Off the Record with The Beatles, Bowie, Elton and So Much More.

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