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Daniel Lanois (born September 19, 1951 in Hull, Québec is a Canadian record producer and singer-songwriter. He has produced albums for a wide variety of artists and released a number of albums of his own work. Artists he has worked with include Bob Dylan, U2, Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel, Robbie Robertson, Chris Whitley, Ron Sexsmith and Nash the Slash.

He started his production career working in his own studio, Grant…

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  • The whole new album is terrific. So good I can forget how much I want another Black Dub!
  • "Aquatic" is amaaaaaaaaaazeballs.
  • Genius!!
  • Looks like he may be producing Robert Plant's next record, which would be, er, sensational. From a Plant interview this week: "I’ve got another [new frontier] lined up which will incorporate these guys [the Sensational Space Shifters] because now we’ve got a signature, and the next thing to do is to have original material. I’ve got about 30 new pieces and I had some good conversations recently with a very renowned soundsmith who’s worked with Dylan and U2. I think what we can do is, if we do it right and we can work out our energies to bring them together successfully, we can blast the work that we’ve done in the past into a brand new place."
  • This man has an extraordinary talent, and not just for producing. I'm damn grateful that he's shared so much of his own music with us in the midst of all the fine work he does for and with others!
  • House M.D !
  • I think listeners of Daniel Lanois might find something interesting here: http://www.last.fm/music/western+skies+motel
  • Rock's greatest producer, and pretty much the most underrated rock musician ever, the man is a soulful, sonic genius. [2]
  • New Group - [url=http://www.last.fm/group/I+Buy+Music+Directly+From+The+Artist]I Buy Music Directly From The Artist[/url]
  • For an amazing reading experience, check out his book Soul Mining: A Musical Life. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0865478597/ref=cm_li_v_cr_self?tag=linkedin-20

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