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Thomas Jefferson Kaye


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Thomas Jefferson Kaye (born 1940 as Thomas Jefferson Kontos in North Dakota, died 1994) was an American record producer, singer-songwriter and musician.

Described as a “legendary hipster”, Kaye produced recordings as diverse as the garage classic “96 Tears” by ? and the Mysterians, “Dead Skunk” by Loudon Wainwright III and numerous albums by former Byrd Gene Clark (including the latter’s 1974 masterpiece “No Other”).

He released numerous albums as a recording artist as well, including “First Grade” (ABC, 1974) which was produced by noted Steely Dan producer Gary Katz, which is notable for containing two little-known Walter Becker/Donald Fagen compositions, “American Lovers” and “Jones”.


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    What's wrong? this is the producer of 'No other' / Gene Clark! Won`t anybody listen?

    13 Jan 2009 Reply

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