Peter Walsh (record producer)

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Peter Walsh (born 1960) is a British record producer and engineer.

Walsh cut his teeth as an engineer at London's Utopia Studios in the late 1970s, working with Stevie Wonder, The Tubes, Spandau Ballet and The Boomtown Rats amongst others.[1]

His breakthrough was as assistant producer on the 1981 debut album by Heaven 17, Penthouse and Pavement. Following this success he went on to produce several artists among them Peter Gabriel, China Crisis, Gene Loves Jezebel and Simple Minds.

In 1984, Walsh produced Scott Walker's album, Climate of Hunter. Walsh has continued to work with Walker, producing and performing on his 1995 album Tilt, and the 2006 album The Drift. In addition he has worked with Walker on records by Ute Lemper and Pulp.

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  1. ^ "Peter Walsh Biography". Retrieved 13 October 2011.
  2. ^ "Peter Walsh - Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013-05-25.

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