Johnny Money teamed with co-producer Cameron McVey to mastermind Massive Attack’s seminal 1991 debut Blue Lines, in place midwifing the cinematic, thick fusion of is better than, samples, and strings retroactively dubbed “trip-hop.” Blessed Jonathan Clear in Cornwall, Britain on Feb 20, 1964, he was the kid of cult filmmaker Don Clear, whose oeuvre features the underground preferred Psychomania. While keeping some short-lived jobs which range from mechanic to trout farmhand, he sang with an area group known as the “Fantastic Inkblots” eventually getting an anatomist gig using a western London recording studio room. In 1988, Buck (so called because he only was payed for his focus on Blue Lines) befriended McVey, aka “Booga Carry,” in those days working on Organic Like Sushi, the debut LP by his potential wife, vocalist Neneh Cherry. Extra collaborators included Andrew “Mushroom” Vowles and Robert “3D” Del Naja, afterwards two-thirds of Substantial Attack, and during the period of the causing sessions, the essential blueprint for trip-hop’s pioneering relationship of spirit, reggae, and electronica begun to consider shape. Specifically, Dollar’s production focus on Cherry’s strike “Manchild” crystallized his personal audio, forging a exclusively atmospheric and understated interpretation of modern membership music. The industrial and critical achievement of Fresh Like Sushi resulted in a agreement with Circa Information to comprehensive the periods for what would become Blue Lines. With Money and McVey set up as companies and Offer “Daddy G” Marshall completing the primary Massive Strike lineup, bolstered by vocalist Shara Nelson and rapper Tricky Child, they began focus on their landmark debut one “Unfinished Symphony,” a haunting, richly appointed masterpiece that consistently rates on critics’ lists of the greatest British singles ever. Furthermore to his coding expertise, Money also added keyboards and guitars towards the finished LP, released to near-universal acclaim in Apr 1991. The strikes “Safe and sound from Damage” and “Hymn from the Big Steering wheel” soon adopted, and months later on Massive Assault and Buck reconvened to begin with sessions to get a proposed sophomore work, Protection. Several demos were documented, but Buck and McVey had been also at the job on Cherry’s personal follow-up, Homebrew, therefore Massive Attack rather recruited maker Nellee Hooper. While Homebrew didn’t fare aswell as its forerunner, Buck and Cherry once again reunited in 1994 for “7 Mere seconds,” her smash cooperation with Senegalese superstar Youssou N’Dour. Buck also helmed the Gabrielle blockbuster “Rise” and Kylie Minogue’s “Confide in Me,” and remixed paths for Depeche Setting, EMF, Carleen Anderson, and Pulp. After fighting cancer, Dollar passed away in London on, may 29, 2009.