Steve Lillywhite spent many decades among the most acclaimed and effective producers in Uk pop music, over time compiling an extraordinary réamounté including use U2, Peter Gabriel, and Morrissey. Created in 1955, Lillywhite came into the music market in 1972, getting are a tape operator at Polygram. After managing engineering and combining duties on a set of LPs for Golden Earring, he gained his big break generating the demonstration recordings which got the group Ultravox a agreement at Island Information. Lillywhite soon became a member of the label as an employee producer, and following the launch of Ultravox’s 1977 LP Ha!-Ha!-Ha!, he shifted to helming information for fresh wave functions including Siouxsie & the Banshees, the Psychedelic Furs, Eddie & the Scorching Rods, and XTC, for whom he created some acclaimed albums including Drums and Cables and Black Ocean. In 1980, Lillywhite’s profile grew up significantly via his focus on Peter Gabriel’s acclaimed third single LP; that same calendar year, he also created Guy, the debut work from a then-unknown U2. Lillywhite continued to be U2’s producer of preference throughout their early profession, along with his credit also showing up on 1981’s Oct and their 1983 discovery Battle. He also helmed Big Country’s acclaimed 1983 debut The Crossing, in addition to initiatives from Marshall Crenshaw (Field Time) and Basic Minds (Sparkle in the torrential rain). In 1986, Lillywhite’s most high-profile task yet found its way to the form from the Rolling Rocks’ Dirty Function; a year afterwards, he created the Pogues’ exceptional EASILY Should Fall from Sophistication with God, along with the Speaking Heads’ final studio room album, Nude. Lillywhite also helmed the single debut from previous Speaking Mind frontman David Byrne, 1989’s Rei Momo. For wife Kirsty MacColl, whom he wedded in 1984, Lillywhite following done 1989’s Kite, along with the Pogues’ Serenity and Love. Because the fresh 10 years dawned, he held an atypically low profile, especially generating the La’s’ self-titled debut furthermore to MacColl’s Electric powered Landlady. His following major cooperation was with ex-Smiths frontman Morrissey, for whom he created 1994’s Vauxhall and I. That same yr, Lillywhite also oversaw the singer’s Boxers EP, and in 1995 they reunited for the full-length Southpaw Sentence structure. Lillywhite’s other main activity through the mid-’90s centered on the American take action the Dave Matthews Music group, for whom he helmed the 1994 major-label debut Beneath the Desk and Dreaming, in addition to 1996’s Crash. For the like-minded Phish, he also created Billy Breathes. Morrissey’s Maladjusted adopted in 1997.
|1||Paddington, London, England [December 2011]|
|2||He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2012 Queen's New Year Honours List for services to music.|
|3||Has two children: Jamie and Louis.|
|Intermission||2003||producer: "Out of Control"|
|Mr. Deeds||2002||music: "Goin' Down To New York Town" / producer: "Goin' Down To New York Town"|
|Scream 2||1997||producer: "Help Myself"|
|The Magic of David Copperfield XVI: Unexplained Forces||1995||TV Special producer: "Lead a Normal Life"|
|She's Having a Baby||1988||producer: "YOU JUST HAVEN'T EARNED IT YET BABY"|
|Ghostbusters||1984||producer: "IN THE NAME OF LOVE"|
|The Darwin Lost Weekend||2011||Short sound editor / sound mixer|
|The Darwin Lost Weekend||2011||Short||Other Man in Pub|
|The Darwin Lost Weekend||2011||Short|
|The Darwin Lost Weekend||2011||Short assistant editor|
|One Life No Regrets||2017||Documentary post-production||Himself|
|The Nation's Favourite Christmas Song||2012||TV Movie documentary||Himself - Producer, Fairytale of New York|
|Artifact||2012||Documentary||Himself - Interviewee|
|Arena||2010||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The Story of Fairytale of New York||2005||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|UK Music Hall of Fame: Biggest Selling Artists of the 21st Century||2005||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Who Killed Kirsty MacColl?||2004||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Kirsty: The Life and Songs of Kirsty MacColl||2001||TV Special documentary||Himself|
|Classic Albums: U2 - The Joshua Tree||1999||Video documentary||Himself|
|XTC at the Manor||1980||TV Special||Himself (producer)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2006||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Album of the Year||· U2 (Artist)
· Carl Glanville (Engineer/Mixer)
· Flood (Engineer/Mixer/Producer)
· Greg Collins (Engineer/Mixer)
· Jacknife Lee (Engineer/Mixer/Producer)
· Nellee Hooper (Engineer/Mixer)
· Simon Gogerly (Engineer/Mixer)
· Arnie Acosta (Mastering Engineer)
· Brian Eno (Producer)
· Chris Thomas (Producer)
· Daniel Lanois (Producer)
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