Manufacturer Tony Berg began his profession during the later 1970s being a program guitarist, often using on soft-rock produces from performers including Surroundings Supply (1977’s Like as well as other Bruises) and Debby Boone (1979’s Midstream). After accumulating a variety of studio room credits not merely as an instrumentalist but additionally as an arranger, he transferred into production through the past due 1980s, credit scoring his first main achievement with Michael Penn’s 1989 debut March. By 1990 Berg was being among the most prolific companies available, that year by itself focusing on Wendy & Lisa’s Eroica, Edie Brickell’s Ghost of the Dog and Community Image Limited’s THE BEST Hits, UP TO NOW. In 1991, he continuing his frenetic speed with Squeeze’s Play and Pet Logic’s Rose Shaded Glasses. Missing a clearly described signature audio, Berg’s brand was rather his sheer eclecticism — in 1993, for instance, he produced different efforts which range from X’s Hey Zeus! to Bruce Hornsby’s Harbor Lighting to Aimee Mann’s Whatever. Furthermore to production responsibilities, he afterwards also offered as an A&R exec using the Geffen label.
|1||Son of Richard Berg.|
|2||Brother of A. Scott Berg and Jeff Berg.|
|3||Guitarist who has worked with such people as Bette Midler and Michael Penn.|
|TURN: Washington's Spies||2014||TV Series music consultant - 10 episodes|
|The People Speak||2009||Documentary executive music producer|
|Parker Kane||1990||TV Movie music coordinator|
|America 3000||1986||music arranger|
|The Best of Times||1986||music producer|
|Boone||1983||TV Series composer - 4 episodes|
|Sunshine Christmas||1977||TV Movie music coordinator|
|Welcome to 18||1986|
|Hometown||1985||TV Series 1 episode|
|Space||1985||TV Mini-Series 3 episodes|
|ABC Afterschool Specials||1984||TV Series 1 episode|
|High School U.S.A.||1983||TV Movie|
|The Rock Rainbow||1978||TV Movie|
|Snow Angels||2007/I||producer: "The Now Penguin" / writer: "The Now Penguin"|
|Mr. Wrong||1996||producer: "IT'S NOT UNUSUAL"|
|Knights of the City||1986||performer: "Bounce"|
|Doctor Duck's Super Secret All-Purpose Sauce||1986||Video lyrics: "I've Got a Radio" / music: "I've Got a Radio"|
|Wavelength||1983||writer: "All I Know for Sure"|
|A Perfect Couple||1979||writer: "Somp'ins Got A Hold On Me", "Hurricane", "Week-End Holiday", "Won't Somebody Care", "Love Is All There Is", "Searchin' For The Light", "Lonely Millionaire"|
|A Perfect Couple||1979||Lead Guitarist (uncredited)|
|Perspective on Altman's 'Perfect Couple'||2006||Video documentary short||Himself|
|King of the Mountain||1981||Himself|
|Divine Madness||1980||Documentary||Band Vocals|
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