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PWL From the Factory Floor Paperback – 22 Nov 2010
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About the Author
Phil Harding is still an in-demand writer, producer, mix engineer, guest speaker and lecturer. He talks at universities and colleges around the UK, often with Pete Waterman, and is currently Vice-Chairman of the Music Producers Guild and Chairman of the Joint Audio and Media Education Service. He is regularly featured and interviewed in music production magazines and websites and is remembered fondly by just about everybody who has worked with hima rarity indeed in his business!"
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Overall, it is a cracking good read and I recommend it. Pete Waterman wished he was Pete Waterman for his autobiography. Forget that, I wish I was Phil Harding.
At times Phil's ego shows too much in this book. He is very quick to dismiss the work of other legendary PWL Mastermixers (like the amazing PETE HAMMOND). PETE HAMMOND did some of the very best mixing work at PWL (and is still producing PWL sounding remixes today)
A great book! Hats off to Phil for producing it.
A 2CD Set of PHIL HARDINGS best remixes "Phil Harding Club Mixes of the 80s" is soon to be released by Cherry Pop records which i have already ordered via Amazon. It's released November 14th 2011 so check it out!
I also enjoy listening to Pete Waterman - ok he has an ego the size of Yorkshire - but I can put up with that.
This book however is about man who worked as part of the SAW team - but was primarily responsible not for the big hits - but the remixes.
So it was interesting hearing an employees side of the story but...he didn't seem to at the heart of what SAW were famous for.
My expectation was for stories behind the scenes and the vision of SAW - that wasn't there!
Phil's background and insight into the PWL Empire is really interesting to read.
Would recommend this to anyone with an interest in the music business.
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