Stef and James talk to renowed producer and all-round super bloke Fred Mollin.
Fred is very open about how he works in the studio, his relationship with the songwriter Jimmy Webb, being a film composer and not being 'damaged enough' to be an artist himself.
Fred Mollin first came into international prominence as a record producer in the late 70's, producing numerous albums and singles, including the Grammy award-nominated "Sometimes When We Touch' by Dan Hill. In the early 80's Mollin based in L.A. and Toronto to start a 17 year run as a composer for television and film.
In 2001, Mollin moved to Nashville, as he greatly missed producing and arranging albums, and knew that Nashville was the preeminent place for recording live musicians in the studio. Since dipping his foot back in the water of record producing again, starting in 1996, with critically acclaimed albums such as Jimmy Webb's "Ten Easy Pieces", Kris Kristofferson's "THe Austin Sessions", and Barry Mann's "Soul and Inspiration".
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