|Morrissey had this to say on the Modern Rock Live radio interview (Aug.
...On Steve Lillywhite:
He's incredibly gifted. It's been a great pleasure and enlightenment to work with him.
What does he bring in?
It's an atmosphere, it's positivity, and it's a matter of drawing the best out of
everybody. And that's very hard to do. And Steve Lillywhite does it incredibly well, and
makes you feel more adventurous and more sure of yourself than perhaps you normally would
From the Kirsty
MacColl - Voice Of An Angel FAQ:
...Who is Steve Lillywhite?
Steve Lillywhite is a music producer, and the estranged husband of Kirsty (they separated
in mid-1994). His most notable credits include: U2, Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds,
Morrissey, and, of course, Kirsty MacColl. They have two childrenJamie and
Louiswho appear on Kirstys songs Innocence (big
money), and Happy. Incidentally, Steve is one of the whistlers on Peter
Gabriels song Games Without Frontiers.
Partial Discography of work
produced or co-produced by Steve Lillywhite
(provided by Chris Lark)
Morrissey: Vauxhall & I, Southpaw Grammar, Maladjusted
U2: Boy, October, War, Under A Blood Red
Sky, a few songs on Achthung Baby. He didnt produce Under A Blood
Red Sky but he did help mix it and The Joshua Tree as well
Simple Minds: Sparkle In The Rain
Kirsty MacColl: Kite, Electric Landlady, Galore
(Steve's wife and another "Best Of." Most of the singles are from previous
albums Steve produced.)
Big Country: The Crossing, Steeltown
The Pogues: If I Should From Grace With God, Peace &
Psychedelic Furs: Psychedelic Furs, Talk Talk Talk
Siouxsie & The Banshees: The Scream
Talking Heads: Naked
Peter Gabriel: Peter Gabriel (The one with "Biko" on
Dave Matthews Band: Under The Table & Dreaming, Crash
Climie Fisher: a few songs from Everything
Penetration: Coming Up For Air
The La's: The La's
The Rolling Stones: Dirty Work
Johnny Thunders: So Alone
The Smiths: mixed the "Ask" single
Joan Armatrading: Walk under Ladders
Marshall Crenshaw: Field Day
Thompson Twins: Sidekicks
Travis: Good Feelings
World Party: Bang!
XTC: Drums & Wires, Black Sea
discography is at the Worlds End
even more production credits
are on the All-Music Guide.
Link from Stefan Sahlander.
last modified: 11 Feb 2001