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Biography
Name Anthony Edward Visconti
Born April 24, 1944
Hometown Brooklyn, New York
Years Active 1967 - present
Record Labels
Associated Acts Afraid Of Mice, Alejandro Escovedo, Badfinger, Caravan, David Bowie, Gentle Giant, Hazel O'Connor, Holy Holy, Kaiser Chiefs, Kristeen Young, Mary Hopkin, Morrissey, Paul McCartney & Wings, Perry Farrell, Phillip Boa, Prefab Sprout, Ralph McTell, Richard Barone, Sparks, Strawbs, T. Rex, The Moody Blues, The Move, Thin Lizzy, Tom Paxton
Official Website https://www.visconti-studio.co.uk/tony-visconti/

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American record producer, musician and singer. Since the late 1960s, he has worked with an array of performers. His lengthiest involvement was with David Bowie: intermittently from the production and arrangement of Bowie's 1968 single "In the Heat of the Morning" / "London Bye Ta-Ta" to the 2016 release Blackstar, Visconti produced and occasionally performed on many of Bowie's albums.

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Anthony Edward Visconti (born April 24, 1944) is an American record producer, musician and singer. Since the late 1960s, he has worked with an array of performers. His first hit single was T. Rex's "Ride a White Swan" in 1970, the first of many hits in collaboration with Marc Bolan. Visconti's lengthiest involvement was with David Bowie: intermittently from the production and arrangement of Bowie's 1968 single "In the Heat of the Morning" / "London Bye Ta-Ta" to the 2016 release Blackstar, Visconti produced and occasionally performed on many of Bowie's albums. Visconti's work on Blackstar was cited in its Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and his production of Angelique Kidjo's Djin Djin was cited in its Grammy Award for Best Contemporary World Music Album.