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Whitecat 8th September 2016 11:05 AM

Your finest work, and work you admire...
 
Hey Mark, thanks again for hanging out with us!

What record (in your opinion) is the best work you've ever done? What are you most proud of?

And are there any records past or present that you really rate on a professional level? Who do you think is or was doing stuff that you aspire to?

Cheers!!

Mark Needham 8th September 2016 02:21 PM

Your finest work, and work you admire.
 
This is a question I get asked a lot and to be truthful I don't really rate the mix when I am just listening to a song. ( unless I am asked to) I hear ideas that I might try to emulate but I don't pay much attention to the "mixing styles". I just listen and like a song or not. I don't really have a favorite genre of music either as I like A LOT of different stuff. As far as my work , I love all of the hits as it is so much fun to know that a lot of people around the world are listening to songs that I played some small role in bring to fruition.Bands like Cake, Chris Isaak, Fleetwood Mac , The Killers, Imagine Dragons,Neon Trees and so many more have taken a chance with me mixing their music and I owe them a big thank you. There are some that not many people have heard like Songs For A Blue Guitar by Mark Kozelek or 60 Watt Silver Lining by Mark Eitzel that I am very proud of , as well as hundreds of other bands throughout the years that I don't have the room here to mention.

retractablezing 8th September 2016 03:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Mark Needham (Post 12122524)
There are some that not many people have heard like Songs For A Blue Guitar by Mark Kozelek

One of my favourite records ever, thank you for your work sir.