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Daniel Lanois

Daniel Lanois

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Daniel Lanois: The Producer as Conscience

Interview by Rob Tannenbaum, Musician, December 1986

"THERE'S A lot of pollution out there," says Daniel Lanois, drinking tea in the gazebo of his Santa Monica hotel one September morning, before continuing ...

Brian Eno, Roger Eno, Harold Budd, Daniel Lanois: Music For Films (Land)

Review by Andrew Smith, Melody Maker, 22 October 1988

LET'S NOT mince words; most of these ambienceurs are a fraud, trying to sell us insubstantial ideas that aren't worth listening to by simply turning ...

Daniel Lanois: A Nomad Settles Down to Record His Own Album

Profile and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 17 September 1989

DANIEL LANOIS is best known for co-producing such chart breakthrough albums as U2's The Joshua Tree and Peter Gabriel's So. But you won't find much ...

Daniel Lanois: Chairman of the Boards

Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 30 November 1989

Daniel Lanois, rock's premier producer, steps out with his own album ...

Daniel Lanois: Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 10 February 1990

BEST KNOWN for producing U2's The Joshua Tree and whipping up a little dust-storm of hipness around Dylan's Oh Mercy, Daniel Lanois is also a ...

Daniel Lanois and U2: Five Men and Achtung Baby

Interview by Max Bell, Vox, December 1991

The new U2 album — released on November 18 — is "rougher and harder-hitting than anything we've done before" …Producer Daniel Lanois talks to Max ...

Daniel Lanois: The Book of Daniel

Interview by Fred Schruers, Musician, September 1993

Dan Lanois The Musician Eclipses Lanois The Producer ...

Daniel Lanois' shining pedal steel sound

Interview by Nicholas Jennings, Inside Entertainment, 2003

"I HAVE WANDERED far and wide," Daniel Lanois sings on the title track to his latest album, "all the way from Paris to Mexico". ...

Daniel Lanois: The Basement, Sydney

Live Review by Mark Mordue, Drum Media, 14 April 2006

DANIEL LANOIS is a strange kettle of fish. You wouldn't call his voice magic, but there's a lot going on in his mind and how ...

Bob Dylan Turns 70

Retrospective and Interview by Michael Simmons, L.A. Weekly, 12 May 2011

I'M 56 YEARS old. Old enough to remember one president's assassination and another's resignation, black people getting beaten for insisting on the right to vote ...


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