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John Beck

John Beck (musician)

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John Beck is an English musician in progressive rock band, It Bites.[1]

Work

John Beck is a writer, producer, keyboard player and guitarist known for his work with Tasmin Archer and Corinne Bailey Rae. John was signed to EMI along with Tasmin after writing her first hit "Sleeping Satellite", which went on to be number 1 in 16 countries. The album sold 1.5 million and went on to receive a Brit Award.

John has subsequently been Grammy and Ivor nominated and in 2008 won ASCAP song of the year award for "Put Your Records On" performed by Corinne Bailey Rae.

John has recently been working in New York with Claude Kelly and Andrea Martin, two of America's most influential writers, and whilst there was asked to work on a rare co-write with Ashford and Simpson, as well as being invited by Amanda Ghost to write for Epic recent signing Alice Smith.

John has also worked with and written for Will Young, Paloma Faith, Lisa Mitchell, Pearl and the Puppets, Rebecca Ferguson, Eliza Doolittle (singer), Delilah, Daley, Newton Faulkner, Lianne LaHvas and many more. Joe Goddard recently re-mixed John's track "Gabriel" featuring Valentina which became number 1 in the dance charts.

References

  1. Brad Webber, Home Entertainment. Rave recordings., 1 July 1993, p. 6. URL accessed on 14 February 2011.
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