Alan Sanderson is a Grammy Winning recording engineer, mixing engineer and record producer.
1 The 1990's,
2 2000 - 2009,
3 Post 2010 Activities,
4 Partial discography
6 External links,
Alan Sanderson is credited with working on some of the most successful albums of the 1990s while working as an engineer at Cello and Ocean Way Studios in Hollywood, California. Some of the artists which he has recorded include: Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson, Elton John, Fiona Apple, BB King, Counting Crows, Elvis Costello, Ricky Martin, Ziggy Marley, Ryan Adams and Weezer. In 1997 he was an engineer on the The Rolling Stones album, Bridges to Babylon.
He was also active in film work including the 1998 Disney film, Mulan. Other television and movie work includes the sound tracks to, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997), Songs from Ally McBeal (1998), Bounce (2000) and About A Boy (2002).
2000 - 2009:
Post Bridges to Babylon, Sanderson continued to occasionally work for the Rolling Stones as well as on projects for Keith Richards. One such project was a session with Toots Hibbert where the pair recorded the track, "Pressure Drop," at Strate Sounds Studios in San Diego, California. In 2007 Sanderson and DJ Tim Pyles initiated the popular "Pyles Sessions" segment on Pyles San Diego based radio show for FM94/9 KBZT, with bands recording a short live set in the studio for later broadcast. Amongst the artists taking part were Earthless, The Soft Pack and Manual Scan.
Post 2010 Activities:
On February 13, 2011 Sanderson earned a Grammy for his participation in the recording of the album Hello Hurricane by the musical group Switchfoot. Meanwhile on August 13, 2011 Sanderson was called in to record an impromptu vocal session with Dewey Bunnell of America and David Pack of Ambrosia at the San Diego Hotel, Humphrey's by the Bay In 2012 Sanderson relocated to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to set up a full service creative consultancy business specializing in artist development, production, recording and mixing. In the interim Sanderson was commissioned to travel to Africa by Namibia's premier rock group Penilane to build a recording studio, record and produce their latest record. In late 2012 Sanderson returned to the states and completed a documentary film about the San Diego music scene and various recording and film projects in Louisiana, California and New York.
These are some of the albums that Sanderson either engineered or produced tracks on.