Don't worry Camus, my suggestion was tongue-in-cheek. I was rather tickled by her mistaking the Enz for an English band.quote:Originally posted by Camus:
[qb]Interesting, but would there be any point? We're all pretty much in agreement that he did an appalling job on the album (complete ball drop IMHO) and she does describe him as 'the late GREAT Mallory Earl and describing Split Enz as a band from London, tends she doesn't know who they are which makes me think she probably wouldn't know/remember anything. Looking at that list of people he's worked with, I'm surprised I've only ever heard of him as the producer of Frenzy. Isn't there a rather large question mark over whether he actually worked with Hendrix or not? [/qb]quote:Maybe we could ask Mallory Earl's widow (Mushmouse3) about his work with Split Enz - "a group from London", according to her.
Mallory Earl's work for Hendrix has been mysteriously overlooked by the AMG database too