John Leckie is one of British music's most prolific record producers, having produced and/or engineered such high-profile albums as George Harrison's All Things Must Pass, The Bends by Radiohead, The Fall's This Nation's Saving Grace, the eponymous debut album of The Stone Roses and The Verve's A Storm in Heaven.

Leckie began his career at Abbey Road Studios as an in-house engineer. During this time he worked with Pink Floyd, all of the Beatles individually as well as many other musicians. Eventually he left and became a freelance producer.

In 1974 Leckie decided to move to Cornwall, setting up a residential recording studio just outside of Fowey called Sawmills.

Awards Edit

  • 1995—Music Week award for Best Producer
  • 1996—Q Award for Best Producer
  • 1997—Brit Award
  • 2001 UK Music Managers Forum Best Producer

Album credits as producerEdit

Album credits with XTCEdit

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