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MPF Podcast 008: Ken Caillat on his Career as an Engineer and Producer

KenColbie1Born in 1946, Ken Caillat is a audio engineer and Grammy winning producer who has an amazing working career with a wide range of the music of legendary acts such as Crosby, Stills and Nash, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, the Beach Boys, Herbie Hancock and Alice Cooper. He is best known as the producer for the iconic Fleetwood Mac album, Rumours in 1977, and in 2006 as executive producer, he launched the career of his daughter Colbie.

In 2012 he launched his book, Making Rumours giving an inside look to the making of one of the most sold albums of all time.

MPF Podcast Player: Running Time 27:44

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About Jomar Reyes

Jomar Lectures in Creative Industries as well as Digital Media in Marketing at the Danish Institute of Studies Abroad. He also runs the Strategic Media Company, a corporate consultancy agency based in Copenhagen.

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6 thoughts on “MPF Podcast 008: Ken Caillat on his Career as an Engineer and Producer

  1. Awesome interview Jomar, great questions! I have always wanted answers to some of the questions you asked like “…how did music find you?” Nobody I know phrases that question in that manner usually it’s “How did you get started?” Such subtle differences make a great interview…glad I found this one. Well done.

    Posted by jdobypr | 26 February, 2013, 1:53 am
  2. Reblogged this on The Urban Link.

    Posted by jdobypr | 26 February, 2013, 1:53 am
  3. Reblogged this on Digital Media in Marketing and commented:

    Ken Caillat talks about his career path.

    Posted by Jomar Reyes | 13 September, 2014, 12:38 am

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