The producer, who died on the age of 64, was answerable for the music for ‘Saturday Evening Reside’ skits and produced or co-produced albums by Lou Reed and Marianne Faithfull.
Lou Reed and Marianne Faithfull producer Hal Willner has died, aged 64.
The Pennsylvania native handed away on Monday, April 06, with unconfirmed experiences suggesting he was affected by signs according to the coronavirus within the days earlier than his demise.
He made his mark as a producer in 1980, with an album of jazz covers that includes Blondie singer Debbie Harry and Wynton Marsalis, and went on to provide tribute initiatives to Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the music from Disney movies, recruiting stars like Keith Richards and Sting.
Willner was additionally answerable for the music for skits on “Saturday Evening Reside, and he additionally produced or co-produced albums by Lou Reed and Marianne Faithfull – he oversaw manufacturing on a field set of Reed’s solo albums launched after the The Velvet Underground star’s demise.
One in every of his remaining productions was a tribute album to Marc Bolan and T. Rex, which featured Ke$ha, Lucinda Williams, and Joan Jett.