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Having spent over a decade with Bruce Springsteen, Toby has earned
his place as one of the leading engineers in the music business
by recording and mixing one of the most talented artists of any
generation over the course of 17 albums and numerous live performances.
From the early
days to Springsteen's most current release, Toby has tracked and/or
mixed "The River," "Born In The U.S.A.," "Live
1975-1985," "Tunnel of Love," "Chimes of Freedom,"
"Human Touch," "Lucky Town," "MTV Plugged,"
"Philadelphia (Original Soundtrack)," "The Ghost
of Tom Joad," "Greatest Hits," "Blood Brothers,"
"Tracks," "18 Tracks," "Live In New York
City," "The Rising," and "Devils & Dust".
attention-to-detail, his extensive recording knowledge, cool, easy
demeanor and veteran sensibilities have earned him elite status
in the recording industry.
Toby Scott has been a part of over 150 million albums sold working
with noted producers Tom Dowd, Keith Olsen, Ron Nevison, Sandy Perlman,
John Robie, Steve Cropper, Booker T. Jones, David Sancious and Steve
Smith. Toby was the original recording engineer on Springsteen's
"The Rising" and recorded and mixed Clarence Clemon's
"Live At The Stone Pony". Additionally, Toby has worked
with Bob Dylan, Natalie Merchant, The Replacements, Dan Bern, Steve
Perry, Patti Scialfa, Harry Chapin, Little Steven and the Disciples
of Soul, Tommy Tutone and Clarence Clemons.
On Bruce Springsteen's "Devils & Dust", Toby Scott
was the original recording engineer and well as mixer on four tracks.
Toby was also one of the engineers recording Patti Scialfa's latest,
"23rd Street Lullaby".
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