Birthday: 20-04-1947
Age: 72
Star sign: Taurus

Ken Scott is an English recording engineer and producer, known for his works with popular bands, and artists such as The Beatles, Sir Elton John, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Pink Floyd, and many others. Scott, born in South London, trained under the careful tutelage of Norman Smith & Malcolm Addey, at the Abbey Road Studios. Although young Ken was only 16 years old, he was promoted to the position of 2nd Engineer in just half a year, where his first assignment involved working on The Beatles album titled "A Hard Day’s Night." The song "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" by Manfred Mann was Ken Scott's first number-one hit, and the sound was engineered by him. Peter & Gordon, Judy Garland, the Hollies, Peter Sellers were some of the artists that Scott worked alongside in sound mixing. Soon, Ken climbed the ranks of sound engineering with ease, as if he was born for it. Your Mother Should Know by the Beatles constituted Scott's first assignment as a head engineer, followed by Hey Jude, Hello Goodbye and Lady Madonna. In the year 1969, Ken Scott joined Trident Studios after parting ways with Abbey Road. At Trident,

Scott worked on solos featuring John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, and Elton John's “Madman Across the Water,” I’m only the Piano Player, Honkey Chateau, and Don't Shoot Me. Subsequently, David Bowie and his protege Freddie Burretti, also co-produced albums such as "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust," Hunky Dory and Spiders from Mars. During Scott's tenure at the Trident, he collaborated with various artists such as Lou Reed, the Rolling Stones, Harry Nilsson, and Al Kooper. Ken Scott was hugely instrumental in bringing about a refreshing change in the genre of Jazz-Rock by working closely with the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Billy Cobham, Jeff Beck, and Stanley Clarke. In the year 2012, Scott co-wrote "Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust," a memoir along with Bobby Owsinski. In his professional career, Ken Scott has been presented with a Clio Award for his work in "I'd like To Buy the World a Coke," and was twice nominated for Grammy Awards for the Best Engineered Pop Album.

 

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Ken Scott is a British record engineer and record producer. He was the recording engineer for The Beatles along with four other main engineers. He has also engineered Elton John, The Jeff Black Group, Pink Floyd, etc. Ken was born on 20 April 1947 in London. From 27 January 1964, he started working at EMI Recording Studios. The studio was renamed to Abbey Road Studios later. When he joined the EMI Recording Studios, he was just 16 years old. He got training under veteran recording engineers like Norman Smith and Malcolm Addey. He was promoted to second engineer a.k.a button pusher only after working for six months in the studio.

The side two of A Hard Days Night (The Beatles album) was his first session. He was the second engineer for Manfred Mann’s Do Wah Diddy Diddy, Judy Garland, Peter and Gordon, Johnny Mathis, the Hollies, Peter Sellers, and Cliff Richard and the Shadows. In a while, he was promoted and given the work of cutting, which is now known as mastering. In 1967 September, he was promoted to an engineer. His first session was The Beatles’ song Your Mother Should Know. With The Beatles, Ken worked on their songs like Hello, Goodbye, Lady Madonna, Hey Jude, etc. he also worked on their Magical Mystery Tour albums and The Beatles (the White Album).

Few of the songs from these albums that Ken worked on are Helter Skelter, The Fool on the Hill, Birthday, Glass Onion, Back in the U.S.S.R., Not Guilty, and While My Guitar Gently Weeps. He also worked with other EMI artists like Pink Floyd, The Jeff Beck Group, Scaffold, the Pretty Things, and Mary Hopkin. His last assignment with EMI Studios was A Salty Dog, an album by Procol Harum. After that, Ken left EMI Studios for Trident Studios, an independent venture. He went there on the suggestion of Gus Dudgeon who was Elton John’s producer. He then worked for the solo albums of The Beatles. He worked on John Lennon’s Cold Turkey, and Give Peace a Chance.

He also worked on It Don’t Come Easy by Ringo Starr, and All Things Must Pass by George Harrison. He worked for Elton John, David Bowie, America, Rick Wakeman, Lou Reed, Harry Nilsson, Al Kooper, The Rolling Stones, and Lindisfame. He also worked on Coca-Cola ad song called I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke. Ken has received an award for his Coca-Cola ad at the Clio Awards. He also won two Grammy nominations in the category of the best-engineered pop album. The Association of Professional Recording Services presented him with a fellowship award in 2010.

Carlucci Weyant English Actor

Carlucci Weyant

Carlucci Weyant was born on October 4, 1983. Not long after touching base in Los Angeles, Weyant got parts in various low-spending plan autonomous elements including Stray coordinated by Johnny Yong Bosch, and The Memory Thief. He then showed up as Thad Warner in The Young and the Restless. Since that time, Weyant has worked relentlessly in Hollywood, showing up in eleven movies and day time TV Young and the anxious. In 2008, Weyant made his introduction as the male lead in the film Karma: Crime, Passion, Reincarnation, which appeared at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2008. In 2009, Weyant went ahead to depict the part of Randy Dedd in the Dark parody Dedd Brothers coordinated and composed by Dustin Schuetter. Weyant and Schuetter would later go on and accomplice up on different elements. Weyant then created the family motion picture Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale close by John Dunson and Sean Dunson of Frame of Mind Entertainment. Elle won a crowd of people honor at the 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival. Amid the end of 2009, Weyant shaped Split | Vision| Entertainment for the generation of full-length highlight movies. In 2010, Weyant cooperated with Dustin Schuetter to co-create, official deliver, create and follow up on the recompense winning dim film Samuel Bleak, which featured Deborah Kara Unger, David Zayas, James Russo, Keith David and co-maker Dustin Schuetter. Samuel Bleak debuted at Cinequest Film Festival in the noteworthy California Theater on March 5, 2011, appeared at the Sarasota Film Festival and contended at the First Santa Catalina Film Festival in Catalina, CA. Samuel Bleak has likewise been named for the 2011 which is supported by the U.S. Division of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and Center for Mental Health Services. The Voice Awards honor pioneers who have done praiseworthy work advancing the social consideration of people with behavioral wellbeing issues. Weyant is presently delivering Jake Stevens: The Last Protector with Dunson Twin Films for a showy discharge late 2014. As per a meeting by Movie Vine, Weyant joined rock aggregate Dead by Choice and is as of now taking a shot at an untitled E.P. Weyant featured in the component film Ashes of Eden in which is set to turn out in theaters mid-2014.

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Adrian Askarieh

Adrian Askarieh is a Hollywood producer. In 2004, he established the Prime Universe Films. He aimed at making and producing movies which are based on video games and comic books. He also believed in keeping originality of the movies and giving a fresh and innovative feel to its movies which would have a big international appeal. Adrian has done his studies from California State University at Long Beach in Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. In 1997, he passed the California bar exam in the first attempt. Initially, Adrian practiced as an Associate Attorney at Kleinberg & Lerner in Los Angeles. He has specialized in the field of property rights of an individual and companies that involved in entertainment and multimedia. He used to deal with clients that were associated with video games and top five comic book companies. In 2002, he left the practice of law to perceive his dreams in producing. In 2005, Adrian produced ‘Hitman’ which was a selling video game with Chuck Gordon (Field Of Dreams). The movie was set in theatres in 2007 and grossed around $100 million worldwide and additional $81 million in DVD sales. The movie starred Timothy Olyphant as the Agent 47. After the success of ‘Hitman’, Adrian produced the action game franchise Kane & Lynch. The movie starred Gerard Butler as ‘Kane’. He has also produced the adaptation of one of the most lavish video game into movies. He paired up with producer Roy Lee and Scott Derrickson, the writer and director of CBS Films for making the blockbuster Deus Ex: Human Revolution into a feature film. In 2010, along with Roy Lee he sold his original concept of Leonardo Da Vinci and the Soldiers of Forever to Warner Brothers. In 2015, the sequel to Hitman was released as ‘Hitman: Agent 47’ starring Rupert Friend, Thomas Kretschmann, Ciaran Hinds, Hannah Ware, and Zachary Quinto. The movie was a huge hit and collected around $80 million worldwide.

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