Steve McLaughlin

Steve McLaughlin is credited for orchestral arrangements across the Eurythmics album Peace and was a studio engineer and co-producer on the soundtrack The Ref Hostile Hostages that Dave Stewart produced and wrote and several tracks on the Alfi Soundtrack.

Steve began his career as a drummer in a late 70s Scottish punk rock band, and in the early 80s became a recording engineer at Zomba's Battery Studios in London. In 1987, he was aproached by composer Michael Kamen to work on the score for Ridley Scott's Someone To Watch Over Me. In 1991 Steve mixed and co-produced, with the composer, the classic score for Robin Hood, Prince Of Thieves. The soundtrack album went on to sell over 3.5 million copies. Steve and Michael co-produced the Sting single, It's Probably Me, for the 1992 film Lethal Weapon 3. The single went to number one in France and Italy and is to be found on Sting's Greatest Hits album. In 1998 the pair co-produced the score for Lethal Weapon 4. 1995 saw Steve win a Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work on Tom Petty's Wildflowers album. Between 1995 - 1998 Steve received two Golden Reel Awards, and two Nominations, for Best Scoring Mixer. Steve has also produced and collaborated with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics on the music for six motion pictures.

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