Steven Stanley

Steven Stanley is credited on 2 tracks from the Eurythmics album 1984 (For The Love Of Big Brother)

Considered one of the best audio engineers in the Caribbean by many artists and producers, Steven Stanley has recorded, mixed and sometimes produced for acts including Black Uhuru, The B-52’s, Grace Jones, Shabba Ranks, Gwen Guthrie and Sean Paul, to name a few. From a studio in Nassau, Bahamas called Compass Point—where he was an integral part of the internationally influential house production band Compass Point All Stars as well as the genre-blurring Tom Tom Club—Steven was central to a movement that had a tremendous, yet under-appreciated, impact on pop music in the 80’s and beyond. Working as a musician, co-producer and audio engineer on the Tom Tom Club’s self-titled debut album, they gave the world “Genius Of Love,” a heavily sampled songs that ended up being the foundation of “Fantasy,” the mega-hit by Mariah Carey, as well as “Return of the Mack” by Mark Morrison.

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