Brooks Arthur

Brooks Arthur began singing as an early age, and in fact began taking lessons to sing in his temple before he was a teenager.  While working in the mail room of a record company, Brooks heard his first live recording and fell in love!  He soon was hired to engineer some products, which lead to a storied career recording several of the girl singing groups popular during the 1960s including “My Boyfriend’s Back” by the Angels and “The Chapel of Love” by the Dixie Cups.”  As a producer he gave us such albums as “Astral Weeks” by Van Morrison, “Brooklyn Roads” by Neil Diamond and several albums for the comic Adam Sandler.

Interview Date:
June 20, 2012
Job Title:
Recording Engineer

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