Top 10 Albums Produced By T-Bone Burnett (page 2)

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Superstar Producer T-Bone Burnett Hangs with Cher (L), Christina Aguilera and Ryan Bingham (VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)

Superstar Producer T-Bone Burnett Hangs with Cher (L), Christina Aguilera and Ryan Bingham (VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)

5. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Elvis Costello[/lastfm] - King of America (1986):

One of several people to be credited as a producer on this record (including Declan Patrick Aloysius MacManus himself), it was the fourth Costello album that included Burnett’s participation as player and producer.


4. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Roy Orbison[/lastfm] - Black and White Night Live (1989):

An All-Star night, one of the best rock concert films ever made.


3. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Counting Crows[/lastfm] - August and Everything After (1994):

As debut albums go, they don’t get much bigger than this, a Burnett production masterpiece.


2. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Gillian Welch[/lastfm] - Revival (1996):

There’s hardly a Gillian Welch record that’s not considered atop every yearly list, every genre list, every singer’s list; it only make sense it would also be considered one of Burnett’s best.


1. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Los Lobos[/lastfm] - How Will the Wolf Survive (1984):

The album that put the Lobos on the map. Mark Deming of AllMusic said that Brunett’s production shows “the band’s exemplary taste, musical smarts, and road-tested maturity in evidence on every cut.”


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