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Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Los Angeles Times Premieres New Daniel Lanois Song & Film

The Los Angeles Times is premiering a new track and film today from the highly anticipated album Flesh and Machine by noted musician and producer Daniel Lanois. The song “Iceland” finds a stately simple melody evolving into something absolutely haunting and transcendent. The sound and building structure of the track ...

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Thursday, June 16th, 2005

Daniel Lanois is interviewed by Metro Toronto

Lanois harks back to Eno days on Belladonna. If Daniel Lanois had to name his closest friend, you might assume he'd name any one of a number of high-profile musicians — the guys in U2, Robbie Robertson, Peter Gabriel, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris or Willie Nelson — whom he's produced ...

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Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

Labours of Lanois

Acclaimed Canadian musician/producer has little time to rest on his laurels. Walk of Fame must fit between new CD, concerts and Dashboard Confessional During a celebrated career that has spanned nearly 30 years, Daniel Lanois has gone from Eno to emo and back again. The 53-year-old, Hamilton-bred musician and ...

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Wednesday, February 15th, 2006

Lanois excited by Grammy nods

February 8, 2006 By JANE STEVENSON - Toronto Sun He already has won nine Grammys, but Daniel Lanois says getting nominated never gets old. The Hull-born, Hamilton-raised producer-songwriter-guitarist is up for three Grammys tonight at the Staples Centre in L.A., including in the top category of best album as one ...

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Wednesday, June 8th, 2005

The New York Times covers Daniel Lanois

Daniel Lanois's songs don't sound composed so much as hewn: roughly carved out of some sturdy primordial material like hardwood or, perhaps, rock. They're not fancy; they still have unpolished spots. They let laconic melodies arise out of a few standard chords, to be repeated with modest ...

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