The legendary producer Phil Ramone has died.

Apart from sharing one of the great rock n roll names he worked on many albums including Barbara Streisand’s 1967 live ‘A Happening in Central Park’; Paul & Linda McCartney’s ‘Ram’ (1971), sandwiched between the Beatles and Wings eras; Dylan’s aching ‘Blood on the Tracks’ (1975); Simon’s pop classic ‘Still Crazy After All These Years’ (1975); Joel’s critical and commercial breakthrough ‘The Stranger’ (1977); Sinatra’s last-gasp ‘Duets’ (1993), a model of technical wizardry; and Charles’ final album, the mega-selling ‘Genius Loves Company’

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