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Daniel Lanois

  • Bono's Search for a "Spiritual Mecca": Daniel Lanois on U2's "No Line on the Horizon"

    For the new U2 record, No Line On The Horizon (due March 3rd), Bono had a spiritual quest, says producer Daniel Lanois. "He thought that our job was to create contemporary gospel music," Lanois, who shares production credit on the album with Brian Eno, told Rock Daily at a Grammy Foundation event honoring music photographers […]

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  • From Joy Division to Bob Dylan to Metal in Iraq: Music Movies Rock Toronto Film Festival

    The ten-day Toronto International Film Festival wraps up this weekend after the screening of 349 films. Luckily, Rock Daily was there checking out the five best music films. Here's a full report on the fest's two Joy Division films, the Bob Dylan movie I'm Not There, Daniel Lanois' documentary, and the powerful doc Heavy Metal […]

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  • U2's Next Album Is "Making Itself," Says Daniel Lanois

    In June, Rock Daily reported that acclaimed artists/producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois were starting work with U2 on the band's next album, the follow-up to 2004's How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. Here's a status report, straight from Lanois, who has produced a handful of albums for the band, including 1984's The Unforgettable Fire, […]

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  • U2 Working On New Album In Morocco With Old Pals Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno

    Earlier this year Rolling Stone asked the Edge whether U2 would ever work with producers Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno again. "You might be surprised how quickly that happens," he cryptically replied. The man wasn't kidding. The legendary production duo behind many of U2's greatest albums (Achtung Baby, The Joshua Tree, The Unforgettable Fire, and […]

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  • U2 Consider "Joshua Tree" Producers

    Figure it'll take at least six months for U2 to count the fifty-million simoleons the group raked when it signed a record deal calling for the release of three "best of" albums. By then, U2 should be ready to get back into the business of making music — and more money. When that happens, U2 […]

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  • Bob Dylan Recording in New Orleans

    Singer is rumored to be in the studio with U2, Peter Gabriel producer Daniel Lanois

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  • Q&A: Daniel Lanois

    The producer of U2, Peter Gabriel and Robbie Robertson talks about the state of record making

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