Stu Phillips
"BLUE MOON" by those demented Pittsburgh doo-woppers the Marcels, "MY DAD" by ex-Disney Mouseketeer Paul Petersen, the heavenly "JOHNNY ANGEL" by Spectropop darling Shelley Fabares, hunky James Darren's "GOODBYE CRUEL WORLD"... Spot the connection?? Yep, each and every one of these delicious nuggets of pure pop candy was produced by Colpix Records studio maestro STU PHILLIPS. He also produced Nina Simone and the Ronettes and brainstormed a series of mega-selling albums by the Hollyridge Strings.


Like many of his contemporaries, Stu Phillips went on to work in the TV and movie world, scoring 96 episodes of "The Fall Guy", and composing the soundtracks of "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls", "Buck Rogers" and "Battlestar Galactica", among many others. To date he has been nominated for four Grammy Awards.





Stu Phillips published his autobiography in 2002.[ click to read review ]






Find out more about Stu and his autobiography by visiting his website:



Some STU PHILLIPS productions on CD:

The Marcels "Complete Colpix Sessions"
(Sequel NEDCD 264)
Thirty-eight tracks, many exclusive to this double CD




James Darren, Shelley Fabares & Paul Petersen
"Teenage Triangle – More Teenage Triangle"
(Westside WESM 587)
Two albums on one CD

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