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Don Dixon

Best known among the key producers to emerge from the American underground's jangle pop movement of the early '80s, Don Dixon also enjoyed a cult following as a solo performer. A native of North Carolina, he dwelled in relative obscurity for well over a decade as a member of the little-known Arrogance before attracting his first significant notice around 1983 after co-producing with Mitch Easter R.E.M.'s landmark debut LP, Murmur. Subsequent work on Chris Stamey's It's a Wonderful Life, the Windbreakers' Terminal, and Tommy Keene's Run Now solidified his reputation among jangle pop aficionados, and in 1985 Dixon recorded his solo debut, Most of the Girls Like to Dance But Only Some of the Boys Do, a further affirmation of his love of classic pop melodies and spiky, Nick Lowe-inspired wordplay. After producing wife Marti Jones' Unsophisticated Time, he released his second solo effort, Romeo at Juilliard, in 1987 and the live Chi-Town Budget Show a year later. After 1989's EEE, Dixon's recording career went into mothballs for several years and he returned to producing, helming efforts for the Smithereens, Richard Barone, and James McMurtry before finally releasing Romantic Depressive in 1995. Another lengthy hiatus preceded the early 2000 release of The Invisible Man and its 2001 follow-up, Note Pad #38. Entire Combustible World in One Small Room followed in summer 2006. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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dbuhler
Great artist, but only one album? Where's Romeo at Julliard?
obmd
Nobody better than Don; whether in Arrogance, solo, producing, with Marti.
Don Dixon is amazing!! Hia Romeo At Juliard is my absolute favarite. He is now branching out he was recently in a movie called "Camp" where he played a drunk playright... . . . . . T o o funny.....th e only thing that would have been better is if they would have let him sing!!
I love all the old Arrogance music. Still cannot believe that they didn't make it huge. I have the old Arrogance music and solo work. I play them all the time. Going to see them in Sept. in Carrboro.
hearmycd
Don is great!
I have the Arrogance LP "Rumors" recorded in 76 a little before Fleetwood Mac's Rumors. Destined to remain unknown, this is one of my favorite records. It falls somewhere inbetween bluegrass, folk and Southern Rock. Give it a listen if you ever get a chance.
ruseyring
Don is pure genius...sim p l e as that.

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