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Subject: Ed Cherney, Recording engineer who worked with the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt and many others. ...

Dead at 69.
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Date Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 12:53:21pm

Recording Enginerer Ed Cherney dies at 69.
Ultimateclassicrock.com /Dave Lifton
October 24, 2019

Ed Cherney, a recording engineer who worked on records by the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt and many others, died today (Oct. 22). He was 69 and had been suffering from cancer.

The news was announced on Facebook by his widow, Rose Mann-Cherney, and picked up by Billboard, who noted that he was nominated for six Grammys, winning for Raitt's Longing in Their Hearts, Buddy Guy's Blues Singer and two Willie Nelson albums, Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin and My Way.

A native of Chicago, Cherney moved to Los Angeles and began working at Westlake Recording Studios as an assistant engineer, later moving on to the Village Studios, where he set up shop in what was called "Studio Ed." In addition to the records listed above, his official discography includes the Stones' Bridges to Babylon, Clapton's soundtrack to Rush -- which contained "Tears in Heaven" -- Raitt's Nick of Time and albums by Jackson Browne (I'm Alive), Elton John (Duets) and Sting (Symphonicities).


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