My name is Owen Morris. For thirty one years now, I’ve been making a living recording music. This is my personal, homemade website about my record producing.
Hopefully this is a way for me to connect with new bands and artists. So please do get in touch if you’re interested in me recording you or doing some mixing for you.
I’ve tried to tell, briefly, my recollection of how those sessions went and what happened. Also, I get to set the record straight about some of the dafter things that have been written and said about some of my recording sessions.
I’m in the middle of updating this site. The last two years have been my busiest ever and I’ve been wanting to write about who I’ve been working with. The site has gone a bit odd in the process……somethings are working…….bits are not.
For the record, not one single thing that I’m writing anywhere on this site has been sanctioned or approved by my managers at Hannah Management. This site is totally my own web-biog-blog thing. I am not wanting or intending to upset anyone with anything I write here: everyone I write about I like and have good memories of working with.
Alan McGee: “Owen Morris is a genius. He single-handedly saved Definitely Maybe, and at the same time created Oasis’ full on, gigantic rock ‘n roll sound. I’m proud to call him a friend”
Marcus Russell: “Owen Morris is bloody lush.”
Noel Gallagher: “Even though he is Welsh, I have to say that the work Owen did with Oasis was incredible. He’s up there with Phil Spector and George Martin. Every band should want to work with him.”
Korda Marshall: “Owen is a fucking genius, and that’s all anyone who is interested in music needs to know. Yes, we’ve had the occasional disagreement, but still Owen produced for me the best and most successful albums of my illustrious career. I’m very proud to call him a friend.”
Bryn Phillips: “We would have returned his phone calls, but Mark somehow got it in his head that Owen had tragically died in a bizarre trout fishing accident.”
Bruce Springsteen: “Owen Morris’ forward thinking, but completely soulful and truthful production on Marah’s “Float away” re-invigorated and re-inspired my own musical passion. When I heard it, I just had to ask to sing and play on it. What a great record. What a great guy!”
Johnny Depp: “Owen understands how to work with an artist in a way that provides the best possible creative environment for them. This is why he has consistently produced incredible recordings.”
Chris Martin: “We begged Owen Morris to produce us. He turned us down.”
Bryn Phillips: “Owen Morris is easily the most attractive producer we’ve ever worked with….and also one of the tallest, now I come to think of it.”
Jimmy Iovine: “Owen Morris’ production on Eastern Conference Champions “Ameritown” album is flawless. The quality just shines through. American bands should be desperate to record with this guy.”
Liam Gallagher: “Owen Morris is a complete and utter gentleman and one of the coolest people I’ve met. We had the greatest possible time recording my vocals on every single thing we did together.”
Tony Blair: “I think we should leave immediately, Cherie.”
Marcus Russell: “Oasis sessions, when Owen was producing…were extremely productive, totally professional and hugely enjoyable places to be. I cannot recommend working with Owen highly enough. I’m proud to call him a friend.”