“Snoopy, Come Home” recordist Stan Ross dead at 82

0 Flares Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Twitter 0 Pin It Share 0 StumbleUpon 0 Filament.io 0 Flares ×
Stan Ross

Stan Ross

Producer and engineer Stan Ross, co-founder of Hollywood’s iconic Gold Star Recording Studio and the music recordist and mixer for the 1972 movie Snoopy, Come Home, died Friday in Burbank, California. He was 82.

Ross died at Providence St. Joseph’s Medical Center of complications following surgery, his family said.

The second in the series of Peanuts feature films, Snoopy, Come Home marked Woodstock and Franklin’s animated debut.

Gold Star was famed for its ground-breaking “Wall of Sound” technique developed by producer Phil Spector. The building at Santa Monica Boulevard and Vine Street was the home of over 100 Top 40 hits, among them such records produced by Spector as “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” by the Righteous Brothers and “Be My Baby” by the Ronettes.

More here at The Big Cartoon Forum

Related Posts:

About Cartoon Animation News

The Big Cartoon DataBase is the highest regarded source for cartoon production information on the Internet. From Disney to Soyuzmultfilm, Pannónia Filmstúdió to Looney Tunes, the BCDB provides more information in one place than any other resource. We welcome you to send us your comments here.

News,

Leave a Reply