Snoopy, Come Home” recordist Stan Ross dead at 82

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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.

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