Steve Mackey

Steve Mackey (born Stephen Patrick Mackey; 10 November 1966) is a British musician and record producer best known for playing bass guitar in the band Pulp. He also played bass for Pulp singer Jarvis Cocker in the latter's solo career, and worked as a songwriter and producer with artists such as M.I.A. and Florence + the Machine.

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Mis-Shapes - Track Listing
... written and composed by Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Steve Mackey, Russell Senior, Candida Doyle and Mark Webber except where noted ... "Common People (Live at Glastonbury)" Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Steve Mackey, Russell Senior and Candida Doyle 738 CD two No ... "Common People (Motiv 8 Club Mix)" Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Steve Mackey, Russell Senior and Candida Doyle 750 4 ...
Steve Mackey - Discography - As A Remixer
... Steve Mackey is also known for his remixes, and he has remixed the following tracks (among others) Looper - Up a Tree Again (The Chocolate Layers' St John's Ambulance mix ... Indestructible single (2004) Dark Globe - Break My World (Break My Bones Mix - Steve Mackey and The Fat Truckers) Appears on Dark Globe - Break My World single (2004 ...

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