Best Albums Produced, Co-Produced, Mixed, or Engineered by Eddie Kramer

Not too long ago, I made a list similar to this for Glyn Johns, one of my favorite British engineers and producers. I realized that Eddie Kramer, who is another prolific British producer, doesn't have a list either, so I decided to make one. As always, feel free to add anything I missed.

The Top Ten

1 Are You Experienced - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Eddie Kramer is famous for his association with Jimi Hendrix. He engineered his albums, worked on posthumous archive material, and has shared several photos he personally took of Jimi. - Gg2000

2 Led Zeppelin II - Led Zeppelin

Eddie Kramer was the engineer for the whole album. Because it was recorded in a myriad of studios in three different countries, Eddie was responsible for maintaining a cohesive sound. - Gg2000

Eddie Kramer had a good run, with the KISS and Jimi Hendrix, but this.. oh this... this is LED ZEPPELIN - Fuziion

3 Alive! - Kiss

In addition to working with Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Kramer is also known for working with Kiss. He produced Alive!, Rock and Roll Over, Love Gun, and Alive II. - Gg2000

4 Frampton Comes Alive! - Peter Frampton

Another live album; Eddie Kramer was the album's engineer. Before recording FCA, Eddie recorded the studio album Frampton's Camel. - Gg2000

5 Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack - Various Artists

Eddie Kramer was the engineer who was in charge of recording the music performed at the Woodstock festival. - Gg2000

6 Mr. Fantasy - Traffic

Eddie Kramer was the album's engineer. He also engineered their second album. - Gg2000

7 Stone Blue - Foghat

Eddie Kramer produced this album; allegedly, he and the band did not get along well during recording sessions. - Gg2000

8 Performance Rockin' The Fillmore - Humble Pie

The third live album on this list. Eddie Kramer was the engineer for this one. - Gg2000

9 Outsideinside - Blue Cheer

Eddie Kramer was the band's engineer. He was force to record the album both inside different studios and at Pier 57 after the band was thrown out of studios for playing too loud. - Gg2000

10 Scraps - NRBQ

Eddie Kramer was the producer for this album; he also produced Workshop and Tapdancin' Bats. If you haven't heard this album, pick it up; it's a unique mixture of rock and roll, jazz, pop, and blues. - Gg2000

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