Keith Forsey

Keith Forsey

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Keith Forsey (born 2 January 1948, in London) is an English soundtrack composer, drummer, songwriter and record producer.


Forsey's first recordings were as the younger member of the group The Spectrum, better known for the end title theme for Gerry Anderson's Captain Scarlet, but hit makers across Europe in their own right, scoring hits in Germany and Spain on RCA Victor Records.

As drummer and long-time associate of producer Giorgio Moroder, Forsey can be heard on several albums of Donna Summer before 1981. He co-wrote several songs on the albums Bad Girls, The Wanderer and I'm a Rainbow. Forsey also formed a dance band called TRAX with Moroder's co-producer Pete Bellotte and produced two dance albums.

Forsey's drum sound was the mainstay of many Moroder productions during the 1970s including Sparks' album No. 1 in Heaven, Get on the Funk Train by Munich Machine (Moroder/Bellotte's house band), as well as various other studio/disco acts based in Munich at this time such as Boney M.. He also played on Moroder's Son of My Father, along with the as yet undiscovered, Donna Summer.

Forsey was also well-known as the producer for Billy Idol. Forsey began working with Idol in the '70s when he was lead singer for UK Punk band Generation X and stayed with him into his solo career, producing the albums Billy Idol, Rebel Yell, Whiplash Smile, Charmed Life and Devil's Playground.

Forsey also produced other notable '80s albums such as Pictures for Pleasure, the debut album from...
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