Mike "Clay" Stone

Record Producer
Born 1951
Died 2002

Mike Stone was an English recording engineer and record producer. Stone was best known for his seminal work with Queen (multiple albums), Blue Öyster Cult, Foreigner, Journey (multiple albums), KISS, Later, he worked as a runner at Trident Studios, working his way up to tape operator, then assistant engineer. As an assistant, he started to become well known, and was often asked for at sessions.… Read More

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1951 Birth Born in 1951.


1974 23 Years Old In 1974, Stone began a long relationship with Queen when he worked with Queen's then producer, Roy Thomas Baker, to engineer the unique vocal layering for Bohemian Rhapsody. … Read More


2002 51 Years Old Stone was scheduled to oversee the re-mastering of the Queen catalogue when he died in 2002. … Read More
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