Much to my surprise I learnt yesterday that Mike has been a member of this forum for nearly a year and has been a regular poster as well. It's hard to find a complete overview of Mike's work online, but in short: Mr. Ross operated a studio the CBS studio New Bond Street, London by himself through the most part of the 60's. He got to record nearly all of Fleetwood Mac's early recordings which appeared on Blue Horizon (and also pretty much everything else that appeared on that label). He recorded the Jimi Hendrix Experience in Dec. 1966 (these sessions yielded the studio versions of Foxey Lady & the UK version of Red House). He recorded the basic track of 'I can See for Miles' by the Who and possibly more. He recorded Paul Mccartney (not sure where or what, you'll have to ask). Mike also recorded quite a number of pop artists who were under contract of CBS UK in the 60's. In the 70's he moved away from pop/rock to recording classical music (orchestra's and film music). As far as I know, Mike has been running the former CBS studio at least up untill the mid-nineties. I'm sure this briefly worded bio does not really does the man's career justice, but it is a starting point. Prior to starting this thread I have asked Mr. Ross for his approval and he told me that he's more than happy to share stories about the recordings he made. I for one am very interested in what Mike has to tell us. I hope he can give us a bit more background on how he got the job and how he recorded Fleetwood Mac. There's is already an interesting piece in the Ultimate Hendrix book by John Mcdermott which details the two days the Experience stayed at the CBS studio. I'll try to get that scanned one of these days.