In March, 1968, Norman Sheffield opened a new ground-breaking recording facility in Londons Soho with his brother Barry. For the next 15 years, Trident Studios, was at the epicentre of the music industry, recording some of the eras greatest artists, from the Beatles and David Bowie to Elton, Carly Simon, Joe Cocker and Genesis.
Artists were drawn to the studio due to the relaxed vibe and because they were able to be creative while surrounded by the latest technology and superior producers and engineers.
Norman has broken his silence for the first time in forty years about what really went on behind closed doors with some of the worlds biggest acts. His autobiography, Life on Two Legs, is now available in the UK, but a release date for the States has yet to be announced.