Kenneth Wilkinson

Born: 1912
Died: 2004

Joining Decca in 1937 when it acquired Crystalate (for whom he worked), Wilkinson helped develop the company’s recording style, creating, with Roy Wallace and Arthur Haddy, the famous ‘Decca Tree’. He was an astute judge of venues for recording and made many of Decca’s now classic discs.

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