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Leo Abrahams was born on 1977 in London Borough of Camden, London, United Kingdom, is an English record producer and musician. Discover Leo Abrahams’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?

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He has played guitar for Pulp on their 2011–2012 reunion dates, although was not an official member of the band.

He has released two further EPs on the Just Music label, and also released a vocal-based record on One Little Indian in 2011.


Abrahams joined with long-time collaborators Jon Hopkins and Brian Eno to create the 2010 album Small Craft on a Milk Sea. The album is based largely on a two-week period of joint improvisation, as well as “several years of jams between the three of us.” The album is officially described as “a Brian Eno album featuring Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins.”


He has co-written or arranged a variety of film soundtracks, including Peter Jackson’s 2009 release The Lovely Bones with Brain Eno, Steve McQueen’s award-winning Hunger with David Holmes, Seeking 1906 with Simon Winchester, Gardens of Paradise, The Graduates, After Happily Ever After, and also on the Oceans series with David Holmes.


In his 2008 album Grape and the Grain, Abrahams continued to use English Folk themes, mainly with pieces featuring guitar, added instrumentation such as cello and medieval lute, and occasionally a hurdy-gurdy, which he learnt to play for the record.


His third album, the 2007 The Unrest Cure, was initially built out of sessions in New York with David Holmes’ rhythm section. Brian Eno, KT Turnstall, Ed Harcourt, Foy Vance, Pati Yang, Merz, Phoebe Legere, Kari Kleiv, and poet Bingo Gazingo also contributed to the album. It involves heavier guitar lines than the previous two albums.


Scene Memory (2006), his second solo album, was also in an ambient style, with sounds created entirely by playing electric guitars through chains of laptop effects. A Boomkat review stated “Abrahams blends piano, guitar, and electronics to an almost euphoric effect – the record feels like you are walking in a dream.” Sea of Tranquility reviewed the album saying “he respects a certain level of restraint – the solo guitar- putting into sharp relief the…limitless opportunities for the resultant sounds and form. This work is thoughtful, adventurous, and the result of a high degree of artistic integrity.”


Abrahams has written with and produced for a variety of musicians. He contributed additional production to David Byrne and Brian Eno’s Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, co-writing the lead single “Strange Overtones”. His production credits include Wild Beasts, Paolo Nutini, Frightened Rabbit, Oscar and the Wolf, Hotei, Karl Hyde solo album, Diagrams, Josephine Oniyama, Carl Barât (of The Libertines), Chris Difford (of Squeeze), Brett Anderson (of Suede), Iarla O’Lionaird, Sparrow and the Workshop and Kill It Kid. He arranged the string sections for the 2003 album Silence is Easy by Starsailor, also conducting the orchestra at Abbey Road Studios.

Inspired by his work on the film score to the 2003 film Code 46, Abrahams created his first solo album in 2005: Honeytrap, released on Just Music. It relies primarily on ambient sounds generated exclusively by guitars, rejecting keyboard effects, sampling, computer effects, or keyboards. The BBC referred to the album as “subtle, imaginative and sometimes intoxicatingly lovely.”


Imogen Heap introduced Abrahams to alternative folk artist Ed Harcourt on the night Harcourt was signed by a major label. After Abrahams confirmed to Harcourt that he liked Tom Waits, Harcourt agreed to take Abrahams on as a guitarist. Abrahams played lead guitar and scored the instrumental parts on Harcourt’s 2001 album Here Be Monsters, as well as Harcourt’s subsequent albums.

A couple of years later Abrahams had a fortuitous meeting with producer and ambient music pioneer Brian Eno in a Notting Hill guitar shop. Eno stated “I spotted him trying out a guitar, the first I’ve ever seen in a guitar shop who wasn’t playing ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ so I thought he must be good.” Eno invited Abrahams to his studio, and Abrahams contributed guitar to Eno’s album with J. Peter Schwalm, Drawn From Life, which was released in 2001. Abrahams went on to contribute instrumentals to a number of musicians produced by Eno, including Grace Jones, Seun Kuti, Nick Cave, and Paul Simon’s 2006 album Surprise.


Leo Matthew Abrahams (born 1977 in Camden, London) is an English musician, composer and producer. He has collaborated with a multitude of professional musicians, including Brian Eno, Imogen Heap, Jarvis Cocker, Carl Barât, Regina Spektor, Jon Hopkins and Paul Simon. After attending the Royal Academy of Music in England, he started his musical career by touring as lead guitarist with Imogen Heap. Since 2005 he has released five solo albums, largely in an ambient style involving complex arrangements and a use of guitar-generated textures. He has also co-written or arranged a variety of film soundtracks, including Peter Jackson’s 2009 release The Lovely Bones and Steve McQueen’s Hunger. Recently, Leo has produced Regina Spektor’s album ‘Remember Us to Life’ Hayden Thorpe’s ‘Diviner’, Editor’s ‘Violence’ and Ghostpoet’s ‘Dark Days + Canapés’