Linford Manor

Linford Manor is an old mansion or manor house converted into a recording studio complex in Great Linford, Milton Keynes, England. It is now owned by Pete Winkelman who is chairman of Milton Keynes Dons football club.

It was originally the manor of Little Linford as well as of Great Linford.

Artists

Biffy Clyro recorded their second album, The Vertigo Of Bliss, there - and, according to an urban myth, took just 24 hours to do so. Other artists to record there are: Jamiroquai, ELO, Oasis, Wildhearts, PJ Harvey and Matmatah.

The first artist to be recorded in Great Linford studios was Southside Jimmy (Jim Price). He recorded a number of tracks under a management deal with Harry Maloney.

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