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George Peckham, better known as "Porky" [as in "A Porky Prime Cut"] is a lacquer-cutting and mastering engineer with an illustrious career that includes work on the Beatles, Genesis and Led Zeppelin catalogue. He started his career in disc cutting as a trainee at Apple in 1968 and his signature can be found in the dead/wax runout grooves of many classic and obscure Rock, Punk, Post-Punk and New-Wave records that were pressed in the UK. Porky would often include cryptic and humorous messages on his work [eg. "You'll Never Work Again" is inscribed on the A side runout of The Fall's LP "Totale's Turns (It's Now Or Never)"].
Studios of his career include: [l264470] (late 1960s), [l47480] (early 1970s), [l264182]/[l279505] (1974 to 1984), [l268038] (since 1984).