Powerful, emotive it touches the deepest parts of me.
Jean Jacques Perrey often sampled pioneer of moog electronica and exotic use of the synthesizer. This tune features some footage from a fashion store "Mr. Freedom" in London, 1970.
Great song, great production and I am a bit of a sucker for Randy Crawford's voice.
My musical partner in crime Pete introduced me to the first Upp album. I was blown away. I don't think they ever achieved the acclaim they deserved. Brilliantly funky and great production by Jeff Beck.
and this is one of the highlights from the aforementioned album
One of the great things about Eno is that he doesn't stand still. He experiments, takes risks, tries new ideas. I remember having a big blue box set of about 12 of his albums sometime in the early 80's. Those records inspired me to play around with my approach to making music.
Bill Watrous makes the trombone sexy ... not too many people can lay claim to that.
This has to be a Desert Island Disc. We were heavily into the Cure when we recorded "Four days in april" . I think "Seventeen Seconds" has to still be one of my favourite albums.