This is a 15 minute interview with Gary Numan from BRNB Radio promoting Berserker.
Gary Anthony James Webb (born 8 March 1958), better known as Gary Numan, is an English singer, musician, songwriter, composer, and record producer. He first entered the music industry as the frontman of the new wave band Tubeway Army. After releasing two albums with the band, he released his debut solo album The Pleasure Principle in 1979, topping the UK Albums Chart
Recorded after the last concert of The Fury tour at the Manchester Apollo on October 9, 1985. Interview begins on Side A and continues on Side B. Track duration is not stated, the approximate times are listed.
Our colleague Phil Blackmarquis caught up with Gary Numan for an interview at the Trix in Antwerp, before his gig there that night. They talked about the new album, inspirations, Trent Reznor, John Foxx and how the main riff of Are Friends Electric? was discovered by mistak. our new album, Savage (Songs from a Broken World) is doing very well, I heard? Yeah! When it came out, it went to No. 2 in the British charts, which for me was a massive improvement.
Gary Numan Official, Los Angeles, California. 24 February at 03:05 ·. Just checked in for our flight home.
Numan's next album, The Fury (1985), charted slightly higher than Berserker breaking the top 30. Again, the album heralded a change of image, this time featuring Numan in a white suit and red bow tie. Four singles were released from the album, all reaching the UK Top 5. .Collaborations with Bill Sharpe of Shakatak as Sharpe & Numan helped little, though two singles that the duo recorded did see chart action: "Change Your Mind", reached No. 17 in 1985, and "No More Lies" reached No. 35 in 1988. "HOW WE MET – An Interview with GARY NUMAN AND GEMMA WEBB".
With the success of the album Splinter, Gary Numan has finally come to terms with, and is proud of, his early work – including tracks like Cars and Are Friends Electric? that kick-started synth pop and heralded a new world of music technology back at the end of the 1970s. Yet the person who I would say did more for the ‘tech’ in MusicTech – albeit unwittingly – was Gary Numan. While Kraftwerk impressed the beardy geeks with 22-minute tracks about motorways, while The Human League stayed in the lab in the midst of their white-coat phase in Sheffield (pre-girls, pre-pop and pre-hits) and John Foxx’s Ultravox impressed the art school with their synth rock, it was Gary Numan who picked up a Moog, used the first sound.
To celebrate Numan's appearance at Bestival this weekend, we've revisited Rock's Backpages – the world's leading collection of vintage music journalism – for this classic interview by Paul Morley, first published in the NME in June 1979. The list went something like: . 0pm – Jackie, . 0pm – My Guy, . 5pm – Patches, . 0pm – Record Mirror, . 5pm – Smash Hits, . 0pm – Paul Morley. I am part of someone else's blur. For Gary Numan – who is Tubeway Army – the last few days have been a blur of brand new excitement and confusion.
Dance is the third solo studio album by English musician Gary Numan, released in 1981. It was the first studio album Numan released after his "Farewell Concerts" staged at Wembley Arena (although Numan would return to performing live shows in 1982). Dance features the UK Top 10 single "She's Got Claws". The album itself reached on the UK charts
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Recorded after the last concert of The Fury tour at the Manchester Apollo on October 9, 1985.
Same interview on both sides.
Track duration is not stated, the approximate time is listed.
Performer: Gary Numan
Title: An Interview With Gary Numan 1985
Date of release: 1990
Genre: Not music
Size MP3: 1352 mb
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Rating: 4.2 / 5
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