Short Dylan Taite interview with Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall, while on their first New Zealand tour 1987.
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Simply Red is a British soul and pop band which formed in Manchester in 1983. The lead singer of the band is singer and songwriter Mick Hucknall, who, by the time the band initially disbanded in 2010, was the only original member left. 1,1 Mn beğenme. On this day in 1998, Simply Red’s 6th studio album ‘Blue’ went to number 1 and 2x platinum in the UK! What was your favourite track on this album? Simply Red -Say You Love Me. youtube. 18 Mayıs, 00:01 ·. Herkese Açık. 207 Yorum · Haberin Tam Boyutu. Simply Red bir fotoğraf paylaştı.
In January 1992 Simply Red set off on a world tour. Here's the title track from their Hamburg show. com/watch?v UEkB1z8hVBI. In January 1992 Simply Red set off on a massive world tour.
It's smoother and more polished than their previous work, yet Mick Hucknall is singing better than ever and his songwriting is improving.
Simply Red's leader and singer Mick Hucknall had wanted the album to have a less electronic and more soulful sound than their previous work, and had recruited programmer Gota after hearing his work with Soul II Soul. Hucknall did not realise that Gota was also a drummer until he heard him jamming on the drum kit one evening in Venice, after which Gota also became the band's full-time drummer.
Simply Red Greatest Hits Simply Red Collection Full Album Live. The Best Of Simply Red - Simply Red Greatest Hits Full Album The Best Of Simply Red - Simply Red Greatest Hits Full Album The. Simply Red - Sunrise. First single from 1998's Blue album was unusually a ballad. Filmed in the US, the single was a top ten European hit. Simply Red - Something Got Me Started. 3:59 Simply Red - Holding Back The Years (Symphonica In Rosso).
|1||Was the new album 'Blue' originally intended to be a covers album?||1:33|
|2||Did putting out the 'Greatest Hits' album buy you time to think about new projects for Simply Red?||1:42|
|3||The album is a mix of covers and new material, let's talk first about the covers. The album opens with a Neil Young song 'Mellow My Mind' why did you want to records that particular song?||1:59|
|4||You are working with a new production team on 'Blue', Andy Wright and Gota Yashiki. Has this changed Simply Red?||1:42|
|5||You See Simply Red as a group, however the public tend to see the band as you. Who's right?||1:53|
|6||'Say you love Me' is a great Simply Red ballad. How does a song like that evolve?||1:23|
|7||You mentioned Oasis and Radiohead, do you see yourself as a competitive and driven artist?||0:24|
|8||'Someday In My Life' sounds as tough it was composed at the piano, is that where you do most of your writing?||1:37|
|9||'Someday In My Life' has a very '40's feel, you can imagine someone like Ella Fitzgerald singing it?||0:31|
|10||Simply Red have tacled reggae before and on 'Blue' there is a version of Gregory Isaac's 'Night Nurse'. It sounds very true to the original?||0:55|
|11||On 'Blue' there's a song called 'Come Get Me An Angel' which sounds like a re-working of your 1996 hit 'Angel' recorded with the Fugees.||1:27|
|12||You've mentioned working with Sly and Robbie, did the cover of Dennis Browwn's 'Guetto Girl' come out of those sessions too?||0:34|
|13||On 'Blue' there are two versions of the 1974 Hollies hit 'The Air That I Breathe' - I'm Curious about the second one ('Reprise') because the only part that sounds close to the original is the lyric.||0:45|
|14||On the album 'Blue' there are some interesting lyrics, what are you trying to say in the song 'To Be Free'?||0:57|
|15||'Love Has Said Goodbye Again' is about lost love, which you say you've experienced. Do you think women are interested in you because you're Mick Hucknall?||1:45|
|16||Will you be promoting the album 'Blue' with a stadium gig and a world tour?||1:37|
|17||The album ends with 'High Fives' - a mellow song - and you've obviously considered the sequencing of 'Blue' very carefully.||0:21|
|18||You've talked about scaling down touring commitments, what about live performances, broadcast on TV to promote the new album?||1:05|
|19||As an artist you have to motivate yourself. As you get older does that become easier or harder?||0:48|
|20||Having been around the world seven times, what is the worst thing about touring?||0:43|
|21||What are the best countries you've played, or would that not to be a very diplomatic question?||1:09|
|22||You've been succesful and famous now for some time.Isn't it diconcerting to be recognised wherever you go?||0:28|
|23||Do you think that the fact that people bother you because of who you are negates you as a person?||0:35|
|24||Forty is on the horizon for you Mick, what do you think the teenage Hucknall would think of you now||0:27|
|25||"Hi this is Mick from Simply Red and i hope you enjoy this single from my new album Blue"||0:06|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Simply Red
- Design – Intro
- Photography By – Zanna
NotesThe last track isn't listeded on the inlay.
Performer: Simply Red
Title: Blue The Interview
Date of release: 1998
Genre: Not music
Size MP3: 1876 mb
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Rating: 4.6 / 5
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