NHT005: DANIEL LANOIS – Whole Lotta Love To Give

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This weeks “Never Heard That” artist, Daniel Lanois, is perhaps far well more known through his production work.

For example, he has handled those duties for U2 on their best selling albums. He happens to be a great songwriter too.

Come and have a listen to this track on “Never Heard That” !

Cheers, Andrew Muecke

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NHT004: SIMPLE MINDS – Theme for Great Cities

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For this weeks “Never Heard That” show we are going back to the 80’s.

Though not the commonly referred to 80’s which was all about acts like Wham and Rick Astley. For many, the 80’s was an impressive time for music – the industry had changed and embraced musical acts with real originality.

This weeks “Never Heard That” show focuses on one of those bands, Simple Minds. Simple Minds are a successful and well-known band, but I wanted to focus on one of their lessor known tracks, “Theme For Great Cities”.

I hope that you enjoy! Cheers, Andrew Muecke

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NHT003: LAMB – Darkness

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This weeks “Never Heard That” podcast focuses more on playfulness, experimentation and production.

The feature track for this “Never Heard That” show is called “Darkness” by the duo LAMB.

Hope that you enjoy! Have a listen under headphones to this one if you can!

Cheers, Andrew Muecke

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NHT002: AL DI MEOLA – Pictures of the Sea

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Here is the second “Never Heard That” podcast.

The intent of “Never Heard That” is to jump from era to era and genre to genre. In that spirit, this podcast showcases a very different track to last week. This week’s focus is on the song ‘Pictures of the Sea’ by Al Di Meola from 1976.

I would like to thank everyone for their kind words following the first “Never Heard That” podcast and I really hope that you enjoy this one.

Cheers, Andrew Muecke

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