Connections 28 – Sept 2020

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August’s Connections 27 finished with…

Lady Gaga’s ‘You And I (2011) from her second album Born This Way. We followed guest guitarist Brian May to…

‘Bring Back That Leroy Brown (1974) by Queen from their third album Sheer Heart Attack. Roy Thomas Baker produced the song so we moved him on to…

‘All Right Now’ (1970) by Free from their third album Fire and Water. The assistant engineer was Jon Kelly so we trtaced him to…

‘The Harder They Come’ (1972) from the soundtrack album of the film featuring Jimmy Cliff. The drummer and originator of the classic reggae beat called One Drop Rythmn was Winston Grennan and it is he we followed to…

‘Annie, I’m Not Your Daddy’ (1982), the third single taken from KId Creole and The Coconuts’ third album Tropical Gansters. We then followed August Darnell as the songwriter of ‘Stool Pidgeon’ used as a sample on…

‘Close To You’ (2000) by The Avalanches on their debut release Since I Left You. Three main samples were used on the track one of which we followed to…

‘Tonight May Have To Last Me The Rest Of My Life’ (1964) recorded by Nancy Wislon on her Today, Tomorrow, Forever LP. Dave Cavanaugh was the producer so we moved him on to….

‘Something’s Gotta Give’ (1959) by Frank Sinatra as heard on his album Come Dance With Me. Sheldon (Shelley) Manne was the drummer so he took us to…

‘Love’ (1954) by Chet Baker from the album Chet Baker and Strings. We followed Chet to the last song of Connections 28…

‘Shipbuilding’ (1983) from the Punch The Clock LP by Elvis Costello.

Connections 29 will start by connecting one of the people involved with ‘Shipbuilding’.

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