Connections 41 – Nov 2021

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October’s show finished with ‘Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic’ by The Police (1981). Andy Summers played guitar on the song so we followed Andy to the first song of this November episode…

‘The Lazarus Heart’ (1987) from Sting’s second solo LP Nothing Like The Sun. One of the backing singers was Dolette McDonald so we linked her to…

‘Life During Wartime’ (1982) a live version from the Talking Heads double album called The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads. Keyboardist Bernie Worrell played additional keys in the extended line-up so we moved him on to…

‘One Nation Under A Groove’ (1978) from the LP of the same name by Funkadelic. The mix engineer was Mike Lacopeli so it’s him we followed to…

‘Brazilian Stomp’ (1987) on the Collaboration LP by guitarists George Benson and Earl Klugh. Harvey Mason played drums on this and on…

‘L.A. Underground’ (1995) by guitarists Lee Ritenour and Larry Carlton from the album Larry and Lee. The engineer on the session was Don Murray so we linked him to…

‘Shake You Body Down To The Ground’ (1978) from the Destiny album by The Jacksons. Mike Boddicker played synths on the LP so we connected him to…

‘Short People’ (1977) by Randy Newman from his fifth solo LP Little Criminals. A guest on the LP was Joe Walsh so for the last song on Connections 41 we linked Joe to…

‘Rock Mountain Way’ (1973) from Joe’s second LP The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get.

I’ll put some additional content relating to the show on the Facebook Page, ‘Connections Show:Paul McKendrick’.

Many thanks for your wonderful support, feedback and comments and I’ll see you in December!

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