Title: Body Language Interview
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Label: Parlophone – Minint02. 26. 'Loving Days' Next: Back To The Studios Of Biff Stannard And Joolzs Gallagher.
Kylie Minogue’s breakthrough Fever was so sickeningly cheesy that it should have come packaged with a complimentary bottle of Lactaid.
Kylie Minogue talks about the making of her 11th studio album "Aphrodite". Almost A Lover is the best thing since sliced anything. On Aphro Everything Is Beautiful and Angel are Divine. Well, I like every album she has ever released. Light Years" and "Fever" are very good albums but it seems like the artist can get success in USA only if the radio stations play her songs ten times every day.
50. Long stretches prove mysteriously hookless, arid, or burdened by Minogue foregrounding a voice that withers in the glare of the spotlight.
It was entitled so as no tickets were offered for sale publicly and only invited guests and competition winners attended the show.
Much has been made of the album's initial reception, and everybody seems to be chomping at the bit to dethrone her as the Princess of Europop. ) The production and the feel to this album is OUTSTANDING. It is stylish, catchy, sexy, fun, light-hearted, dancey, happy, creative, and colorful.
Kylie new album interview: 'Sometimes you fall flat on your face'. Digital Spy speaks to the star about her new album The Abbey Road Sessions. After 25 years in the game, Kylie Minogue has celebrated the milestone with a series of releases and intimate shows over the last 12 months that have pleased even her most demanding of fans. She's rounding off the year with a new LP titled The Abbey Road Sessions; a collection of her biggest hits stripped back and re-imagined with a full orchestra backing
|1||So, Your 3rd Parlophone Cd Is Out On November 17th. How Long Does It Take You To Make An Album?||1:29|
|2||Fever, The Last Album Was A 6 Million Seller World Wide, And 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head' A Record That Was Just Everywhere. Did You Ever Get Tired Of It?||0:28|
|3||'Can't Get You Out Of My Head', From 'Fever', Was Such A Big Selling And Big Radio Record! Was There Pressure; That You Might Struggle To Follow It Up?||0:57|
|4||'Slow', The First Single, Has A Nice Retro Feel, While At The Same Time Being Bang Up To Date. Tell Us About The Writing And Recording Of 'Slow'||2:14|
|5||How Did You Hook Up With All The Writers And Producers On The Album?||2:06|
|6||'Still Standing' Is Next, Written By Ash Thomas - Who's Ash Thomas?||2:20|
|7||As We Said, There Are Lots Of Different Writers And Producers On The Album. Someone Has To Hold On To The Overall Concept Of What You Want The Album To Be Like? Is That You?||1:14|
|8||Tell Us About 'Secret (Take You Home)'||0:38|
|9||And 'Secret' Has Credits Going To No Fewer Than 9 Writers.||0:36|
|10||How Did You Pick The Songs For The Album? For The End Of An Affair: "I Want My Records Back, To Get My Heart On Track"||0:29|
|11||Next Up, 'Promises'. Written And Produced By Kurtis Khaleel, Aka Mantronik. How Did You Get To Know Him?||1:22|
|12||'Promises' Is Definitely A Song From An Assertive And Strong Woman (And Not The Only One On The Album). Sexy - But Strong.||0:25|
|13||There's A Slow, Less Frantic Vibe Across The Whole Album||0:22|
|14||'Sweet Music' Is Interesting. It's A Love Song On One Level; But It's Also A Track About Recording A Track.||1:12|
|15||Where Does 'Body Language' Take You, Personnaly And Musically?||1:02|
|16||Right, 'Red Blooded Woman'. This Stars The Dynamic Duo Of Johnny Douglas And Karen Poole (Ex Alisha's Attic).||2:04|
|17||Now, Some Top Shelf Music (So Sexy It Has To Be Kept Out Of The Reach Of The Young.) 'Chocolate' Has To Be A #1 Hit, And It's So Sexy!||2:22|
|18||So You Recorded In Spain. That Sounds Like A Good Idea||1:25|
|19||More Mantronik In 'Obsession'. More Chilled Out Tempo. More 80s Feel.||0:59|
|20||What About The Songs That Don't Quite Make It Onto The Album? Is It A Very Difficult Job To Reject Some That You Really Like?||1:43|
|21||'I Feel For You' Has A Vocal Sample In It. But What Does It Say?||0:16|
|22||The Track Is Full Of Rain And Thunder Sound Effects. It Has Quite A Filmic Quality About It.||1:42|
|23||Kylie Is A Role Model, Especially For Young Girls. Is That Ever A Burden For You?||0:52|
|24||In The Next Track 'Someday', There Is A Great Lyric For The End Of An Affair:! "I Want My Records Back, To Get My Heart On Track"||2:16|
|25||The 'Voice' Of 'Body Language' Is Undoubtedly That Of An Assertive Woman.||0:37|
|26||'Loving Days' Next: Back To The Studios Of Biff Stannard And Joolzs Gallagher. Back To Dublin.||1:07|
|27||What Do The Strings Add, On A Track Like 'Loving Days'?||0:37|
|28||The Last Track Is 'After Dark', Which Sound Like Another Hit Single. Back To The Hit Writer Cathy Dennis.||1:17|
|29||So, The Album Is Done And Ready To Go. What About The Lights, The Amps, The Drums, The Dancers, The Halls??||1:56|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Management – Terry Blamey, Terry Blamey Management Ltd.*
- Producer, Edited By – Kevin McCabe, Tony Hale
NotesFrom insert card: "This CD comes with 29 speech bands about the new Kylie Minogue album, 'Body Language'. All the bands are taken from an interview between Kylie and Tony Hale, recorded in London in October 2003. As usual, the ins and outs and durations are given: along with suggestions of questions, that will lead into the answer Kylie gives."
℗2003 ©2003 EMI Records Ltd. Printed in EU.
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