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2/2. Phil Collins rewinds to July 1985 for an anniversary look at the 16-hour pop and rock fundraiser Live Aid, which added over E:110 million to an Ethiopian-famine-relief campaign started just months earlier with Band Aid. Featuring interviews and music from many of the acts involved in the event, which was staged in both London and Philadelphia.
3/6. Singer Alison Moyet profiles mainstream-pop studio wiz
Phil Ramone , who has mixed, produced or engineered record albums for over two hundred artists, Including Barbra Streisand , Paul Simon ,
Ray Charles , Aretha Franklin , Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan. The story continues with a look at Ramone's eight-album partnership with Billy Joel , for whom he produced Just the Way You Are (Grammy Record of the Year 1978) and 52nd Street (Grammy Album of the Year 1979). Billy Joel discusses their many collaborations, and why they split.
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