Sitting in for Ken Bruce all week, and featuring Tracks of My Years, in which Marc Almond picks - two a day - his ten favourite records. Plus a week-long spotlight on the new album by pop-rock quintet Ben's Brother.
Richard Allinson and producer Steve Levine return with their occasional series devoted to the works of celebrated studio teams. They turn their attentions to Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley , whose wildly contrasting music backgrounds and influences resulted in a winning producer/arranger formula that benefitted David Bowie (Absolute
Beginners), Dexy's Midnight Runners (Come On Eileen), They Might Be Giants (Birdhouse in Your Soul),
Robert Wyatt (Shipbuilding) and many others including Morrissey, Elvis Costello , Blur, Lloyd Cole, Bush and, perhaps most prolifically, Madness.
Contributors include Robert Wyatt , Suggs, arranger David Bedford and Langer and Winstanley. Producer Neil Myners
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