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In The Mood

A straight cover of the Glenn Miller track from 1939, I recorded a Big Band including (and conducted by) jazz giant, Gilad Atzmon. The dance sequence had been filmed to...

Where Do You Go To My Lovely

The waltz in this scene had been shot using the The Blue Danube for playback. I felt this wasn’t the right track as it was supposedly the wedding song of one of...

Stomp

Originally recorded by The Brothers Johnson in 1980, the track was a big disco hit and was produced by Quincy Jones. Built around a simple drum pattern, the key to...

Le Freak

Chic are probably the greatest disco/funk band in history and ‘Le Freak’ is amongst the most recognisable pop tunes ever made. Fortunately I know and work...

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In The Mood

A straight cover of the Glenn Miller track from 1939, I recorded a Big Band including (and conducted by) jazz giant, Gilad Atzmon. The dance sequence had been filmed to the Glenn Miller original and it was necessary to capture a take with exactly the same swing and timing. This was...

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Where Do You Go To My Lovely

The waltz in this scene had been shot using the The Blue Danube for playback. I felt this wasn’t the right track as it was supposedly the wedding song of one of...

Stomp

Originally recorded by The Brothers Johnson in 1980, the track was a big disco hit and was produced by Quincy Jones. Built around a simple drum pattern, the key to...

Le Freak

Chic are probably the greatest disco/funk band in history and ‘Le Freak’ is amongst the most recognisable pop tunes ever made. Fortunately I know and work...

Sugar Kane

Having always loved NYC noise-rock band Sonic Youth, I took their track ‘Sugar Kane’ as the theme tune (and identity) of the gender-fluid TV comedy detective...

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In The Mood

A straight cover of the Glenn Miller track from 1939, I recorded a Big Band including (and conducted by) jazz giant, Gilad Atzmon. The dance sequence had been filmed to...

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In The Mood

A straight cover of the Glenn Miller track from 1939, I recorded a Big Band including (and conducted by) jazz giant, Gilad Atzmon. The dance sequence had been filmed to...

Where Do You Go To My Lovely

The waltz in this scene had been shot using the The Blue Danube for playback. I felt this wasn’t the right track as it was supposedly the wedding song of one of...

Stomp

Originally recorded by The Brothers Johnson in 1980, the track was a big disco hit and was produced by Quincy Jones. Built around a simple drum pattern, the key to...

Le Freak

Chic are probably the greatest disco/funk band in history and ‘Le Freak’ is amongst the most recognisable pop tunes ever made. Fortunately I know and work...

Sugar Kane

Having always loved NYC noise-rock band Sonic Youth, I took their track ‘Sugar Kane’ as the theme tune (and identity) of the gender-fluid TV comedy detective...