Side One: Wishing Well (a tone poem) (Cool in the Shade Mix) 7:50
"This is to verify that the Three Coins in the Fountain were wearing shades during at least 80% of this mix"
Produced by Martyn Ware & Terence Trent d'Arby Engineered by Phil Legg for Powere Plant London. Remix and Additional Production by Francois Kevorkian and Ron St. Germain at Right Track Studios, New York. Overdubs by Alam Friedman. Mastered at CBS Studios by Vlado Meller Special Version from the Columbia LP "Introducting the Hardlin According to Terence Trent d'Arby" 40964
i: (What A) Wonderful World 3:55 Recorded by Stefan Lux Produced by Terence Trent d'Arby Mixed by Ralph P. Ruppert Mastered at CBS Studios by Vlado Miller
ii: Elevators & Hearts 4:04 Recorded by Stefan Lux Produced by The Incredible E.G. O'Reilly Mixed by The Incredible E.G. O'Reilly & Ralp Ruppert. Mastered at CBS Studios by Vlado Meller
Yes, that *is* a Sam Cooke remake. Liner notes also include the address of his fanclub; I wonder if they still take mail. "Dear Terence, what the heck ever happened to you anyway?"
Gotta check out this guy DJ Jester (aka The Fillipino Fist) from San Antonio. He's an ex-skater turned turntabilist whose CD RIverwalk Riots I fell in love with while in Texas. Great collage style, not as obscure or moody as DJ Shadow but nowhere near as vapid as, say, Fatboy Slim.
Anyway, you'll never hear Terence Trent D'Arby the same way again. Nor Willie Nelson. Nor the the theme from Night Court or In a Gadda Davida.
My turntables might wobble but they don't fall down.
Originally posted by SchippeWreckFunny. I read this thread this morning, then hopped in my car and KCRW (college radio and best station in L.A., IMO) was playing a new song by Terence called "Designated Fool".
I believe he performed that song on Leno a few weeks ago. The fact that he was on Leno blew my mind.
Whatever happened with Terence being the new lead singer for INXS? Was that only a one-time gig?
Over 1550 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!
Oliva: You are the weakest link! Goodbye!
Stewie: Ahahaha. Oh God, that's funny. That's really funny. You write your own material? Do you? Because that is so fresh. 'You are the weakest link. Goodbye!' You know I've never heard anyone make that joke before. You're the first. I've never heard anyone reference that outside program before. Because that's what she says on the show, right? Hmmm? 'You are the weakest link. Goodbye!' And ye...ye..yet you've taken it and....and used it out of context to insult me in this everyday situation. What a clever, smart girl you must be. To come up with a joke like that all by yourself. Mmmmm...that's so fresh too. Any Titanic jokes you want to throw at me as long as we're hitting these phenomena at the height of their popularity. Mmmm? Cuz i'm here God you're so funny!
I was watching VH1's 80's show for 1985 last night and they were talking about Live Aid and, of course, Bob Geldof. Most of the musical acts they talked to basically stated that Geldof was in it for the ego, etc.