Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. One of the most intriguing pop music partnerships of the eighties makes it's return - Rick Wright, one of the founder members of Pink Floyd and who played keyboards on their multi-million selling albums joined forces with Dave (formerly Dee) Harris, best known to music fans as the former singer and guitarist with electro-funk band Fashion. This album which was recorded at Wright's home studio and Utopia Studios in North London in '82/'83, utilises the Fairlight Computer, which has the ability to recreate the sound of any musical instrument. The new partnership was born out of a Greek holiday that Rick Wright had in 1981. At that time Dave Harris has just left Fashion - "I supposed you could put it down to the usual 'musical differences' - and was looking for fresh ideas. Unfortunately, certain legal problems had to be ironed out first - and then there was also the question of mastering the Fairlight. Dave Harris says "when we started recording it, we didn't have any pre-conceived ideas of how it should be done, and we certainly didn't try to create a sound. The whole thing just evolved quite naturally". "There will probably be a lot of Pink Floyd fans interested in what Rick had been doing, and equally I'm sure that a lot of Fashion's followers will want to know what I've been up to".
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. One of the most intriguing pop music partnerships of the eighties makes it's return - Rick Wright, one of the founder members of Pink Floyd and who played keyboards on their multi-million selling albums joined forces with Dave (formerly Dee) Harris, best known to music fans as the former singer and guitarist with electro-funk band Fashion. This album which was recorded at Wright's home studio and Utopia Studios in North London in '82/'83, utilises the Fairlight Computer, which has the ability to recreate the sound of any musical instrument. The new partnership was born out of a Greek holiday that Rick Wright had in 1981. At that time Dave Harris has just left Fashion - "I supposed you could put it down to the usual 'musical differences' - and was looking for fresh ideas. Unfortunately, certain legal problems had to be ironed out first - and then there was also the question of mastering the Fairlight. Dave Harris says "when we started recording it, we didn't have any pre-conceived ideas of how it should be done, and we certainly didn't try to create a sound. The whole thing just evolved quite naturally". "There will probably be a lot of Pink Floyd fans interested in what Rick had been doing, and equally I'm sure that a lot of Fashion's followers will want to know what I've been up to".
5056083205936

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Format: Vinyl
Label: GONZO IMPORT
Rel. Date: 10/11/2019
UPC: 5056083205936

Identity 2019 (Uk)
Artist: Zee Richard Wright / Harris,David
Format: Vinyl
New: Not Currently Available
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8. Seems We Were Dreaming

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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. One of the most intriguing pop music partnerships of the eighties makes it's return - Rick Wright, one of the founder members of Pink Floyd and who played keyboards on their multi-million selling albums joined forces with Dave (formerly Dee) Harris, best known to music fans as the former singer and guitarist with electro-funk band Fashion. This album which was recorded at Wright's home studio and Utopia Studios in North London in '82/'83, utilises the Fairlight Computer, which has the ability to recreate the sound of any musical instrument. The new partnership was born out of a Greek holiday that Rick Wright had in 1981. At that time Dave Harris has just left Fashion - "I supposed you could put it down to the usual 'musical differences' - and was looking for fresh ideas. Unfortunately, certain legal problems had to be ironed out first - and then there was also the question of mastering the Fairlight. Dave Harris says "when we started recording it, we didn't have any pre-conceived ideas of how it should be done, and we certainly didn't try to create a sound. The whole thing just evolved quite naturally". "There will probably be a lot of Pink Floyd fans interested in what Rick had been doing, and equally I'm sure that a lot of Fashion's followers will want to know what I've been up to".