My UK pop music knowledge is broadly from 1964 through to 1976. I also have extensive knowledge of the UK "alternative" scene, ie Canterbury bands, Krautrock & etc.
A music lover and consumer for more years than I care to remember and have an extensive record collection.
A level, HND, PGCE
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Hi, As you will see from my profile, my knowledge is broadly from 1964 to 1976, therefore something from "the 90's era" is way out of my knowledge base. I hope you find the answer somewhere along
Hi charli, Techno dance is a bit out of my comfort zone! However it's possible that some sort of samples have been used - The Magnetic Fields have lyrics similar to the ones you quoted. Other than
Hi Matt, Thanks for asking the question. The only version of CAFS that I know is by Perry Como, and although the version you have sounds groovy, I'm not sure I'd be able to tell who it is, but am
Ah, yes. The Kings of Collapse, erstwhile known as Lyndsay's Bifurcated Rivets. The 'Rivets' split due to musical differences, not least due to the band leader's insistence on using a 1-3-2 formation