Τρίτη, 18 Ιανουαρίου 2011

Craig Armstrong - Rise

Born in Scotland (1959 in Glasgow), Craig Armstrong began his production career in the early '90s. He composed music for several BBC and STV productions during this time, but his big break came with the Scottish pop trio "Big Dish".

Armstrong co-wrote three songs on the trio's "Satellites" album, released in 1991, and also provided string arrangements for the album.

Three years later, in 1994, Armstrong worked with renowned trip-hop group "Massive Attack" on its genre-defining Protection album. This association with Massive Attack would pay dividends a few years later when the group released Armstrong's debut full-length album on its Melankolic label.

By the end of the '90s, Armstrong had collaborated with such big-name artists as U2, Madonna, Hole, the Spice Girls, the London Suede, and Tina Turner, in addition to many other lesser-known artists.

We will continue with the same artist in the next post. For the time being we are listening a very nice audio. It has the title "Rise". Enjoy!


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2 σχόλια:

Alice Iocco είπε...

Πολύ όμορφο κομμάτι, αν και η ηλεκτρονική μουσική δεν είναι του γούστου μου, απλά αυτό ξεχωρίζει κι ο εν λόγω καλλιτέχνης νομίζω ότι συνθέτει και κλασσική μουσική...αν θυμάμαι καλά ¨))))

Diatton είπε...

Έχει πολλά κομμάτια Αλίκη που εκτός απ' τη μελωδία, τα διέπει ένας έντονος συναισθηματισμός. Σ' αυτό το κλίμα κινείται κι η επόμενη ανάρτηση (την Παρασκευή)...

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