Mick Linnard And David Hughes - Pieces On The Ground. Cadaques Connexio - Speak No Evil. Azanyah - Praise Tony Allen - Moanin. Shirley Nanette - Sometimes. The Turbulations - I'm In Love. The Ballads - Your Love. Ricky Lance - Again & Again. Darling Dears - I Don't Think I'll Ever Love Another.
For this show Danilo selects mellow vibes to celebrate the dawn of summer in Paris. He also welcomes Tony Allen, Nigerian drummer who pioneered afro-beat with Fela Kuti. Together they discuss Tony’s latest album, A Tribute to Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, out on Blue Note Records. Listen now Tracklist.
David Edward Hughes (16 May 1831 – 22 January 1900), was a British-American inventor, practical experimenter, and professor of music known for his work on the printing telegraph and the microphone. He is generally considered to have been born in London but his family moved around that time so he may have been born in Corwen, Wales. His family moved to the . while he was a child and he became a professor of music in Kentucky. In 1855 he patented a printing telegraph.
David Alan Hughes (born 25 April 1960) is an English keyboardist who played in different new wave bands, and later became successful making music for films. A self-taught musician, David Hughes was born in Birkenhead, England. He founded Dalek I Love You in 1977, alongside guitarist Alan Gill, bassist David Balfe and Chris Teepee.
Hughes left OMD in November 1980 and "Souvenir" was released as a single in August 1981 and on the Architecture and Morality album in November 1981. He was subsequently replaced by Martin Cooper (2). After leaving OMD, he teamed up with Keith Hartley, forming with him the synthpop duo Godot (4). The duo released a like-Dalek I's Compass Cumpas EP, Extended Player, in 1981. However, in that year, Alan Gill solicited the help of Hartley, in a reformed line-up of Dalek I Love You, and the latter joined. So, Hughes called for new members, being joined by Freeze Frame members Ronnie.
David Bowie and Glenn Hughes bonded over a love of soul music and ended up sharing a house in Beverly Hills. That’s when he asked me to sing on the album, but the band and the management were against it. I don’t think anyone knows that, but it’s true and it really upset me. He was always on at me about clothes. David threw a lot of mine away. I was writing my solo album Play Me Out and he might have been trying to mould me. He was going to produce it for me but that didn’t happen. He kept telling me, ‘You’ve got to keep changing – cut your hair, don’t write the same songs’. By early 1975 we were both into coke – a lot. We were fiendish and paranoid to hell