Welcome to “My 80sography” a new? 80sography series where we talk to key figures who had a cultural and creative impact in what is, of course, the most entertaining and enjoyable of decades.
We start with a season on music producers and what better place to start than with Hugh Padgham;? a man responsible for as many hits and platinum albums in the 80s as anyone.
So much covered (and HUGHge thanks to Hugh for that)? that I’ve had to break it down into 4 parts.
In part 1;
Ad Nauseum – Derek & Clive (09:28)
Peter Gabriel (melt) – Peter Gabriel (12:33)
Drama – Yes (29:58)
Face Value – Phil Collins (recording) (36:45)
Abacab – Genesis (47:58)
Ghost In The Machine – The Police (60:25)
Intruder – Peter Gabriel (gated reverb!)
In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
Behind The Lines – Genesis/Phil Collins
Abacab – Genesis
Who Dunnit? – Genesis
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic – The Police
Omegaman – The Police
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