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#451 Posted : 23 March 2020 07:38:34(UTC)
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New audio interview with Bernard on Double J this morning.

He's in fine spirits and it's a nice interview:

https://www.abc.net.au/d...-bernard-sumner/12049558

The New Order segment starts at approximately 1 hour 3 minutes.

Enjoy!


She talks about the "5 tracks that made you".
Well earlier-period Iggy might have been relevant and Shades is a nice track, but I would suggest that all these tracks ('87 onwards) are post establishment of NO (and post entire lifespan of JD) and therefore none of them really "made" Bernard.
Also, that choice of David Morales' Hideaway from 2018 instead of the 1995 De'Lacy/Deep Dish version(s) is a travesty!

Bernard's a funny mixture of humility ("maybe we weren't that good, we were just being played at the time) and his old headstrong self.
He did well to remain polite as the interviewer repeatedly called the Chemical Brothers a Manchester band. I think Wikipedia may be responsible for that.
They did meet at Manchester Uni and shared a student house there, but they came from London/Henley and when they left Uni, they left Manchester.
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ROCKET MICK on 25/03/2020(UTC)
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#452 Posted : 23 March 2020 09:58:45(UTC)
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Yeah. I'm guessing that, with the track selection, he mixed things up a little bit to keep it interesting.

I imagine he's been asked to contribute to similar discussions many times before and probably finds it boring to repeat himself with the same tracks over and over ('Ride A White Swan' / 'Voodoo Chile', being the first records he bought, 'Anarchy In The UK', 'Trans Europe Express', 'Warszawa' etc.).

'Twisted Tenderness' was a definite odd choice though. It hardly made him. He made it.

Maybe he was given a 'brief' prior to the programme which stated 'play some records that sum up you life and that you'd love to hear'.
Having never heard the programme before, it may be that guests do the same as Bernard each week.
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ROCKET MICK on 25/03/2020(UTC)
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#453 Posted : 25 March 2020 08:38:51(UTC)
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Bernard contributes to two tracks: BroadwayWorld.com


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#454 Posted : 25 March 2020 09:01:22(UTC)
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Bernard contributes to two tracks: BroadwayWorld.com


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Congrats to Zach, if he's reading this. Following on from Tom Chapman who (I believe) used to occasionally visit NOOL in the old days, we now have another forum member getting to work with Bernard - on one of his own songs no less. An absolute thrill, I imagine.

The live footage at 2.09 is presumably taken from Zach's support slot at a New York NO gig a year or two back; NO's name clearly visible on the left of screen.

The face masks/covid19 stuff is very au courant but part of me wants to forget about that stuff during the five minutes of this track...

Well, speaking of new music and Covid19, if this isn't an ideal opportunity for Bernard and Co to make some new music in lieu of live gigs, I don't know what is. Have a word Zach!
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ROCKET MICK on 25/03/2020(UTC)
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#455 Posted : 25 March 2020 13:46:56(UTC)
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Bernard contributes to two tracks: BroadwayWorld.com


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i like the song.
but why is it featuring bernard,

i can't hear or tell if there is anything from him in it.

maybe background vocals.

later
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ROCKET MICK on 25/03/2020(UTC)
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#456 Posted : 25 March 2020 16:03:29(UTC)
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Congrats, Zach!

Fantastic!
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