He had this instrument called the Chamberlain 0:29:41 0:29:45 which was a more advanced Mellotron. Line From To This programme contains some strong language. It got, you know, ridiculous. It's sometimes necessary to 0:28:52 0:28:54 protect their image - 0:28:54 0:28:57 crisis management, we call it. . He hunts for the major revolutions in his historic chart data, looking for those artists who transformed the musical landscape. What he was worried about was the prejudicial reporting that 0:34:03 0:34:06 was going on.
Can algorithms find the secret to pop success? It was quite an emotional song, 0:36:06 0:36:10 So it was wonderful that he could produce it and make it his own. What do you guys think? It's the process of multi-tracking - 0:14:16 0:14:22 recording one track over another onto the same piece of tape 0:14:22 0:14:26 without erasing the original, stacking sounds to give the sense 0:14:26 0:14:30 that there are lots of instruments playing at the same time. Narrated by master producer Nile Rodgers. Look, the whole island smelt of marijuana 0:33:39 0:33:42 anyway, so they probably did bring it into the courtroom, yeah. The first episode of Music Moguls: Masters of Pop was broadcast in January, 2016. But I mean, when you're on ecstasy, 0:43:19 0:43:22 you make ridiculous statements.
And, to be honest, it was refreshing to hear this entrepreneurial and roguish perspective. Using machine-learning techniques, Armand and Trevor try to take a song by unsigned artist Nike Jemiyo and turn it into a potential chart-topper. She could play the piano, she could write, 0:41:53 0:41:57 she had a great singing voice, she was an awesome producer. This is a clash of science and culture and a unique experiment with no guarantee of success. I'm going to make it sound like, you know.
It was uproar in the court courtroom. We have 3 episodes of Music Moguls: Masters of Pop in our archive. And will Armand succeed in finding a secret science of pop? Is he still in the restaurant? That played well certainly to my newspaper, 0:34:39 0:34:42 the Daily Mail, which you know, is generally a woman's paper. You can do what the hell you want. Highlights include Trevor Horn on inventing the 'Sound of the Eighties', Lamont Dozi. Do you know what I mean? Did you miss an episode of Music Moguls: Masters of Pop but don't you wan't that to happen in the future? The outcomes are fascinating and surprising, though fans of the Fab Four may not be pleased with the results. Creation got a huge amount of coverage, 0:45:59 0:46:03 the Labour Party won the election, 0:46:03 0:46:05 everybody won.
With the aid of rare archive footage, he explains how he and fellow exponents, such as Barbara Charone and Andy Saunders, cultivate new bands, manage crises and attempt to maintain the reputation of their long-standing clients. You've got your money's worth! How will the artists react to the scientist intruding on their turf? Please set an alarm and add Music Moguls: Masters of Pop to your favourites, so we can remind you by email when there's a new episode available to watch. D, the Neptunes, whoever it was. So verse four, 0:31:34 0:31:36 if you go to verse four, now he's working the middle mic 0:31:36 0:31:39 and the end mic. These are the men and women who have created the signature sounds that have defined key periods in rock and pop history.
I'm sure he did go back to colonial times. I'll be there 0:09:54 0:09:58 To love and comfort you, girl. These are the men and women who have created the signature sounds that have defined key periods in rock and pop history. Narrated by Simon Napier-Bell, it also features contributions from Andrew Loog Oldham the Rolling Stones , Jon Landau Bruce Springsteen , Bill Curbishley the Who , Paul McGuinness U2 and Jonathan Dickins Adele. Very often, it is very frustrating. Armand also takes a scientific look at pop evolution.
These are the men and women who have created the signature sounds that have defined key periods in rock and pop history. You lot are a load of the most boring 0:23:55 0:23:58 people I've ever seen in my fucking life. You said that you don't 0:06:32 0:06:35 think your group have got any. And they would feed me 0:27:28 0:27:31 stories because they understood my problems and we worked together. The programme highlights the campaigns behind superstars including Jimi Hendrix, Taylor Swift and David Bowie. It'll have a headline and an intro and quotes 0:37:44 0:37:47 from the key people. Alan's just telling me he started 12 years ago with a 1,000 quid bank loan, 0:45:29 0:45:33 -and now it has a turnover of 34 million.
Do you know what I mean? Heroes is a particularly great song. You just told me to open it! You've got a dance song. There was one other thing 0:29:38 0:29:41 that David played. Anyway, 0:14:15 0:14:18 we sat down one day, my boss Keith Altham at the time, 0:14:18 0:14:22 and we decided High And Mighty - duh - 0:14:22 0:14:24 we should do it on a mountain! Narrated by master producer Nile Rodgers. It was entertaining watching Alan Edwards and Barbara Charone emerging from the shadows and reluctantly discharging their secrets to the world while not owning up to any type of mischief. This is a brass track. You know, grass, handfuls of dope 0:33:58 0:34:03 and stuff.
When the results are in, Armand teams up with hit producer Trevor Horn. Does this mean you're usually 0:06:59 0:07:01 blocked up when you're actually on stage? We all felt it was a commercial-sounding song, 0:52:43 0:52:49 but we just didn't have it quite right. Other factors, such as the big-spending record label, the lunatic fans or the demented genius of the star talent itself, begin to fade into the shadows. Look instead at the narrative around their promotional schedule and how the dramas and crashes were constructed and managed. It was like a Carry On court case, 0:32:01 0:32:05 but my job was to fan those flames, 0:32:05 0:32:07 and the more the headlines were lurid, 0:32:07 0:32:09 the better from my point of view, cos we didn't want 0:32:09 0:32:11 this to seem like a serious case and, frankly, it wasn't. Line From To This programme contains some strong language. But it's in the mix.