Alan Wilder works on Paul Kendall albumPosted on 31/10/03
"Capture", the brand new release by former Mute artist Paul Kendall and Olivia Louvel under the The Digital Intervention moniker will feature arrangements by ex-Depeche Mode member Alan Wilder so the German Alan Wilder fansite www.alanwilder.de announced. It's the first appearance of Alan Wilder in musicland since Recoil's highly acclaimed "Liquid" (2000) album. A few days work at the idylic studio of Alan Wilder bore the fruits for Alan's string arrangement on the track "Coma Idyllique" (an audio preview has been added below). The track will appear on "Capture" which will see a release on the 0101 label after seeing 4 releases of the The Parallel Series on Mute. You can read a full interview with Paul Kendall in the next Side-Line issue #46. Update November 3rd: In a response to Side-Line, Alan Wilder confirmed he 'supplied' the stringy bits about a year ago when PK came to his studio to mix some tracks. Alan Wilder will also be interviewed for the upcoming Paul Kendall interview in Side-Line #46.
The Digital Intervention - "Coma Idyllique"
Posted by B. Van Isacker
Posted by: on Nov 19, 03 | 8:41 am
Welcome back Charlie!!
Posted by: on Nov 01, 03 | 4:09 am
i hope he doesnt..too much talent wasted......
Posted by: on Oct 31, 03 | 1:28 pm
finally charlie is out in the spotlight again, so when will there be a new recoil album??????? I heard he had quit the musicbizz alltogether?
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