They seem to list "Words & music" for most of the entries but...!
Tim posted on Wednesday, 03 May, 2006 - 11:23 pm
Part of the iPod generation. Everything is called a 'song' these days....
(Bl**dy h*ll - how do you get to be on "Grumpy Old Men"!)
Bill D posted on Thursday, 04 May, 2006 - 09:35 am
'Grumpy Old Men' was a great idea, with some credible complaints from the grumpy ones. Now it's a bit contrived and the 'Grumpy Old Women' show even more so.
steve gray posted on Thursday, 04 May, 2006 - 05:35 pm
I think Ian Gomm did write a lyric for Carillon, which is why his name's on the copyright. Never heard it, mind; it's a song (sorry Tim) I can't imagine being sung.
My iPod regards Beethoven's 9 symphonies as 36 songs. Other 'songs' include Barenboim's Reith Lectures and Michel Thomas's German lessons. Happy whistling, all.
Tim posted on Thursday, 04 May, 2006 - 11:48 pm
Thanks Steve. I'm fascinated that the Beethoven Symphonies only make 36 songs on your iPod - is that 36 songs and 1 scene by the brook? I'm sure Barenboim would have a thing or two to say about the Reith lectures being a song...
Tim posted on Sunday, 07 May, 2006 - 01:43 am
Serious stuff this time.
According to the biog on www.iangomm.com "Ian co-wrote the instrumental 'Carrillon' with Herbie Flowers the bass player who had played on most of Ian's solo recordings. Herbie had just formed a classical 'super group' Sky with guitarist John Williams and this track appeared on their debut album 'Sky'..."