FlinterFile: Nick Lowe- (I Love The Sound Of) Breaking Glass
In 1978, Nick Lowe went on with teasing David Bowie. After an EP called Bowi (which lacked the ‘e’, since Bowie released the album Low, lacking an ‘e’ of Nick’s surname), he recorded a parody from the Bowie song Breaking Glass. It started as a vague idea of Lowe, who had a sort of tune. Together with his session musicians he made the track in the studio. Two of the musicians who shared in the royalties were Steve Goulding and Andy Bodnar, who played for Graham Parker And The Rumour, whose records Nick Lowe produced. The song was released as first single on Radar Records (Lowe’s album was the first album from Radar Records). It made a number 7 hit in the UK. Enjoy
Nick Lowe- (I Love The Sound Of) Breaking Glass
Posted on October 29, 2015, in 1970-1979, FlinterFiles and tagged 1978, andy bodnar, bowi, david bowie, FlinterFiles, hit, i love the sound of breaking glass, Music, nick lowe, seventies, steve goulding. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.