Heaven 17 Recall Earth, Wind & Hearth

Heaven 17 Recall Earth, Wind & Hearth: Glenn Gregory of synthpop stars Heaven 17 instructed us about his Earth, Wind & Hearth revel in.

Glenn Gregory: The most efficient live performance I’ve ever been to used to be Earth, Wind & Hearth in London on the Wembley Area in 1982.

I had incredible tickets and used to be seated just about entrance and heart to witness one of the flamboyant, theatrical and spiritually uplifting gigs that there has ever been. Oh and the sound of that band. Oh and that brass segment. Oh and the standard and great thing about the vocal performances used to be completely celestial after which the golden phoenix with an 8 foot wingspan flew excessive of my head and disappeared at the back of the degree…no, I wasn’t tripping, that in reality came about, truthfully.

I left the venue that night time in a transcendent state and the following morning known as Virgin Information (our label) and mentioned we need to get the Earth, Wind & Hearth horn segment to play on a Heaven 17 observe.

We all know they’re in London, we noticed them remaining night time and with standard and admirable coolness, Gemma Corfield (who just about ran issues, with out any person in reality noticing) mentioned, good enough, what day…and that’s how The Phoenix Horns ended up at the Heaven 17 album The Luxurious Hole. Now that in reality used to be a fantastic gig, and I didn’t even point out the outfits!

Heaven 17 Recall Earth, Wind & Hearth: Heaven 17 carry out on Tuesday, September 29 on the Belasco, after which on Saturday, October 1 on the Observatory.


























































































































































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Updated: September 2, 2022 — 1:29 pm