Question What’s the Olivia Newton-John sample used on The Secret Of Music?

A good question. The laughter is credited to Rose Mary and Megan Sluiter, so it must be something else.

Edit: I was wondering about the "Glendale Tab & Apple Choir" credited on My Hurling Days Are Done. It doesn't seem to exist, googling only lead to joke websites. Maybe another ‘Orchestrazia Ardwick’ or ‘Hated Salford Ensemble’?
 
Last edited:

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
Detective hat on...
According to BMI - the composer credits:
We discussed this when the track first surfaced and I found the above links composers to 'Long Live Love' - the ONJ version (not Sandie's).
Thinking at the time:
Murtagh (aka Avon) & Spiro (partners) wrote this Eurovision song and somewhere in that track (will listen later) is enough of an element from it to require a credit.

Olivia_Newton-John_-_Long_Live_Love.jpeg


Other theories welcome.
Regards,
FWD.
 

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
@Gzornanplat @gordyboy9
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say I'm correct.
You can hear a distorted part of Long Live Love from 01:00-01:05.
It appears to encompass this line in the lyrics:

'On a wet day, dry day, great to be alive day, brother takes the stand'

There is a further bit used at the end:
07:35-07:40 (same lyrics).

Case closed! :)
Regards,
FWD.
 

Mozmar

Well-Known Member
@Gzornanplat @gordyboy9
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say I'm correct.
You can hear a distorted part of Long Live Love from 01:00-01:05.
It appears to encompass this line in the lyrics:

'On a wet day, dry day, great to be alive day, brother takes the stand'

There is a further bit used at the end:
07:35-07:40 (same lyrics).

Case closed! :)
Regards,
FWD.

Great ear-work indeed...however I can only hear 'On a wet day, dry day, great to be alive day'...then something else, but (& I've listened a few times) it doesn't sound like 'brother takes the stand' so maybe it's my ears not working. I'm not losing sleep on this issue btw.
 
Top Bottom