writes about some of the wheeling and dealing that resulted in that tremendous evening in Hyde Park.
By the way, the Hyde Park show will re-air on BBC Four this weekend after a fresh airing of Mr. Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne and ELO.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Take That announced their new album today, titled III. According to some reports out of the UK, Jeff Lynne is one of the album's 4 producers.
Track list from the Deluxe Edition on iTunes:
Let In The Sun
If You Want It
Higher Than Higher
I Like It
Give You My Love
Into The Wild
Get Ready For It
Do It All For Love
And 3 extra tracks exclusive to Google Play
Fall Down At Your Feet
If It's Not Love
These Days (Steve Pitron & Max Sanna Club Mix)
The album's first single, These Days, will be getting its first play tomorrow - that track is produced by Greg Kurstin.
III is slated for a December 1st release in the UK.
A "Signed Super Deluxe Box Set" is being made available. Their blurb:
This is the first time Take That have written and recorded as a three and with that new dynamic has come a new sound; this time around choosing an eclectic mix of producers to work on the album:Greg Kurstin (Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence, Lykke Li - I Never Learn, Katy Perry - Prism), John Shanks (Take That- Beautiful World, The Circus), Stuart Price (Take That - Progress, Madonna - Confessions on a Dance Floor, The Killers - Day & Age) and Jeff Lynne(ELO, Paul McCartney - Flaming Pie, Regina Spektor - Far, Tom Petty - Into The Great Wide Open, Travelling Wilburys - Travelling Wilburys Vol.1).