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Composer and musician Neil Brand presents a series which explores the magical elements that come together to create our favourite songs.
|S01E01||The Recording Revolution||16/01/2015||To open the series, Neil investigates how songs were recorded for the first time, the listening revolution in the home that followed and the birth of a new style of singing that came with the arrival of the microphone - crooning. He also looks at the songwriting genius of Irving Berlin and the interpretative power of singers Bessie Smith, Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby.|
|S01E02||Reeling and Rocking||23/01/2015||Neil Brand recreates innovative recording sessions by the likes of Elvis and the Beatles.|
|S01E03||Mix It Up and Start Again||30/01/2015||From the synthesisers of symphonic rock to the mixes of disco and the samplings of hip hop, music was transformed by the arrival of digital technology and the computer, which gave some songwriters more power but others much less. Along the way Neil talks synths with Rick Wakeman from Yes, samples with Public Enemy's Hank Shocklee, uncovers the surprising lo-fi origins of Bruce Springsteen's stadium-busting Born in the USA, and finds out how Cher changed the sound of her voice on the smash hit Believe.|