Guy Sigsworth
 
 

Rôle

Guy Sigsworth

 

Guy Sigsworth est un compositeur producteur qui a collaboré avec de nombreux artistes, comme Seal, Alanis Morissette, Britney Spears ou Madonna. Il a fait partie du groupe Frou Frou avec Imogen Heap.

Travail avec Björk

Post
- Instruments : Cover Me

Selmasongs
- Arrangement : I’ve Seen It All

Vespertine
- Co-écriture : Sun In My Mouth, An Echo A Stain, Harm Of Will

Autres titres
- Écriture : Scary (clavecin)
- Instruments : piano sur Visur Vatnsenda-Rosu, Cover Me, Sweet Sweet Intuition

Remix

- Venus as a Boy (Harpsichord Version) 2:15
- All Is Full Of Love (Guy Sigsworth Mix) 4:23
- clavier sur Possibly Maybe (Calcutta Cyber mix) et Possibly Maybe (Calcutta Cyber Cafe Dub Mix)

Tournée / Concerts

Guy Sigsworth a fait partie de la tournée Post au clavier et au clavecin et en tant que directeur musical. Il a aussi participé au concert MTV Unplugged.

Guy Sigsworth à propos de Homogenic

Things had got intense in London and she had to leave. She went to Spain to work in a studio owned by Trevor Morais, her tour drummer. There was always a community of people there, including Icelandic friends. That was what it needed to be at that time, for many reasons. I went out there, then we did “Unravel” back in London. The vocal is the first take. She had just written the song. She heard the track, came up with the top melody line, went out to write some lyrics, came back and sang them. It’s the only time with anything I’ve ever recorded, that that’s been the case. One of the hardest things in music is to be sophisticated and raw at the same time, and she has that.

Uncut - Avril 2017

Guy Sigsworth à propos de Vespertine

Björk was asked to contribute [“The Boho Dance”] to a Joni Mitchell tribute album. It didn’t come out until years later, but that was the start of a new kind of approach, with the centrality of the celeste. Later, Damian [Taylor] and I went to Iceland. It was January 2000, one hour of daylight. That was where the idea of Vespertine came about.

We talked about Homogenic, where the drums are like volcanoes and earthquakes ; wouldn’t it be cool to do the extreme opposite, with everything sounding microscopic ? Music was going that way anyway.

Uncut - Avril 2017

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