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Felix and Arty

Felix and Arty

Felix and Arty


Roger Taylor wrote 'Woman You're so beautiful' and the first mix was cut with himself on vocals. But, ever the perfectionist, he wasn't quite happy with what he had, and started tinkering with it, suggesting that his son, Felix cut a vocal for it. Not being particularly experienced in this field, Felix was very chuffed to be asked, and gave it a go in the studio. They were pleased with the result, it sounded pretty good and was deadly catchy (almost irritatingly so). Read more on Last.fm
Roger Taylor wrote 'Woman You're so beautiful' and the first mix was cut with himself on vocals. But, ever the perfectionist, he wasn't quite happy with what he had, and started tinkering with it, suggesting that his son, Felix cut a vocal for it. Not being particularly experienced in this field, Felix was very chuffed to be asked, and gave it a go in the studio. They were pleased with the result, it sounded pretty good and was deadly catchy (almost irritatingly so).

Roger was happier with this cut too, so he thought he would try and hawk it to Transistor Project and Parlophone as a summer single. The song started off as a sort of statement about how women are, paradoxically, both wonderful and incredibly annoying, the force that brings joy to a mans life with one hand and sucks it out with the other all very deep and meaningful, but being a pop song, its not Pulitzer material. Its just a damn good, reggae-lite summer pop tune, with a killer chorus that stays in your head whether you like it or not. Like cold beer and football, it goes well with barbecues and beach holidays.

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