Conversation: Dan Rivkin and 'Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti' image
S1 E5 · Cool For Cats: A Squeeze Podcast
Conversation: Dan Rivkin and 'Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti'
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2 years ago

Few releases in Squeeze history generate as much commentary as 'Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti.' While 1985 saw the band reform with original keyboard player Jools Holland and introduced bassist Keith Wilkinson, this album has had its share of criticisms (from its 'sound' of the period) to praises (the songs!). Dan Rivkin weighs in with his enthusiastic and insightful observations on why this release needs to be revisited from a 2022 perspective and how we can help Squeeze fans appreciate the word 'synthesizer.'

Dan is the curator of They May Be Parted, a weblog dedicated to an understanding, deep dive of The Beatles 'Get Back/Let It Be' sessions in January 1969.

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