‘The vinyl triggers something in people’: Dave Stewart travels down memory lane as Eurythmics reissues are released
by Ben Homewood – Music Week
Today marks the end of a frustrating period for Dave Stewart of Eurythmics.
Stewart, who founded the legendary group with Annie Lennox in 1980 and went on to sell more than 80 million albums worldwide, has long been perplexed at the lack of attention paid to the band’s catalogue. But no more.
Today (April 13) Eurythmics records In The Garden (1981), Sweet Dreams (1983) and Touch (1983) are re-released via Sony Music. It’s part of a big 2018 for the group, who are nominated for entry into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Stewart knows more about that than perhaps anyone, as Music Week found out when we sat down with the producer for a chat about the re-releases. Read on to find out how they came together, and how deciphering Stewart’s handwriting was half the battle…
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