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BE THERE is a brand new music podcast from DALI – Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries, whose Danish-designed and manufactured speakers are driven by passion to deliver the most truthful, natural sound reproduction in the world.In an hour of witty conversation with some of the world’s best music writers and special guests, BE THERE celebrates the hidden talents behind truly great recordings – and tells their untold stories. The podcast ties in with DALI’s new print magazine, also called BE THERE, available for free via the DALI Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/DALI.loudspeakers/).DALI – In Admiration Of Musicdali-speakers.com/uk (https://www.dali-speakers.com/uk/)@DALIspeakersUK (https://twitter.com/DALIspeakersUK)YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/DALIspeakers)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/dalispeakers)
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BE THERE is a brand new music podcast from DALI – Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries, whose Danish-designed and manufactured speakers are driven by passion to deliver the most truthful, natural sound reproduction in the world.In an hour of witty conversation with some of the world’s best music writers and special guests, BE THERE celebrates the hidden talents behind truly great recordings – and tells their untold stories. The podcast ties in with DALI’s new print magazine, also called BE THERE, available for free via the DALI Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/DALI.loudspeakers/).DALI – In Admiration Of Musicdali-speakers.com/uk (https://www.dali-speakers.com/uk/)@DALIspeakersUK (https://twitter.com/DALIspeakersUK)YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/DALIspeakers)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/dalispeakers)
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    4: Beatles’ White Album as you’ve never heard it, pop’s orchestral queen, studio heroes

    4: Beatles’ White Album as you’ve never heard it, pop’s orchestral queen, studio heroes

    Delve into the stories behind the classic recordings with BE THERE WITH DALI, the music podcast from Denmark’s manufacturers of clean, clear, stunningly beautiful loudspeakers – all in admiration of music.

    BE THERE is the audio companion to DALI’s print magazine, also called BE THERE. You can get a copy for free at dali-speakers.com/BeThere.

    On this show: How well do you really know your favourite album? Music writer Sophie Harris of Mojo magazine and Time Out New York has loved The Beatles’ White Album for decades – but when she played the newly remastered version on DALI speakers the sound was a revelation. Plus how string arranger to the stars Anne Dudley brought orchestral glamour to pop from ABC to Pet Shop Boys to Robbie Williams and beyond. And more greatest moments in pop.Hear the tunes mentioned on this show in hi-res audio on our Tidal playlist. 
    BE THERE WITH DALI is presented by Andrew Harrison with audio production by Alex Rees. It’s a Podmasters Production.
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    • 33 min
    3: Shaping the Bowie sound, hidden studio heroes, stunning pop moments

    3: Shaping the Bowie sound, hidden studio heroes, stunning pop moments

    BE THERE WITH DALI explores the stories behind great music moments with DALI, Danish manufacturers of high-end loudspeakers with uncommon clarity and presence – all in admiration of music. It’s the audio companion to DALI’s print magazine, also called BE THERE. Find out more and get copy for free at dali-speakers.com/BeThere.

    This time we dig into the sonic mysteries of David Bowie with Paul Trynka, author of Starman: David Bowie – The Definitive Biography. From Tony Visconti to Brian Eno to Nile Rodgers, who brought out the best in Bowie… and who was using whom? Music writer Siân Pattenden joins us to seek out the self-taught geniuses of pop production, the visionaries who did it all without a map. Plus pop’s most amazing moments and more.Hear tracks from this episode on our Tidal playlist. 
    BE THERE WITH DALI is presented by Andrew Harrison with audio production by Alex Rees. It’s a Podmasters Production.
    DALI – designed, developed and produced In Admiration Of Music
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    DALI on Facebook
    @DALIspeakers
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    • 35 min
    2: The guitar that built rock’n’roll, plundering world pop and more

    2: The guitar that built rock’n’roll, plundering world pop and more

    Discover the stories behind the great recordings with BE THERE, the music podcast from DALI, who build the world’s most exquisite loudspeakers – all in admiration of music.

    BE THERE is the audio companion to DALI’s print magazine, also called BE THERE. Find out more and get copy for free at dali-speakers.com/BeThere.

    On this edition: The story of the Stratocaster, the guitar that made rock’n’roll possible. Former MOJO magazine editor and Bowie biographer Paul Trynka tells the story of a design classic that changed music forever. The sounds of Africa and the Middle East are energising western music as never before – but who’s borrowing respectfully, asks Guardian writer and world music DJ Kate Hutchinson? And our guests add to our list of the best-produced tracks of all time.Hear the tracks mentioned on this podcast in hi-res audio on our Tidal Playlist. BE THERE WITH DALI is presented by Andrew Harrison with audio production by Alex Rees. It’s a Podmasters Production.
    DALI – designed, developed and produced In Admiration Of Music
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    • 33 min
    1: London’s new jazz explosion, REM’s Fables Of The Reconstruction rediscovered, the best-produced track ever

    1: London’s new jazz explosion, REM’s Fables Of The Reconstruction rediscovered, the best-produced track ever

    It’s all in the first of a brand new series of BE THERE, marking the new issue of DALI’s music magazine. Get your copy for free at dali-speakers.com/BeThere.

    In this podcast: The grime artists, ravers and young prodigies behind London’s  jazz explosion. Guardian journalist and world music DJ Kate Hutchinson takes us inside one of the planet’s most exciting new scenes. What’s it like when you hear your favourite album properly for the first time, through DALI speakers? For Financial Times and Spectator writer Michael Hann it’s REM’s ‘Fables Of The Reconstruction’. What will he discover? And our guests choose pop moments that make their hair stand on end.Hear some of the music mentioned on this podcast on our Tidal playlist for this episode.  
    BE THERE WITH DALI is presented by Andrew Harrison with audio production by Alex Rees. It’s a Podmasters Production.
    DALI – designed, developed and produced In Admiration Of Music
    dali-speakers.com
    DALI on Facebook
    @DALIspeakers
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    • 27 min
    4: Legendary sidemen, greatest productions and why is pop no longer noisy?

    4: Legendary sidemen, greatest productions and why is pop no longer noisy?

    Back to celebrate the minds behind the music on the latest edition of BE THERE WITH DALI are special guests DAVID HEPWORTH – founder of Q and Mojo magazines and of Nothing is Real: The Beatles Were Underrated And Other Sweeping Statements About Pop – and pop writer SIÂN PATTENDEN, a graduate of the Smash Hits magazine of music journalism excellence.
    On this edition: the greatest sidemen in the history of studio recording, our guests choose the best-produced record of all time… and what happened to the sturm und drang that used to make pop so noisy? Find all the songs we talk about on our Tidal playlist. 
    This podcast is an audio companion to DALI’s print magazine, also called BE THERE – get the new issue free via the DALI Facebook page.
    BE THERE WITH DALI is presented by Andrew Harrison with audio production by Jack Claramunt. It’s a Podmasters Production.
    DALI – designed, developed and produced In Admiration Of Music
    dali-speakers.com
    DALI on Facebook
    @DALIspeakers
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    • 34 min
    3: The Joy of Queen, bizarre recording techniques, more greatest moments in pop

    3: The Joy of Queen, bizarre recording techniques, more greatest moments in pop

    Celebrating the minds behind the music on the latest edition of BE THERE WITH DALI are special guests KATE MOSSMAN (Arts Editor of the New Stateman) and author and pop culture expert TRAVIS ELBOROUGH. This time: our guests listen to their favourite albums as they’ve never heard them before, on DALI’s super-detailed CALLISTO and RUBICON speakers.
    For Queen-loving Kate it’s their tragic masterpiece ‘The Miracle’ and for Travis it’s ‘Laughing Stock’, the under-appreciated final album by dream-pop architects Talk Talk. What will they discover about the albums they thought they knew inside out? Plus – the strangest recording techniques in studio history, and our guests choose their own personal Greatest Five Seconds In Pop History. Hear all the songs we talk about on our Tidal playlist. 
    This podcast is an audio companion to DALI’s print magazine, also called BE THERE – get the new issue free via the DALI Facebook page.
    BE THERE WITH DALI is presented by Andrew Harrison with audio production by Jack Claramunt. It’s a Podmasters Production.
    DALI – designed, developed and produced In Admiration Of Music
    dali-speakers.com
    DALI on Facebook
    @DALIspeakers
    DALI on YouTube
    DALI on Instagram

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    • 37 min

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