|No Angel CD (1999) Top Seller
Bruce Aisher albums Engineers include: Ash Howes, Phill Brown, Goetz.
Personnel: Dido (vocals).
Photographer: Andrew Southam.
Personnel: Dido (vocals, recorder, keyboards); Rick Nowels (acoustic guitar, Wurlitzer piano, Chamberlin, keyboards); Paulie Herman (guitar, harmonica); John Themis (electric guitar, percussion); Rusty Anderson, Martin McCory (electric guitar); Dave Randall (guitar); Mark Felton (harmonica); Mark Bates (piano, Wurlitzer piano, organ, keyboards); Paul Statham (piano, keyboards); Duncan Bridgeman, Peter Vittese (keyboards, programming); Sister Bliss, Bruce Aisher (keyboards); Aubrey Nunn, Tim Vogt, Youth, John Pierce (bass); Richie Stevens, Geoff Dugmore (drums, percussion); Matty Benbrook (drums, programming); Mal Hyde Smith, Sudha (percussion); Rollo, James Sanger, Jony Rockstar, Nick Manasseh (programming); Pauline Taylor, Rachel Brown, Aquila (background vocals).
Producers include: Rick Nowels, Dido, Rollo, Duncan Bridgeman, Sister ...
||No Angel Only Tracks CD (1999)
Bruce Aisher CD discography Japanese edition includes two additional recordings: "Worthless" and "Me."
The title notwithstanding, this debut from the former Faithless singer is pretty angelic-sounding stuff. You're bound to think of Sinéad O'Connor, but the comparison is as misleading as it is inevitable. Granted, Dido's ethereal vocals here frequently recall O'Connor; but Dido's music -- while inventively augmented with electronics -- is generally less adventurous. Ditto No Angel's lyrics, which focus almost exclusively on love, lust, and relationships. That said, the fact remains that this is an auspicious and highly listenable album -- atmospheric, seductive, and beautifully produced and sequenced. [The Japanese release adds "Worthless" and "Me" as bonus tracks.] ~ Jeff Burger
Engineers include: Ash Howes, Phill Brown, Goetz.
Personnel: Dido (vocals, ...