In our premiere episode, we take a look at 10cc’s biggest hit, “I’m Not In Love”. We’ll talk about:
- What does that title mean, anyway?
- Where did that ethereal sound come from?
- What’s the story behind the band’s name?
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I think we can all tell that it’s been several years since I’ve been behind a microphone. It gets better, I swear.
Some of the sources behind this week’s show:
George Tremlett (1976). The 10cc Story. Futura. ISBN 978-0-86007-378-9.
Band name origin:
Snopes.com, “10cc””. Snopes.com. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
“Interview with Kevin Godley, Rock N Roll Universe online interview, April 2007”. Rocknrolluniverse.com. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
“Godley & Creme interviewed in Pulse magazine, April 1988”. Minestrone.org. Archived from the original on 20 November 2008. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
Bossa Nova version, Kathy Redfern’s contribution:
Buskin, Richard (June 2005). “Classic Tracks: 10cc – ‘I’m Not in Love'”. Sound on Sound. Cambridge, England: SOS Publications: 62–69. Retrieved 21 September 2015.
Chromatic Scale recordings:
Presenters: Richard Allinson and Steve Levine (9 May 2009). “The Record Producers – 10cc”. The Record Producers. Season 3. Episode 4. BBC. BBC Radio 2.
Jump to Mercury Records:
“I Write The Songs”. The10ccfanclub.com. Retrieved 27 March 2014.