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- Posted on May 21st 2012 10:50AM by Cameron Matthews
Barry J. Holmes
Wainwright recently sat down with producer extraordinaire Mark Ronson to discuss their first recording venture together, reminiscing about the late 1970s in New York City, and all of its layers of filth and grime -- something they wanted to put on wax.
"The first song that we really got into was 'Out of the Game,' and hearing that kind of a song, in my mind, set the tone for this warm, '70s, slightly Laurel Canyon meets the more eccentric songs on Young Americans -- groovy, funky, swinging, hip," Ronson says of his experience with the outlandish Wainwright.
Out of the Game is available now via Decca records. Check out the video below.