Morgan mcvey looking good diving

The group released a single, "Looking Good Diving," through Sony Records in 1986, produced by Stock Aitken Waterman and mixed by Phil Harding . The B side, called "Looking Good Diving… read more

50 – Morgan McVey – Looking Good Diving With The Wild Bunch (feat. Neneh Cherry) (12” Mix) (Remixed by The Wild Bunch – )
The first 12” on my list has such a complicated family tree it probably deserves its own episode of ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Ok, here goes...deep breath...a manufactured pop duo comprising of Jamie Morgan and Cameron Mcvey, with links to the UK Buffalo fashion scene, release ‘Looking Good Diving’, a throw away pop/dance track produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. It disappears without trace, but this B-side, featuring a then unknown Neneh Cherry and re-titled ‘Looking Good Diving With The Wild Bunch’, is a ground-breaking remix by The Wild Bunch (a Bristol based collective of trip hop musicians and DJ’s including Massive Attack’s, Mushroom). This remix would, in turn, be remixed and remodelled by Bomb The Bass’ Tim Simenon to become the basis for ‘Buffalo Stance’, Neneh Cherry’s breakthrough single from 1988. Cameron Mcvey went on to produce Massive Attack’s ‘Blue Lines’, All Saints’ eponymous debut and two albums by, two different incarnations of, The Sugababes.

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