I had every intention of getting this second part done sooner rather than later but real life came up. While I could go into detail about that, instead, I’ll just move on to the second part. And So We Travel… After we found out the show in Minnesota was not going to happen and processed… Continue reading Salt in the Rainbow: Midwest Mini-Tour ’22 Part 2
When did you become a fan? I became a fan in 1982. Why? What drew you to the band? It was hearing Hungry Like the Wolf and later seeing the video. What I particularly liked was the Jean-Michel Jarresque synth line, which runs through the song. How do you participate in the fandom? What do you… Continue reading May Fan of the Month: Neilio
Here’s a topic for you – how far are you willing to go to make sure Duran Duran stays on the charts? Let me back up a bit. Back in May, album pre-sales were announced for Future Past. We all bought what we wanted, and as each new single arrived, I’m sure there were additional… Continue reading How Far Will You Go?
Blink and it’s already October! Welcome to the month of Secret Oktober, Future Past, Austin City Lights, and many other DD delights! What else happened during this first full week of the month? October 3 Performed at Aston University, Birmingham UK (1980) Played with Go-Gos at the Greek Theater, Los Angeles (1981) Attended Autograph Party… Continue reading This Week in DD History: Oct 3 -9, 2021
It has been quite some time since we had a proper Fan-of-the-Month here at Daily Duranie. This month though, we have quite the treat! Shari B. Ellis, creator of the video “Sh*t that Duran Duran Fans Say” is with us…and boy has she ever been working hard, but I’ll let her tell that story! We… Continue reading Fan of the Month Q&A with Shari B. Ellis
Who Do You Think You are is track five on Medazzaland, and it was produced by Nick Rhodes and Warren Cuccurullo (TV Mania). The song is reportedly about John Taylor’s departure from the band during the recording of Medazzaland. Audio Lyrics I’m giving you the newsYour domination’s throughYou gave the best you gotNow I’m out… Continue reading Who Do You Think You Are
So, once upon a time, I decided to record a podcast as a sort of primer to In My Bones. Thinking that perhaps it might be fun to talk about Dom’s new album as an <insert laughter here> unbiased reporter, I did my homework. I listened to the album approximately eleventy-thousand times, took copious notes,… Continue reading In My Bones – the Podcast “Primer”
It’s time for a gushy, starry-eyed, fan post. Back when we first began writing blogs for Daily Duranie, Amanda and I swore we would not fill our pages with syrupy love letters to a band that was likely not even reading. We wanted to be taken seriously, even if we didn’t always take ourselves that… Continue reading Can You Feel It?
This week, let’s listen to Can You Deal With It – another track off of Liberty, also produced by (you guessed it), Chris Kimsey and the band. One interesting bit of trivia about this song is that on the unofficial Liberty Sessions album, there’s a demo version of this song with John Taylor on vocals,… Continue reading Can You Deal With It
This week, we are diving straight into “Watching the Detectives”, off of the Thank You Album. The original was recorded by Elvis Costello in 1977, and other artists have covered the song over the years as well. Costello’s version is included on the Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time at #354.… Continue reading In Review: Watching the Detectives