Gabriel produced versions of the third and fourth Peter Gabriel albums with German lyrics. The third consisted of the studio recordings, overdubbed with new vocals. The fourth was remixed, with several tracks extended or altered.
InGabriel developed the soundtrack for Alan Parker 's film Birdy This consisted of new material as well as remixed instrumentals from his previous studio album. After finishing the soundtrack to BirdyGabriel shifted his musical focus from rhythm and texture, as heard on Peter Gabriel four and Birdytowards more straightforward songs. It remains Gabriel's best selling album with over 5 million copies sold in the US alone.
In the UK, the single went to No. Its famed music video was a collaboration between director Stephen R. Scorsese had contacted Gabriel about the project since and wished, according to Gabriel, to present "the struggle between the humanity and divinity of Christ in a powerful and original way". It soundtrack was released as Passion in June From toGabriel recorded his follow-up to Soentitled Us. The album saw Gabriel address personal themes, including his failed first marriage, psychotherapy, and the growing distance between him and his eldest daughter at the time.
Gabriel's introspection within the context of the album Us can be seen in the first single release " Digging in the Dirt " directed by John Downer. Accompanied by a disturbing video featuring Gabriel covered in snails and various foliage, this song made reference to the psychotherapy which had taken up much of Gabriel's time since the previous album.
O'Connor also lent vocals to "Blood of Eden", directed by Nichola Bruce and Michael Coulson, the third single to be released from the album, and once again dealing with relationship struggles, this time going right back to Adam 's rib for inspiration. The result was one of Gabriel's most personal albums. It met with less success than Soreaching No. Gabriel employed an innovative approach in the marketing of the Us album.
Not wishing to feature only images of himself, he asked artist filmmakers Nichola Bruce and Michael Coulson to co-ordinate a marketing campaign using contemporary artists. Coulson and Bruce documented the process on Hi-8 video. Gabriel won three more Grammy LP)all in the Music Video category. InGabriel was invited to participate in the direction and soundtrack of the Millennium Dome Showa live multimedia performance staged in the Millennium Dome in London throughout He also felt that management, while succeeding to get the building finished on time, failed to understand the artistic side of the show and its content.
He stuck with soundtrack work for his next project, scoring for the Australian film Rabbit-Proof Fence with worldbeat music. UpGabriel's first full-length studio album in a decade, was released in September He started work on it in before production halted three years later to focus time on other projects and collaborations. Work resumed inby which time Gabriel had potential songs for the album, and spent almost two years on it before management at Virgin Records pushed Gabriel to complete it.
InGabriel met with his former Genesis bandmates to discuss the possibility of staging The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway as a reunion tour. Gabriel produced and performed at the Eden Project Live 8 concert in July At the end of the year, he was awarded the Q magazine Lifetime Achievement Award, presented to him by American musician Moby.
In an interview published in the magazine to accompany the award, Gabriel's contribution to music was described as "vast and enduring. In JuneGabriel released Big Blue Ballan album of various artists collaborating with each other at his Real World Studios across three summers in the s. Gabriel was a judge for the 6th and 8th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists.
In FebruaryGabriel announced that he would not be performing on the Academy Awards telecast because producers of the show were limiting his performance of "Down to Earth" from WALL-E to 65 seconds. John Legend and the Soweto Gospel Secret Man - Private Life (4) - Mental Image (Vinyl performed the song in his stead. His first ever performance in Peru was held in Lima on 20 Marchduring his second visit to the country. His concert in Mexico City, on 27 Marchattracted more than 38, fans.
The original concept was for Gabriel to cover an artists' song if they, in turn, covered one of his for an album simultaneously released as I'll Scratch Yoursbut several participants later declined or were late to deliver and it was placed on hold. Gabriel toured worldwide with the New Blood Tour from March to July with a piece orchestra and his daughter Melanie and Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun on backup vocals.
During the New Blood Tour, Gabriel decided to expand on the Scratch My Back concept and, with Metcalfe's assistance, re-record a collection of his own songs with an orchestra. The result, New Bloodwas released in October In SeptemberGabriel kicked off his Back to Front Tour which featured So performed in its entirety with the original musicians who played on the album, to mark its 25th anniversary. They performed Gabriel's "Washing of the Water" together. Gabriel performed "Heroes" by David Bowie with an orchestra at a concert in Berlin to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wallin November Inhe was featured on "A.
The song was written several years prior, in part as a tribute to Muhammad Ali. Gabriel re-emerged in with the release of Rated PGa compilation of songs that were created for film soundtracks throughout his career.
Initially only released on vinyl for Record Store Day on 13 April, the album was eventually released on digital streaming services later that month. Gabriel has worked with a relatively stable crew of musicians and recording engineers throughout his solo career. Guitar player David Rhodes has been Gabriel's guitarist of choice since Prior to SoJerry Marotta was Gabriel's preferred drummer, both in the studio and on the road.
Gabriel is known for choosing top-flight collaborators, from co-producers such as Ezrin, Fripp, Lillywhite, and Lanois to musicians such as Natalie MerchantElizabeth FraserL. Their duet of Roy Harper 's " Another Day " was discussed for release as a single, but never appeared. He also collaborated with Laurie Anderson on two versions of her composition "Excellent Birds" — one for her album Mister Heartbreak and another version called "This is the Picture Excellent Birds ", which appeared on cassette and CD versions of So.
The song was nominated for an Academy Awardand Gabriel and Newman performed it at the following year's Oscar telecast. He performed a similar soundtrack appearance for the film Shall We Dance? Gabriel collaborated on tracks with electronic musician BTwho also worked on the OVO soundtrack with him. The tracks were never released, as the computers they were contained on were stolen from BT's home in California. He also sang the lyrics for Deep Forest on their theme song for the movie Strange Days.
Gabriel has recorded a cover of the Vampire Weekend single " Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa " with Hot Chipwhere his name is mentioned several times in the chorus. Gabriel's interest in world music was first apparent on his third solo album. According to Spencer Kornhaber in The Atlantic in "When Peter Gabriel moved toward 'world music' four decades ago, he not only evangelized sounds that were Secret Man - Private Life (4) - Mental Image (Vinyl to Western pop.
He also set a radio template: majestic, with flourishes meant to read as 'exotic,' and lyrics meant to change lives. Gabriel said:. The first time I really got into music from another culture was as a result of the shifting of Radio 4which I used to wake up to. I'd lost it on medium wave and was groping around in the morning on the dial, trying to find something that I could listen to, and came across a Dutch radio station who were playing the soundtrack from some obscure Stanley Baker movie called Dingaka.
That had quite a lot of stuff from — I think it was — Ghana. I can't remember now, but it really moved me. One of the songs I heard on that was a thing called 'Shosholoza', which I recorded on the b-side of the ' Biko ' single. Gabriel created the Real World Studios and record label to facilitate the creation and distribution of such music by various artists, and he has worked to educate Western culture about such musicians as Yungchen LhamoNusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Youssou N'dour.
He has a longstanding interest in human rights and launched Witness a charity that trains human rights activists to use video and online technologies to expose human rights abuses. InGabriel starred in Breck Eisner's short film Recon as a detective who enters the minds of murder victims to find their killer's identity.
Gabriel helped pioneer a new realm of musical interaction invisiting Georgia State University 's Language Research Center to participate in keyboard jam sessions with bonobo apes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Gabriel's desire to bring attention to the intelligence of primates also took the form of ApeNet, a project that aimed to link great apes through the internet, enabling the first interspecies internet communication. He was one of the founders of on Demand Distribution OD2one of the first online music download services.
Its technology is used by MSN Music UK and others, and has become the dominant music download technology platform for stores in Europe. Gabriel is co-founder with Brian Eno of a musicians union called Mudda, short for "magnificent union of digitally downloading artists. In JuneGabriel and broadcast industry entrepreneur David Engelke purchased Solid State Logica manufacturer of mixing consoles and digital audio workstations. He is one of the founding supporters of Asteroid Day.
Inhe started what has become a longstanding association with Amnesty Internationalbecoming a pioneering participant in all 28 of Amnesty's Human rights concerts — a series of music events and tours staged by the US Section of Amnesty International between and He also performed in Amnesty's Secret Policeman's Ball benefit shows in collaboration with other artists and friends such as Lou Reed, David Gilmour and Youssou N'Dour; Gabriel closed those concerts performing his anti- apartheid anthem "Biko".
Inspired by the social activism he encountered in his work with Amnesty, inGabriel co-founded WITNESSa non-profit organisation that equips, trains and supports locally based organisations worldwide to use video and the internet in human rights documentation and advocacy. In the late s, Gabriel and entrepreneur Richard Branson discussed with Nelson Mandela their idea of a small, dedicated group of leaders, working objectively and without any vested personal interest to solve difficult global conflicts.
On 18 Julyin JohannesburgSouth Africa, Nelson Mandela announced the formation of a new group, The Eldersin a speech he delivered on the occasion of his 89th birthday. The Elders is independently funded by a group of donors, including Branson and Gabriel. The Elders use their collective skills to catalyse peaceful resolutions to long-standing conflicts, articulate new approaches to global issues that are causing or may later cause immense human suffering, and share wisdom by helping to connect voices all over the world.
They work together to consider carefully which specific issues to approach. The award was presented to him by Queen Silvia of Sweden. InGabriel lent his support to the campaign to release Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtianian Iranian woman who was sentenced to death by stoning after being convicted of committing adultery. In DecemberGabriel posted a video message in tribute to the deceased former South African president and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela. Gabriel was quoted:.
To come out of 27 years in jail and to immediately set about building a Rainbow Nation with your sworn enemy is a unique and extraordinary example of courage and forgiveness. In this case, Mandela had seen many of his people beaten, imprisoned and murdered, yet he was still willing to trust the humanity and idealism of those who had been the oppressors, without whom he knew he could not achieve an almost peaceful transition of power.
There is no other example of such inspirational leadership in my lifetime. Gabriel has criticised Air France for their continued transport of monkeys to laboratories. In a letter to the airline, Gabriel wrote that in laboratories, "primates are violently force-fed chemicals, inflicted with brain damage, crippled, addicted to cocaine or alcohol, deprived of food and water, or psychologically tormented and ultimately killed.
In MarchGabriel publicly supported withsyria, a campaign to rally support for victims of the Syrian Civil War. In MarchGabriel was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of South Australia in recognition of his commitment to creativity and its transformational power in building power in building peace and understanding. Gabriel has been described as one of rock's most political musicians by AllMusic.
At the general electionhe declared his support for the Labour Partywhich won that election by a landslide after 18 years out of power, led by Tony Blair. Bush and Britain's involvement in the Iraq Warwhich he strongly opposed. InGabriel gave a Green Party of England and Wales general election candidate special permission to record a cover of his song " Don't Give Up " for his campaign.
InGabriel condemned the use of his music by the American Conservative talk radio personality Rush Limbaugh during a controversial segment in which Limbaugh vilified Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke.
A statement on behalf of Gabriel read: "Peter was appalled to learn that his music was linked to Rush Limbaugh's extraordinary attack on Sandra Fluke. It is obvious from anyone that knows Peter's work that he would never approve such a use.
He has asked his representatives to make sure his music is withdrawn and especially from these unfair, aggressive and ignorant comments. InGabriel supported the UK's continued membership of the European Union in the referendum on the issue.
Gabriel has declared his support for the two-state solution to the Israeli—Palestinian conflict. Inhe contributed songs to a new compilation album to raise funds for humanitarian organisations aiding Palestinian Arabs in Gaza. Gabriel was quoted: "I am certain that Israelis and Palestinians will both benefit from a two-state solution based on the borders. We have watched Palestinians suffer for too long, especially in Gaza. I am not, and never was, anti-Israeli or anti-Semiticbut I oppose the policy of the Israeli government, oppose injustice and oppose the occupation I am proud to be one of the voices asking the LP) government: 'Where is the two-state solution that you wanted so much?
Gabriel's music featured prominently on the popular s television show Miami Vice. With seven songs used total, Gabriel had the most music featured by a solo artist in the series, and he is the only artist to have had a song used in four of Vice's five seasons. Five of the nine tracks on his most popular album So were used in the series. Gabriel's cover of David Bowie 's " Heroes " was featured in the fourth season finale of Big Loveas well as the first season and the ending scene of Stranger Things season 3.
Gabriel's cover of "My Body is a Cage" song by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire was featured in the House episode " Out of the Chute ",  was part of the soundtrack for the video game Assassin's Creed IIIappeared in the trailers for John Carter and Helstromwas used as a part the Santa Clara Vanguard's winning show inand plays a major role in the key scene of the TV-series Dark in its second season.
Gabriel's song 'Intruder' was played over the end credits of episode 9 of season 2 of Netflix original series Mindhunter. Gabriel has married twice and has four children. Melanie is a musician who has been a backing vocalist in her father's band since The marriage became increasingly strained, culminating in Moore's affair with David Lordthe co-producer of Gabriel's fourth album, LP).
It ended in a divorce inand Gabriel went through a period of depression and attended therapy sessions for six years. For a time after his divorce, Gabriel lived with American actress Rosanna Arquette. InGabriel married Meabh Flynn, 21 years his junior.
He previously lived in the Woolley Valley near Bath, Somerset. Inhe joined a campaign to stop agricultural development in the valley, which had also inspired his first solo single, " Solsbury Hill ", in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the musician. For his four eponymous albums, as well as other people with similar names, see Peter Gabriel disambiguation.
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InJames Hendricks replaced Brown, and the trio was renamed the Big 3. Inthe group appeared on an "open mic" night at The Bitter End in Greenwich Village, billed as "Cass Elliot and the Big 3", followed onstage by folk singer Jim Fosso and bluegrass banjoist Eric Weissberg who became famous eight years later for performing " Dueling Banjos " on the soundtrack for Deliverance This group lasted eight months, after which Cass performed as a solo act for a while.
InDoherty persuaded Phillips that Elliot should join the group, which she did while she and the group members were vacationing in the Virgin Islands. A popular legend about Elliot is that her vocal range was improved by three notes after she was hit on the head by some copper tubing while walking through a construction site behind the bar where the New Journeymen were playing in the Virgin Islands.
Elliot confirmed the story in a interview with Rolling Stone magazine, saying. It's true, I did get hit on the head by a pipe that fell down and my range was increased by three notes. They were tearing this club apart in the islands, revamping it, putting in a dance floor.
Workmen dropped a thin metal plumbing pipe and it hit me on the head and knocked me to the ground. I had a concussion and went to the hospital. I had a bad headache for about two weeks and all of a sudden I was singing higher. It's true. Honest to God. However, friends later said that the pipe story was a less embarrassing explanation for why John Phillips had kept her out of the group for so long, the real reason being that he considered her too fat. With two female members, the New Journeymen needed a new name.
According to Doherty, Elliot had the inspiration for the band's new name; as written on his website:. We're all just lying around vegging out watching TV and discussing names for the group. The New Journeymen was not a handle that was going to hang on this outfit. John was pushing for the Magic Cyrcle. Eech, but none of us could come up with anything better, then we switch the channel and, hey, it's the Hells Angels on the Carson show And the first thing we hear is: "Now hold on there, Hoss.
Some people call our women cheap, but we just call them our Mamas. I want to be a Mama. We're the Mamas! I look at John. He's looking at me going: "The Papas? A toast! To the Mamas and the Papas. Well, after many, many toasts, Cass and John are passed out. Doherty also said that the occasion marked the beginning of his affair with Michelle Phillips. Elliot was in love with Doherty and was displeased when he told her of the affair. Doherty has said that Elliot once proposed to him, but that he was so stoned at the time that he could not even respond.
Elliot was known for her sense of humor and optimism, and was considered by many to be the most charismatic member of the group. Her powerful, distinctive voice was a major factor in their success. Elliot's version is noteworthy for its contemplative pace, whereas many earlier recordings of "Dream a Little Dream of Me" including one by Nat King Cole and another by Ozzie Nelson had been up-tempo versions—the song having been written in as a dance tune.
The Mamas and the Papas continued to record to meet the terms of their record contract. Their final album was released in After the breakup of the Mamas and the Papas, Elliot embarked on a solo singing career. Inwhile staying in London, Elliot was prosecuted for stealing bed linen from an apartment where she had been staying on an earlier visit. She denied responsibility and the case was brought before the West London magistrates' court, where the charges against her were dismissed in the absence of any evidence.
The band had been forced to cancel concerts as a result of the incident. She said she had kept quiet because of the way she had been treated in police custody. According to Elliot, the weight loss led to a stomach ulcer and throat problems, which she treated by drinking milk and cream—and regaining 50 pounds in the process. She was confined to her bed for three weeks before the first performance, and the musical director, band, and production supervisor attempted to put together a show in her absence.
She was scheduled to rehearse for a full three days before the show opened, but she managed to get through only part of one run-through with the band before saying that she was losing her voice. She skipped the remainder of rehearsals and drank tea and lemon, hoping to recover and pull herself together for opening night.
However, backstage she had developed a raging fever. Friends urged her manager to cancel the show, but she felt that it was too important and insisted on performing. Sick and having barely rehearsed, she began to fall apart during the course of her first performance; her voice was weak and barely audible, and the large crowd was unsympathetic, despite the celebrity well-wishers.
At the end of the show, Elliot returned to the stage to apologize to the audience; "This is the first night, and it will get better," she said.
She then sang "Dream a Little Dream of Me" and left the stage as the audience applauded half-heartedly. She returned later that night to perform the second show, but her voice was worse, and many of the audience noisily walked out. Reviews were harsh. Esquire magazine called the show "Sink Along with Cass" and "a disaster" that was "heroic in proportion, epic in scope". Within hours of the end of Elliot's Las Vegas concert, rumors began to spread that she had been taking drugs during the weeks leading up to it.
Eddi Fiegel wrote in the biography Dream a Little Dream of Me that Elliot later admitted to a boyfriend that she had shot heroin immediately before going on stage. Embarrassed by the debacle, Elliot plunged into a deep depression.
David Crosby published a memoir in saying he and Elliot abused opiates, cocaine and heroin together, preferring to use heroin in London because of its availability there.
She guest-hosted for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show and appeared as a guest on the show 13 other times. Inshe made three appearances on the variety series The Julie Andrews Hour. Her final appearance on the show was the Christmas installment that aired on Wednesday, December 20, In Decemberfour years after Elliot's death, the episode was rebroadcast on syndicated stations as a Christmas special called Merry Christmas With Love, Julie.
However, all of Elliot's solos were deleted from the syndicated prints. She also sang the jingle "Hurry on down to Hardee's, where the burgers are charco-broiled" for Hardee's advertisements. Throughout the early s, Elliot continued her acting career, as well.
Carr felt Elliot needed to leave pop and rock music altogether and head into the cabaret circuit, so a show was put together comprising old standards along with a few new songs written for her by friends. The act included Elliot and two male singers who served as backup singers and sidekicks during the musical numbers. The song was born out of Elliot's frustration with being identified as "Mama Cass".
The show debuted in Pittsburgh on February 9, Elliot felt ready to tackle Las Vegas once again and premiered at the Flamingo. This time, she received rave reviews. The Las Vegas Sun wrote, "Cass Elliot, making a strong point that she is no longer Mama Cass, has a good act serving notice that she is here to stay. The audience was with her all the way Elliot was married twice, the first time in to James Hendricks, her group mate in the Big 3 and the Mugwumps.
This was reportedly a platonic arrangement to assist him in avoiding being drafted during the Vietnam War ;  the marriage reportedly was never consummated and was annulled in Their marriage ended in divorce after a few months. Elliot gave birth to a daughter, Owen Vanessa Elliot, on April 26, Owen grew up to become a singer as well and toured with Beach Boys member Al Jardine. His paternity was not publicly revealed until his death. She was treated at a hospital and released, then dismissed the incident as simple exhaustion in interviews such as her May 7 appearance on The Tonight Show and the American television talk show The Mike Douglas Show.
In JulyElliot performed a fortnight of concerts as a solo performer at the London Palladium. Many claimed that all of these shows were sold out, but she was often playing to a less-than-full house after the earliest dates. Phillips said later that Elliot sounded elated that she had received standing ovations each night. It was and Cass was ecstatic that she was going to London to play The Palladium. After she had played two nights there, she called crying with joy telling me that she had got a standing ovation both nights and she had sold out both nights, she was just as happy as I'd ever seen her or heard her.
The following day I was having lunch at Warner Brothers and a friend of mine came running out with the terrible news that Cass had died in her sleep of a heart attack, it was just unbelievable that she died on the night that she had called me and been so happy and so fulfilled, it was wonderful for her that she had made that leap from Mama Cass to Cass Elliot, Secret Man - Private Life (4) - Mental Image (Vinyl I do know this one thing—Cass Elliot died a very happy woman.
Though it has been widely speculated that Elliot retired for the evening following that telephone conversation with Phillips, Debbie Reynolds claimed in her book Unsinkable: A Memoir that she and her children, Carrie Fisher and Todd Fishersaw Elliot at a party that night at the London home of Mick Jagger. That night, Elliot, age 32, died in her sleep at the London flat where she was staying.
According to forensic pathologist Keith Simpsonwho conducted her autopsyher death was due to heart failure. A drug screen that was part of the forensic autopsy revealed there were no drugs in her system.
Four years later, The Who 's drummer Keith Moon died in the same room, also aged 32 years. An oft-repeated urban legend is that Elliot choked to death on a ham sandwich.
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