SHOWS The Story Of Food Records with Andy Ross
In this three part podcast, we talked to Andy Ross about his life in music. From working in a record store, writing for Sounds Magazine & running Food Records enjoying hits with Blur, Jesus Jones & many others.Duration: 60 minutesNext on Radio Fandango:Check our schedule for live broadcast and new episodes.
Episode 4: The Story Of Food Records with Andy Ross (Food Records / EMI Records) - Ep.3In this final episode Andy tells us about signing a band called Seymour who then changed their name to Blur. And how he found himself at the centre of a race between Blur and Oasis to become number one at height of Britpop, and the proxy war between Food and Creation and Sony and EMI.Series 1
Episode 3: The Story Of Food Records with Andy Ross (Food Records / EMI Records) - Ep.2In this second episode Andy tells us about early releases on Food, doing a label deal with EMI which set the template for other Indies to follow and receiving a demo from a little known band called Jesus Jones and their subsequent storming of the US chartsSeries 1
Episode 2: The Story Of Food Records with Andy Ross (Food Records / EMI Records) - Ep.1In this first episode we talk to Andy Ross about growing up in south London during the 1960's & 1970's, his first gigs and how working in a record shop, a bookies and then the civil service, plus writing for Sounds was the perfect training for Food Records.Series 1
Episode 1: The Story Of Food Records with Andy Ross (Food Records / EMI Records) - Trailer 1Andy Ross (Food Records) tells us an hilarious tale of the time he reviewed Guns N' Roses' first UK gig for Sounds Magazine!Series Synopsis:In this new three part podcast, Andy Macleod talked to Andy Ross about his life working in music. From running a record store in Peckham during the seventies, writing for Sounds Magazine during the eighties and then running Food Records with ex-Teardrop Explodes keyboardist David Balfe enjoying hits with Blur, Jesus Jones and many others. Includes a hilarious tale of the time Andy reviewed Guns & Roses first UK gig. You will never think of post-it notes in the same way again.