RACHEL FULLER: Music career

As an in-demand orchestrator, with her works recorded by the London Chamber Orchestra, Fuller met The Who’s Pete Townshend in 1996, becoming the arranger for his The Lifehouse Chronicles album and subsequent concerts at London’s Sadler’s Wells Theatre. With Townshend she co-wrote a song titled “It’s Not Enough” featured on The Who’s studio album Endless […]

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RACHEL FULLER: The full interview

  From our 2005 archives ….. Without doubt, one of my 3 most played CDs last year is the debut album from Rachel Fuller – ‘Cigarettes and Housework’. It’s my personal choice for 2004. Her music is hard to categorize. I hate putting music in pigeon holes, but occasionally an indication of genre helps. It […]

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RACHEL FULLER: In The Attic

Beginning in 2005, Fuller hosted the show In the Attic, a live webcast of music and guests, including The Flaming Lips, E, The Raconteurs, Foy Vance, Adele and Martha Wainwright from Townshend’s Oceanic studios in London and also from the road at UK summer music festivals.[6] Though casual in presentation, the broadcasts use state-of-the-art satellite […]

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