Moloko – I Want You

I Want You Music Video By Moloko
Moloko – I Want You (Live at Brixton Academy 2003) Music Video

What Is It?

The song I Want You by Moloko.

Here are the descriptions for the videos above:

Provided to YouTube by Echo

I Want You · Moloko


℗ 2003 The Echo Label Limited, a BMG Company trading as Echo

Released on: 2003-03-03

Sound Engineer: Gavin Goldberg
Sound Engineer: Rohan Onraet
Drums: Paul Slowley
Programmer, Keyboards, Sound Engineer, Producer: Mark Brydon
Programmer, Keyboards: Eddie Stevens
Sound Engineer: Matt Lawrence
Programmer: Ian Porter
Vocals: Róisín Murphy
Composer: Mark Brydon
Composer: Róisín Murphy
Composer: Eddie Stevens

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Moloko perform “I Want You” live at Brixton Academy during their 2003 Statues Tour. More music and info here:
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Moloko – Take My Hand

Take My Hand

What it is?

Today’s song is the song Take My Hand by Moloko that was a B-side to the song Forever More from their 2003 music album Statues.

Moloko Take My Hand YouTube

What is it about?

This is what Wikipedia says about this song:

In contrast to the tragic view of love on Statues, the song “Take My Hand”, a relatively upbeat love song, was an outtake.

The song had a prominent brass scoring, jazz-funk bass line and wistful piano, as well as a confident multi-tracked delivery by Murphy that displays her extraordinary vocal technique.

“Take My Hand” is available as a B-side to “Forever More”, and was donated to War Child to help the charity raise money for children affected by war.[9]

This is how Moloko describes this video:

Provided to YouTube by Echo

Take My Hand · Moloko

Forever More

℗ 2003 The Echo Label Limited, a BMG Company

Keyboards, Piano, Programmer: Eddie Stevens
Engineer: Gavin Goldberg
Programmer: Ian Porter
Engineer, Mixer, Producer, Programmer, Recorder: Mark Brydon
Engineer: Matt Lawrence
Engineer & Mixer, Mixer, Recorder: Matt Lawrence
Producer: Moloko
Drums: Paul Slowley
Drums: Paul Slowly
Engineer: Rohan Onraet
Vocals: Roisin Murphy
Composer: Mark Brydon
Composer: Róisín Murphy

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