Oakey

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Louise (song) - Background
... had quit earlier, after repeatedly falling out with Oakey and production had been handed to Chris Thomas and Hugh Padgham, with final finishing taking place at Town House Studios ... But like much of Oakey’s song writing, what seems ‘sugary sweet’ on the surface actually has a much darker subtext ... Oakey points out that the story is actually about the original protagonists from “Don’t You Want Me” meeting up 4 years later ...
Mirror Man (song) - Promotional Video
... The basic premise is that Oakey is a ghost of a performer who has died suddenly, and now inhabits a theatre where he reveals himself to a band (Human League) who have come to rehearse ... The main scenes are of Oakey in a dressing room singing to a mirror ... water speed record on Loch Ness on 29 September 1952) is spliced in with Oakey's dressing room scene ...
LA Today
... Alex Gold of Xtravaganza Records and singer/composer Philip Oakey ... The song features Oakey's distinctive baritone vocals over his and Gold's pounding analogue bassline ... It was recorded at Sheffield's Human League Studios owned by Oakey ...
Louise (song)
... It was written jointly by lead singer Philip Oakey with fellow band members Jo Callis and Philip Adrian Wright ... The song features a lead vocal by Oakey and female vocals by Susan Ann Sulley and Joanne Catherall, analogue synthesizers by Philip Oakey, Jo Callis, Philip Adrian Wright and ...
Oakey, Queensland - Schools
... St Monica's Catholic School Oakey (P-7) Oakey State School (P-7) Oakey State High School (8-12) The University of Queensland also has a campus for ...