Trombone – Steve Trop. Vocals – Shirley Bassey (tracks: A). Notes. 1987 Phonogram GmbH, Hamburg. Embossed Phonogram A PolyGram Company Printed in W. Germany. The Rhythm Divine has duration 5:05 on cover and 4:42 on label. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): AA 888 746-1. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): AA 888 746-1.
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ABOUT this song: "The Rhythm Divine" is a 1987 song by Boris Blank, Dieter Meier, and Billy Mackenzie. The single was released by Yello and Shirley Bassey in 1987, and was the first single released by Shirley Bassey on a CD single. Dieter Meier, half of the Swiss Electro-group Yello, approached Shirley Bassey in 1987 regarding a possible collaboration. The Rhythm Divine" was written specially with her voice in mind. This version also appeared in 2003 on the Netherlands album release Het Beste Van Shirley Bassey. In 1989 Yello released a remix medley of several of their recordings on the CD single "Of Course I'm Lying", known as the "Metropolitan Mixdown 1989 Part II", the medley also contains a fragment of "The Rhythm Divine". Bassey's vocals were recorded at Yello's studio in Zurich, it is reported in about 40 minutes.
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