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Open-Ended Interview. Label Code (A & B side labels): 12-67USA.
Dido Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O'Malley Armstrong (born 25 December 1971), known professionally as Dido (/ˈdaɪdoʊ/), is an English singer and songwriter. Dido attained international success with her debut album No Angel (1999). Hit singles from the album include Here with Me and Thank You"
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|1||How Did You Start?||0:15|
|2||So What Sort Of Music Were You Into When You Were A Kid?||0:36|
|3||Your Brother Seems To Be Important To Your Music Does It Work Well?||0:16|
|4||Were You Quite Close When You Were Growing Up Because There Is Quite A Big Age Gap Isn't There?||0:15|
|5||So How Did You Get Into Faithless? Did Rollo Ask You?||0:49|
|6||So, Leaving Faithless Is Quite Difficult, And To Sudden Become Solo, How Did That All Come About?||0:25|
|7||You Say You Were Writing Back Then. For No Angel, How Long Are We Talking?||0:15|
|8||When You Went Solo And Started Recording Your Album Did You Have An Idea Of The Sound And How You Wanted It To Be?||0:42|
|9||With Faithless And Felix Its All Very Dance Orientated. Were You Always Going To Have Beats?||0:37|
|10||So What Sort Of Thing Were You Listening To When You Were Writing It?||0:26|
|11||How About Recording It And Getting To The Stage Where The Album Was Actually Coming Together?||0:43|
|12||Did You Have A Theme That You Were Looking For? The Songs Sound Quite Personal, Are They?||0:35|
|13||Parts Of The Album Are Quite Feisty Aren't They?||1:18|
|14||So What About Thankyou? That's Obviously The Most "Luvvy" Song On The Album?||0:21|
|15||Tell Us About Here With Me||0:21|
|16||My Love Has Gone?||0:32|
|17||All You Want?||0:47|
|18||Moving Onto Thankyou. One Word...Or Two.||0:51|
|19||Sliding Doors Brought Thankyou To A Lot Of People's Attention, How Did That Come About And Did You Like It.||0:37|
|21||Who Is Isobelle?||0:17|
|22||I'm No Angel?||0:39|
|23||So When You Went To Choose The Title Of The Album Was That An Obvious Stand-out?||0:35|
|24||America Was The First Place You Released Records - How Did That All Pan Out?||1:08|
|25||Did You Expect It To Do Well?||0:34|
|26||What Was The Moment When You Thought This Was Going To Be Really Huge?||0:38|
|27||The Eminem Thing - What's The Background On That?||0:10|
|28||Would You Have Been As Successful Without That?||2:12|
|29||Eminem Appears To Like You - Is That Really The Case?||1:13|
|30||You're Working With Massive Celebrities, Heroes Even, It Must Be Hard To Keep Your Feet On The Ground?||0:39|
|31||Were You Nervous About Releasing The Album Here In The UK?||0:46|
|32||Once People Have Broken The States They Aren't Really Bothered With Anywhere Else, Do You Still Want To Put Your Music Out To The Rest Of The World?||0:29|
|33||What Next For Dido?||0:36|
|34||Are These Places You Haven't Visited?||0:18|
|35||Where Are You Going To Be Touring?||0:14|
|36||Do You Get Much Time Off?||0:29|
|37||Did You Play Any New Songs At The Scala?||0:31|
|38||Is It Difficult Writing On The Road?||0:27|
|39||Did You Feel Under Pressure For The Second Album To Do As Well?||0:45|
|40||Has Success Been Everything You Hoped It Would Be?||0:23|
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NotesInterview recorded in London, February 2001
Grammar and spelling are sic.
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