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"It used the facilities in the best possible way. It was what Real World was designed for. The way that it's built, the way the rooms are put together, the spaces like the big room that really came into their own. I don't think could have happened anywhere else." - Richard Chappell, recording engineer.
"It was an amazing feeling, with all of it happening at once. There were different producers in different studios. John Leckie, Phil Ramone, people you respect, it was fun to dive in -- I'd do guest guitar in one room, a bit of singing in another." Karl Wallinger, performer and producer.
"After all these years, it's a fine wine ready to be drunk," says Peter Gabriel, "It was the most fun music making I've ever had. I'd love to do it again."
The closest thing I think we're going to get to a new Peter Gabriel Studio Album, this is a collaboration album with a whole host of One World Musicians, and very, very good it is... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mr. Scott Carrick
This is a varied album of world music which I find pleasant to listen to, although not as much of Peter Gabriel as expected.Published 4 months ago by angusog
This is a set of tracks that are well hidden in the depths of music land. The album is good and reflects much of Eno's style, while working with other artistsPublished 13 months ago by paul nadin
Was disappointed with this product as upon ordering I was under the impression I would be receiving a big blue ball.Published 18 months ago by Footer Mcnonzer
I've been a great Peter Gabriel fan and also loved the intelligent pop of Karl Wallinger's World Party, so when I discovered they'd been the main collaborators on Big Blue Ball it... Read morePublished on 7 Aug 2010 by guzzifella
Big Blue Ball is a good combination of different musical talents and musical styles from all over the world. Brought together by Peter Gabriel in his Real World Studio. Read morePublished on 15 Jan 2010 by E. J. De Bruijn
Love his music or not, along with the multi-cultural artists he champions, no one could say that P.G. is one-dimensional. Read morePublished on 22 May 2009 by B. R. Stocker
I heard about this project some time ago and thought it destined to never make it out of the Real World Studios. Well here it is and it's been well worth the 14 year wait. Read morePublished on 17 July 2008 by A. Hill