We’re not saying you couldn’t make it up, but you certainly WOULDN’T make it up. Also, you’d think that Kylie would self-combust walking through the hallowed portals of the legendary recording studio. Apparently not.
What it is is… sixteen of Kylie’s ‘classic’ recordings – some of which she was actually present for – have been tampered with and had a full orchestra added to. It’s all part of the quality revolution that has seen cappuccinos brought to each and every high street in the country.
The ‘classics’ include such classics as ‘On A Night Like This’, ‘Hand On Your Heart’, ‘Finer Feelings’ and ‘The Locomotion’ (which was actually by Little Eva but let’s not stand on ceremony) and Titch will be showcasing some of them to all the sad, sorry suckers who have bought tickets to Proms in the Park this Saturday.
The album itself will be released on many formats, including processed cheese slices, at the end of October.
Introducing the most delusional album in the history of pop: The Abbey Road Sessions by... Kylie Minogue,