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Chaz Jankel

Bill Brewster, Faith, 2002

CHAZ JANKEL made his name as Ian Dury's collaborator and founder member of backing band, the Blockheads. As a solo artist, he's most well known on the dance scene for co-writing 'Ai No Corrida', which was covered by Quincy Jones, and 'Glad To Know You' and '3,000,000 Synths', both big underground dance hits in the USA. Keen to know just where the title 'Rêve De Chèvre' comes from, we trapped him in his North London lair…

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