We adopted a policy very early on with Dream Themes that none of us would be allowed to sing. We’ve pretty much stuck with that for the last 9 years, although we do have a traumatic memory of Dicky’s finger singing the theme from “Home And Away” at The Lexington.
But then the venerable Mark Constantine, co-founder of Lush cosmetics, asked us if we might cover “Getta Bloomin’ Move On” (better known as “that song from The Italian Job”) for his “Self Preservation Society” project, a triple album of covers from the late 1960s and early 1970s. So we said yes, and all four of us got singing. This is the result: it starts with a doorbell, and ends with multiple key-changes and Dream Themes losing their collective marbles. All set to a montage from our glorious career.
The album from which it’s taken is top banana, and is available here: https://www.eccrecords.co.uk/product/the-self-preservation-society/