For Munich Machine and second Casablanca album, Giorgio Moroder recorded with Chris Bennett to provide vocals for his and Bellotte’s productions. A Whiter Shade of Pale marked Bennett’s first album-length appearance on record, fronting such cuts as the Procol Harum cover, “It’s For You,” “It’s All Wrong (But It’s Alright),” and “Love Fever.” Shortly after this release, Moroder would enlist Bennett to write lyrics for the theme to the Oscar-winning Midnight Express. This remastered re-issue includes a brand new interview with Chris Bennett as well as comments from Giorgio Moroder.
Whiter Shade of Pale music CDs While many of the models on disco-era album covers were mere mannequins, Chris Bennett actually posed and sang. Billed as “Munich Machine introducing Chris Bennett,” A Whiter Shade of Pale (1978) was the second release by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte’s Munich-based studio outfit. Whiter Shade of Pale songs For more than three decades, the voice and visage of Chris Bennett has beguiled DJ’s and crate-diggers alike. Whiter Shade of Pale album Her debut with Munich Machine is a seminal serving of Moroder-Bellotte magic.
1 – A Whiter Shade Of Pale 6:37
2 – It’s For You 5:14
3 – It’s All Wrong But It’s Alright 4:13
4 – La Nuit Blanche 5:20
5 – Love Fever 4:37
6 – In Love With Love 6:22