Battle And Victory

Battle And Victory Danni Richards has proved that size isn't everything, after conducting an interview with up-coming music star Nancy Elizabeth. Instead of using a portable MiniDisc, the Wednesday Review presenter ended up recording the chat on the singer's own (slightly larger) Fostex VF80 Digital 8 Track machine. Danni says the quality was far superior to the tiny machine often used to record interviews. Nancy, who's being compared to "Beth Orton - but better", has just begun a 20-date European tour. Her album, Battle And Victory, was released in October.

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