1997 was a great year for Kylie Minogue, living in the busy Kylieworld of Pop.
Living in the land of Britpop, Kylie had been working on her Impossible Princess album for two years.
“Kylieworld” was the way she described her publicity schedule, level of fame and the concept of never really having to work again if she didn’t want to.
I asked her about her relationship with her record company (Deconstruction in the UK) and the future opportunities of working in the US.
She spoke about having a family (decades away), what music she’d enjoyed lately (The Verve) and about being turned away from a Club with Nick Cave the week before (they weren’t).
Kylie also gave definitive rulings on: “What to look for at a potential boyfriend’s place?”, “Favourite track of Impossible Princess?” and of course “Your favourite music clip up to now?”.
Revisit 1997’s Kylie Minogue. I’d even wear that shirt again.