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Видеоклип Dennis Englewood - I'm Not In Love - lyrics (with scenes from "Cage Without a Key")
Cage Without a Key:
Cage Without a Key is a 1975 made-for-TV movie starring Susan Dey and Sam Bottoms, with Jonelle Allen and Lani O'Grady in supporting roles. The movie appeared on the NBC television network, later repeating on The CBS Late Movie. The film was released on VHS under the title Imprisioned Women.
The movie was filmed at Las Palmas School for Girls in Commerce, California, now known as the Dorothy Kirby Center. This was a juvenile detention center, not an actual women's prison. Many of the extras were actual inmates.
Dey plays Valerie Smith, a 17-year-old who is lured into participating in a robbery. Captured by the authorities, she is sent to a reformatory, where she finds herself in more and more trouble while trying to adjust. Her sentence multiplied, it appears Valerie may never leave state custody.
Valerie becomes the target of unwanted sexual advances from some of the other inmates, until a young African-American lesbian named Tommy (played by Jonelle Allen) takes her under her protection. Tommy ultimately sacrifices her life to save Valerie's.
LGBT in media
Media researcher Steven Capsuto cites the character of Tommy as probably the earliest well-developed gay teen character on television, as well as the first well-developed non-white gay character.
I'm Not In Love:
American soul singer and backing vocalist Dennis Englewood said "For my soul ballad remake of the 10cc tune, "I'm Not In Love" I would ask the horn players from The Thom Bell Orchestra to play the Synclavier choir parts to make it more straightforward in order to avoid the synthesizers that drive me up the wall and also in order to make it less jazzy, we wanted to do it in the key of E, modulating to the G towards the end of the song to give it our own take. When I sing the line, 'I'm Not In Love', that means I'm hurt, depressed at heart, lonely with no love, and isolated without my wife and family due to family issues or I'm neglected and brokenhearted when suffering from the tortures of the memory of the lost love while longing for somebody new as a fiancée to be my bride, which is the opposite of the other 'I'm Not In Love' that is mainly all about a man lying to himself saying he is not in love".
As Dennis' backing vocalist Joyce Berry once said, "I don't like the be-quiet-big-boys-don't-cry mid-section, because that part in the middle makes no kind of sense and every time I hear the echoed repetitive phrase, "Big boys don't cry " over and over again like a broken record, to me, it gets annoying!, I'd rather leave it out!"
As rocktome once said:
This is Dennis Englewood's second single as a Philly soul ballad remake of the 10cc tune, written by Eric Stewart & Graham Gouldman off from his only one album, "Satisfaction".
When backing singers Dennis Englewood himself, Joyce Berry, Sue Fleming and then-12-year-old Laurie Maitland and Philly soul producer Thom Bell, who worked with songwriting partner Linda Creed, for pop-soul group The Stylistics, heard "I'm Not In Love" by 10cc they were complaining, "Oh, my God, too many synthesizers playing on that original! We don't like that strange abstract tape hiss that we can't deal with! That nauseous, irrelevant mid-section where the woman hushed her baby child to sleep at night from crying or vomiting by saying, 'Be quiet, big boys don't cry.' that turned our tummies inside out! We all prefer the Fender Rhodes electric piano and rhythm guitar playing and also the soft and buttery smooth tenor of Eric Stewart from that group in that song that all enjoy listening to. On the other hand their original tune needed a little more work by adding real live drums, shakers, bongos and congas besides the bass drum itself alone to make it more polished, so why don't we do it with real instruments playing on our Philly soul ballad version of the 10cc tune, 'I'm Not In Love' to make it as a Philly soul dancer instead of too many ethereal synclavier voices? Instead of us singing the 'ahh' part to create the strange wall of sound just like 3 members from that group, named, Kevin Godley, Laurence Neil Creme and Graham Gouldman in a British style that sounded so wrong, we wanted to sound like a decent family of backing singers, named, David Pack from the pop group Ambrosia, Royce Jones, David Lasley and Jo Ann Harris or Myrna Matthews, Ashford & Simpson, Vivian Cherry and Hilda Harris on backing vocals behind Dennis himself, who performed lead on that song in the style of David Pack from the pop group Ambrosia to create the American sweet soul/pop sound so natural, so right."