His story has been told many times, not least in the documentary, “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives,” which was directed by Chris Perkel and premieres at Radio City Music Hall as part of the Tribeca Film Festival Wednesday night.Davis, now 85, began his career as an attorney and was hired by Columbia Records, a client of the firm for which he worked, in 1960. The album (which, seriously, is a must-buy) took 18 months to write and record.

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Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman met in 2009 during their first year living in halls of residence at Nottingham University and were signed to the Ministry of Sound label just after they graduated. But,’if I’d had my way, we’d probably still be in the studio,’ Hannah tells us. Critics have described London Grammar as ‘beautiful’ (Sunday Times Culture), ‘elegantly minimalist’ (The Telegraph) and ‘every track on their debut album is beautifully constructed (Observer). The band have become firm friends over the last few years and say that they argue about only one thing: their music. We really do believe that the beauty is in the imperfection.’ , followed in February. Hannah, 23, is the vocalist and rather charmingly has no idea how good she is. Dan is the band’s guitarist, while Dot plays the keyboard, djembe and drums.

You were drunk and tried to take a mental picture with your hands I was thinking about that And a bunch of other things Stop looking at the floor... Don't ever change The way you are I've never loved anyone more.

I just need a little time So I can find myself again 'Cause I get buried underneath All the things they think you are And I'm too tired to pretend it doesn't hurt To be left out I had a pocket full of dreams But I gave them all to you Now I think I want them back So can you tell me if I'm crazy or confused?

An original soundtrack might once have been a secondary consideration for television dramas.

Commissioning a full-scale orchestra is an expensive business when cheaper library music is on hand.

Alison Graham, television editor at the returned with a pounding, pumped-up, score.

Some complained on Twitter that it was “over-dramatic” and “distracting”.“For the first episode the music was indeed very fast and had a lot of pace,” says Arnalds, who began his career playing in heavy metal bands.

I know the timing isn't great But these things, you just can't plan.

There have been many great “record men” since the advent of what we now know as popular music, but there’s only one Clive Davis.

However the rise of “box-set” television dramas, giving viewers an immersive, novelistic experience, has given small-screen composers, previously the poor relation of their Hollywood counterparts, a bigger canvas upon which to work.