Released in 2002 CheeseCore was Danny's first big break into the highly sophisticated, glamorous and seductive world of library production music.
Here are the original liner notes:
Danny Fromajio fell into a vat of bubbling cheese fondue as a teenager and hasn't looked back since.
The unfortunate 'cheese mistake' infused his compositions with a happy-go-lucky charm and kitschiness that is all his own.
Despite almost constantly donning a huge cheesy grin, Mr Fromajio has serious ambitions within the world of Moustache Olympics, a discipline which excites him greatly.
"I've been training for several months!" he exclaims smoothly, between putts at his favourite exclusive mini-golf resort in there Swiss Alps.
"Using my own system based on the twin principles of speed and panache, I once balanced a fully grown herd of yaks on my twists for a full hour.
After that, making an album of Cheese Music for KPM library was easy".
And how does he explain his extraordinary knack for cutting the finest cheese around?
“Simper,” [simple] he laughs, in his terrible fake Italian accent, “I just apply a little Fromajic!”.
When not composing, training or fraternising with the international jet set (economy class), Danny resides in a houseboat on the Thames in London, where he cowers beneath a mound of accordions and rare cheeses.
Musicians on CheeseCore:
Max de Wardner
Charlie Creed Miles
Recorded and mixed on The Don Bosco with additional recording at Snakeranch by Gerry O-Riordan.
Mastered by Matthew Denny.
Produced by Daniel Teper and Hannah King.
Cover Illustration by Laura Moreton-Griffiths