Adventures to the heart of Cheese...
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