Level 42 - The Hexagon, Reading March 31, 1985 download mp3 album
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Level 42 are an English band formed on the Isle of Wight in 1979. They had a number of UK and worldwide hits during the 1980s and 1990s. Their most successful single in the UK was "Lessons in Love", which reached number three on the UK Singles Chart, and number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, upon its release in 1986. The earlier single, "Something About You", was their most successful single in the United States, reaching number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
True Colours is the fifth studio album by the British musical group Level 42, released in 1984. Beyond the band's native United Kingdom, the album was released in 10-plus other countries, including Japan, Germany and the United States of America. The album charted in the UK Albums Chart.
But Level 42 were always a far edgier proposition than those bands, mixing up the funk, world-class musicianship and jazz/rock with an almost punky intensity. Recorded in March 1985 at such suburban funk meccas as Golddiggers in Chippenham, The Coronet in Woolwich and The Hexagon in Reading, A Physical Presence showed off Level patently on the cusp of their mainstream breakthrough, but their sheer ‘professionalism’ in no way blunts the improvisational edge.
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Collects "Level 42" (1981), "The Pursuit Of Accidents" (1982), "True Colours" (1984), "World Machine" (1985) and "Running In The Family" (1987). Probably because these five album box sets are intended to be low cost reissues to sell to nominal fans or people who are not that into music. So the line has to be drawn somewhere if they are to keep it to only 5 albums, but for Level 42, leaving out Standing in the Light is like cutting our the face of your sibling in a family portrait, or removing half of The Two Towers from a reprinting of Lord of the Rings. Not that Level 42 should be compared to Tolkien).
Continue reading the main story. FAMILY ALBUM, by Danielle Steel. A married couple with five children cope with the crises of contemporary America. 2. 110. IF TOMORROW COMES, by Sidney Sheldon.
|1.2||Turn It On|
|1.5||Kansas City Milkman|
|1.6||Follow Me (edited)|
|1.8||Foundation & Empire|
|1.9||I Want Eyes|
|2.1||The Chant Has Begun|
|2.2||The Chinese Way (Edited)|
|2.3||The Sun Goes Down|
|2.6||Are You Hearing (What I Hear)?|
- Recorded By – Rolling Stones Mobile
- Bass, Vocals – Mark King
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Phil Gould
- Guitar – Boon Gould
- Keyboards, Vocals – Mike Lindup
- Saxophone – Krys Mach