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45 Records107 of 356a-ha 'You are the One' picture sleeve with Christmas card.Scritti Politti : Asylums in Jerusalem/Jacques Derrida 45rpm
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Simonc
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    Prior to Andy Summers joining and then going on to global superstardom, this 1977 release was their first UK single on Illegal records. Written and produced by Stuart Copeland it didn't make much of an impact, but after the departure of Henry Padovani, Summers came into the fold and the rest as they say, is history.

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    1. artfoot artfoot, 3 years ago
      The worst band name ever.
    2. Simonc Simonc, 3 years ago
      Ah, Curved Air. I have 'Back Street Luv' on a 45 and my brother has a picture disc of one of their albums. I had a teen crush on the band's lead singer, Sylvia/Cynthia?
      (if I remember correctly she was from the Netherlands, which added to her mystique :)). That was/is a great single.

    3. iggy iggy, 3 years ago
      Excellent! I have a dvd entitled' the Police Everyone Stares The Police Inside Out' A Stewart Copeland Movie. He narrates in depth about a lot of Police history. Curved Air, yes!
    4. jscott0363 jscott0363, 3 years ago
      I'm a huge Police fan. I have all of their albums and I've seen them live (3) three times. The Ghost In The Machine tour, Synchronicity tour and again in 2007 on their reunion tour. Sting's son, and his band Fiction Plane, opened in 2007. Not only did his son inherit his old man's vocal chords, but he even looks like a young Sting!
    5. Simonc Simonc, 3 years ago
      A die-hard Police fan, eh? That's great you've seen them three times, lucky you. And thanks for the info on Fiction Plane. I didn't even know his son was following in his father's footsteps. :) I'll Google them right now. Thanks for the feedback.
    6. Simonc Simonc, 3 years ago
      Talk about serendipity. In the office this morning, catching up on a few admin things. Switch on the MP3 player and on comes "Bed's too big without you."
      What a track. A perfect single. Time to dig out a few more Police tracks, methinks.

    7. Simonc Simonc, 3 years ago
      Hi Thomas, I'll definitely dig out 'Every Little Thing..." later today. Another great track. Good piece of trivia you shared there about Sir Elt. Cheers, buddy and have a great weekend.
      Si. :)

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