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Posts Tagged ‘Phil Harding’
Wa Wa Nee’s 1986 12″ release of “Sugar Free” features an extended mix and extended dub, remixed by Phil Harding for PWL. It was their only Top 40 hit.
The 12″ release of “Right Here, Right Now” features remixes by Martyn Phillips and Dean Krexa. On the flip-side is “IBYT 12” with a remix by Phil Harding.
“Stand By” is a 1983 song recorded by Roman Holliday, written by Steve & Rob Lambert, produced by Peter Collins and engineered by Phil Harding.
“Instinctual” was Imagination’s last to chart in the US, and it topped the Dance chart, while sadly not crossing to R&B, and only getting to #62 in Britain.
How in the hell did Jermaine Stewart ever get lucky? He didn’t want the word out that he had a lover, he didn’t think we had to take our clothes off, he didn’t want to be talked dirty to… Regardless, the former Soul Train dancer put out some very nice dance tracks in the 80s including this little gem that just missed the Top 10 on the dance charts in 1988.
Forget about the bad times, Remember all the good times, Hold your head up high, And breakaway.
Forget about the bad times, Remember all the good times, Hold your head up high, She’ll breakaway, she’ll breakaway.
Say it again, ooh baby, Please say it one more time for me, I dont believe I heard you right, Did you say you love me?
I just got your message Baby, So sad to see you fade away. I’m like a boy among men, I’d like a permanent friend. I’d like to think that I was just myself again. Tell me why is it I’m digging your scene, I know I’ll die Baby.
The Brief: Ah, the Summer of ’88…hearing this song again for the first time in years, memories of my 15-year-old self flood my mind, including countless late-night drives with my circle of friends: seven of us squeezed into one of our parents’ cars listening to the hits of the day while dishing about whatever nonsense […]
The A Side: Heartache (Remix) 7:40 Heartache (Bonus Beats) 5:08 The B Side: Heartache (Original Version) 7:45 Heartache (7″ Edit) 3:32 The Brief: Helen “Pepsi” DeMacque and Shirlie Holliman were backing vocalists for Wham! before striking out on their own. The British duo released their debut album as Pepsi and Shirlie in 1987. It was […]
The A Side: Say I’m Your Number One (Full-Length Version) 6:17 The B Side: Say I’m Your Number One (Short Version) 3:37 Say I’m Your Number One (Remix) 11:06 The Brief: Desiree Heslop is better known to the music world as Princess. Her self-titled debut album was released in 1986 under the direction of Stock […]
Melanie and Kim Appleby were a sister duo produced by the team of Stock, Aitken & Waterman. Their first and only LP was released in 1987 and was titled ‘F.L.M.’. The second single from that album was “Respectable”. Mel & Kim had little chart success in the U.S. but, they did take this song to #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Disco chart. This single also hit #1 in the UK, Australia, Denmark, Germany, New Zealand and Sweden.