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Limited 180gm gold colored vinyl LP pressings. Standing In The Light, the much loved third album by Level 42. The band- bassist and vocalist Mark King, keyboard player/vocalist Mike Lindup, guitarist Boon Gould, drummer/lyricist Phil Gould and studio-only whizz kid Wally Badarou - were, by 1983, well- respected survivors of the early 80s Britfunk explosion, but had yet to really break big. An unmissable live draw, they had yet to enjoy proper commercial success. Polydor could sense this and sent the group to LA to work with Larry Dunn and Verdine White from Earth, Wind & Fire, to add an extra dimension to their sound. However, it was not to be an EWF horn and mysticism fest; Standing In The Light tweaked and commercialized the group's sound without losing their uniquely British take on jazz-funk.
Limited 180gm gold colored vinyl LP pressings. Standing In The Light, the much loved third album by Level 42. The band- bassist and vocalist Mark King, keyboard player/vocalist Mike Lindup, guitarist Boon Gould, drummer/lyricist Phil Gould and studio-only whizz kid Wally Badarou - were, by 1983, well- respected survivors of the early 80s Britfunk explosion, but had yet to really break big. An unmissable live draw, they had yet to enjoy proper commercial success. Polydor could sense this and sent the group to LA to work with Larry Dunn and Verdine White from Earth, Wind & Fire, to add an extra dimension to their sound. However, it was not to be an EWF horn and mysticism fest; Standing In The Light tweaked and commercialized the group's sound without losing their uniquely British take on jazz-funk.
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Standing In The Light [Colored Vinyl] (Gol) [180 Gram] (Uk)
Artist: Level 42
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm gold colored vinyl LP pressings. Standing In The Light, the much loved third album by Level 42. The band- bassist and vocalist Mark King, keyboard player/vocalist Mike Lindup, guitarist Boon Gould, drummer/lyricist Phil Gould and studio-only whizz kid Wally Badarou - were, by 1983, well- respected survivors of the early 80s Britfunk explosion, but had yet to really break big. An unmissable live draw, they had yet to enjoy proper commercial success. Polydor could sense this and sent the group to LA to work with Larry Dunn and Verdine White from Earth, Wind & Fire, to add an extra dimension to their sound. However, it was not to be an EWF horn and mysticism fest; Standing In The Light tweaked and commercialized the group's sound without losing their uniquely British take on jazz-funk.
        
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