Last November, Big Break Records (BBR) released Frantique’s self-titled album on CD. The album was remastered, and for the first time it was expanded to include four bonus tracks: “Steady With Teddy”, “Sensual You All”, “Strut Your Funky Stuff” 12″, and “Getting Serious” Edited Disco Version (singles from 1979 – 1980). The album also includes a booklet with comprehensive liner notes.
The results speak for itself. If you managed to get a copy of the album, you can hear the quality for yourself – BBR have done a marvelous job on the remastering and presentation. BBR’s parent company is Cherry Red Records and they specialise in obscure albums and re-issues from the 50’s to the present, and the good news is that they are looking for album suggestions for future releases ! So I’m calling all David Christie fans to help out and email Cherry Red Records (UK) at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions for David Christie’s albums that truly deserves to be re-issued! Cherry Records say they read everyone’s ideas, so here are some ideas for David Christie’s albums :-
Back Fire (Tom Moulton Mix)
Love Is The Most Important Thing
Back In Control
Napoleon Jones Feat. David Christie
Stress (Japanese release)
If you have any other ideas to put forward to the record company regarding David Christie’s work, let them know!
Many thanks in advance – cheers everyone! 🙂