80’s And 90’s Style Vol. 2 – VA Compilation Digital Album Re-Released!

A few years ago a compilation album entitled  “80’s And 90’s Style Vol. 2” Continue reading

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News Round-Up For May 2016!

Hi everyone!

Here’s a little news round-up for the month of May so far… Continue reading

Blog Review! Strut Your Funky Stuff: Philadelphia International’s “Frantique” Comes to CD

Frantique – Frantique (Expanded Edition, 2015) CD Out Now!

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New CD Release!!! Frantique: Expanded Edition (2015) Out Now!

Just in time for Christmas…

A week ago, Big Break Records (BBR, Cherry Red Records) released a remastered and repackaged expanded edition of Frantique’s only self-titled debut album on CD. For the first time on the album, four bonus tracks have been added, which includes original 12″ Inch mixes and the band’s last singles that were released in 1980, “Steady With Teddy” and Sensual You All”. The CD also comes with comprehensive liner notes.

David Christie - Pour Une Fille Quelque Part (7" Single,1981) David Christie - Pour Une Fille Quelque Part (7" Single,1981) (back cover)

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David Christie Digital Sheet Music Available To Purchase!

 

David Christie - Pour Une Fille Quelque Part (7" Single,1981) David Christie - Pour Une Fille Quelque Part (7" Single,1981) (back cover)

If you are a musician, check out David Christie’s song sheets, which have been made available to purchase in Kindle and e-book formats from Amazon (International) and Google Books, respectively. Continue reading

New Book! Stars Of 80’s Dance Pop (2015): An Interview With Songwriter Jack Robinson

Bottom left-hand corner: Jack Robinson holding a copy of James Arena’s new book “Stars Of 80’s Dance Pop (The European Edition)”.

There’s a new book out now about top European pop stars from the 1980’s. The title of the book is called “Stars Of 80’s Dance Pop (The European Edition)” written by American author James Arena. For the book, James interviewed over 50 music legends, songwriters and record label producers from the 80’s pop era. The book is fun and interesting to read and I would recommend it to anyone interested in 80’s music, and also to David Christie fans!!!

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