Any Jazz/Lounge music fans out there? Here’s a cool jazzy cover version of David Christie’s top hit single “I Love To Love” sung by artist Angela Bresh. Continue reading
33 years ago this week, David Christie’s single “Saddle Up” (from the album “Back In Control”) reached No.9 in the UK top 10 for the week ending the 25th Sept.1982, and stayed in the music charts for a total of 12 weeks.
“Saddle Up” was written in 1979 and released in 1982, the rest is history. The single became an international smash hit for David who certainly made his parents and family very proud of him. “Saddle Up” reached the highest chart positions in the following countries: #3 in South Africa, #4 in Switzerland, #6 in France, #7 in Ireland, #10 Netherlands, and #12 in Germany.
“Saddle Up” is a classic, which has been covered and remixed by top international artists and DJ’s over the years. And even more recently, the song has appeared in a French comedy film with an accompanying soundtrack album titled “Bis” ,which was released in early 2015.
As you will know from previous blogs, earlier this year, six unreleased David Christie tracks was released on the “The Essentials” album. Well, here’s the great news! The same record company has just released three more of David’s unreleased tracks on two new various artists compilation albums: “Disco Dance”, and “Disco Music”. The three new songs are “Another Night“, “Follow That Car” and “Annie Don’t You Miss That Airplane“; and I have included them in a playlist, which also includes many of the previously unreleased tracks compiled from albums (see below for details and where to purchase albums). I hope you all enjoy David’s music in this playlist! Cheers everyone! 🙂