9 thoughts on “ Level 42 - A Physical Presence (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Dujinn says:
    Level 42 ‎– A Physical Presence Label: Polydor ‎– , Polydor ‎– LP , Polydor ‎– , Polydor ‎– /5(85).
  2. Grozil says:
    Feb 01,  · referencing A Physical Presence Part II, LP, Album, Y-1, Y-1 I have this edition with another numbers: Y-1 on LP labels, Y-1 on spine, arovfacecomma.imfrogatharbehyfingirejacassu.co uploaded.4/5().
  3. Nikot says:
    Explore releases from Level 42 at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Level 42 at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All Level A Physical Presence (Album) 43 versions: Polydor, Polydor: Australia: Sell This Version: 43 versions (The Interview Album) ‎ (LP, Promo) Polydor: LEV1: UK:
  4. Shaktizuru says:
    A Physical Presence is a two-disc live album by the British jazz-funk pop group Level 42, released in June and recorded in England during March of that year at The Coronet Woolwich, The Hexagon, Reading and Goldiggers, Chippenham, Wiltshire. This album is notable for being the first live album by Level 42, and for containing a previously unreleased song Genre: Jazz-funk, pop-rock.
  5. Kigazil says:
    Mar 05,  · Label: Polydor - POLR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop Level 42 - World Machine (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(41).
  6. Grotaxe says:
    Also featured is "Physical Presence", the song from which the name for their first live record was taken. The album was re-released in as a 2-CD set also including the band's previous album, True Colours. In , World Machine was re-released as a 2-CD remastered Deluxe Edition containing several remixes and live versions as bonus tracks.
  7. Akinozragore says:
    Level 42 is the debut album released in by the British group Level It is best known for the track "Love Games", which became a successful jazz–funk and dancefloor hit for the band (reaching number 38 on the UK pop charts).
  8. Mikazilkree says:
    Staring at the Sun is the first Level 42 album not to feature brothers Phil Gould and Boon Gould, although Boon did write the lyrics to six of the songs. They were replaced by British guitarist Alan Murphy, who had collaborated with Go West and singer Kate Bush, and drummer Gary Husband, who had been a member of the band Morrissey–Mullen.
  9. Aragami says:
    Level True Colours ‎ (LP, Album) Polydor, Polydor: POLH 10, UK: True Colours is my favourite Level 42 album, not at first, but it grew on me more and more with every listen. It has a unique sound compared to the rest of their catalogue, it's darker and more mysterious somehow? Vinyl LP by railrunner. Pop/Rock by.

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