Philip Kane – Songs For Swinging Lovers

This whole album sounds like a compilation of the token pop ballads from 80’s pop soul acts. It’s a bit Marti Pellow, Mick Hucknall or even Terrance Trent D’arby. Not my first choice of listening. It has that late night, commercial radio, Everyone-is-in-bed graveyard session feel to it. If you secretly love this kind of thing I would recommend it heartily. At times it even strays into a Rush-esque diet prog vibe (‘Tonight’especially).

Label : Corrupt Records
Release Date : Out Now
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  • Me, The Ladyboy, And Gloria Estefan
  • Oh Mercy
  • Sally’s Birthday
  • The Morning After The Morning After
  • Tonight
  • Barcelona
  • After The Shipwreck
  • To Be Free
  • Pearl Necklace
  • A Million Kisses (Will Not Heal You)
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