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Thursday, October 22, 2020

The Communards - "So Cold The Night (ToTP)" [Pop]

So Cold The Night (ToTP)

"So Cold The Night (ToTP)" music video by The Communards
Added: 22-10-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : The Communards - So Cold The Night (Top of The Pops 1986)

Top of The Pops performance broadcasted December 4th 1986

Listen to "So Cold The Night" - https://ift.tt/2TiqajG

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The Communards were a British pop duo, active from 1985 to 1988. They are most famous for their cover versions of "Don't Leave Me This Way"[3] and "Never Can Say Goodbye".

The name Communards refers to the revolutionaries of the 1871 Paris Commune.

Communards is the debut album by The Communards, released in 1986 on London Records. The album was produced by Mike Thorne, who had previously produced lead singer Jimmy Somerville's earlier band, Bronski Beat. Although the singles released ahead of the album were only moderately successful, the first single to be lifted from it after release, "Don't Leave Me This Way", was number one in the UK for four weeks and was the top-selling single in the UK that year. During the single's four-week run at number one, the album itself reached a chart peak of number seven, going on to spend a total of 45 weeks in the UK Albums Chart.

Musically, the album contains tracks that largely fall into one of two styles, either Hi-NRG (all of the singles lifted from the album were in this style) or piano ballads showcasing the talents of Richard Coles, a classically trained pianist. The standard "Lover Man" is arranged as a straight jazz number, albeit with the unusual twist of being performed as a duet.

Tags : 1986, 80s, The Communards

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