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Sunday, 14 February 2010

Level 42 - Love Meeting Love

After they were seen jamming together, Level 42 were invited to sign to a small independent record label — Elite Records — in 1980. They were also encouraged to branch out into vocal music (previously, the band had been purely instrumental). They considered looking for a singer from outside the band, but eventually King and Lindup (with some reluctance) became the band's singers. They developed a complementary style, with Lindup's falsetto frequently used for harmonies and choruses while King's deep tenor generally led the verses.

'Love Meeting Love' was released as a single in 1980 by Elite Records and became the bands first proper single release (the band had previously released 'Sandstorm' as the b-side to the a-side provided by Powerline - Journey To).

'Love Meeting Love' is a predominantly intrumental single. It was one of the first tracks that I loved by the band. This helped bring the band to the attention of Polidor Records who eventually signed the band and re-issued the single.

The single eventually made it to number 61 on the UK Singles Chart.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Sax Version
Instrumental Love - B-Side


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