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Friday, 10 February 2012

Philip Oakey and Giorgio Moroder - Be My Love Now

'Be My Lover Now' is a song by the British singer and composer Philip Oakey and producer Giorgio Moroder.

It was written by Oakey and Moroder and recorded for the album Philip Oakey and Giorgio Moroder.

It was released as a single in the UK in August 1985 where it reached number 74 in the singles charts and remained in the charts for 1 week.

It was the third and final single to be released from the brief Oakey/Moroder partnership which had started with the single 'Together in Electric Dreams'.

Because the single was not a huge success and neither was the album, it effectively ended the short lived partnership between Oakey and Moroder in 1985. Oakey returned to work with his band, The Human League, full time.

The Music Video for 'Be My Lover Now' was much less extravagant than the high budget video for the previous single 'Good-Bye Bad Times'. It borrows heavily from Robert Palmer’s 'Addicted to Love' and Stock Aitken and Waterman music videos of 1985.

The video has a surreal theme and features Philip Oakey performing on stage in an ornate theatre, with 3 female backing singers/dancers and two female podium dancers either side of the stage who are dressed identically. To an audience of identical blue dress wearing female 'clones' in their 30s/ 40s who are competing for Oakey's attention.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version

Instrumental Version


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