This is one of the first recalls of the title from Classix Nouveaux i made in 2013. It is a short piece of sound created on a PC with a so called sequencer software.
God with you
You can hear a very quiet sample from the title “Manitou” in the background of this song, Sals voice saying “god”. This is the first word in the first sentence from the lyric of “Manitou“: “god with you”.
The electronic music pioneers, Kraftwerk, released their single “The robots” in 1978 and one year later, in 1979, a band called Tubeway Army with their singer Gary Numan sold a one million copies of the No 1 single “Are friends electric?”. It was a song about a special sort of robots. Continue reading Guilty – non stop→
This is a collection of dates for the popular music on the british television for the time span 1981-1983, with Classix Nouveaux as an act. Special announcement: an hour of CN in a concert as “live in Plymouth” in 1982.
Flexipop was a music magazine existing between 1980 and 1983 and founded by the staff of the weekly music newspaper Record Mirror. Twenty seven of the thirty two issues of those magazine contained a flexible vinyl record better known under the term flexi disc.
Interviews and fotostories
Straight from today's perspective wort reading are the Huw Collingbourne guided interviews you can find within the Flexipop.
On his Facebook`s profile Mr Collingbourne shares a foto album named "1980s" with some rare photos made from Sal Solo and Mik Sweeney, Limahl and others. Continue reading Flexipop magazine→