Mark King, the singer and bass player of Level 42, tells on the English island ‘Isle of Wight’ about his unique way of playing bass and about the song ‘Love Games’. A report from Top 2000 a gogo.
Level 42 performing live in the Vredenburg in Utrecht, Holland on the 18th February 2009.
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Mark King and Mike Lindup of Level 42 were guests of Gerard Ekdom to talk about their three biggest hits, past, present and future.
Mark King in the studio!
Very detailed insights into the life of Wally Badarou… During a 2 hour in-store conversation, the legendary (pop) musician unfolds his approach to making sounds and music and comments on his magnum opus as well as his musical life in general. Host is Margie.
Arp Frique invited the living pop music legend for the occasion of his Festival Magia, where Badarou performs live (Rotterdam, 01-09-2018).
Godfather of pop, synthesizer specialist, Wally Badarou was the long-time associate of the British band Level 42, known for its blend of funk, pop, soul, and rock. He was a member of Island records’ Compass Point All Stars and worked with M, Robert Palmer, Tom Tom Club, Grace Jones, Talking Heads.
The one and only Mark King from Level 42 is here AND HE’S BROUGHT HIS BASS
Revered musician Wally Badarou breaks down some of the secrets of working as part of the Compass Point All-Stars with Sly and Robbie while also offering a fly on the keyboard view of recording Pop Muzik with Robin Scott and explaining why he refused to sign a contract with James Brown in his RBMA Melbourne 2006 Lecture.