This is a YouTube premiere of ‘Children Say’ a song by Level 42 to celebrate Mark King’s 63rd birthday, today, Ocober 20, 2021! Also Level 42 have announced a tour of the Netherlands in November 2021. They will play a.o. De Melkweg Amsterdam and Tivoli Utrecht
LEVEL 42 ARE COMING TO THE NETHERLANDS ON 4/11 EINDHOVEN EFFENAAR…..5/11 GRONINGEN OOSTERPOORT…..6/11 HENGELO METROPOOL…..7/11 TILBURG 013….. 9/11 UTRECHT TIVOLI VERDENBURG….. 10/11 DEN HAAG PAARD….. 11/11 AMSTERDAM MEKWEG….. 12/11 NIJMEGEN DOORNROOSJE….. 13/11 HEERLEN PARKSTAD LIMBURG….. LEVEL 42 LIVE IN THE NETHERLANDS AGAIN!!!!
SuperDeluxeEdition.com editor, Paul Sinclair, takes a look at Level 42: The Complete Polydor Years 1985-1989 10CD box set.
“Time To Let Go” is Mike Lindup’s first single from his forthcoming album Changes 2. Available on Knapdale Records now on all major digital platforms.
Order your copy here 👉 http://cherryred.co/Level42PolydorYears
Formed in the last embers of the 70’s Level 42 started as a Jazz Fusion band before embracing dance rock for which they would be best known.
• The band’s first single Love Meeting Love was released in 1980 to much critical acclaim which led to the debut album, the self-titled Level 42 which charted in the top 20.
• Throughout the 80’s the band released numerous albums and toured regularly building a large and devoted fan base – these early years are featured here
• Volume One contains all the Level 42 albums from 1981 – 1984 in their original glory.
Rotosound talks to Level 42 frontman, Mark King, about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected his life, why he first picked up the bass, and why he has used Rotosound strings throughout his career. Mark takes questions from fans including how often he changes his strings (it’s a lot!), if he plays double bass, and whether he has any dreams yet to be fulfilled.
Filmed as part of NAMM’s Believe In Music Week 2021.
Level 42 performing ‘The Chinese Way’ from their 1983 album The Pursuit Of Accidents live on the cult British TV show The Tube in 1985. ‘The Chinese Way’ was the band’s first top 30 single in the UK.
Footage licensed from ITV Archive. All rights reserved.