Level 42. 2015 сингл Ourra Remix. Staring At The Sun. Level 42. 2014 Expanded Version. Something About You & More Hits from Level 42. 2014. Lessons in Love & More Hits from Level 42. Standing In The Light. 2013 Acoustic. 2013 John Morales Mix. Running in the Family: Acoustic Re-interpretations 25 Years On. 2013.
Level 42 is the debut album released in 1981 by the British group Level 42. It is best known for the track "Love Games", which became a successful jazz–funk and dancefloor hit for the band (reaching number 38 on the UK pop charts). It has figured in both L42's and bassist Mark King's solo live appearances to this day. Also gaining substantial dance airplay on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean was the track "Starchild", with Lindup on vocals.
The Definitive Collection (Level 42 album). The Definitive Collection, released on June, 2006 is a greatest hits albums by the British musical group Level 42. The album peaked at on the UK album charts. Lessons in Love (from "Running in the Family"). Sun Goes Down (Living It Up) (from "Standing in the Light"). Heaven In My Hands (from "Staring at the Sun"). Something About You (from "World Machine"). Hot Water (from "True Colours"). Chinese Way (from "The Pursuit of Accidents").
Level 42 – Missing (Everything But The Girl Cover). Level 42 – Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2019, The Henry Westons Sessions. Here’s the legendary Level 42 with their exclusive backstage performance at the Henry Westons Sessions. Very sad new. st May 2019.
Level 42 are an English band formed on the Isle of Wight in 1979. They had a number of UK and worldwide hits during the 1980s and 1990s. Their most successful single in the UK was "Lessons in Love", which reached number three on the UK Singles Chart, and number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, upon its release in 1986. The earlier single, "Something About You", was their most successful single in the United States, reaching number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In 1982, Level 42 released their third album The Pursuit of Accidents. This was a further development of the Level 42 formula, maintaining their instrumental jazz-funk skills and styling but also experimenting further with pop songs. Both of the singles from the album - "Weave Your Spell" and "The Chinese Way" - charted. The latter, in particular, rose high in the charts and gained the band a much wider audience than before.
It's best known for the track "Love Games," which became a successful jazz/funk and dancefloor hit for the band (reaching number 38 on the UK pop charts). The Princess portrait on the cover of the L42 album has become an unofficial emblem of the group. It appears in silhouette on the "Strategy"/"Early Tapes" EP from 1982; and in outline on the backs of "Standing in the Light" in 1983 and "True Colours" in 1984. A modified version appears on the cover of 2006's "Retroglide". The Princess also adorns the cover of the band's 1982 single "The Chinese Way" and 1983 single "Out of Sight, Out of Mind.
Level 42" (8 tracks; 47 mi. starts off with one of their earliest memorable tunes (it might have been a single too, I don't remember), the upbeat "Turn It One", which immediately grabs your attention and sounds great. After that, the album goes more into slightly off-left center songs. Why Are You Leaving" is an almost Cuban-sounding upbeat track.