Friday, January 25, 2013

Godley & Creme - Cry (Extended Remix) 12" 45


Godley & Creme are a duo of English pop musicians & music video directors, Kevin Godley & Lol Creme. The pair began releasing albums as a duo after splitting from the pop band 10cc.

"Cry" was released as a single in1985. The song climbed as high as #16 on the Billboard charts.

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The duo also directed the song's music video, which featured faces blended into each other using analog cross-fading, anticipating the digital effect of morphing used in a very similar way in Michael Jackson's 1991 video, "Black or White". Years later, the "Cry" video was shown in an episode of MTV's Beavis & Butt-head. The song was also used on Miami Vice in the episode "Definitely Miami" (1986), which featured Ted Nugent & French actress Arielle Dombasle. I’ve included the song “Art for Art’s Sake” from How Dare You! by 10cc. from 1975 on which KG plays drums, temple bells, woodblocks, & sings back-up & LC plays guitar, marracas, Moog, recorder & sings 2nd lead & back-up vocals, because I felt like it. Keep it or delete it, it’s up to you. Year of Release: 1985 Label: Polydor Records 881 786-1 Genre: Synthpop Tracklist:Side A - Cry ((Extended Remix by J.J.Jeczalik) Side B - Cry (Single Version) Cry (Extended Version Remixed by Nigel Gray) Bonus track - Art for Art’s Sake Download: Cry (extended remix) 12“ 45 Download Size: 54MB (ripped from vinyl at 320Kbps)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

thank you! i love this tune.

R C D said...

Amazing sychpop elements and amazing video too.
I don't have the feeling of vynil on my blog but maybe you like some of the songs that I been hearing from the past 6 weeks Cheers

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Anonymous said...

Thank you very much !
I love this song.

A-Mfan said...

Amazing song. Nice to have this 12" again.

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