Level 42 – Are you Hearing (What I Hear) ?/ Weave Your Spell (1982)

Here is one of my favourite Jazz funk bands Level 42 from the Isle of Wight, England. The British pop band had many hit singles in the 80’s and 90’s worldwide with “Lesson In Love”, “Something About You”, “Hot Water” and “The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up)”. And their biggest selling albums to date are “World Machine” and “Running In The Family”, which are highly recommended listening for fans!

Here are two of Level 42’s lesser known tracks, but they are still great groovy songs!  Also, check out Mark King’s (Master of slap bass) bass licks below – enjoy!

Level 42 – Are you Hearing (What I Hear) ?

Level 42 – Weave Your Spell

For more info on Level 42 and Mark King’s solo work, please visit their official website at http://www.level42.com

 

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Favourite Artists: Michael Jackson, David Christie, Living In A Box, Richard Darbyshire, Double, Robert Palmer, Kurt Maloo, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Michael McDonald, Luther Vandross, Level 42, Freeez, John Rocca, Basia, Matt Bianco, Scritti Politti, Will Smith, Chaka Khan, Go West, Cathy Dennis, Celine Dion, Babyface, Daryl Hall, Michael Franks, D-Train, Paul Hardcastle, Alexander O'Neal, Junior Giscombe, David Grant, Goomby Dance Band, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Kylie, Deon Estus, George Michael, Stevie Wonder, Donna Summer, Madonna, Eille Hope (Liquid Gold), Five Star, Booker Newberry III, George Kranz, Gloria Esterfan, Imigination, Princess, David Bowie, UB40, Duran Duran, Frank Sinatra, Harry Connick Jr, Diana Krall, Mario Lanza, Chicago, David Grant, Jaki Graham, David Pack, and many more, 70's, 80's, Soul, Pop, Jazz, Soft Rock, Opera, R&B etc.

Posted on November 22, 2014, in Jazz Funk, Level 42, Mark King and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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