Dienstag, 17. Februar 2009

YOUR LOVE (ALBUM VERSION) - LIME






Ein vergleichsweise später Discoklassiker aus Kanada ist "Your Love" von "Lime". Hinter dem Namen "Lime" verbargen sich Denis and Denyse LePage, ein Disco produzierendes Ehepaar. Die Maxi "Your Love" erschien 1980, während die LP "Your Love" 1981 folgte. Diesem Erstlingswerk folgten weitere relativ erfolgreiche Platten. Da die Attraktivität des Paares sich offenbar nach eigener Einschätzung in Grenzen hielt, wurden zwei hübsche Stellvertreter auserkoren (Joy Dorris und Chris Marsh), die dem Image von Lime zuträglich sein sollten.
Von dem Song gibt es noch eine ziemlich gute Remixversion aus dem Jahre 1985 welche ein ander mal gepostet wird.



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The real ones


A relatively late disco-classics is "Your Love" of "Lime". The Persons behind were Denis and Denyse LePage, a married and disco producing couple. The 12" "Your Love" was published in 1980, the LP "Your Love" followed in 1981. This album was their first LP under the name "Lime", a range of other records followed. Because of thinking that they are not attractive enough for the audience, they casted two younger singer (Joy Dorris and Chris Marsh) to promote their project.
Of "Your Love" exists also a good remix made in 1985. i will post it in some days...





A Video i found on YouTube with "Your Love", maybe taken from a movie of these days...
Ein Video das ich auf YouTube fand, offenbar aus einem Film der 80er...




Kommentare:

Balsanja hat gesagt…

That film is "Summer Lovers" from 1982, with very young Peter Gallagher and Daryl Hannah on it, I watched it in the cinema then!

I loved Lime's first album, full of great-great songs, so much I bought "Lime II" without listening an was disappointed, ended hating "Babe, We're Gonna Love Tonite"...

Very nice new layout in your blog!

DJ Dex Denver hat gesagt…

thank you!

about the video:
never heard about this movie...

about lime:
yes, "babe were gonna love tonite" is not half as good as "your love". Lime I is much better than it's predessor...

greetings to Spain - D.