Steve Taylor And Some Band – Limelight – 1986

In 1985 Steve Taylor appeared at the Greenbelt festival at Castle Ashby, England. An excellent sound track was recorded and select songs became this album. At this point Steve only had 3 albums out but they provided more than enough material to work with. Steve put together a pretty good band of studio musicians and game them credit as the “Some Band”. Most of the songs appear to have their album arrangements though there are a few things different but unfortunately no extended versions. The album is actually quite short and I’m disappointed they didn’t add a few more tracks which would have easily fit. The highlight of the album for me was his duet with Sheila Walsh covering David Edwards “Not Gonna Fall Away” which was originally from his studio EP “Trans-Atlantic Remixes”

1 – This Disco (Used To Be A Cute Cathedral)
2 – I Want To Be A Clone
3 – You Don’t Owe Me Nothing
4 – On The Fritz
5 – We Don’t Need No Colour Code
6 – Whatever Happened To Sin?
7 – Meltdown (At Madame Tussaud’s)
8 – Not Gonna Fall Away

Backing Vocals [At No Additional Charge] – Mr. Thrush, Mr. Holmen, Mr. Peters
Bass – Glen Holmen
Design – Peter Nomura, Stan Evenson Design, Inc.
Drums – Terl Bryant
Engineer – Keith Bessey
Guitar – Jeff Stone
Keyboards – Steve Peters
Mastered By – Herb Melton, Steve Hall
Mixed By – Ian Eales
Photography By – Tobi Corney
Producer – Keith Bessey, Steve Taylor
Saxophone – Dave Thrush

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Live At Greenbelt, Ltd.
Recorded At – Greenbelt, Castle Ashby, England
Engineered At – Gallery Studios
Mixed At – Weddington Studios
Mastered At – Future Disc

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Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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