LATE NIGHT TALES – Music For Pleasure (Tom Findlay from Groove Armada)

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RELEASE DATE: Available Now

Label: Central Station Records


Format: Compilation


Disc 1 -
  1. Ambrosia - You're The Only Woman
  2. Robert Palmer - Every Kinda People
  3. Michael Mcdonald - I Keep Forgettin'
  4. Toto - Georgy Porgy
  5. Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do For Love
  6. Player - Baby Come Back
  7. Steve Miller Band - Fly Like An Eagle
  8. Ned Doheny - Get It Up For Love
  9. Average White Band - Work To Do
  10. Boz Scaggs - Lowdown
  11. Sugardaddy - How Long (Exclusive Ace Cover Version)
  12. Elo - Showdown
  13. Gerry Rafferty - Get It Right Next Time
  14. Doobie Brothers - It Keeps You Runnin'
  15. Bread - Guitar Man
  16. Hall & Oates - I'm Just A Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like A Man)
  17. Todd Rundgren - Be Nice To Me
  18. 10cc - Im Not In Love

Featuring an exclusive track from Sugardaddy and tracks from Robert Palmer, Electirc Light Orchestra, Hall & Oates and The Steve Miller Band.

Late Night Tales was established in 2001 and invites the world’s best artists to delve deep into their music collections to create the ultimate “late night” selection and to produce their own individial take on the concept. The series features over 25 diverse artists such as MGMT, The Flaming Lips, Snow Patrol, Arctic Monkeys, Belle & Sebastian and now Music For Pleasure (Tom Findlay from Groove Armada).

All these artists take us on their nocturnal musical jounrey and explore vastly different styles, while still delivering a cohesive, musical package and each compilation offers an exclusive cover version.

As part of Groove Armada, Tom Findlay, has had grammy nominated singles, ‘Superstylin’, and started the Lovebox Festival in London. He is also one half of SugarDaddy with Tim Hutton, who are responsible for the cover of Ace’s ‘How Long’ on this compilation. Taking a side step out of the usual Late Night Tales timeline, Music for Pleasure presents a special selection of the finest soulful pop music of the 70s and early 80s. Although California plays an obvious role, it’s not just the Pacific Coast representing here – we have people all over the world; Steve Miller Band’s ‘Fly Like An Eagle’, Average White Band’s ‘Work To Do and 10cc’s ‘I’m Not In Love’.