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The Cool Notes

Have A Good Forever (Expanded Edition )

CD $10.98

Release Date:

May 2009

Nº of Discs:

1

Catalogue Nº

FTG-174

Label:

FTG Records



Tracklisting

1. Look What You've Done To Me
2. My Love Is Hot
3. Why Not
4. Come On Back To Me
5. Have A Good Forever
6. Spend The Night
7. You're Never Too Young
8. I Don't Wanna Stop
9. All I Wanna Do
10. I Love You
11. In Your Car
12. Spend The Night (12" Ext Mix)
13. Natural Energy
14. You're Never Too Young (12" Ext Mix)
15. I Forgot (12" Ext Mix)

Item Description

We have a very small number of this title returned from a previous distributor of ours, First Come, First Serve !!

The product comes with Expanded 8 page Booklet.

The Cool Notes from south London were a popular UK R&B act during the mid-eighties and they had several hits of which the most famous of course is 'Spend The Night'.

The Cool Notes initially embarked on their recording career in the lovers rock style, and featured Lorraine McIntosh and Heather Austin on lead vocals. The full line-up consisted of Joseph Charles, Peter Lee Gordon, Peter Rowlands, Steve McIntosh and Ian Dunstan.

In 1978, the group recorded for Pat Rhoden's Jama group; the success of the single "My Tune" resulted in Rhoden's licensing the song to the major record companies in 1979, as the song was expected to cross over into the mainstream. Jama also released the ineffectual "Just Girls" and "Sweet Vibes", which signalled a change of direction. The band continued to record into the early 80s when they released "I Forgot How To Love You", "Morning Child" and Down To Earth, which demonstrated the group's adaptability. The album cover featured the band dressed as astronauts, and despite this lamentable marketing ploy, the debut was well received.

By 1984 the band felt the need for a further transformation, which led to the formation of the Abstract Dance label and the release of "Never Too Young", aimed at the club scene, and which entered the lower regions of the pop chart. The release was met with enthusiasm in the clubs and the band followed the hit with the excusable "I Forgot", striving for a profile on the radio playlists. The single failed to impress disc jockeys and followed its predecessor by scraping a Top 75 position.

A discerning decision resulted in the group returning to the club sound for the release of "Spend The Night", which peaked at number 11 in the UK pop chart in spite of the indifference shown towards the band by radio stations. They enjoyed a run of hits with "In Your Car", "Have A Good Forever", and culminating with "Into The Motion".

The Cool Notes continued popularity resulted in the 1985 release of the album “Have A Good Forever".

The Cool Notes continued to record until the early 90's and their original, crystal-clear music still sounds so fresh today.

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