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Louise Rutkowski: Home
Louise Rutkowski, former This Mortal Coil and Hope Blister singer has a new album project via Pledge Music.

It's free to sign up and you get an exclusive download track plus access to behind the scenes info on the album's progress.

You can preorder the album now - you'll receive it before its official release (no funds will be taken until the target is reached).

www.pledgemusic.com/projects/louiserutkowski-home
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New album "Home" available for pre-order here!

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For fans of the 80's. Available digitally for the first time, on March 3rd 2017 - Pink Rhythm & John Rocca



Pink Rhythm is available for the first time on Digital services as an album (previously only available as 3 separate EP’s )

Release date Friday 3rd March 2017

Track listing

Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love (7” Version)
India (7” Version)
Melodies of Love
Walking in the Rain
Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love
Can’t Get Enough Of Your Dub
India
Trust Me
More and More
India (Instrumental)
Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love (Instrumental)
More & More (Instrumental)

Pink Rhythm were a mid 80’s evolution of Freeez

Freeez were a dance music group from London, known initially as one of the UK's main jazz-funk bands of the early 1980s. Initiated by John Rocca, Freeez consisted of various musicians, originally with Rocca and others such as Andy Stennet (keyboards), Peter Maas (bass guitar) and Paul Morgan or Everton McCalla (drums). They had an international hit with "IOU", and a UK Top 10 with "Southern Freeez".



John Rocca “ Extra Extra” Available Digitally on 3rd March 2017

John Rocca became known first as a dance music performer, remixer, and record producer. During the early 1980s, Rocca formed, played with, wrote for, produced and managed his first musical band, Freeez. After his first self-funded and self-released effort, "Keep in Touch", a No. 49 hit in the UK Singles Chart, his next effort, "Southern Freeez" was a chart success in various other countries in Europe, reaching No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart.
During 1983, one of the first records to use digital sampling, "U", featured Rocca's falsetto voice and became one of the major dance successes of the 1980s electro music style. It scored number one in dance charts in Europe and the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play, and had popular music chart success across the world spending three weeks at number 2 in the UK.

Track listing

Extra Extra
I.O.U (Club Vocal 87)
So This is Love
I Want It to Be Real
My World Is Empty Without You
I Want It To Be Real (Farley’s Hot House Piano Mix)
The Dream
Move
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