|Single by Music for Pleasure
|from the album Into the Rain
|Mark Copson, Christopher Oldroyd, Ivor Roberts and David Whitaker
|Music for Pleasure singles chronology
"Time" is a single by the new wave band Music for Pleasure. It was released in 1983 on Polydor.
All songs written and composed by Mark Copson, Christopher Oldroyd, Ivor Roberts and David Whitaker.
|"Time (Extended Version)"
|"Slide (Extended Version)"
Ivor Novello was a Welsh composer and actor who became one of the most popular British entertainers of the first half of the 20th century.
Christopher Vernon Hassall was an English actor, dramatist, librettist, lyricist and poet, who found his greatest fame in a memorable musical partnership with the actor and composer Ivor Novello after working together in the same touring company. He was also a noted biographer of Rupert Brooke and Edward Marsh.
Girls at Our Best! were an English post-punk band, founded in Leeds, England in 1979 under the name The Butterflies. They had several UK Independent Singles Chart hits during their three-year existence.
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David Sinclair Whitaker was an English composer, songwriter, arranger, and conductor who was most active in the 1960s and 1970s.
"Fuel to the Fire" is a single by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1981.
Myles Peter Carpenter Rudge was an English songwriter, known for writing the lyrics for novelty songs. His songs "The Hole in the Ground" and "Right Said Fred" were both British Top 10 chart hits in 1962, both recorded by Bernard Cribbins to music by Ted Dicks and produced by George Martin for Parlophone. Another of his songs, "A Windmill in Old Amsterdam", was a hit in 1965 for Ronnie Hilton, and won an Ivor Novello Award in 1966 for the Year's Outstanding Novelty Composition.
Mark Whitaker is a San Francisco Bay Area-based music producer who was the manager of Exodus and sound engineer of Metallica in the 1980s. Whitaker acted as a producer on Exodus’ debut album Bonded by Blood (1985) and partly on their second effort Pleasures of the Flesh (1987). He managed former Exodus guitarist Kirk Hammett to Metallica in 1983. Whitaker was one of the key persons in the emerging Bay Area thrash metal scene in the 1980s.
Music for Pleasure were a new wave band from Leeds, England, active in the first half of the 1980s.
Chrome Hit Corrosion is a 12" EP by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1984.
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Blacklands is the second and final album by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1985.
Into the Rain is the first album by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1982.
"Light" is a single by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1982.
"Switchback" is a single by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1982.
"The Human Factor" is a single by Music for Pleasure and was released in 1980.
The statue of William Slim, 1st Viscount Slim in Whitehall, London, is a work of 1988–1993 by the sculptor Ivor Roberts-Jones. It is one of three memorials to British military leaders of World War II on Raleigh Green, outside the Ministry of Defence's Main Building, the others being Oscar Nemon's 1980 statue of Lord Montgomery and Roberts-Jones's statue of Lord Alanbrooke, erected later in 1993. Slim's bronze statue stands approximately 3 metres (9.8 ft) high on a pedestal of Portland stone.
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