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Cee Farrow

Inquiries and discussions about new wave artists and what happened to them.

Postby dazzleships » Sun Oct 16, 2005 5:03 pm

Greetings board!

I have been a Cee Farrow follower since the beginning. I actually first saw Cee on MTV with the Should I Love You video, incredible. After that, I found the 12 inch to the single and later the album Red and Blue. I have 6 cassette copies and 8 vinyl lps just for back ups, ha! Kept thinking it would be reissued on CD, no way. Don't Ask Why was released on a 12 and 7 inch as was Should I Love You. As stated with others, he resurfaced in 91 with video and CD single of Imagination. I actually called the recording studio and label Graphite until I got someone who knew him. I was talking to this guy who said he was a producer there. He asked what I thought of the single for about 5-6 minutes along with other questions.
I heard someone in the background yell let's go Chris! The smokey smooth voice was totally Cee........I am sure of it. Anyway, by best accounts, jliscorpio has the most current and accurate info that I have tracked on Cee.

Since I am a graphic designer by trade, I am doing a tribute website. Anyone interested in help gather content? Email me at gmorgan@morganmohon.com.

Another tidbit is that Cee was trained in design. He did over a dozen album covers for Rochshire, Graphite artists including his own.

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Postby IWantMyMTV » Sun Oct 16, 2005 6:45 pm

Welcome Dazzle!

Keep us informed about your Cee Farrow tribute site.

Sounds Cool!


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Postby nowhere girl » Tue Oct 18, 2005 6:05 am

Hi, Dazzle, welcome to the NWO! I am looking forward to seeing your site. I wish that I had more info to contribute, but the info in this thread was the most that I have found. Let us know how the site is going when it is set up.

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Postby deethelurker » Mon Oct 31, 2005 12:14 pm

Dude, this really sucks about Cee Farrow. "Should I Love You" is one of the few rare '80s New Wave songs I've been able to get my (former Fifties teenager) mom to listen to that she also likes. She even sang along to the "should I, should I love you forever, should I, should I love you" parts when I played it for her on my vehicle's CD player (having burned an audio CD of some selected rare New Wave tracks). I guess it's one of those songs that transcends generations. RIP Cee Farrow.

Also, good luck to you, dazzleships, on your Cee Farrow tribute site!
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Postby kennyvh » Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:33 pm

I'm sad to hear about Cee Farrow's passing. I first saw Should I love you video in a Dance Club back in the 80's and have been a fan ever since. I have tried without success to find the "Should I love you" on Vinyl, Cd or whatever with no luck. Anyone know how or where I can find this priceless gem?
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Postby IWantMyMTV » Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:45 pm

Check your E-mail Kenny

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Postby Krakatoa » Fri Mar 10, 2006 10:31 am

Greg,

Are you still working on the tribute site? Somewhere I have a Cee Farrow concert poster let me know if you need me to dig it up and scan / take a photo of it for you.

[i]Originally posted by dazzleships[/i]
<br>Greetings board!

I have been a Cee Farrow follower since the beginning. I actually first saw Cee on MTV with the Should I Love You video, incredible. After that, I found the 12 inch to the single and later the album Red and Blue. I have 6 cassette copies and 8 vinyl lps just for back ups, ha! Kept thinking it would be reissued on CD, no way. Don't Ask Why was released on a 12 and 7 inch as was Should I Love You. As stated with others, he resurfaced in 91 with video and CD single of Imagination. I actually called the recording studio and label Graphite until I got someone who knew him. I was talking to this guy who said he was a producer there. He asked what I thought of the single for about 5-6 minutes along with other questions.
I heard someone in the background yell let's go Chris! The smokey smooth voice was totally Cee........I am sure of it. Anyway, by best accounts, jliscorpio has the most current and accurate info that I have tracked on Cee.

Since I am a graphic designer by trade, I am doing a tribute website. Anyone interested in help gather content? Email me at gmorgan@morganmohon.com.

Another tidbit is that Cee was trained in design. He did over a dozen album covers for Rochshire, Graphite artists including his own.

“Backwards also moves forwards...backwards, backwards...”
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