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LAID BACK's first LP (1981) on CD soon

LAID BACK's first LP (1981) on CD soon

Postby discoginfo » Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:44 am

From Laid Back's fb page 19 Jan:
"This year Laid Back celebrate 40 years anniversary. 40 years ago we released our first single, Maybe I’m Crazy on a German label.
It became a hit especially in Denmark. Included on our first album titled “Laid Back” 1981.
First celebration this year; a remastering of “Laid Back” including extra bonus tracks.
Among others, the original first 4 track version of Bolivia.
Will also be available on CD. Stay tuned for more celebrations to come."

Hmm I thought their first single came out 1980?
It was recorded in April/May 1979 though, and mixed etc Sep/Oct 1979.

In any case, great news!
I hope it will include the Original Full Length Vinyl Single Version of "We Don't Do It" and the
Original Full Length Vinyl LP Version of "Take Me Home"
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