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LOST & FOUND

No.45

BETWEEN TWO FIRES

PAUL YOUNG

Paul Young’s tail was up in 1986. Now aged 30, engaged, wealthy and established; confidence was telling him to branch out from being mainly a covers artist.

He co-wrote all bar two of the offerings on Between Two Fires, his third album, recorded in Milan, and dispensed with the stability of producer Laurie Latham in order to take a slice of the job for himself.

Young’s earnest baritone delivers an imploring verse and joyous multi-tracked chorus on opener Some People, while War Games has a nice disco feel to it and Wonderland – the only hit single – is a lyrically sanguine slowburner, with the drums finally gatecrashing things, noisily, after more than three minutes.

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Issue 45 of Classic Pop magazine is on sale now! In the latest issue our cover stars are Boy George and Culture Club – we grab an in-depth interview with the iconic singer and guitarist Roy Hay as the band return with their first studio album in almost 20 years. We also find out what life was like inside Prince's backing group The Revolution from band member Lisa Coleman and hear from the Purple One's archivist Michael Howe about further unreleased material from the legendary singer. Need a buyer's guide to Pet Shop Boys? We look at the duo's complete career in our Lowdown feature. Former Fairground Attraction frontwoman Eddi Reader tells us all about her new album Cavalier and we also meet Sister Sledge who look back on their disco heyday. New albums from Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, Blancmange and Neneh Cherry get the once-over alongside reissues by Yazoo, Pixies, Cocteau Twins, David Sylvian and much more. We also review live shows including Gabrielle, Simple Minds and The Proclaimers. Enjoy the issue!