Marilyn – Calling Your Name (12″)

“Bloody Gender Benders!” my Dad would shout at the telly when this came on. “What does she look like!” So this was Phonogram marketing department attempt to rival Boy George and Culture Club.

Continuing  with more cheesy 80’s and this debut release (and major international hit) from Peter Anthony Robinson. The 12″ has more synth than I remembered on the original release with Langer and Winstanley producing it giving it a Motown vibe with help of backing vocals by Claudia Fontaine

The B-side does a good impression of Wham and isn’t a bad slice of pop, produced by keyboardist Roger Jackson ( who was in Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians)

Phonogram ‎– MAZ 112callingfrontcov

A Calling Your Name
B Move Together

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