BMG/PAL Productions Ltd re-issued Jason Donovan’s classic 1990 PWL album, ‘Between The Lines’ in August 2017. Containing 21 tracks, this release is available via Amazon and other music retailers.
BMG is bringing gems from the PWL catalog, featuring classic hits like ‘The Loco-motion’ by Kylie Minogue and ‘Too Many Broken Hearts’ by Jason Donovan, to streaming services for the first time since their release in the 1980s.
Songs from the PWL catalog that are now available on streaming platforms via BMG include Sonia’s Number One ‘You’ll Never Stop Me From Loving You’ and chart hits by Angry Anderson, Lonnie Gordon, Sybil, Princess, and many more.
Key Tracks of the PWL Catalog Now Available
Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan – ‘Especially For You‘
Sonia – ‘You’ll Never Stop Me From Loving You‘
West End feat Sybil – ‘The Love I Lost‘
Angry Anderson – ‘Suddenly’
Lonnie Gordon – ‘Happening All Over Again‘
Sybil – ‘When I’m Good And Ready‘
Princess – ‘Say I’m Your Number One‘
The Reynolds Girls – ‘I’d Rather Jack‘
Stock Aitken Waterman – ‘Roadblock’
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This week the 2017 Brit Awards will be held at the O2 in London. 29 years ago this happened…
And of course this legendary performance took place on the very same night…
Pete discussed this performance on his ‘Back to My Roots’ BBC Radio show this week, You can hear what he said about it – and the BBC’s reaction to it – here.
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The Coventry-born entrepreneur, who has sold over 500 million records during his 40 year career, will be awarded Fellowship of the RNCM (FRNCM) alongside alumnus Alasdair Tait, Chief Executive of the Young Classical Artists’ Trust, and award-winning composer Professor Gary Carpenter for services to music.
Professor Linda Merrick, RNCM Principal, said: ‘The RNCM is one of the world’s leading conservatoires, not only for gifted classical musicians, but for talented popular music students too.
‘Every day our students take inspiration from professional tutors, performers and industry experts from all over the world, and it is a pleasure to be able to acknowledge the incredible achievements of Pete Waterman, Alasdair Tait and Gary Carpenter in this way.’
Pete, Alasdair and Gary will be awarded their Fellowships at the College’s Congregation of Awards in December when the RNCM will also present Honorary Membership (HonRNCM) to Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester, Susan Baines, RNCM Vice-Principal (Operations), and Dr Howard Keable, who retires as Secretary of the RNCM Board of Governors later this year.