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The Early Tapes (July/August 1980) aka Strategy Studio album by Level 42 Released 1982 Recorded July - August 1980 Genre Jazz-funk fusion, Rock Label Polydor Records Producer Andy Sojka Level 42 chronology Level 42 (1981) Strategy (1982) The Pursuit of Accidents (1982) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Q [2] Originally intended to be released by Elite Records and titled Strategy, The Early Tapes (July/August 1980) is the second album released, but first to be recorded, by the British group Level 42. The band subsequently signed to Polydor, who bought the masters from Elite and issued it in March 1982. It features Level 42's first two singles - "Love Meeting Love" (UK #61) and "(Flying On The) Wings Of Love" (UK #76). Contents 1 Tracks 2 Personnel 3 Releases 4 Charts 4.1 Album 5 References 6 External links Tracks "Sandstorm" (Badarou, King) – 4:41 "Love Meeting Love" (Gould, King) – 6:24 "Theme to Margaret" (King) – 3:59 "Autumn (Paradise Is Free)" (King) – 4:45 "Wings of Love" (Badarou, Gould, Gould, King) – 6:58 "Woman" (Lindup) – 4:38 "Mr. Pink" (Badarou, King) – 5:08 "88" (King) – 5:11 Personnel Mark King – Bass Guitar, Percussion, Vocals on "Love Meeting Love" & "Autumn (Paradise is Free)", Chant Vocals on "88" Mike Lindup – Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals on "Wings of Love", Chant Vocals on "88" Boon Gould – Guitars, Alto Saxophone Phil Gould – Drums, Percussion Plus: Wally Badarou – Prophet 5 and inspiration Leroy Williams – Percussion (Courtesy EMI) Dave Chambers – Tenor and Soprano Saxophone Releases Year Type Label 1982 LP Polydor 1986 LP Polydor 1986 CS Polydor 1986 CD Polydor 1990 CD Polygram 1993 CD Polydor 2004 CD Universal/Spectrum 2006 CD Universal 2007 CD Polydor Charts Album Year Chart Position 1982 UK album charts #46 References ^ Cooper, William. "Allmusic review". Allmusic. All Media Guide. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r43066. Retrieved 2011-06-24.  ^ Ian Harrison Q, May 2007, Issue 250. External links Level 42 Official Website v · d · eLevel 42 Mark King · Mike Lindup · Gary Husband · Nathan King · Sean Freeman Rowland "Boon" Gould · Phil Gould · Dominic Miller · Paul Gendler · Neil Conti · Steve Topping · Alan Murphy · Allan Holdsworth · Jakko Jakszyk · Gavin Harrison · Lyndon Connah · Pete Ray Biggin Studio albums Level 42 · The Early Tapes · The Pursuit of Accidents · Standing in the Light · True Colours · World Machine · Running in the Family · Staring at the Sun · Guaranteed · Forever Now · Retroglide Live albums A Physical Presence · The River Sessions · Live At Wembley · Greatest Hits Live Tour · Retroglide Tour Compilations Level Best · The Very Best Of Level 42 · The Definitive Collection · Past Lives - The Best Of The RCA Years Videos Live at Wembley 1986 · Family of Five (Video singles 1980-1987) · The Ultimate Collection (Video singles & making of, 1980-1989) · Live At The Apollo · Retroglide Tour (Live at the New Oxford Theatre, 2006) Singles "Sandstorm" · "Love Meeting Love" · "Love Games" · "Turn It On" · "Starchild" · "Weave your Spell" · "Are You Hearing (What I Hear)?" · "The Chinese Way" · "Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind" · "The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up)" · "Micro-Kid" · "Hot Water" · "The Chant Has Begun" · "A Physical Presence" · "Something About You" · "Leaving Me Now" · "Lessons in Love" · "Running in the Family" · "To Be With You Again" · "It's Over" · "Children Say" · "Heaven in My Hands" · "Take a Look" · "Tracie" · "Take Care of Yourself" · "Guaranteed" · "Overtime" · "My Father's Shoes" · "Forever Now" · "All Over You" · "Love In A Peaceful World" · "The Way Back Home" Related articles Discography · Band members · Tower 42 · Jazz-Funk · One Man · Polydor · RCA · M · Wally Badarou · Mike Vernon · Larry Dunn · Verdine White · Ken Scott