James Warren. Now you know who is behind "Everybody's Got
To Learn Sometime" (dum/dum/dum), The Korgis'
1980 hit single
which, to date, has been covered over 30 times. And David Lord
was responsible for the big arrangement and strings on the original
back then. He has also mixed James's latest album,
"Innocent Bystander", proving their enduring partnership.
For the record, James's earliest incarnation was as a member of the
pop/prog band Stackridge who opened (and closed) the first ever
Glastonbury Festival!
For more information on James and Stackridge, please visit
www.stackridge.net
For James and The Korgis, please visit www.thekorgis.com And this makes for a very interesting read. "Everybody's Got To
Learn Sometime"
, has its own Wikipedia page, here:
Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime David Lord is a composer, arranger,
performer, producer, engineer...
A multi-talented musician, David
has long been a respected figure in
both classical and popular music.
For more information on David,
please visit www.dlord.co.uk
Sing For Sanity has so far raised £21. Of that, £2.30 went to PayPal, £5.61 to the musicians and £13.09 towards the MindIn Crisis pilot scheme. We need much, much more than that to get us going. Please help bring this service to life. By choosing to listen to (part or all of) this song, you are
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We are raising money to make our dream a reality for us all.
Our dream is to set up and maintain this service because
mental health IS an emergency that needs urgent attention.

The sooner MindIn Crisis becomes an active service, will not
be soon enough!

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