Monday, 10 May 2010

May this be your last sorrow - Banderas

To this day, I am still mystified as to why the Banderas only ever recorded one album. Their music was accessible, the voice of Caroline Buckley sounded a lot like Madonna's - except better - and their album 'Ripe' was one of the best records of 1991 - in my opinion of course.

'May this be your last sorrow' was the third and last single drawn from that album, and this promotional 12" single features one remix that wasn't included on the commercially available cd-single. The 'Jimmy Phensic mix' isn't that wonderful, but still, it's an exclusive track.

My collection: 12" single no. 220
Found: Big Company Records, London, October 1992
Cost: 3 pounds
Tracks: 'May this be your last sorrow (7")', 'May this be your last sorrow (Less Stress 12") / 'May this be your last sorrow (Smith & Mighty - The Original Plan mix)', 'May this be your last sorrow (Smith & Mighty - The Jimmy Phensic mix)'

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