Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Pale shelter - Tears for fears

Tears for Fears released 'Pale Shelter' as a single three times. The first edition - this one - was produced by Mike Howlett and was released as the band's second single, after their debut single 'Suffer the children'. Both tracks of this single would appear on the band's debut album 'The hurting', but in re-recorded versions.

About the lyric, Roland Orzabal said: 'It's a kind of a love song, though more referring to one's parents than to a girl'. The title of the song is a reference to "Pale Shelter Scene", a 1941 drawing by British sculptor Henry Moore.

My collection: 7" single no. 2536
Found: Beanos, East Croydon, London, November 1, 1995
Cost: 2 pounds
Tracks: 'Pale shelter (You don't give me love)' / 'The prisoner'


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