Point Of View

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Cat. Number: BEWITH036LP

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Marti Caine’s infamous Point Of View is a groovy blend of slow-mo funk, dark disco and precise pop. Originally released on BBC Records in 1981, it has attracted a considerable cult following this century. Featuring expert liner notes written by Bill Brewster – perhaps the record’s most notable champion – this lovingly curated release is limited to just 500 copies.

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Marti Caine’s infamous Point Of View is a groovy blend of slow-mo funk, dark disco and precise pop. Originally released on BBC Records in 1981, it has attracted a considerable cult following this century. Featuring expert liner notes written by Bill Brewster – perhaps the record’s most notable champion – this lovingly curated release is limited to just 500 copies.

The outlandish artwork – presenting a striking, green-eyed Marti treating a tiger to a headlock – has been faithfully restored and is arguably worth the price of admission alone. With access to the original tape transfers, Simon Francis’ sensitive mastering elevates the sound throughout and, as ever, it has been pressed at a reassuringly weighty 180g.

A1 - Can I Speak To The World Please?
A2 - I'll Never See You Again
A3 - Bitch Is Love
A4 - Love Is Running Through Me
A5 - Who
B1 - Love The Way You Love Me
B2 - You Pick Me Up (And Put Me Down)
B3 - Snowbird City
B4 - Tin Heart And The Rebel
B5 - Too Much Between Us

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