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you've got to give him credit

his music has a clever uniqueness i have enjoyed for many years...but this latest album in particular is a perfect example of his talent. he really knows how to create a melody that resonates. i am a big fan of his from the eighties and with his new work will remain one. i would have really liked to have seen a digital booklet included online.

Glad Nik is Back!

I have admit that I have been a fan of Nik Kershaw since the 80's and have always enjoyed his music. As soon as I saw a new record I had to get it. It was worth every penny. I enjoyed it on the first listen. The best part of the record it gets better after every listen. Hopefully I won't have to wait to long for more music from Mr. Kershaw.

Proof that Nik didn't peak with Wouldn't It Be Good

When Nik Kershaw burst onto the English pop scene in 1984, it was with a bass-heavy jazz-funk sound influenced by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan and Earth, Wind and Fire. 22 years later, Nik's style has veered into Latin and other influences, but one thing hasn't changed: the man is an amazing songwriter and vocalist. The lyrics here have just the right amount of sting to them, and the music continues to challenge preconceived notions about this alleged one hit wonder. Great stuff.


Born: March 01, 1958 in Bristol, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the mid-'80s, Nik Kershaw managed to score a handful of pop hits and, in doing so, establish himself as a profitable commercial songwriter. Kershaw began his musical career by learning to play guitar when he was a teenager. In 1974, he joined his first band, Half Pint Hogg, which played nothing but Deep Purple covers. However, his musical ideas were not limited to heavy metal; after he left school, he joined a jazz-funk band called Fusion. Fusion released one album, 'Til I Hear From You, in...
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