Beijing Spring – We Can Keep This Together – Vinyl 45 rpm single
Brand new, never played
MCA Records 1992
Condition:New with some jacket wear from storage
Beijing Spring was a pop duo formed in 1991 and subsequently signed by Joe Cokell, general manager of marketing at MCA Records UK in June 1991. As reported by The Times the deal was £4m over 5 years. That figure includes £400,000 forwarded to the Sussex-based duo when the deal was closed in June 1991. It does not include the £200,000 reportedly being lavished on the promotion of their single, “I Wanna Be In Love Again”.
The group comprised of Tony Williams (songwriter) and singers Sian Russell and Katrina Stevens. Guitarist Marc ‘Kipper’ Eldridge has gone on to work with a variety of artists and has worked extensively with Sting as producer, programmer, keyboards and vocals.
The group was launched when Tony Williams decided to indulge his songwriting hobby by making demo tapes of some of his tunes. He hired Russell and Stevens to sing on the demos, the intention being to try to sell the songs to major artists. Russell and Stevens, who had not previously worked together, liked the songs enough to persuade Williams to let them “keep them”. Beijing Spring was thus born.
We Can Keep This Together
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