November 28, 2016

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Simple Minds - On The Waterfront b/w Hunter And The Hunted (Live) (1983) - single

"Waterfront" is a 1983 single from Simple Minds, the first release from the album Sparkle in the Rain.
Featuring a new, rockier sound, "Waterfront" scaled the charts in various countries around the world, including hitting #1 for two weeks in New Zealand.
It also reached #13 on the UK Singles Charts. Today, it is a live favorite and is regarded as a Simple Minds signature song.
It features a bass line consisting of a single note (D) throughout.
The version as released on 7" vinyl single (and on the original Now That's What I Call Music compilation) differs from versions available on CD.
The original single didn't feature the repetitive bass-line that leads into the main body of the song, but had a "one,, two, three, four.." drumstick count-in by drummer Mel Gaynor.
It has been used for many years as the song Sheffield Wednesday football club come out to before home matches. The version originally played was a live version, however it has since been changed to the studio recording.


A - On The Waterfront (4:43)
     Written-By – C. Burchill, D. Forbes, J. Kerr, M. Gaynor, M. MacNeil
       Producer – Steve Lillywhite

B - Hunter And The Hunted (Live) (6:00)
       Written-By – C. Burchill, D. Forbes, J. Kerr, M. MacNeil
       Engineer [Live] – Peter Walsh
       Mixed By – Steve Lillywhite
       Recorded By – The Manor Mobile

Companies, etc. 
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Recorded At – Newcastle City Hall
Record Company – Virgin Records
Pressed By – Sonopress

Engineer – Howard Gray
Sleeve – Assorted iMaGes

Release: 1983
Genre: Rock
Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
Label: Virgin Records
Catalog# 105983

Side B: Recorded live at Newcastle City Hall 20.11.82

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