The Levellers BPI Award Mouth to Mouth
This is a fantastic Levellers BPI music award for the album "Mouth to Mouth" It was awarded to the producer of the album Jon Kelly to recognise the sales of more than 100.000 copies of the China Records Album "Mouth to Mouth" by The Levellers in 1998. These don't come on the market very often and is a rare and special item for any fan of The Levellers.
The Levellers Bibliography
The Levellers are an English folk rock band formed in Brighton, England in 1988, consisting of Mark Chadwick (guitar and vocals), Jeremy Cunningham (bass guitar), Charlie Heather (drums), Jon Sevink (violin), Simon Friend (guitar and vocals), and Matt Savage (keyboards).
They took their name from the Levellers political movement, the band released their first EP in 1989 and LP in 1990, with international success following upon signing to China Records and the release of their second album Levelling the Land. The band were among the most popular indie bands in Britain in the early 1990s, and headlined at the Glastonbury Festival in 1994, where they performed on The Pyramid Stage to a crowd of 300,000 people. This was, and still is the festival's record crowd.
They are described as having "a left wing view of politics", they continue to record and tour.
Mouth to Mouth Bibliography.
In late 1996 and early 1997 they recorded the album Mouth to Mouth. Their first gigs in several months coincided with the Labour Party's landslide general election victory on 1 May 1997, one being held at Manchester Academy and a second at London's Brixton Academy the following night. During the Summer of 1997 the band play at various festivals in the UK and Europe including a return to Glastonbury Festival, playing an afternoon slot on the Pyramid Stage.
These gigs previewed several new songs including "What a Beautiful Day", which became the first single release from Mouth to Mouth and reached No. 13 on the UK chart. The album was finally released in August 1997 and entered the UK Albums Chart at No. 5. The album spawned several more singles, "Celebrate", "Dog Train" and "Too Real", the last of which had an accompanying video directed by cult film director, Alex Cox. in the Uk
This is a rare and very collectable piece of The Levellers Signed Memorabilia, it's the fifth Album released by The Levellers and a BPI award, celebrating sales of over 100,000, awarded to the producer of the album Jon Kelly.
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Dimensions; 41cm H x 41cm W x 3cm D