Captured - Dexter Wansel

Captured
For the first time Dexter Wansel’s "Captured” album is available on CD.
After recording four albums for Philadelphia International including the classic ‘Life On Mars’, Dexter moved labels to 10 Records part of Virgin Records.
The "Captured” album was originally released in 1986 and featured the vocal talents of The Jones Girls (Shirley, Brenda & Valorie), Pearl Williams Jones, Bunny Sigler & Cynthia Biggs
The reissue includes the 12” version of the single ‘Captured’ as a bonus track featuring the Jones Girls, and sleeve notes by Christian John Wikane plus interviews with Shirley and Brenda Jones (Jones Girls), and Cynthia Biggs.
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDMRED525
Weight: 200
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1. CAPTURED.
2. DO WHAT YOU WANNA DO.
3. THE YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY.
4. HEART ON THE LINE.
5. EACH MOMENT
6. CONVERSATIONS
7. TURN ME ON
8. NAM (I CAN’T SLEEP AT NIGHT)
9. IN THE WIND
10. EAST MEETS WEST.
11. CAPTURED (EXTENDED 12” VERSION)
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