Bananarama, "Long Train Running" Import Single (1991). Front cover image. Pop, euro-synth, flamenco. A-side is a collaboration with Gipsy Kings.
Bananarama, "Long Train Running" Import Single (1991). Back cover image. Pop, euro-synth, flamenco. A-side is a collaboration with Gipsy Kings.
Bananarama, "Long Train Running" Import Single (1991). Silver-injection record labels image. Pop, euro-synth, flamenco. A-side is a collaboration with Gipsy Kings.
Modern Soul Records

Bananarama "Long Train Running" Single (1991)

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Details: Used 7" record UK import single. Some bending on the sleeve but in otherwise great condition. Member Siobahn Fahey left the band for this (their fifth) album and Bananarama used two alternate singers, Jacquie O'Sullivan, and backing vocalist (and UK solo pop singer) Zoë. Most album tracks were also produced by Killing Joke's bassist, and the Fireman member, Youth. 

Description: "The album [Pop Life] was a departure from their previous albums as it incorporates a much more diverse range of musical genres, including flamenco guitar (a cover of the Doobie Brothers song "Long Train Running" featuring Alma de Noche, a pseudonym for the Gipsy Kings), retro-rock ("Only Your Love", "Outta Sight"), acid house ("Tripping on Your Love"), reggae ("What Colour R the Skies Where U Live?"), experimental club ("Megalomaniac"), and their hallmark Euro-disco sound ("Preacher Man", "Ain't No Cure").

Grade: VG+ (cover) / NM (record)

Tracklisting Side A:

1. Long Train Running

Tracklisting Side B:

1. Outta Sight