Produced by Warren Doris, this one shares a lot with Affinity’s “Don’t Go Away” and Les Femmes’ “Yes, You Thrill Me” in its space, shimmer and casual incentive to move. All three are pretty good so I can’t really fault Warren Doris here.
Keith Pole’s first release, with his band UXB, “Sting Me”/“Your Starring” is great too but weirdly was only released in the Benelux region via Rainbow/Polygram (as far as I can tell from Discogs and this YouTube comment by Keith). That racks it up to at least three really solid Keith Pole cuts in/around 1983 but then things seem to suddenly dry up for quite a while. Would love to hear more from him from this period in time if it’s out there.
“I really enjoyed playing guitar on this jammy and working with Warren Doris (producer on my hit “Fulfill Your Fantasy” 1985 SuperTronics & Dierdre Hart (vocalist) Also Melissa Bell (backgrounds)”
What a legend. Interestingly, Discogs doesn’t have any versions released on SuperTronics listed and none of the Mango versions credit Keith for guitar or either of the ladies for vocals (although “D. Heart” gets a co-writing credit).