Leisure Process was a short-lived UK band featuring Gary Barnacle and Ross Middleton. Barnacle played all keyboards, tenor saxophone and electric saxophone, and Middleton did vocals and played guitar. "Love Cascade" and "Cashflow" are better known singles, but "A Way You'll Never Be" featured two members of Level 42: Mark King on bass & drums and Phil Gould on drums. Barnacle has returned the favour by contributing sax to a number of Level 42 songs over the years. The track was produced by the famous Martin Rushent (Human League, Joy Division, Rezillos, etc). King's fabulous slap bass line and Gould's pulsing drums combined with Barnacle's electronic sax give this track an early Level 42 vibe worth a listen. Long out-of-print and hard to find.
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