Latin Quarter began when ex-printer and Lincoln-born Steve Skaith left Liverpool for London in 1982 to write songs for music publishers Chappell, together with keyboard player Steve Jeffries. Skaith was also working on some rather more radical music with lyrics from an old friend of his called Mike Jones, both were members from the left wing ...
about. Steve Skaith was the singer and co-writer of the band Latin Quarter, best known in the UK for the 80s hit single "Radio Africa" and their collaboration with the Zimbabwean group, the Bhundu Boys in the 90's. They had big hits in continental Europe with "New Millioniares", "America For Beginners", "No Rope as long as Time" and others.
Latin Quarter, British music band. Radio Africa from Modern Times album is their biggest hit. Songwriters Mike Jones and Steve Skaith.
20 de sept. de 2021 · Singer and guitarist Steve Skaith said: “For me it felt good and it took me back not only to the 80’s but even to the 70’s. The song ‘Nightschool’ is about stuff we knew in Liverpool in the 70’s and the song ‘Mandela’s Ghost’ is a rewrite of the lyric ‘Che’s Ghost’.
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