A Kinder Eye
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|"A Kinder Eye"|
|Song by Level 42|
|from the album Guaranteed|
|Songwriter(s)||Mark King, George M. Green|
|Guaranteed track listing|
"A Kinder Eye" is a song written by Mark King and George M. Green dedicated to the memory of Frances Robblee, George Green's mother-in-law.
The song was released in 1991, in the album Guaranteed, album of studio of the British musical group Level 42. The Music speaks about a painter widow, that painted lonely. All their pictures had an expressive face. This painter had an ideal that nor she got to reach. A part of her professional and personal life was transformed by George M. Green with Mark King help and of the musicians of Level 42 in a beautiful song. Allan Holdsworth's solo contributes with the homage message that the song contains.
- Mark King – Bass/Vocals,
- Mike Lindup – Keyboards/Vocals
- Gary Husband – Drums/Vocals/Keyboards
- Allan Holdsworth – Guitar
- Wally Badarou – Keyboards/Vocals
- Gary Barnacle – Saxes