Forever Now (Level 42 song)
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|Single by Level 42|
|from the album Forever Now|
|Songwriter(s)||Musker, Darbyshire, King|
|Level 42 singles chronology|
"Forever Now" is a song released in 1994 by the British musical group Level 42. Is the first single of the album with the same name Forever Now.
The song is released as single in the same year of 1994. The release was accomplished in the United Kingdom (peak in #19 on the UK single charts), and other four countries: Germany (peak in #51), Mexico, The Netherlands (peak in #31) and Australia.
The music video is encouraged in contemporary, he has strong lines of Jazz, in discharge in the year of 1994, is directed by Nigel Simpkiss.
- Mark King - Bass/Vocals
- Mike Lindup - Keyboards/Vocals
- Phil Gould - Drums
- Wally Badarou - Keyboards
- Danny Blume - Guitars
- Gary Barnacle - Saxophones
- John Thirkell, Derek Watkins and Stuart Brooks - Trumpets
- Richard Edwards - Trombone