Little Bit of Snow

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"Little Bit of Snow"
Single by Howard Jones
from the album One To One
Released 21 March 1987
Format 7", 12", cassette
Genre New wave
Length 4:30
Label WEA
Songwriter(s) Howard Jones
Producer(s) Arif Mardin
Howard Jones singles chronology
"You Know I Love You... Don't You?"
(1986)
"Little Bit of Snow"
(1987)
"Everlasting Love"
(1989)
"You Know I Love You... Don't You?"
(1986)
"Little Bit of Snow"
(1987)
"Everlasting Love"
(1989)

"Little Bit Of Snow" was a 1987 single taken from British singer-songwriter Howard Jones' third studio album, One To One. No video was made to promote the single, which reached number 70 in the UK Singles Chart.[1] The song was not released as a single in the U.S.

Jones donated the song to the 1986 Anti-Heroin Project charity album, It's a Live-In World. The use of the word snow in the lyrics referred to cocaine. It was the first of Jones' singles to be released on cassette. While not a huge success in the UK charts the track did reach top 40 in Ireland and the 12" contains two orchestral versions of hide and seek and hunger for the flesh, which were recorded at Abbey Road studios.

Track listing[edit]

7"

  • "Little Bit Of Snow" – 4:30
  • "Let It Flow" – 3:47

12"/cassette

  • "Little Bit Of Snow" – 4:30
  • "Let It Flow" – 3:47
  • "Will You Still Be There" (New Version) – 4:37
  • "Hunger For The Flesh" (Orchestral) - 4:58
  • "Hide and Seek" (Orchestral) – 7:09

Charts[edit]

Chart (1987) Peak
position
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[2] 70

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 289. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  2. ^ "Archive Chart: 1987-03-21" UK Singles Chart.

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