Touch and Go (Magazine song)
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|"Touch and Go"|
|Single by Magazine|
|A-side||Touch and Go|
|Released||14 April 1978|
|Writer(s)||Howard Devoto, John McGeoch|
|Magazine singles chronology|
Unlike with previous single "Shot By Both Sides", the band recorded "Touch and Go" with their complete five-man lineup including (ex-St. Louis Union) keyboardist Dave Formula, who had joined shortly after the release of the first single. However, "Touch and Go" was also the last single to feature original drummer Martin Jackson, who left in July 1978, after a British tour, subsequently replaced by Paul Spencer, who lasted a short time and was then replaced by John Doyle. Jackson later joined The Chameleons and Swing Out Sister.
A promo video was released for the song.
- "Touch and Go" (Devoto/McGeoch) – 2:50
- "Goldfinger" (Barry/Bricusse/Newley) – 3:20
- "Magazine - Touch And Go (Vinyl)". Discogs.com. 1978-04-14. Retrieved 2016-10-14.