Paul Young releases ‘The Secret of Association,’ his second album that features ‘Everytime You Go Away’ (1985)

Paul Young’s ‘The Secret of Association’ feat. ‘Everytime You Go Away’ is his second album produced by Laurie Latham and released on March 25, 1985 by Columbia.

Track Listing : 1.Bite The Hand That Feeds (Billy Livsey, Graham Lyle) – 04:29 . 2.Everytime You Go Away (Daryl Hall) – 05:24 . 3.I’M Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down (Earl Randle) – 05:06 . 4.Standing On The Edge (Andrew Barfield) – 04:32 . 5.Soldier’S Things (Tom Waits) – 06:20 . 6.Everything Must Change (Paul Young, Ian Kewley) – 05:34 . 7.Tomb Of Memories (Paul Young, Ian Kewley) – 05:42 . 8.One Step Forward (Paul Young, Ian Kewley) – 03:15 . 9.Hot Fun (Paul Young, Ian Kewley) – 03:52 . 10.This Means Anything (Paul Young, Ian Kewley) – 03:41

Musicians : Paul Young – Vocals . Steve Bolton – Guitar . Marc Chantereau – Percussion . B.J. Cole – Pedal Steel . Mark Feltham – Bass Harmonica . Matt Irving – Keyboard Bass . Ian Kewley – Dx-7, Emulator, Fairlight, Ob Xa, Organ (Hammond), Piano . Paul Nieman – Trombone . Pino Palladino – Guitar (Bass), Stick . Big Jim Paterson – Trombone . Nicky Payne – Saxophone . Mark Pinder – Drums, Metal Percussion, Percussion . Graham Preskett – Violin . Johnny Turnbull – Guitar . Glenn Tilbrook – Vocals (Background) . Jimmy Chambers – Vocals (Background) . George Chandler – Vocals (Background) . Chris Difford – Vocals (Background) . Ged Doherty – Vocals (Background) . Tony Jackson – Vocals (Background)

Production : Produced By Laurie Latham . Laurie Latham, Ian Kewley . Peter Hammond – Mixing

Arrangements : Laurie Latham, Ian Kewley

Package : Val Jennings – Sleeve Design . Simon Fowler – Photography . Rob O’Connor – Art Direction . Alan Robinson – Liner Notes

Recorded 1984-85.

Released On March 25, 1985 By Columbia.

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THE HACKSKEPTIC’S VIEW
The singles here are carefully crafted and well performed. To choose an obscure album track from a 1980 Hall & Oates album (“Every Time You Go Away”), shows he has an ear for a good song, and along with “Everything Must Change”, is perfectly good pop/soul. […]

Then Play Long
But otherwise the tempo is slow – and occasionally non-existent – and the mood superficially reflective. But although Association is less showy a record than Parlez, I think that it is a considerably deeper one […]

Robert Christgau
Young writes as well as Boz ever did and is smart enough to go elsewhere for the meaty lyrics he loves, including two antiwar songs […]

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