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HOWARD JONES - CHRISTMAS / HOLIDAY CARD SIGNED - HFSID 225643

HOWARD JONES. Christmas Card signed: "Howard Jones" on inside under imprinted greeting, 4p, 8¼x5¾. Color cover depicts Jones.Inside message: "Join us in the running,/love for '92".

Sale Price $108.00

Reg. $120.00

Condition: slightly creased
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HOWARD JONES. Christmas Card signed: "Howard Jones" on inside under imprinted greeting, 4p, 8¼x5¾. Color cover depicts Jones.Inside message: "Join us in the running,/love for '92". On inside cover is imprinted message, in full: "Last year's Christmas card predicting a September '91 release of the new album, proved to be somewhat optimistic, but we are pleased to announce that the new record is finished. Ten songs, over 50 minutes of music, the album is being described as Howard's most important work to date. Produced by Ross Cullum and Howard, and mixed by Bob Clearmountain, expect a release in the Spring of '92. An acoustic outing is planned for '92, followed by a full band tour. See you there. All the best for Christmas and the New Year. David Stopps". Despite the high expectations expressed here, Howard's 1992 album, In the Running, on which he abandoned synthesizers for the piano, did not make the charts. British pop star John Howard Jones (born in 1955), who was known for his synthesizer-infused recordings, had his first hit single, "New Song", which climbed to No. 3 on the British charts, in 1983. His second single, "What is Love", did even better, peaking at No. 2. In the spring of 1984, Jones released his debut album, Humans Lib, which rose to No. 1 in England and became a moderate hit in the U.S. thanks to exposure on MTV. His second album, Dream into Action (1985) was his most successful, with its hit singles "Things Can Only Get Better", "Life in One Day" and "Look Mama". Another track, "No One to Blame", which was remixed and featured on his 1986 album, Action Replay, became Jones' biggest hit. Jones, whose albums also include Cross That Line (1989), Working the Backroom (1994), Live Acoustic America (1996), Peaceful Tour (2002) and Revolution of the Heart (2005), has been a popular touring performer both in Europe and the U.S., and he is a cult figure in his native England. Slightly creased at upper margins. Lightly worn at corners of front cover. Mounting remnant on verso (no show through). Fine condition.

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