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Changes 2

by Mike Lindup

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Renato Bass Lover
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Renato Bass Lover Wonderful new Music from a lifelong favourite, always joyful and soulful. A unique voice on the Rhodes electric piano, a Master of the synthesizer and of course those lush vocals! Warmly recommended without hesitation to new fans and long time followers alike. Superb bass work from the very lovely and supremely talented Yolanda Charles! ❤️🎵 Really, REALLY looking forward to the Jazz Cafe gig on 16 December 2023! Thank you, Mike! 🙏🏻
Stefan Pavcovich
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Stefan Pavcovich Can’t decide for one track only… maybe right now Atlantia, Time to let go and Courage to change are the 3 that i like more, i feel Mike‘s soul into them, my favorite tracks anyway.
michael mcdonald
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michael mcdonald no lie just buying this for the omar feature
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rockings14 It maybe a cliche, but Changes 2 has been worth the wait! Superb songwriting, musicianship, interesting arrangements and some great guests such as Omar and even John Culshaw! Like mining a musical vault, I am still digging out musical gems from this album, just like I did from the original Changes album, all those years ago! Buy this album if you can, I guarantee it is One In A Million and I Saw You In My Dreams, A Pharaoh's Dream of a track and groove! Magical stuff Mike! Favorite track: I Saw You In My Dreams (feat. Omar).
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ideal_airman Listening now to the first track and it is utterly perfect in every way. You have done it, Mike. This so right! Favorite track: Atlantia.
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lordfunkster Mike lindup,Omar, Yolanda Charles, Tony Momrelle etc. What could possibly go wrong? absolutely nothing and the music sounds delicious!
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Atlantia 05:55
All For Love 05:44
All As One 09:44


Changes 2, the pioneering new album by legendary vocalist, keys player and composer Mike Lindup.

A remarkably engaging body of work with wide-ranging elements, Changes 2 plots a course through upfront soul, deep funk, jazz riffs and disco vibes, tied together with the melodic magic and engaging lyrics for which Mike Lindup is widely known.

As an internationally renowned musician with decades of achievements and accolades, Mike Lindup’s outstanding career has taken him on a unique journey. With the band Level 42, he consolidated a place in music history with some of the greatest hits of the era, gaining a dedicated fanbase that see the band still touring to this day. As a soloist, the first Changes album and a notable release on Naim records, as well as his work with UK/Brazilian outfit Da Lata, have all allowed further development of a burgeoning creativity, now ultimately culminating in Changes 2 – an enthralling representation of where Mike Lindup is today.

Changes 2 features various excellent guest artists that demonstrate the diverse nature of the album, including the stellar vocals of Omar and Tony Momrelle, bass magic from Yolanda Charles, funk-fuelled dance remixes from Dave Lee and the inimitable Louis Vega and even an appearance from the comedian and impressionist Jon Culshaw! All of these talented individuals enhance the project greatly, making valuable contributions to Mike Lindup’s distinguished work.

Speaking about the album, Mike Lindup says: “Changes – so many since I began recording this album, and as the saying goes, the one thing you can be sure of in this life. During the four years of making this album I’ve been reflecting on the world as I see it, the actors and actions on this grand stage of life, love, death, prejudice, politics, separation, longing, hopes and dreams. Musically, many of the seeds of these songs took hold a while ago and wouldn’t let go, but to be fulfilled they needed input and inspiration from my producers Toni and Mike, and the talents of the singers and musicians that are featured within. My wish is that some of these themes will resonate with you.”

With Gilles Peterson, undoubtedly one of the UK’s most influential DJ’s and tastemakers describing Mike Lindup as “one of his all-time favourite vocalists” and high praise from many other leading music broadcasters and writers, Changes 2 is set to become an important release in this year’s cultural diaspora, destined to be enjoyed by a multitude of discerning music lovers the world over.


released July 28, 2023

M. Lindup / M. Patto / T. Economides
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Prophet 5, Sequential Rev 2, Arturia Prophet V, Grand piano, Rhodes, Hi-hats, Percussion
Mike Patto – Additional keyboards, Vocal arrangements
Toni Economides – Drum programming
Vanessa Freeman – Backing vocals Lucita Jules – Backing vocals
Yolanda Charles – Electric bass
Allan Salmon – Guitars
Nichol Thomson – Trombones
Tom Walsh – Trumpets

Time To Let Go
M. Lindup / M. Patto / T. Economides
Mike Lindup – Vocals, Novation A Station, Korg Mono/Poly,
Moog Bass, Prophet 5, Drums, Percussion, Tongue drum, Bees and birds Alex Hutchings – Guitar
Mike Patto – Backing vocals, Wurlitzer, Additional keyboards, Roland RE-301 operation
Toni Economides – Drum programming, Roland RE-301

You Can’t Just Live As An Island
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Rhodes, Roland Juno 106, Clavinet, Moog bass, Drums Mike Patto – Keyboards, Vocal arrangements Toni Economides – Drum programming Vanessa Freeman – Backing vocals
Lucita Jules – Backing vocals Yolanda Charles – Electric bass
Allan Salmon – Guitars
Satin Singh – Percussion Nichol Thomson – Trombones
Tom Walsh – Trumpets

Could It Really Be?
(feat. Tony Momrelle and Alex Wilson)
M. Lindup / T. Momrelle
Tony Momrelle – Lead and backing vocals
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Wurlitzer, Rhodes, Solina strings, Korg Mono/Poly, Synth programming, Drums
Mike Patto – Synths
Toni Economides – Drum programming
Ernie McKone – Electric bass
Alex Wilson – Grand piano
Edwin Sanz – Timbales, Congas, Latin percussion

All For Love
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead vocals, Piano, Rhodes, Synth programming Sumudu Jayatilaka – Backing vocals
Dominic Miller – Steel string acoustic guitar
Nicolas Fiszman – Electric and acoustic bass, Nylon guitar
Manu Katché – Drums
Chris Franck – Percussion
Mike Patto – Roland Juno 106, Keyscape programming
World Is Ready (feat. Ursula Rucker)
M. Lindup / U. Rucker
Ursula Rucker – Lead spoken/sung vocals
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Prophet 5, Vocoder, Mini Moog, Moog bass, Korg Mono/Poly, Rhythm programming
Sumudu Jayatilaka – Backing vocals
Mark King – Electric bass
Miles Bould – Drums
Allan Salmon - Guitar
Mike Patto – Additional keyboards, programming
Toni Economides – Additional programming

Teflon Don (feat. Jon Culshaw)
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Rhodes, Piano, Prophet 5, Hi-hats and cymbals
Jon Culshaw – Character interjections
Mike Patto – Vocal arrangements, Whistling
Neville Malcolm – Electric bass
Allan Salmon – Guitars
Toni Economides – Drum and Sound Effects programming
Mike, Mike, Jon, and Toni - Handclaps

David (Goodbye To You)
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Synth pads, Piano, Hammond organ
Sumudu Jayatilaka – Backing vocals
Miles Bould - Drums, Congas, Percussion
Alex Hutchings - Guitar, Boss SY-300 Synth guitar
Robin Mullarkey - Fretless electric bass
Mike Patto - Atmospheric keyboards, Programming
Toni Economides – Drum programming

Fragile Heart
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals
Mike Patto – Backing vocals
Dominic Miller – Acoustic guitars
Santiago Arias - Bandoneón
Neville Malcolm – Acoustic bass
Chris Franck – Percussion
Toni Economides – Sound effects

All As One
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead vocals, Rhodes, Mini Moog, Moog bass, Synth pad, E-Dulcimer, Hi-hat
Mike Patto – Backing vocals, Synth programming
Satin Singh – Percussion
Allan Salmon - Guitar
Toni Economides – Drum programming, Sound effects

I Saw You In My Dreams (feat. Omar)
M. Lindup
Omar Lye-Fook – Lead vocal
Mike Lindup – Backing vocals, Rhodes, Prophet 5, Solina Strings, Moog bass Allan Salmon – Guitar
Yolanda Charles – Electric bass
Satin Singh – Percussion
Mike Patto – Keyboard programming
Toni Economides – Drum programming

Courage To Change
M. Lindup
Mike Lindup – Lead and backing vocals, Prophet 5, Synth Pads,
Mike Patto – Additional keyboards, Keyboard and Drum programming Allan Salmon – Guitars
Yolanda Charles – Electric bass
Toni Economides – Drum programming

Produced by Tony Economides and Mike Patto
Engineered and Mixed by Tony Economides
Recorded and Mixed at Bambu Music, Wood Green
Additional Recording at Matt Cooper's Studio, Greenford

Mastered by Clinton McCreery at Bambu Music
Additional Mastering by Neil Pickles at Revealsound
Album compiled by Nigel Palmer at Lowland Masters
Mike Lindup is published by SGO Music Publishing Ltd (BMG)
Toni Economides is published by Papa Music (admin District 6 Music Publishing Ltd)
Mike Patto is published by District 6 Music Publishing Ltd
Tony Momrelle is published by Three Wise Men (BMG)
Ursula Rucker is published by U Sun Publishing (ASCAP)


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Mike Lindup Scotland, UK

Keyboardist, vocalist and composer. Founder member of Brit Funk legends Level 42 and successful solo artist.

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