Clive Langer (born 19 June 1954 in Hampstead) is a British record producer active from the mid 1970s onwards. He usually works with Alan Winstanley. He composed the music for the films Still Crazy and Brothers of the Head. Prior to his record producing career he was a guitarist with the British cult band Deaf School
Langer sometimes performs under the alias of 'Cliff Hanger'. After Deaf School, in mid 1977, Langer joined Big in Japan which he suggested to his friend Bill Drummond (later founder of Zoo Records and member of The KLF) to form, but Langer quit shortly afterwards and began a new band, Clive Langer and the Boxes. Their releases were I Want the Whole World, a 12" EP released in 1979 on Radar Records. and Splash!, an album released in 1980 on F-Beat Records.
... still called The Illuminations - had a similar line-up to Clive Langer the Boxes Clive Langer (guitar/sitar), Ian Broudie (guitar), James Eller (bass) Jo Allen and Martin ... (Clive Langer The Boxes consisted of Langer, Eller, Barson and Hughes.) The album was produced by Clanger/Winstanley ... Working with Barson, Langer and Alan Winstanley, Bright got to know Madness, and she and Madness singer Suggs, fell in love ...
... Genre Jazz, acid jazz, downtempo, pop, rock Label Virgin Records Producer Clive Langer Alan Winstanley Absolute Beginners The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was concurrently released to promote the film ... Tenpole Tudor - 235 "Volare (Nel Blu Dipinito Di Blu)" — David Bowie - 313 "Napoli" — Clive Langer - 408 "Little Cat (You've Never Had It So Good)" — Jonas - 219 "Be ... Volare (Nel Blu Dipinito Di Blu)", David Bowie (Modugno, Migliacci) "Napoli", Clive Langer (Langer, Temple) "Little Cat (You've Never Had It So Good)", Jonas (24) (Nick Lowe) "Absol ...
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The glittering spears are ranked ready;
The shouts o war are heard afar,
The battle closes thick and bloody;
But its no the roar o sea or shore
Wad mak me langer wish to tarry;
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