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Select is the second studio album by Kim Wilde, released on 10 May 1982 via RAK label.
The first single from this album, “Cambodia”, was released in November 1981 and signalled a different sound from the Wilde camp, with an electronic and synth sound different from the rock sound of her last album. The songs were again written by Marty and Ricky Wilde and produced by Ricky Wilde. The lyrics of the songs were similar to the first album: the second single “View from a Bridge” and the album track “Wendy Sadd” seemed to be about suicide, “Chaos at the Airport” described a nightmare about flying and “Ego” was quite the opposite of a love song. “Can You Come Over” was recorded at the Wilde’s home. The cover image was a photograph from Gered Mankowitz.
This sequel to the debut album topped the charts in a host of European countries and reached number 8 in Australia, although it did not surpass the success of its predecessor.
Select has been re-released twice on CD, once in 2009 as a remastered and expanded edition and once in 2020 as a deluxe edition, including one unreleased track, a second CD with new remixes and a DVD. The original album was re-released on vinyl in 2020, including the original track list. Both 2020 CD and LP editions include new remasters.
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Tap is a 1989 dance drama film written and directed by Nick Castle and starring Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis Jr.
Max Washington (Gregory Hines), just released from prison after serving time for burglary, is a talented tap dancer. His late father owned a dance studio that is now run by Little Mo (Sammy Davis Jr.), whose daughter Amy Simms (Suzzanne Douglas) gives lessons to children. Back on the streets, Max isn’t interested in dancing again but he is interested in seeing Amy, his former girlfriend. A local gangster, Nicky, doesn’t care for Max personally but does try to recruit him to take part in a robbery. Amy has a job as dancer in an upcoming Broadway show and tells its choreographer about Max, hoping to land him a role in the chorus. Max is reluctant to agree to it, then incensed when he is humiliated during the auditions. Max must decide whether to swallow his pride and dance the way the man wants, or give up his art once and for all and return to a life of crime.