Who Sang Images? Helen St. John

Release information
Release Date: 1982
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Disco
producer: Giorgio Moroder
piano: Helen St. John
engineer: Hans Menzel
I think images are worth repeating
Images repeated from a painting
Images taken from a painting
From a photo worth re-seeing
I love images worth repeating, project them upon the ceiling
Multiply them with silk screening
See them with a different feeling
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Some say images have no feeling, I think there's a deeper meaning
Mechanical precision or so it's seeming
Instigates a cooler feeling
I love multiplicity of screenings
Things born anew display new meanings
I think images are worth repeating and repeating and repeating

I'm no urban idiot savant spewing paint without any order
I'm no sphinx, no mystery enigma
What I paint is very ordinary
I don't think I'm old or modern, I don't think I think
I'm thinking
It doesn't matter what I am thinking
It's the images that are worth repeating
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If you're looking for a deeper meaning, I'm as deep as this high ceiling
If you think technique is meaning, you might find me very simple
You might think the images boring
Cars and cans and chairs and flowers
You might find me personally boring
Hammer, sickle, Mao Tse Tung, Mao Tse Tung -
I think that it bears repeating the images upon the ceiling
I love images worth repeating and repeating and repeating
Images images images images

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Turn the Stone
  • 2 Fairfax Avenue
  • 3 I Wish
  • 4 Petite Romance
  • 5 Fingerprince
  • 6 Power to the Boogie
  • 7 Diane
  • 8 Images
  • 9 Bad Boys
  • 10 Nadia‚Äôs Theme (The Young and the Restless)