Here is a song from the late '80s that I always enjoy listening. Lately, I have been noticing a re-hash of a sort of post New Romantic/London preppy look in terms of fashion. Naturally, I must imagine that some re-birth of this music that went along with this "look" should have new consideration as well. Think Spandau Ballet, Haircut 100, The Style Council and Echo & The Bunnyman. All great bands that deserve their own posting for their great contributions to dance music. Recently, I posted a song by Fun Boy Three and it awoke renewed enthusiasm for this era of dance music. The Colourfield was a British band formed in 1984 in Manchester by former Specials and Fun Boy Three front man Terry Hall with ex-Swingin Cats members Toby Lyons and Karl Shale. "Running Away" was from their 1987 album Deception and it was remake by Sly & The Family Stone and here it gets the Arthur Baker treatment to stunning effects . I vividly recalled hearing and dancing to this song for the first time at a great New Wave club in Baton Rouge called Xantus. Enjoy!