04.05.2007 - Henry Padovani's new CD entitled 'A croire que c'était pour la vie' is now available.
It includes the single 'Welcome home' featuring Sting and Stewart Copeland - the original 1977 Police line up - as well as Manu Katché, Steve Hunter, Glen Matlock etc etc.
Henry Padovani's new CD entitled 'A croire que c'était pour la vie' is now available. It includes the single 'Welcome home' featuring Sting and Stewart Copeland - the original 1977 Police line up - as well as Manu Katché, Steve Hunter, Glen Matlock etc etc. The CD contains a total of 15 songs with Henry singing and playing guitar or piano.
The US release includes a 64 minute audio CD of stories from his book 'Secret Police Man', read in English by Henry himself.
The CD is available to order through Amazon
, Henry's website
, and also by download on most platforms including iTunes
, Vidzone, etc. The great news is that if you order the CD through Henry's site he will be happy to sign a copy for you!
Remember that you can also order Henry Padovani's new book 'Secret Police Man'. Henry says: "Amigos, yesterday, my publisher sent me a parcel with books inside, mine of course, 'SECRET POLICE MAN'. So, quick, order it here directly and I will sign it for you. Ok, remember, the book is in French... But, some of you might want to brush up their French and what a better way to do it with 'sex, drugs and rock and roll' stories. That would make a change, wouldn't it, instead of those French books that you get at school. It also features lots of stories about the Police and I know a lot of you are fans of the band. Plus it has a lot of photos from the early days. And, last but not least, if you order direct, I will be able to sign it for you. If you want it signed, tell me clearly to whom I should do it."
The book, priced 20 euros & 5 euros p&p (25 euros in total), can be ordered through Henry's site at http://www.henrypadovani.com
or if you have a paypal account you can order it directly submitting your order to the following email address - firstname.lastname@example.org - just like we did (see above)!
For more on Henry check out his sites at www.henrypadovani.com