Additional information about this, Peter Shelley vinyl art.
Peter Shelley – The Artist
Peter Shelley is a British 1970s pop singer and songwriter. Peter Shelley co-founded Magnet Records with Michael Levy in 1973. Shelley’s role was that of director of A&R and Levy’s as president/general manager/administrator. Shelley wrote, produced and sang on Magnet’s first release, Alvin Stardust’s “My Coo Ca Choo” As a performer in his own right Shelley had hits with “Gee Baby” and “Love Me Love My Dog”. By 1975, Magnet had become one of the UK’s most successful independent record labels under Shelley’s creative direction. He also helped sign Guys ‘n’ Dolls and Chris Rea to the label. Shelley was presented with the Ivor Novello Award in 1975 for his services to the UK music industry.
Love Me, Love My Dog – The Song
Love Me, Love My Dog is a song written, produced and sung by Peter Shelley who is perhaps more famous for being the co-founder of Magnet Records and establishing the singer Alvin Stardust.
Dogs Paw – The Shape
Modelled into a dogs paw in which the larger, main pad is shaped into a heart. A paw is the soft foot-like part of a mammal, generally a quadruped, that has claws. The paw is characterised by thin, pigmented, keratinised,hairless epidermis covering subcutaneous collagenous and adipose tissue, which make up the pads. These pads act as a cushion for the load-bearing limbs of the animal. The paw consists of the large, heart-shaped metacarpal or palmar pad (forelimb) or metatarsal or plantar pad (rear limb), and generally four load-bearing digital pads, although there can be five or six toes in the case of domestic cats and bears (including giant panda). A carpal pad is also found on the forelimb which is used for additional traction when stopping or descending a slope in digitigrade species.
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