Corect Spelling - "Love Me Today" (12" vers.)
[Ed.- I'd like to thank C.C. for submitting this post and mp3]
Corect Spelling would have been considered a true one hit wonder, if only they ever charted. Their record company, CBS dropped them after their first single release. Their single "Love Me Today" was released in early 1982. It didn't make an impact in the charts and some how it got lost in the shuffle. Maybe they would have gotten more support on an independent label, who knows. It was a simple (and catchy) synthpop song, similar to what the Eurythmics where doing at the time. Their main claim to fame was that Midge Ure of Ultravox was their producer (well for that song anyways). Michelle McAdorey a Canadian working in London was doing backup vocals for Kirsty McColl, when she decided to answer a classified ad posted by Ian Morse for a vocalist. He was a guitarist/keyboardist and together they penned "Love Me Today". Originally calling themselves Cold Fish they released the song as a 7" single in the UK, then changed their name to release the same song as a 12" version in Canada. They broke up after being unable to sign with another label. Michelle gave up and went back home to Toronto. It was some five years later before Greg Keelor (of Blue Rodeo) convinced her to front a new Alt-Country outfit called Crash Vegas. They released three full length CDs in the 1990's and charted some singles as well.