Up the Junction was the third single released from Squeeze's second album, Cool for Cats. It is one of the band's most popular and well-remembered songs (especially in the UK), and reached 2 on the UK Singles Chart.
Up the Junction is a novel by Nell Dunn, first published in 1963. Lyricist Chris Difford said that the title phrase was lifted from the 1965 TV play version of the novel, directed by Ken Loach, and its subsequent 1968 movie remake. (see Up the Junction). The film had a soundtrack by Manfred Mann, and a song by them, titled Up the Junction. Although the song is not derived, it includes several references to the drama. Fuente texto: Wikipedia.
Squeeze sng 1979 Up the junction
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