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SOME'S CLIMB TO SUCCESS TOOK A LITTLE 'IMAGINATION'
[SPORTS FINAL Edition]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: De Atley, Richard
Date: Dec 19, 1985
Start Page: 12
Section: TEMPO
Abstract (Document Summary)

British musician Neville Belouis Some spent three luckless years trying to make it in the music business as a solo artist. So he used his imagination, launched a career and now has them jumping in dance clubs on both sides of the Atlantic to his spicy "Imagination" video.

"How did I get a recording contract? I borrowed an awful lot of money, hired a band, dyed my hair white and called myself Belouis Some," said the rock singer, who refuses to divulge his real name.

The sizzling "Imagination" video is what's making Some a hot item these days. There are two versions. The one shown in clubs has frontal nudity and erotic foreplay between a man and woman. The sexy stuff is dumped for the version shown on Music Television; dance scenes are used instead.

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