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Acid Trax — Phuture 5. Get Real — Paul Rutherford 6. Groove — […]. CD01 Duffy — Stay With Me Baby He is perhaps most famous for solo trombone improvisations. His album "The Gentle harm of the bourgeoisie" is a landmark recording in solo trombone. Rutherford died on 6 Augustaged He was born in inner-city Liverpool but several years later moved to the Cantril Farm estate, where future footballer Mick Quinn and future comedian Craig Charles were among his neighbors.
He emerged from the s punk scene on Merseyside to team up with Johnson in a new band which Get Real - Paul Rutherford - Get Real (Vinyl) go on to dominate the UK Singles Chart in thanks to a mixture of skill, controversy, marketability and luck. The band released two albums: the international best-selling "Welcome To The Pleasuredome" which spawned one of the biggest hit singles of the 80's: "Relax. When the band decided to part, Rutherford released a solo album called "Oh World.
He is best known as the lead guitarist and backing vocalist of the synth-pop band Frankie Goes to Hollywood. They co-wrote the majority of their output between andcollaborating with Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, of Pet Shop Boys, on three tracks in their early years, Get Real - Paul Rutherford - Get Real (Vinyl) former Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos on nine songs in Models are an Australian rock band formed in Melbourne in August They went into hiatus in They are often referred to as "The Models".
They re-formed inand to perform reunion concerts, and began regularly performing again from onwards. An earlier song from the same album, "Barbados", had peaked at No. Paul Melvyn Carrack is an English singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist who has recorded as both a solo artist and as a member of several popular bands.
The band was co-founded and led by singer-songwriters and Get Real - Paul Rutherford - Get Real (Vinyl) Robert Forster and Grant McLennan, who were its only constant members throughout its existence.
Drummer Lindy Morrison joined the band inand Get Real - Paul Rutherford - Get Real (Vinyl) lineup would later expand to include bass guitarist Robert Vickers and multi-instrumentalist Amanda Brown.
Vickers was replaced by John Willsteed inand the quintet lineup remained in place until the band split two years later.
Forster and McLennan reformed the band in with a new lineup that did not include any previous personnel aside from them. Get Real - Paul Rutherford - Get Real (Vinyl)a toll bridge in their native Brisbane was renamed the Go Between Bridge after them.
Originally issued as a vinyl double album, it was assured of a UK chart entry at number one due to reported advance sales of over one million. It actually sold around a quarter of a million copies in its first week.
The album was also a top ten seller internationally in countries such as Switzerland, Sweden, and New Zealand. Whitfield first produced the song — an obvious anti-Vietnam War statement — with The Temptations as the original vocalists.
After Motown began receiving repeated requests to release "War" as a single, Whitfield re-recorded the song with Edwin Starr as the vocalist, with the label deciding to withhold the Temptations' version from single release so as not to alienate their more conservative fans. Starr's version of "War" was a No. It was one of songs on the no-play list issued by Clear Channel following the events of September 11, Carol Kenyon is a British singer.
She is best known for her vocals on the Heaven 17 hit song "Temptation", which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart in When the song was re-released as a remix by Brothers in Rhythm inagain featuring Carol's vocals, it made number 4.
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