She did, however, produce some solo singles (which, again, failed to make a substantial commercial impact). The first, When It’s Over (which featured secondary vocals from Scritti Politti frontman Green Gartside), in the mid-80s, Build Me a Bridge (produced by Thomas Dolby) in the early 80s, and Little Lives, Big Love.
She appeared on the CD Imagination, credited to Medium Cool, with Alex Chilton, James White, and Angel Torsen. The CD is a homage to Chet Baker. She also appears as a background singer in Sophie B. Hawkin’s “Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover” video. She performed as a background singer on Tears For Fears’ “Seeds of Love” tour as well.
According to IMDB, she has also made several film appearances, perhaps most notably as a prisoner in the Madonna film Desperately Seeking Susan; as well as composing the soundtracks to both Vortex and The Offenders.
A mysterious, elusive and sadly underrated artist. Most recently she has been performing with the band Anubian Lights.
Edited by szarka on 9 Jan 2010, 00:26
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T. Dolby’s liner notes to The Flat Earth
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