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There are multiple artists named Keith:

1. Keith (born James Barry Keefer)

Keith (born James Barry Keefer) was a U.S. vocalist and one-hit wonder. His first record deal with Columbia Records resulted in the 1966 single, “Caravan of Lonely Men” credited to Keith & the Admirations. Keith then moved to Mercury Records and released his solo debut, “Ain’t Gonna Lie.”

He is best remembered for the hit “98.6”.

His second LP, 1968’s “Out of Crank” failed to create public interest. The nadir came when U.S. Army officials nabbed him for draft evasion in the middle of a concert tour. He was inducted and stationed for a year in New Jersey. When he got out, Keith did some independent recording and joined Frank Zappa’s 1973 touring band.

Keith recorded one last album, for RCA Records, with no luck, and then left the music business until 1986, when an attempted comeback under his real name proved unsuccessful. He also set up A.I.R. Records and produced albums for several local bands. In the 1990s the singer moved into the television industry, although he continues to play live dates.


Oli Bayston – Vocals, Keys,
John Waddington – Bass
Johnny Winbolt-Lewis - Drums
Mark Nicholls - Guitar

KEITH – Not one, but four lads from four parts of England (Essex, Ealing, Shrewsbury and Leeds) meeting in (Greater) Manchester on a music course. Four headstrong characters, with wildly different musical roots, these guys are keen for their ideas & instruments to complement each other & so a strong democracy of songs prevail.


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  • Acquiescence

    They've split up :( Gutted, their debut was one of the finest releases of 2006.

    20 Dec 2009 Reply
  • shivasoma

    I found the "Up In The Clouds" Video on myspace, and i was fascinated. nice work, old and new album.

    8 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Acquiescence

    I might have been a little hasty in my criticism there. Me and my big mouth. Vice And Virtue is a real grower. Still not as good as Red Thread though.

    21 Mar 2009 Reply
  • Acquiescence

    Dissapointing new album, its got nothing on Red Thread. 'Lullaby', 'Lucid' and 'Up In The Clouds' are excellent but the likes of 'Don't Want To Be Apart' and 'With Me' really let it down.

    28 Dec 2008 Reply
  • shinelune

    Up In The Clouds is so great song,so i cant wait for Vice & Virtue !! It would be awesome :)

    2 Nov 2008 Reply
  • Acquiescence

    Can't wait for Vice & Virtue, I hope its as good as Red Thread.

    31 Oct 2008 Reply
  • wdywhyte

    best band name EVER!

    18 Dec 2006 Reply
  • thereisnolight

    Yeah muckto, it was a cover of a Sebastien Tellier song!

    18 Nov 2006 Reply
  • muckto

    Did they do a remix of La Ritournelle or a cover version? It was on 6mix last Friday...

    6 Nov 2006 Reply
  • John55

    so talented it makes me jealous

    30 Aug 2006 Reply
  • ahoier

    @hamdemon: It's a recommendation ;) Just ignore it, or remove the recommendation, and it should stop showing up. If not, just listen to one of their tracks.

    29 Aug 2006 Reply

    My sister is friends with this band, i just discovered them today in her old CDs, and their album is out tomorrow! Lucky, much?

    28 May 2006 Reply

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