JIMMY TAYLOR – GUITARS / VOCALS
PETER NO-ONE – BASS / VOCALS
MARTIN CHAMBERS – DRUMS / VOCALS
JONATHAN PERKINS – VOCALS / KEYBOARDS
Miss World was immaculately conceived by Perkins, Chris Thomas and
Dave Stewart during 1990-91.
Miss World appropriated Martin Chambers from the Pretenders / Spiritual Cowboys,
Jimmy Taylor from the Starlings and
Peter Noone from Roger Taylor’s band.
Geoff Hammer ( a friend of the band) played Keyboards live and was appropriated
She gigged continually in the UK, Europe and America accompanied by many other
“Miss Worlds & darlings” (pictured below) signposting information,
ethos and Glamour from the stage.
Chris Thomas produced 90% of the original Anxious LP album in a couple of weeks at
Dave Stewart’s studio in the south of France.
(Chris was only asked to do a few demos, and he gave us an album)
Working with Chris was an illuminating, magical and unforgettable experience,
informing all Miss World’s’ future work.
Nick Addison engineered it and Olle Romo programmed.
Norelle Stephens cooked.
Chris bought the Ricard and Rose, Miss World provided the Rouge.
Many of these tracks were originally available on the Anxious Records Album Miss World,
released by East West in 1992.
It is has since been deleted.Miss World left Anxious Records in 1993.
British Pharmaceuticals - recorded by Chris Sheehan at Fundamental (1989-90?)
he also played guitar and bass.
Mix assisted by Nick Pyall.
Thief Inside, Dead Flowers and Speak - recorded by Clive Martin at The Church (1991).
I am You - recorded by Phil Brown at Air Studios and The Church (1991).
For Fucks Sake and Highway 45 - recorded by Nick Pyall and Pete Norris and
mixed by Chris Thomas at Rondor (1993).
Hate and Love - recorded at Yellow Arch Studios in Sheffield (2002)
engineered by Colin Elliot and produced by Chris Thomas.
Chris plays ebow, Matt Exelby plays guitar and Martin Chambers
accompanied by Eddie Jordan play drums.
Look at Me – produced by Chris Thomas (and extra keys) engineered by
David “Chipper” Nicolas assisted by Pete Norris At Rondor Studios London (1994?).
The End of the Road - engineered by Nick Pyall at Rondor studios (1994?).
Robert Goldstein took all the photographs, (the girl is Unity Reagh)
Miss World was managed by Mick Rossi.
James Wylie provided counsel.
Dave Stewart opened the doors.
Stuart Hornall published her with panache.
Miss World’s Wardrobe c/o Skin 2, Jonathan Richmond and Shelleys.
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