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Lead singer Clare Grogan attempted to begin a solo career.
Siobhan Fahey left Bananarama in 1988 to form Shakespear's Sister with Marcella Detroit and later begin a solo career.
She went solo from The Go-Go's.
Book Of Love
Ted Ottaviano formed DoublePlusGood with his friend Basil Lucas and The Myrmidons with band member Lauren Roselli Johnson.
She was the frontwoman of the band Blue Angel before she went solo with commercial success.
Lead singer Mark Knopfler went solo.
Some of the band members formed Arcadia and The Power Station as a side project.
Goodbye July is the solo project of Paul Rijnders, the keyboardist of Anything Box.
Thomas Lüdke left the band due to different ideas of music and formed The Invincible Spirit.
She was a member of the Breakfast Club and played drums and guitar before she went solo and gained major commercial success.
11 Jun 2014, 04:18 by RadioJammorFri 6 Jun – Let's Rock Bristol
They may be older, some may be wider, some may have less hair than they used to, but pretty much all of them were at least as good, if not better, than they were in the 1980s - which makes them a sight better than most of the chart toppers of today.
The venue for Let's Rock Bristol was the picturesque Ashton Court on the western outskirts of Bristol.
Conditions were wet under-foot to start with as it rained for much of Saturday morning, but cleared away for a warm afternoon. Sunday was hot to start with, but soon short-lived but still heavy downpours in the afternoon made sure that it was pretty muddy in places.
Also about the venue: whilst it was easy to get to during the day, if you were travelling from afar and were staying in Bristol without a car, it was very difficult to get back into Bristol, with insufficient public or private transport to do so. It seems that this was not the only big gig in town, and that played a part, but if events like this happen there again…
8 Oct 2013, 23:57 by MusiQ3985
17 Jul 2013, 07:58 by MachiventaJust a list mostly for myself.
There's so much music I haven't listened to so if you're wondering why I'm missing some of the best albums of all time, I either haven't heard them yet or only like some of the songs. There's a ton of albums I've heard that I liked but didn't spent enough time with them or they just didn't grab my attention enough at the time so maybe they'll eventually end up on this list.
In no particular order:
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - On The Threshold Of A Dream
The Moody Blues - To Our Children's Children's Children
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance
The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn
Barclay James Harvest - Barclay James Harvest
Barclay James Harvest - Early Morning Onwards
Barclay James Harvest - And Other Short Stories
Barclay James Harvest - Everyone Is Everybody Else
Barclay James Harvest - Live Tapes
The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday
14 Jun 2013, 21:52 by fdunihoIn a journal article called Development of my Taste in Music, I am giving a long, meandering autobiographical account of how my taste in music developed. Here I'm going to just highlight the main albums that shaped my tastes, or where I'm not sure what the exact album was, are representative of the direction my taste was taking. To the best of my ability, I will list albums in the order that I first listened to them. For some classical music, I will list a different recording, because the original vinyl is not available on Last.fm, or I just don't remember what it was. This is a work in progress, and gaps may be filled in as time goes on. It is fairly lengthy, but if you're short on time, you can just look over the album covers.
This is not my first recording of Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite, but it is the one I later bought on CD. …
21 Dec 2012, 16:39 by Onlygleb1. Nina Hagen – Naturträne (1978)
2. Kim Carnes – Bette Davis Eyes (1981)
3. Niagara – Pendant Que Les Champs Brulent (1990)
3. Moby – Disco Lies (2008)
5. Les Rita Mitsouko – C'est comme ça (1986)
6. Deluka - Sleep Is Impossible (2008)
7. Boy George – The Crying Game (1992)
8. Anggun – Snow On The Sahara (1997)
9. ElectroVamp – I Don't Like The Vibe in the V.I.P. (2007)
30 Aug 2012, 23:48 by bruziePart two of my journey of listening to all RS500 albums
450: Jackson Browne, For Everyman - 6/10
449: Big Star, Third/Sister Lovers - 7/10
448: The Police, Synchronicity - 8/10
447: Stan Getz & João Gilberto, Getz/Gilberto - 8/10
446: MC5, Back in the USA - 6/10
445: Steve Miller Band, Fly Like An Eagle - 6/10
444: War, The World Is A Ghetto - 6/10
443: Cheap Trick, In Color - 6/10
442: Devo, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! - 6/10
441: Suicide, Suicide - 7/10
440: The Pogues, Rum, Sodomy & The Lash - 5/10
439: Sam Cooke, Live At The Harlem Square Club, 1963 - 8/10
438: The Cure, Boys Don't Cry - 7/10
437: Lil Wayne, Tha Carter III - 2/10
436: Beck, Sea Change - 7/10
435: Nirvana, In Utero - 7/10
434: Big Star, #1 Record - 6/10
433: George Harrison, All Things Must Pass - 7/10
432: Brian Eno, Here Come The Warm Jets - 7/10
431: PJ Harvey…
30 Apr 2012, 22:26 by PorridgeGunQuadrophenia
by The Who
by Coaltar of the Deepers
Heroes To Zeros
by The Beta Band
Sky Drips Drifts
by White Rainbow
by White Rainbow
The Driver / Tipoff
by Xander Harris / Dylan Ettinger
Bird Wood Cage
by The Wolfgang Press
Beauty and the Beat
by The Go-Go's
If Two Worlds Kiss
by Pink Turns Blue
by The Moon and the Nightspirit
21 Apr 2012, 12:08 by nooshieTrying to revive the old "monthly mix" concept, but this time sharing it with a friend (in the hope of getting mixes in return). The concept is.... songs you've listened to a lot this month. They don't have to be "objectively good" or even have long-term potential. It's just a snapshot of what you like right now, without any excuses. Would be nice if the mix flowed, but not required. Maximum 8 songs.
A rapidly-thrown-together prototype:
Floating Action - Cinder Cone
Aqueduct - Keep It Together
Teenage Fanclub - Sometimes I Don't Need to Believe in Anything*
The Go-Go's - Can't Stop the World**
Pernice Brothers - Clear Spot
Sondre Lerche - Private Caller
Library Voices - Write Me A Myth
Lucky Soul - White Russian Doll
*If there could only be one song this month, this would be it.
**If there could only be one artist this month, this would be it.