Taken from the 2011 release "The Story Behind The Tracks". Taken from the 2011 release "The Story Behind The Tracks".
Profil: British pop rock group who had a string of Top 40 hits in the UK in the late 1980s. The band formed in 1986 in Shropshire, taking their name from a Vulcan elder of the same name in the sci-fi series Star Trek. Line up as per sleeve of 'Bridge Of Spies' Carol Decker - Vocals Ron Rogers - Rhythm Guitar "and some bits" Tim Burgess (no not the singer from The Charlatans) - Drums and Percussion Michael Chetwood - Keyboards Paul Jackson - Bass Taj Wyzgowski - Guitar Solos "and other bits".
Bridge of Spies is the debut album by British pop group T'Pau, released in September 1987. For its US release, Virgin Records renamed Bridge of Spies to simply T'Pau. The album was produced by Roy Thomas Baker
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T’pau went into the Workhouse studio in London to remake the track as faithfully as they could, but in a version that trimmed a minute or so off the original. It worked perfectly, and the song spent a mighty five weeks atop the British chart. T’pau’s The Virgin Anthology can be bought here. Follow uDiscover’s We Love The 80s! playlist.
T'Pau formed in 1986. The members originated from the towns of Shrewsbury and Wellington in central England and took their name from a Vulcan high priestess in the classic Star Trek episode Amok Time. Their debut single and first hit was the 1987 release Heart and Soul. Scrobbling is when Last. fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Recent Listening Trend.
He did not play on the Red album, however he did co-produce a couple of the songs. Though no singles were released directly from the album for sale, the song "With a Little Luck" was released in the UK as a promotional CD single via Gnatfish. In America it would be released as a two-disc set on November 9, 1999, via Renaissance Records. The second disc included three tracks; the re-recorded "Heart and Soul '97", a live, unplugged version of the band's 1987 UK number one hit "China in Your Hand", and the demo version of the Red album track "Do the Right Dance".