Where Did Tomorrow Go? 6:32. Ellis Beggs & Howard. Homelands (CD, Album).
Ellis, Beggs & Howard were made up of Simon Ellis (keyboards and programming), Nick Beggs (bass guitar and Chapman stick), and Austin Howard (vocals). They were augmented by Paul Harvey on guitar, Robbie France on drums and Harry Sutcliffe on keyboards and programming. They experimented with several other guitarists, including Marty Williamson, Keith Airey and Sabu Bugaban.
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The original demo tapes for the group were recorded in North London at their management's building, the PARC tower. PARC were a leading management company, being the sole representatives of Terence Trent D'Arby, who at the time was a major act. The managers were both German: .
Ellis, Beggs & Howard – Where Did Tomorrow Go. youtube Mon Jan 28 2019 19:17:12 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time). Steps – Baby Don't Dance (Simon Ellis). VT pre-recorded 5 days prior in Dublin, Ireland where rehearsals were taking place for the opening night of the Spiceworld 1998 tour. American Music Awards 1998 (Simon Ellis & The Spice Girls).
Writer(s): nick beggs, austin howard, simon ellis. 01. Where Did Tomorrow Go? 02. Bad Times.
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Ellis Beggs & Howard were an English rock band (1987 - 1990). The original demo tapes for the group were recorded in North London at their management's building, the PARC tower. Schleinitz and Stefan "Luxi" Lux. Originally, EBH were made up of Simon Ellis (keyboards and programming), Nick Beggs (bass and Chapman stick), and Austin Howard (vocals).