The Pale Fountains were an English jangle pop band formed in Liverpool in 1980, and composed of Mick Head (vocalist/guitarist), Chris McCaffery (bassist), Thomas Whelan (drummer) and former Dislocation Dance trumpeter Andy Diagram (horns).
Inspired by 1960s music such as Love, Burt Bacharach and The Beatles, the group released their debut single (There's Always) Something On My Mind on Les Disques du Crépuscule before signing a major label deal in October 1982. Although the Pale Fountains failed to make much commercial headway, the band would earn critical praise for the two albums released on Virgin, Pacific Street (1984) and ...From Across the Kitchen Table (1985), produced by Ian Broudie, who later found fame with The Lightning Seeds. Their sole UK Singles Chart Top 50 single was "Thank You", which reached No. 48 in 1982.
The band split up in 1987, with Mick Head going on to form Shack with his brotherЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- ...From Across the Kitchen Table [сингл]
- Pacific Street [1984, альбом]
- ...From Across the Kitchen Table [1985, альбом]
- Longshot for Your Love [1998, сборник]
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