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The Thom Bell Sessions (internationally titled as The Thom Bell Sessions '77) is an EP recorded by Elton John in the second half of 1977, but was not released by MCA Records until June 1979. The project was a departure for John and his band was not used for these sessions. Until that time, he had worked almost exclusively with lyricist Bernie Taupin and record producer Gus Dudgeon.
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Background information. The Starjets were a late 1970s power pop/group from Belfast, Northern Ireland. They released one album, 1979's God Bless the Starjets, but it failed commercially. Following the release of the "Shiraleo" single in March 1980, the band changed its name to Tango Brigade and released one more single, before finally splitting up permanently. After a brief stint performing vocal duties with the Angelic Upstarts (most notably taking lead vocals on the song "Reason Why?" from the album of the same title), Sharpe found greater success in the 1980s with the rock group The Adventures. Roberts, David (2006).
The Starjets were a late 1970s power pop/group from Belfast, Northern Ireland. The band consisted of guitarist/vocalist Terry Sharpe, guitarist/vocalist Paul Bowen, bassist Sean Martin and drummer Liam L'Estrange. The group sported a mix of punk and mainstream pop influences. Early sets consisted of such 1960s pop standards as "Please Please Me" by The Beatles and "Sugar, Sugar" by The Archies at a time when such light, happy fare was an anathema to the punk community.
Get the Starjets Setlist of the concert at Maxwell Hall, Aylesbury, England on June 2, 1979 and other Starjets Setlists for free on setlist. Starjets Gig Timeline. Starjets Marquee Club, London - Sep 4, 1978 Sep 04 1978. Starjets Maxwell Hall, Aylesbury - Jun 2, 1979 Jun 02 1979.
A 2001 deluxe re-release of the album "Catch A Fire" did, finally, contain the original Jamaican version of the album and the difference is amazing! No overdubs of lead guitar on tunes like "Stir It Up" and "Concrete Jungle", it doesn't have that ultra polished sound Chris Blackwell added to sell the album to a white rock audience, to many, including myself, these were better than the final mixes. Take for instance the "Exodus" and "Kaya" album sessions from Island's studio in London England, sessions that were overseen by legendary reggae producer Lee "Scratch" Perry. These sessions certainly have "Scratch" written all over them on tracks like "Easy Skanking", "My Woman Is Gone" and early takes of "Jamming" and of course "Punky Reggae Party".
God Bless the Starjets.
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