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In search of a record contract, the tapes are sent to various record companies. One cassette is posted to John Peel, an influential British radio disc-jockey with a reputation for spotting new talent.
Peel attends an XTC gig in London and invites the band to record a session to be broadcast on his radio show. XTC is usually characterised as a new wave band. In the mids British popular music is shaped by punk rock. This is a style that strips away built-up pretensions in favour of a back-to-basics approach. By its nature, punk is not built to last. It mutates into new wave in the latter part of the s. Where punk was angry, violent and political, new wave is just quirky.
The back-to-basics musical approach is retained but new wave emphasises a certain intentionally weird quality. It is a celebration of individualism. It is difficult to categorise XTC as punk, but they fit into new wave quite neatly. Andy Partridge is the leader of XTC and their dominant songwriter. It is precisely this mix of traditionalism and experimentalism that makes XTC a new wave band. His tunes tend to be sweeter than the more self-consciously acerbic Partridge.
Yeah, yeah. One of his offspring is a son named Lee. After a brief U. Dave Gregory joins XTC in The couple go on to have two children, a daughter named Holly and a son named Harry. By this time, new wave — the genre with which XTC is identified — is beginning to fade away. XTC proceed to hew their own path through whimsical pop. If there is a discernible difference, it is that their earlier new wave recordings were more aggressive and jagged. The song alternates between quiet verses woven on ticklish acoustic guitars and a more expansive chorus.
But when the singer suffers a similar, possibly even more debilitating episode a month later in San Diego, California, in Aprilit is clear that things cannot go on this way.
XTC give up touring and become a studio-based band. It is not an entirely unprecedented move. In the s, U. The difference in that case is that when The Beatles quit touring, they did so from a position of far greater wealth and popularity than XTC. In November XTC officially announce they will no longer be touring. They also have to announce that, from Novemberdrummer Terry Chambers is leaving the band. By this time Chambers is married to an Australian girl.
He wanted to tour. Chambers immigrates to Australia in and serves a stint with a local band called Dragon though they were originally from New Zealand. This is a warm, acoustic folk track that glows with romance. This time it becomes an alter ego for XTC.
This is psychedelic music, an almost forgotten, quaintly eccentric genre from the mids, just before the hippie culture became dominant. The fourth member of the imaginary band is drummer E. I Owen a. This set is produced by Todd Rundgren, an eccentric pop singer-songwriter of some repute. The sentiment alienates some listeners and wins XTC some new fans. Which group is larger is hard to tell. It is a double album produced by Paul Fox.
Some of the psychedelic flavour of The Dukes Of Stratosphear washes into this project, but the sense of parody of that sideshow is absent. This acoustic radio tour occurs in May Their gig for a radio station in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 31 May takes place in front of a studio audience of one hundred people, the biggest crowd XTC have faced since giving up touring.
The best tracks on this album all come from Andy Partridge. From tothey were a touring band that played mostly new wave music. Afterthey were a studio-bound entity that played an individualistically eccentric brand of pop. Both eras had their charms; neither was clearly superior.
The strength of XTC was always in their songs and that quality existed fairly consistently throughout their career. This is how African-American singer and songwriter Stevie Wonder loses one of his five senses: It is the result of a traffic accident. Stevie Wonder is in the passenger seat of a Dodge flatbed truck. He is sleeping, with headphones on. The person at the wheel of the Dodge is momentarily distracted by something and fails to notice the truck in front of them until it is too late and the vehicles collide.
The truck into which they crash is carrying logs of timber. The load slips and one log smashes through the windshield of the Dodge, striking Wonder full in the face. Stevie Wonder is rushed to hospital. He spends four days in a coma induced by a brain contusion. Although he recovers, Stevie Wonder incurs permanent damage: He loses his sense of smell.
This fateful accident takes place on 6 August near Salisbury, North Carolina. Stevie Wonder is already blind. He lost his eyesight years earlier. At birth, his name is Steveland Judkins — or perhaps Steveland Morris as that is what the singer claims was on the birth certificate. Stevie Wonder is a premature baby.
The struggling newborn is hastily placed in an incubator. However an excess of oxygen in the incubator leaves him blind within hours. The condition is known as retinopathy of prematurity; the growth of the eyes is aborted and this causes the retinas to detach. There are conflicting versions of explanations for the Morris surname.
A second version puts it that the name is altered to Steveland Morris when his mother re marries. In fact, for all his later fame as Stevie Wonder, Morris remains his legal surname.
Still, growing up is a difficult period. Not allowed out on his own, Stevie amuses himself with music on the radio. Within a few years, he begins singing in the local church choir. Stevie begins playing drums and harmonica when he is 5 and takes piano lessons soon after. He also adds bongoes to his musical skillset and is proficient in all four instruments by the time he is 9. A partnership with a young friend leads to the duo of Stevie And John performing on street corners, at dances and parties.
The youngster investigates and finds another musical enthusiast. So who is Ronnie White? He is a member of the Detroit-based vocal group The Miracles. The Miracles are signed to a nascent local record label, Motown. Berry Gordy, Jr. He starts out as a professional boxer. Gordy then opens a record shop — which fails due to his stubborn insistence on only stocking records he likes. In he goes to work on the assembly-line at the Ford automobile factory. By Berry Gordy has left that job and is working as an independent songwriter and record producer.
Motown is actually an umbrella title for three separate, interrelated labels: Motown, Gordy and Tamla. What distinguishes Motown from virtually every other record label is that it is owned by an African-American Berry Gordy and its recording artists are also African-American. Rhythm and blues is a virtual catch-all term for a recording by an African-American act. Strictly speaking, it is a more danceable progression from blues, itself the offspring of the call-and-response worksongs of the plantation workers that, in turn, can be traced back to African tribal music.
Calling on his experience on the automobile production line, Berry Gordy organises Motown into different compartments. Each of his acts is wheeled through and fitted with suitable songwriters, record producers, musicians, and even consultants on deportment, fashion and choreography.
Although they go unheralded at the time, this collective is later known as The Funk Brothers. When Stevie Morris auditions for Berry Gordy he demonstrates his full multi-instrumental capability. Accordingly, when Stevie is signed to a recording contract, his mouth-organ playing is given a prominent place in his early works. Although Stevie Wonder sang an original composition for Ronnie White of The Miracles, his own songwriting skills are put on the back burner for the first few years of his recording career.
It is released in August The 12 year old singer vocalises in an endearingly high, schoolboy style, the song punctuated by his frantic harmonica riffs. Henry Cosby produces this debut album. Like Wonder, Ray Charles is blind, African-American and a piano player with a wider musical agenda than may be first supposed.
Unlike Wonder, Ray Charles is a more tough-minded, ornery character. On this disc, Little Stevie Wonder sings cover versions of Ray Charles songs with a sprinkling of added Motown material. Clarence Paul produces this set. Ray Charles was frequently called a genius, so the use of the word here is, again, an attempt to draw a parallel between the two artists.
The material on this album is recorded live at the Regal Theater in Chicago in June This means that Little Stevie Wonder was indeed 12 at the time of the recording, but he turns 13 eight days before this album is released.
Berry Gordy is credited as the producer of this album. For one week 24 AugustLittle Stevie Wonder has both the chart-topping album and single. It is also what the backing vocalists shout as the youngster wails on his harmonica in this frantic piece that has only minimal lyrics. The song is atmospheric, introduced by the sound of gulls and surf, and features a mellow string section. From this point, he is simply Stevie Wonder.
Note: In the U. This is one of a series of beach movies featuring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. During this time out he studies classical piano at the Michigan School for the Blind.
Its marching beat is another collaboration from Wonder and Cosby. In the meantime, Aretha Franklin releases her version of the song in This is a hotter, funkier single than its predecessor and is a tale of two lovers trying to outdo each other in romantic cruelty.
It is an uplifting, optimistic song of emotional resolve. In Stevie Wonder meets Syreeta Wright. She gets a chance to record a single herself in January but it has little impact. Although she is four years older than him, Syreeta Wright begins dating Stevie Wonder in He encourages her to branch into songwriting.
Stevie co-writes both songs but his confederates are different on each track. Stevie Wonder is credited as the producer of this album. A concert recording takes Stevie Wonder into the s. The singer takes more control of his own career, pushing the Motown organisation support team into the background. Stevie Wonder produces this album and co-writes most of the material with his wife, Syreeta Wright. On 21 May Stevie Wonder turns Wonder now gains access to these funds.
Additionally, after much wrangling, he secures a new, more lucrative contract with Motown that importantly also grants him far greater artistic freedom than before. Motown has passed its peak now. Certainly the production-line methods that served the label so well in its heyday are breaking down. Although he was a successful performer in the s, that decade seems to be only a prologue to the full flowering of his talents in the s.
Stevie Wonder assumes almost total control of his work. He produces the recording sessions. He writes virtually all his own material — without any co-writers. Stylistically, his basic rhythm and blues and pop background takes on a variety of other tones as Stevie Wonder proves capable of assimilating such genres as funk and reggae. Thematically, his lyrics move between romantic love and universal love, social justice and hard-nosed street smarts. Stevie Wonder also starts his own publishing company, Black Bull Music Stevie is born a Taurus, under the astrological sign of the bull.
He also studies music theory at the University of Southern California. Advances in technology, especially in synthesisers and electronic keyboards, allow Stevie Wonder to play most of the instruments on his recordings with the aid of some judicious multi-tracked overdubs. In live performance, such one-man band displays are less practical. In the s Wonder often toured as part of a Motown revue with a single band supporting each performer on the bill.
In the s he creates Wonderlove, his own backing group. The membership is rather amorphous but some of the names who serve time in Wonderlove over the years are: Ben Bridges guitarNathan Watts bassDennis Davis drumsMinnie Riperton backing vocalsLynda Laurence backing vocals.
The couple were married for only eighteen months. The two of them remain friends. It is released in March, around the same time that his marriage to Syreeta Wright ends. They are pioneers in electronic music, bringing their skills in synthesiser programming to their work with Stevie Wonder.
Synthesisers are popularised by Wonder. The song was originally written for British guitar great Jeff Beck. A log strikes Wonder in the face, putting him in a coma for four days and destroying his sense of smell. President at the time. It also tops the charts on 2 November Around this time, Stevie Wonder becomes romantically involved with Yolanda Simmons, a secretary at his publishing company. In Stevie Wonder visits Jamaica and plays music with Bob Marley, the figurehead of the reggae movement.
Stevie Wonder produces this set on his own, having parted company with his synthesiser gurus Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil. It is mostly atmospheric instrumentals. It becomes a British no. With new girlfriend Melody McCulley, he has a third child: a son named Mumtaz born Stevie Wonder goes on to father two more children: a son named Kwame born 6 August and a daughter named Sophia.
However the mother s are not publicly revealed. This song also wins an Oscar from the film community. Stevie Wonder is involved with two charity singles in the mids. She also claims that during their five-year relationship Wonder gave her genital herpes. Wonder countersues. The judge urges them both to go away and settle out of court — which is presumably what happens.
A traffic accident cost Stevie Wonder his sense of smell in However, Stevie Wonder had been blind almost from birth. While losing another of his senses was undoubtedly traumatic, he had already shown that he was made of stern stuff. His subsequent efforts were more uneven, but his reputation was already secured.
Stevie Wonder overcame great adversity and displayed a positive spirit that was evident in his music. The first thing that draws attention to Steve Winwood is his voice. With eyes closed, he sounds like a middle-aged African-American rhythm and blues singer. In reality, the voice comes from a skinny white teenager from England.
Steve Winwood quickly demonstrates that he is not just a singer; he is a formidable keyboards player, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist.
He then goes on to notoriety as a songwriter and record producer as well. This is the story of Steve Winwood. It does not encompass the lives and other recordings of the musicians Winwood works with in these groups. Lawrence Winwood is a foundryman by trade but is also a semi-professional musician, playing saxophone and clarinet.
Steve Winwood becomes interested in swing music and Dixieland jazz as a boy. When he is 8 he begins playing guitar alongside his brother, Muff, and their father in The Ron Atkinson Band. Soon after, Steve masters the drums and piano as well. He attends Great Barr School in Birmingham. Steve sometimes sits Feelin Alright - Jungle Brothers - Done By The Forces Of Nature (Cassette with them, supplying piano and vocals. Spencer Davis, a lecturer at Birmingham University, also has a traditional jazz band.
However, Spencer Davis also plays blues in local clubs. In AugustDavis invites the Winwood brothers to join him in a new enterprise. Steve Winwood is 15 years old now. The act quickly changes its name to The Spencer Davis Group. It could be my British need for discipline that makes me admire the American appetite for freedom and passion…There was an emotion and power in that music [i. Although they may start out as a purist blues act, The Spencer Davis Group swiftly adopts a wider view, taking in not only the blues of John Lee Hooker, but the music of rhythm and Album) pop singers like Betty Everett.
Rather than sign The Spencer Davis Group to his own, more ethnically focussed label, Blackwell arranges a record contract for them with the Fontana label. Other U. The Spencer Davis Group represents the next step in that evolution. However, their next single is a major breakthrough. The disc is co-produced by Chris Blackwell and Jimmy Miller. In March Steve Winwood undertakes another extracurricular excursion. Jones and Bruce both hail from British pop group Manfred Mann. The last-named piece is said to be written by S.
Winwood too uses a pseudonym, resurrecting the Stevie Anglo identity to avoid legal complications. Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse is very short-lived.
Jackie Edwards is again prevailed upon to supply a song for the next single by The Spencer Davis Group. The Spencer Davis Group records one more single in — but it is the all-time best single to feature Steve Winwood. This track is co-written by Steve Winwood and producer Jimmy Miller. With its blaring organ, the song adopts an emergency siren tempo. It also seems to presage the onset of psychedelia as the rhythm and blues style begins to be supplanted.
Muff Winwood becomes a record producer. On 18 Marchbefore he has even played his last gig with The Spencer Davis Group, Winwood announces his new band. Although initially unnamed, this act will come to be called Traffic. The four members of Traffic retreat to a cottage in Aston Tirrold in Berkshire for the next six months. This is the era of psychedelia, flower power and mind-expanding drugs. Winwood is the co-author of the song with drummer Jim Capaldi.
It is written by Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi. On 29 December guitarist Dave Mason leaves Traffic. On 1 June Dave Mason rejoins Traffic, six months after leaving. The guitarist contributes three more songs to the disc, but the gulf between Dave Mason and the rest of the group feels wide.
In October Mason departs once more. Traffic splits up in January Some tracks on this set were recorded live, others in the studio. Winwood declines because he is already committed to Feelin Alright - Jungle Brothers - Done By The Forces Of Nature (Cassette project. On 8 January the formation of Blind Faith is announced, but auditions for a bassist are still being held. Winwood and Clapton previously worked together in in the short-lived Powerhouse. Clapton and Baker then worked together from to in Cream.
Rick Grech is recruited from a British group called Family. Most bands come from young friends starting out as complete unknowns. Even the name, Blind Faith, is chosen as an acknowledgement of the high expectations placed on the unit by the collective fans of the four musicians. One hundred and twenty thousand fans attend. It is difficult to characterise the sound of Blind Faith given the paucity of their recordings.
It is a topless teenage girl holding a small metal aircraft. In America, this shot is replaced by a more innocuous picture of the four musicians. Blind Faith break up in October after less than seven months together. Their brief existence is an object lesson in the inherent instability of supergroups.
While Steve Winwood was working with Blind Faith, his former comrades from Traffic had a new act of their own. Frog a. This short-lived group never recorded. Work begins in with producer Guy Stevens. During the recording sessions, Chris Wood and Jim Capaldi are enlisted to help out. The title track, arranged by Winwood, is a sixteenth century folk song.
It is estimated that between one hundred and one hundred and forty variations of it exist, the oldest known example dating back to In May the four-piece Traffic grows into a seven-piece outfit with the introduction of Jim Gordon drums and Reebop Kwaku-Baah percussion as well as the return of Dave Mason guitar. It is issued in September. Produced by Steve Winwood, this album sets the pattern for the next few Traffic discs: a small number of tracks six in this case with one or more lengthy improvisatory works.
We wanted to particularly create something that we thought was unique or peculiar to ourselves. Steve Winwood is laid low by a life-threatening bout of peritonitis an inflammation of the peritoneum, the thin tissue that lines the abdominal wall and covers most of the abdominal organs. It may be caused by a rupture of the appendix. Their presence is testimony to the musically challenging work Traffic is doing and the respect the band engenders amongst professional musicians.
Traffic undertakes a world tour in with Barry Beckett another Muscle Shoals musician joining them on keyboards. It captures the sound of these shows. The three Muscle Shoals musicians exit Traffic and return to their recording studio work in autumn Reebop Kwaku-Baah also decides to become a session musician and the percussionist leaves Traffic.
Indeed, the band winds down in December to go on to new individual works. Over the next three years, Steve Winwood builds Netherturkdonic, his own home recording studio in Gloucestershire. Steve Winwood proceeds to his first real solo album. Jim Capaldi from Traffic plays drums on the album and co-writes most of the material with Winwood. In the late s Steve Winwood seems to retreat from the music business. He makes his home on a fifty acre farm in Oxfordshire and devotes himself to clay pigeon-shooting, dog training and horse-riding.
Secondly, keyboard technology has advanced to a point that Winwood can use his instrumental skills to become a true one-man band, multi-tracking synthesisers. There will be more about this song later when it enjoys a second life. The delayed tour of Britain and Europe is undertaken by Steve Winwood in Although his recent recordings have been made with Winwood as the sole musician, in taking on a tour he is accompanied by session musicians.
Another period of retreat follows for Steve Winwood. His marriage to Nicole Tacot Weir breaks down, ending in divorce in December In Steve Winwood begins dating Eugenia Crafton. The singer also nourishes his spiritual side. Instead of recording alone in the British countryside, he travels to New York in the U. Russ Titelman co-produces the set with Steve Winwood. Steve Winwood marries Eugenia Crafton on 18 January It is co-produced by Winwood and Tom Lord Alge.
The duo also undertakes a tour as Traffic. Capaldi dies in He seemed equally at home burning up a rhythm and blues number in a club or playing organ in his local church in the Cotswolds.
The Who. Pete Townshend, guitarist and chief songwriter for British rock band The Who, looks at his damaged instrument. A temporary stage extension has caused Townshend to misjudge the height of the ceiling and the lanky six feet tall musician has accidentally cracked the neck of his guitar against the roof of the venue. A moment of shock turns into anger and frustration. Pete Townshend grabs the damaged guitar and repeatedly smashes it against the stage, reducing the instrument to shattered pieces.
Wild man drummer Keith Moon, requiring little invitation to chaos, kicks over his drumkit in an act of auto-destructive sympathy. The crowd goes wild. The legend of The Who grows…. Cliff and Betty are both working in the music industry. With musical parents, it is not surprising that Pete Townshend also takes an interest in music. When Pete is 12, his grandmother gives him his first guitar, an inexpensive Spanish model. Pete gains two younger brothers, Paul born and Simon bornbut his home life is still turbulent.
Two of his fellow students at that school are Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle. Although he will only ever reach a height of five feet, seven inches, Roger Daltrey does become more physically robust. Feelin Alright - Jungle Brothers - Done By The Forces Of Nature (Cassette takes a job as a sheet metal worker while forming a skiffle group skiffle is a British style of music popular at the time.
Like Pete Townshend, John Entwistle comes from a musical parentage. Herbert Entwistle plays trumpet and Queenie Entwistle plays piano. Their marriage fails soon after John is born and he is raised by his grandparents in South Acton. John Entwistle displays an aptitude for music. He learns to play piano, trumpet and French horn as well as being able to read sheet music.
John Entwistle plays trumpet in The Confederates. After getting into a fight with the rest of the group, Pete Townshend switches back to guitar. Entwistle takes up bass. Roger Daltrey forms a new band, The Detours, in He plays lead guitar and trombone with The Detours.
John Entwistle joins The Detours as bassist in Another member of the group is drummer Doug Sandom born 26 February who joins in mid The Detours membership fluctuates. Then, inRoger Daltrey sets aside his guitar to take up the job of lead singer. Pete Townshend continues to attend Ealing Art College through In that year, he begins dating Karen Astley, a fellow art student.
Finally, inPete Townshend drops out of art school to commit himself full-time to music. They choose The Who. Roger and Jackie have a son, Simon born The Who struggle along for the next few months with a substitute drummer. The Who come into the orbit of two would-be managers. The rockers favour leather jackets, greasy quiffs, motorcycles and s recording artists. Keith Moon learns to play drums when he is 14, taking instruction from Carlo Little.
Keith does not like school and is not a good student. He leaves school when he is While working as an apprentice electrician, Keith Moon joins his first band, The Beachcombers, in summer In September comes the gig at the Railway Hotel where Pete Townshend accidentally damages his guitar and then goes on to utterly destroy it in a fit of fury. Around this time The High Numbers change managers, reclaiming their previous cognomen, The Who, in the process.
Pete Meaden commits suicide on 12 August with an overdose of barbiturates. He was He just found us in this club…then he became fascinated with us.
With the definitive line-up of Roger Daltrey vocalsPete Townshend guitar, vocals, occasional keyboardsJohn Entwistle bass, vocals, occasional horns and Keith Moon drumsThe Who are set to begin their career in earnest. The Who start out as a pop band then become a rock band. Because these descriptions are so common, the distinction between the two may not be apparent. They create disposable pop singles — albeit very good disposable pop singles.
Putting together a whole album is a bit more challenging. Then, after a few years, the pendulum swings the other way and Feelin Alright - Jungle Brothers - Done By The Forces Of Nature (Cassette Who become an album-oriented act that finds a hit single harder to come by.
The change in polarity pretty much coincides with the group changing from a pop act to a rock act. The emphasis switches to a harsher, louder sound that could be called hard rock, if not quite heavy metal. The four personalities within The Who create an indelible image. Roger Daltrey is the handsome rock god, twirling his microphone about.
Pete Townshend windmills his arm in a circle, crashing through power chords on his guitar. He leaps, he smashes his guitar, he is outrageously physical…in part to distract from his own self-consciousness about the size of his nose. He quickly becomes a distinctive — if sometimes underrated — guitarist, playing a sort of rough, chord-based rhythm as lead guitar.
Keith Moon is an equally notable musician. His style of attacking drums is quite different to most of his peers.
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