The Beautiful South | Best of 89-06


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ARTIST | MUSIC | BEST OF

THE BEAUTIFUL SOUTH

1989 ~ 2006


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TRACKLIST

• 2006 ~ 1989
37 ▸ The Beautiful South - Manchester - 2006 •
34 ▸ The Beautiful South - This Old Skin - 2004 •
33 ▸ The Beautiful South - Livin' Thing - 2004 •
24 ▸ The Beautiful South - Dumb - 1998 •
23 ▸ The Beautiful South - Perfect 10 - 1998 •
19 ▸ The Beautiful South - Don't Marry Her - 1996 •
18 ▸ The Beautiful South - Rotterdam - 1996 •
17 ▸ The Beautiful South - Pretenders to the Throne - 1995 •
16 ▸ The Beautiful South - Dream a Little Dream - 1995 •
15 ▸ The Beautiful South - One Last Love Song - 1994 •
14 ▸ The Beautiful South - Prettiest Eyes - 1994 •
13 ▸ The Beautiful South - Everybody's Talkin' - 1994 •
12 ▸ The Beautiful South - Good as Gold - 1994 •
11 ▸ The Beautiful South - 36D - 1992 •
10 ▸ The Beautiful South - Bell Bottomed Tear - 1992 •
09 ▸ The Beautiful South - We Are Each Other - 1992 •
08 ▸ The Beautiful South - Old Red Eyes Is Back - 1991 •
07 ▸ The Beautiful South - Let Love Speak Up Itself - 1991 •
06 ▸ The Beautiful South - My Book - 1990 •
05 ▸ The Beautiful South - A Little Time - 1990 •
03 ▸ The Beautiful South - I'll Sail This Ship Alone - 1989 •
02 ▸ The Beautiful South - You Keep It All In - 1989 •
01 ▸ The Beautiful South - Song for Whoever - 1989 •

ARTIST

The Beautiful South

(Paul Heaton, David Hemingway, David Stead, David Rotheray, Sean Welch, Briana Corrigan, Jacqui Abbott, Alison "Lady" Wheeler)

[1989-2007], Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom


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· Biographie
The Beautiful South were an English pop rock group formed in 1988 by Paul Heaton and Dave Hemingway, two former members of the Hull group The Housemartins, both of whom performed lead and backing vocals. The band's original material was written by the team of Heaton and Rotheray.
After the band's first album (recorded as a quintet), they were joined by a succession of female vocalists. All of the aforementioned artists performed lead and backing vocals alongside Heaton and Hemingway – Briana Corrigan for albums two and three after appearing as a guest vocalist on one, followed by Jacqui Abbott for the fourth to seventh albums, and finally Alison Wheeler for the final three Beautiful South albums.

The group broke up in January 2007, claiming the split was due to "musical similarities”,[2] having sold around 15 million records worldwide.


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