In 1978 Margot joined Isis, an all female underground rock band. Margot was in Isis when she recorded her LP entitled "Move It " in 1979. The album was recorded in Berlin, West Germany and produced by Karl Schmitz of CIP Filmproduktions. She was also a member of a punk rock group named Mande Dahl who she performed with in the greater New York area and in Boston at many places in the Boston area including Ratskeller.
In 1995 Margot joined the ARC Gospel Choir, an accapella choir that has toured all over the world. Margot is currently working on gospel CD. "Move It" is available for purchase at http://magnetic.gemm.com and here videos can be viewed on YouTube at http://togramsaxy.com Margot's new record label is Mag-Tom Records. This name was inspired by the figure in the cover art of the "Move It" LP and CD.
The Tom part of the name refers to Margot's last name (Thomas). The logo for Mag-Tom is a picture of Margot's mother Willie Mae Thomas (deceased) who is responsible for the extensive music training that Margot received during her childhood in Detroit Michigan. Margot plays tenor saxaphone, clarinet and flute. She is well versed in piano theory but never wanted to become a keyboard player.
Margot named the figure on the front cover of the LP and CD Margot Magnetic. Margot named her Margot Magnetic because the face looks like her face. The cover art was created by noted artist Milton Glaser who also did LP cover art for Bob Dylan and the Funkadelics. The figure (Margot Magnetic) was inspired by a photograph in the Louve in Paris, France which is shown on the back of the "Move It" LP and CD.
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