An American band from 1972, featuring Laura Branigan on vocals 5- A Norwegian Jazz trio 1.Meadow describe their music as "A place to hold your naked heart up to the light and see if the watermark reads pure". Their sound is folky, alternative acustic rock. The band base - singer-songwriters Mano (Mano McLaughlin - vocals, guitars) and Ben (Ben Downs - vocals, guitars) started in 2005. Recently (2009), Meadow has grown in size with the addition of Andrew Melchior (keys, backing vocals), Daniel Jones (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Tim Thomas (drums, backing vocals).
They had a few live performances in Manchester and London, and supported Elbow at numerous venues, including Brixton Academy and their Christams party at The Roadhouse. Six of Meadow's songs were used in Channel 4’s BAFTA award winning teen drama skins.www.meadow.org.uk 2. Meadow is a indie-rock group with a jazzy edge, originally forming in Lugano, Switzerland in 2008. With their original line-up of drums (Pino di Benedetto ), bass ( Stefano Romerio ), guitars ( Fabio Besomi, Giordano Rush ) and voice (Giordano Rush), they gradually developed into their current form of articulated, indie-rock inspired work, with a jazzy edge, breaking from the narrow confines of given music genres, and incorporating a wide array of influences into a unique sound.
"A natural indie verve, an intensely fragile voice and the urge to explore the art of writing pop music" 3. Meadow were a hard rocking band from nineties based on Turku, Finland. Members of the band were Tomi Korkiakangas (guitars/vocals), Taina Nurmi (Bass) and Harri Hakala (Drums). The group recorded 1 studio demo and 3 four-track demos and did few gigs.
The Group later became known as Enerchy. 4. Meadow were a short-lived American band which featured Laura Branigan on vocals. They only released one album, titled The Friendship, in 1972. 5.Norwegian reedman Tore Brunborg; neoclassical improvising pianist, Ketil Bjornstad and norwegian drummer Thomas Stronen Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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