Established 29/05/2015

This page was last updated - 20/04/2018

   
Home   .   Portsmouth FC   .   Celebrity Pictures   .   Music Technology   .   On This Day   .   Music   .   Autoliv AGB   .   Film   .   Blog   .   Contact


 
 

Music - The Beloved

 

Home   .   Artists

 
The Beloved are an English electronic group best known for the singles "Sweet Harmony", "The Sun Rising", "Hello", "Your Love Takes Me Higher", and "Satellite".

At the initial meeting between Marsh and Waddington in 1986, Tim Havard was also present, and the three formed the core of a band named The Journey Through (the name taken from a line of the song "Heaven in Love", written by Steve Seale and Jo Caney). When Guy Gausden later joined the band, the group changed their name to The Beloved. The band originally had a guitar-oriented sound, but soon began using drum machines and dance music elements. They sounded at times like post-punk/dance group New Order, and a summation of this stage of their career can be found on their first studio album, Where It Is, which is a compilation of previously released material, consisting of singles and related B-sides, pressed onto one individual long playing work. The record includes all the early singles, "A Hundred Words", "This Means War", "Happy Now", and the double A-side "Surprise Me" / "Forever Dancing", all released between 1986 and 1987, all on Where It Is, all making the Top 30 in the UK Indie Chart, and all failing in the UK Top 75.
 
 

   

09 February 2016

 

 

     
  The Beloved
  Video - Satellite
   
 
   
  Released in 1996 from their album X

Dance music is not rally my thing but I like this and the implied nudity is always a good selling point

   
 


Home   .   Portsmouth FC   .   Celebrity Pictures   .   Music Technology   .   On This Day   .   Music   .   Autoliv AGB   .   Film   .   Blog   .   Contact

 

v1.0

TOP

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Optimised for Google Chrome - Dave Wateridge