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Big Dish


The Scottish pop trio Big Dish formed in 1983 around vocalist and guitarist Steven Lindsay, guitarist Brian McFie, bassist Raymond Docherty, and saxophone/keyboard player Ian Ritchie. Authorized to Virgin by 1986, the group released the recording Swimmer, which satisfied critics but didn’t reach the graphs. Second LP Creeping Through to Jesus also didn’t ignite despite many excellent tracks, and Big Dish had been lowered from Virgin following the label’s efforts to request music material had been rebuffed. Essentially a duo of Lindsay and McFie from the switch of the 10 years, Big Dish authorized to EastWest and released Satellites in 1991.

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Full Name The Big Dish
Music Songs European Rain, Big New Beginning, Big Town, Faith Healer, Christina's World, Voodoo Baby, Waiting for the Parade, Wishing Time, 25 Years, Warning Sign, Swansong, Second Swimmer, Give Me Some Time, Where Do You Live, Good Way, Reverend Killer, Things Fall Into Place, The Town Celebrity, Back Door Bound, Learn to Love, Another People's Palace, Be My Friend, Shipwrecked, He Stumbled on Some Magic, From the Neighbourhood, Beyond the Pale, From the Mission Bell to the Deep Blue Sea, Life, The Lonelist Man in the World, Bonafide, Her Town, Jean
Albums Creeping Up on Jesus, Satellites, Swimmer, Rich Man's Wardrobe: A Concise History Of The Big Dish

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