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The ironically-named Uk group Bliss was founded in Coventry, Britain in 1986 by vocalist Rachel Morrison and bassist Paul Ralphes. Sketching inspiration from dark American folk music, spirit, blues and gospel, they quickly recruited drummer Chris Baker and guitarist Paul Sirett, and supported by several session music artists on body organ, piano and brass devices they launched their downcast, advanced pop with a set of 1987 indie-label singles, “I Listen to You Contact” and “Your Like Meant Everything.” After putting your signature on to Parlophone, in 1989 Bliss released their debut LP, Loveprayer; as the record failed in both U.K. as well as the U.S., the group became main stars almost everywhere from Germany to New Zealand to Brazil. After 1991’s A BIG CHANGE in the elements, Morrison required a maternity keep, and Bliss by no means once again reformed; Morrison later on resurfaced like a solo performer.

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