England’s the Blues Music group is led by ex-Manfred Mann vocalist Paul Jones and guitarist/vocalist Dave Kelly, who, before forming the group in 1979, have been a member from the John Dummer Blues Music group and issued several single recordings by himself (Kelly had also received compliment for his taking part in by such blues legends as Howlin’ Wolf and John Lee Hooker). After starting up with friend/bassist Gary Fletcher, the seed products for the Blues Music group were sown, leading to countless albums (including such game titles as 1980’s Standard Bootleg Recording and Prepared, 1981’s Itchy Ft, 1982’s Brand Devotion which featured participant ex-Family drummer Rob Townsend, 1983’s Bye Bye Blues, 1986’s These types of Blues, 1989’s Back again to get more, 1991’s Fat Town, 1993’s Homage, and 1995’s Cable Less, amongst others). Furthermore, Kelly created the Dave Kelly Music group in the middle-’80s (issuing four albums), penned music for advertisements and such tasks as BBC TV’s Ruler from the Ghetto as well as the Comic Remove Presents Strike!, continues to be voted Greatest Acoustic Designer by BBC polls through the entire ’90s, and can be an honorary patron from the London Acoustic guitar University with Hank Marvin.
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|Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s||2009||TV Movie documentary performer: "Doin' it Right"|
|Out of the Blue||1980||"Blue Motel", "What Have I Been Drinkin'", "Doin' It Right"|
|Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s||2009||TV Movie documentary||Themselves|
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