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Simple Minds
Ang Simple Minds na gumaganap noong 2017
Ang Simple Minds na gumaganap noong 2017
Kabatiran
Kilala rin bilangJohnny & The Self-Abusers (1977)
PinagmulanGlasgow, Scotland
Genre
Taong aktibo1977–kasalukuyan
Label
MiyembroJim Kerr
Charlie Burchill
Ged Grimes
Sarah Brown
Gordy Goudie
Cherisse Osei
Berenice Scott
Dating miyembroBrian McGee
Tony Donald
John Milarky
Allan McNeill
Duncan Barnwell
Mick MacNeil
Derek Forbes
Kenny Hyslop
Mike Ogletree
Mel Gaynor
John Giblin
Eddy Duffy
Andy Gillespie
Catherine AD
Websitesimpleminds.com

Ang Simple Minds ay isang Scottish rock band na nabuo sa Glasgow noong 1977. Ang Simple Minds ay naglabas ng isang serye ng mga hit single, na naging kilalang internasyonal para sa kanilang hit noong 1985 na "Don't You (Forget About Me)", mula sa soundtrack ng pelikulang The Breakfast Club. Ang kanilang iba pang kilalang mga nag-iisang hit ay isama ang "Alive and Kicking" at "Belfast Child" (UK No. 1). Nakamit nila ang limang UK Albums chart number one album at naibenta higit sa 60 milyong mga album.[3] Ang mga ito ang pinakamatagumpay na komersyal na bandang Scottish noong 1980s.[4] Sa kabila ng iba`t ibang mga pagbabago sa tauhan, patuloy silang nagre-record at naglalakbay. Noong 2016, natanggap nila ang Ivor Novello Award para sa Natitirang Koleksyon ng Kanta mula sa British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, at Author.[5]

Ang nucleus ng Simple Minds ay binubuo ng dalawang natitirang orihinal na miyembro, sina Jim Kerr (vocals) at Charlie Burchill (electric & acoustic guitars, paminsan-minsang mga keyboard pagkatapos ng 1990, saxophone at violin). Ang iba pang kasalukuyang miyembro ng banda ay sina Ged Grimes (bass gitara), Cherisse Osei (drums), Sarah Brown (backing vocals), Gordy Goudie (karagdagang gitara at keyboard). Kabilang sa mga kilalang dating kasapi ang Mick MacNeil (mga keyboard), Derek Forbes (bass), Brian McGee at Mel Gaynor (drums).[6]

Discography[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

Napiling videography[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

Ang mga petsa ng paglabas ay ang mga orihinal at ang mga pormat na nabanggit ay ang pinakabagong mga bersyon na opisyal na magagamit (hindi kinakailangan ang mga orihinal na pormat ng paglabas).

  • 1990: Verona (VHS; May 1990; Virgin Music Video VVD 610) (in 2003, this video was remixed in 5:1 surround sound and released as part of the Seen The Lights – A Visual History double DVD set)HS; May 1990; Virgin Music Video VVD 610) (in 2003, this video was remixed in 5:1 surround sound and released as part of the Seen The Lights – A Visual History double DVD set)
  • 1992: Glittering Prize 81/92 (VHS; October 1992; Virgin Music Video VVD 1103)
  • 2003: Seen The Lights – A Visual History (DVD; release dates: 28 October 2003 in some parts of Europe, 1 November 2003 in Russia, 3 November 2003 in UK and some other parts of Europe, 18 November 2003 in Canada; Virgin SMDVD 1) (this is the first-ever Simple Minds commercial (double) DVD, featuring over four hours and twenty minutes of archived footage; the first disc includes the majority of the band's promotional videos; the second disc is devoted to Verona, the band's first video originally released in 1990 in VHS format, up-mixed here to 5.1 surround sound)
  • 2014: Celebrate – Live at the SSE Hydro Glasgow (limited edition Deluxe DVD book set ; release date: June 2014 ; including 4 discs: 1 21-track DVD of the entire concert filmed and recorded on 27 November 2013 at the SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK; 1 DVD of exclusive interview footage and photo gallery; 2 fully mixed audio CDs of the entire concert + a bound book featuring specially-written notes and exclusive live photos from the Celebrate tour + photographic print individually autographed by the band)[7]

Mga Sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Huey, Steve. "Artist Biography by Steve Huey". AllMusic. Nakuha noong 6 Disyembre 2015.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  2. "Simple Minds – Good News from the Next World". Billboard. Bol. 107, blg. 7. 18 Pebrero 1995. p. 66. ISSN 0006-2510.{{cite magazine}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  3. ""When I say that there are a few songs about faith, I don't mean it in a religious sense..." hmv.com talks to Simple Minds frontman Jim Kerr". HMV. 1 Pebrero 2018. Nakuha noong 14 Abril 2018.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  4. David Roberts, pat. (2006). British Hit Singles and Albums. Guinness World Records Limited. p. 500. ISBN 978-1904994107.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  5. "Simple Minds pick up gong at Ivor Novello Awards 2016". Scotsman.com. 19 Mayo 2016. Nakuha noong 26 Nobyembre 2016.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  6. Colin Larkin, pat. (1997). The Virgin Encyclopedia of Popular Music (ika-Concise (na) edisyon). Virgin Books. pp. 1088/9. ISBN 1-85227-745-9.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  7. "Simple Minds – Celebrate (Live At The SSE Hydro Glasgow)". www.discogs.com. Enero 2020. Nakuha noong 17 Enero 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)

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