Francis Dunnery
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The It Bites were a British band that played a hybrid of synth-pop and progressive-rock and recorded three albums, including Eat Me In St. Louis (1989). Francis Dunnery was the singer and guitarist.

He then moved to Los Angeles and New York and played guitar for Robert Plant. Dunnery launched his solo career with Welcome To The Wild Country and Fearless (1994), but got his first recognition with Tall Blonde Helicopter (Atlantic, 1995), particularly Too Much Saturn, 48 Hours, In My Dreams. The more aggressive sound gave Dunnery higher mass appeal. One Night In Sauchiehall Street (Cottage Industry, 1995) was hardly noticed, but Let's Go Do What Happens (Razor & Tie, 1998) returned him to the mainstream with the power-pop of Sunflowers and the soul of soul Perfect Shape.

Man (2001)

(Translation by/ Tradotto da Giulio Nils Caroletti)

Gli It Bites furono una band britannica che suonava un ibrido di synth-pop e rock progressivo ed incise tre dischi, fra cui Eat Me In St.Louis (1989). Francis Dunnery ne era cantante e chitarrista.

Dunnery si trasferì poi a Los Angeles e New York e suonò la chitarra per Robert Plant.

Dunnery lanciò la sua carriera solista con Welcome To The Wild Country e Fearless (1994), ma ottenne i primi riconoscimenti con Tall Blonde Helicopter (1995), in particolar modo grazie a Too Much Saturn, 48 Hours e In My Dreams. Un sound più aggressivo rese Dunnery più gradito al pubblico.

One Night In Sauchiehall Street passò inosservato, mentre Let's Go Do What Happens lo restituì al grande pubblico con il power-pop di Sunflowers e il soul di Perfect Shape.

Man uscì nel 2001.

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