Keats (band)

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Keats
OriginUnited Kingdom
GenresRock, Progressive Rock
Years active1983–1984
Associated actsAlan Parsons Project, Camel, Cockney Rebel, Pilot, The Zombies
Past membersColin Blunstone
Ian Bairnson
Pete Bardens
David Paton
Stuart Elliott

Keats was a short-lived British rock band, which produced one eponymous album in 1984. It was an Alan Parsons Project offshoot. Its members were Colin Blunstone (vocals), Ian Bairnson (guitars), Pete Bardens (keyboards), David Paton (bass and backing vocals) and Stuart Elliott (drums and percussion). Richard Cottle also provided additional keyboard parts, as well as saxophone and synthesizers.[1]

Discography[edit]

Keats
Studio album by
Keats
Released1984
RecordedDec 1983–Mar 1984
GenreRock, Progressive Rock
Length60:13
ProducerAlan Parsons[1]

Keats (1984)[edit]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Heaven Knows"Pete Bardens3:56
2."Tragedy"Colin Blunstone, Stuart Elliott5:01
3."Fight to Win"Pete Bardens4:10
4."Walking on Ice"David Paton3:31
5."How Can You Walk Away"David Paton3:41
6."Turn Your Heart Around"Pete Bardens3:44
7."Avalanche"Pete Bardens4:06
8."Give It Up"Ian Bairnson4:45
9."Ask No Questions"Ian Bairnson3:25
10."Night Full of Voices"Colin Blunstone, Stuart Elliott3:57
11."Hollywood Heart"Ian Bairnson3:43
12."Interview with Alan Parsons and Ian Bairnson" 16:09

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Keats - AllMusic". Retrieved 23 May 2011.