Smith & Mighty
|Smith & Mighty|
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Peter D Rose
Smith & Mighty are a trip hop group from Bristol, consisting of Rob Smith and Ray Mighty. Their first releases, in the late 1980s, were breakbeat covers of "Anyone Who Had a Heart" and "Walk On By". They went on to produce "Wishing on a Star" for Fresh Four and Massive Attack's first single, "Any Love".
- Anyone... (Three Stripe, 1988)
- Stepper's Delight EP (Three Stripe/London/PolyGram, 1992)
- Remember Me EP (Three Stripe/London/PolyGram, 1994)
- Bass Is Maternal (More Rockers, 1995)
- DJ-Kicks: Smith & Mighty (!K7 Records, 1998) (DJ mix album)
- Big World Small World (!K7 Records, 2000)
- Life Is... (!K7 Records, 2002)
- Retrospective (!K7 Records, 2004)
Production and remix credits
- Manchild (1988) - remixes of Neneh Cherry single
- The Call Is Strong (1990) - production of Carlton McCarthy's 1990 solo album (McCarthy was an early Massive Attack contributor)
- Search for the Hero (1995) - remixes of M People single
- Bush, John. "Smith & Mighty". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 12 October 2010.
- "Dug Out // Sound & Vision // Rob Smith and Smith & Mighty". electricpavilion.org. Retrieved 12 October 2010.
- Webb, Peter (October 2007). "Once Upon A Time In Bristol: Bristol Blues and Roots". The Wire. Retrieved 12 October 2010.
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