The Keys (English band)

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The Keys were a London-based band active from 1979–1983. The band was formed by bassist Drew Barfield (later of the Big Heat and Los Pacaminos), guitarist Steve Tatler, Ben Grove, and Paul McCartney's former drummer Geoff Britton. Joe Jackson produced the band's only album, The Keys Album for A&M, from which came several singles: “One Good Reason”, “I Don't Wanna Cry “ and “Greasy Money”.[1]

Track Listing

Side 1

  1. Hello Hello
  2. It Ain't So
  3. One Good Reason
  4. Listening in
  5. I Don't Wanna Cry
  6. Saturday to Sunday Night

Side 2

  1. Spit it Out
  2. If it's Not Too much
  3. Run Run Run
  4. Greasy Monday
  5. Back to Black
  6. World Ain't Turning


  1. ^ Dave Marsh, John Swenson – The new Rolling stone record guide – 1983 Page 272 " ... quartet produced by Joe Jackson. Guitarist Steve Tatler and bassist Drew Barfield supported Bill Haley on his last British tour."