Country of origin:
England? Miriam Stockley was born in South Africa
Type of music generally:
Only full-length release, Praise (1992)
Miriam Stockley's Official page
Mouth Music's Mo Di, though it's a *little* less pop. (Neile)
This group mixes ethereal and strong vocals with world pop and electronic music. Lush, creative, and listenable. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
Praise is their only album
1992—Giant/Warner U.S. & U.K.—9 24472-2
Wide on release, may be more difficult to find now
Highly recommended for fans of world pop
Simon Goldenberg, Miriam Stockley, Geoff McCormack
Richard James Burgess, Geoff MacCormack & Simon Goldenberg
I heard this once and had to have it. Miriam Stockley has a great voice, and they do really interesting things like having a song starting off with a gospel-sounding backup choir, then later it's more African/world pop sounding backup. It's a lush album running the world pop gamet, but well put together so it doesn't sound fractured. I would say it's a showpiece for vocals and one of the few excellent examples of this early '90s form of world pop. (Neile)
Easy Way Out (single)
Wide on release
Recommended if you like interesting remixes
This has some really slick dance mixes on it. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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