DOUBLE D RECORDS
Dave Dee had for some years (1980-1981), his own recordlabel: Double D. records. Various fine productions were made, but unfortunately this label folded because of financial problems.
On this pages: All the recordings
D DEE 1: Dance Band: Stacks Of Tracks / Do You Wanna Dance (7″ April 1980)
Also released in Netherlan [...]
As Marianne Segal she already was active in the music business since 1966.
In 1980 Marianne wrote and recorded with producer Eugene Moule and then signed with Double Dee Records. There was a single release which got a lot of plays in northern dance clubs it was called ‘Love Amnesia’. Marianne recorded this with (Dav [...]
Former Page Three girl Jilly Johnson, of the girl group Blonde on Blonde was leadsinger of The Features, who released the song “Go Now” (Moody Blues hitsingle) on the Double D. label.
It is listed as New Wave Pop
In August 2014 the Double D album from Motion was released on CD in Japan. Releasenumber CSMCD 028
Motion was formed by George Oban when he left Aswad after the It’s Not Our Wish/Stranger 12″ for Grove Music. They released at least 2 12″ singles, Walk On By and No Man Is An Island.
On Dave Dee’s Double D label [...]
Zed is a progressive-pop-rock group featuring Nigel Jenkins, who wrote all songs on the album, sings lead vocals, and plays guitar. Other members include Graham Jarvis-drums; Paul Westwood-bass; Dave Lawson-Synthesizers; Mike Moran-piano. David Lloyd-back-up vocals.
One look at these guys and you would think they were a group of English [...]
The Atrix were a Irish new wave/powerpop band formed in mid 1978 by John Borrowman (guitar/vocals) and Chris Green (keyboards), both ex Berlin. Alan Finney on bass (ex Schoolkids) and drummer Hugh Friel, ex Slow Motion Orchestra. This lineup made the first demo recording (“Circus Tragedy”) and appeared at the Carnsore Point [...]
Not much info can be found about the formation Kraze. On the backside of the 7″ single we find the band with their members:
Thanks to the genius of Clive Culbertson, the Sweat will be remembered as one of the very, very best unheralded power pop bands ever. Hailing from Ireland, they released their sole Lp in 1980 on the Double D label. This gem, called ‘No More Running’, is on a par with the Yankee Rose Lp released the same year in the USA by a [...]
The Dance Band started when Lou Stonebridge rang some friends up to ‘Have a blow’ at a local pub in Twickenham and a few charity gigs.The phone calls rounded up lead guitarist Steve VanDeller, a producer with Stiff Records, and a solo artist under the name of Steve Bonnet for RCA, Rob Townsend, the former drummer with [...]