Toyah

(London 77 – 83)

 

Official Pre-79 Releases;

Other Pre-79 Recordings;

BBC TV “Glitter” recorded 75, released 76 as “Bilbo Baggins”
Tracks: Floating Free, Dream Maker

Demo recorded May 78, Spaceward studios
Tracks: Computers, Danced, Eyes, Gaoler, Hunger hill, Mother, Neon womb, Problem child, Waiting

Demo recorded 78
Tracks: Israel, Little boy

 

Further Information;

http://www.toyahwillcox.com
http://www.toyah.net
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyah_Willcox
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyah_(band)
http://www.absoluteradio.co.uk/artists/Toyah/biography
http://www.boredteenagers.co.uk/NINTH_ILLUSION.htm
http://www.boredteenagers.co.uk/WHEN_THE_STREETS_WERE_DARK_MORE_THAN_NIGHT.htm

Line ups;

“Bilbo Baggins”
75
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Phil Daniels (gtr)

When The Streets Were Dark With More Than Night
late 76 – Jun 77
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Glen Marks (gtr/voc)
Tony Ollman (bass)
Shirley O’Loughlin (drms)

(unnamed band )
Jun 77 –
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Joel Bogen (gtr)
David Robin (drms)
John Phillips (gtr)
Carrie Kotzberg (voc)
Raja Curry (bass)

(unnamed band #2)
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Joel Bogen (gtr)
David Robin (drms)
Pete Bush (keyb)
Tony Ollman (bass)

Ninth Illusion
Nov 77 – Apr 78
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Joel Bogen (gtr)
David Robin (drms)
Pete Bush (keyb)
John Miller (bass)

Toyah #1
Apr 78 – early 79
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Joel Bogen (gtr)
David Robin (drms)
Pete Bush (keyb)
John Miller (bass)

#2
early – late 79
Toyah Wilcox (voc)
Joel Bogen (gtr)
Pete Bush (keyb)
Mark Henry (bass)
Steve Bray (drms)

Toyah Wilcox also in Maneaters
Steve Bray & Mark Henry are ex-Boyfriends