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Pearl Harbour - Don't Follow Me, I'm Lost Too

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On this date in 1981, Pearl Harbour released her first post-Explosions album, Don't Follow Me, I'm Lost Too. It contained the singles, "Fujiyama Mama" and "Cowboys And Indians". Lead singer Pearl E. Gates had formerly been the lead singer of San Francisco new wave/power pop band Pearl Harbour And The Explosions. After the band broke up, she moved to England, changed her name to Pearl Harbour (adding the "u" as it was more commonly spelled in England) and changed her style as a solo artist to add a rockabilly flavor to her music.




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5 comments:

mug said...

Many thanks for pointing me in thedirection of this. I've been hoping to find it for a long time. Thanks so much for this and for all you good folks do here.

MOOKIE said...

Funny, I've had this on vinyl for years. I could never find a downloadable copy. I recently found it as a few weeks before Club80 posted this...Great album!

Club80 said...

Well Mug,
We thank you for your kind words and glad you are enjoying this.

Hey Mookie!
Great minds think alike...or is it psychotic minds?
Never could get that one clear in my mind.

Anonymous said...

Hi. I actually used to know Pearl Harbour. We went on vacation to Mexico with friends. She was a great personl and I would love to hook up with her again. If anyone has any info, please e-mail alexnyc63@aol.com. Thanks.

Leif Vidar Gullstad said...

Great album, I had it in my Collection all the time since `80... Havent seen it on cd so far, but found it on itunes.

anyone who know the band on this album??

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