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Clean Modern & Reasonable

The Motels

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Nice and suttle with Martha's Power

These are remakes of some hit Motels songs with Martha signing with a guitar or other acoustic instruments as a background. The album is excellent for background music or quiet nights, but a must for any vocal or Motel fan. The songs are harmonious and the production was crisp. As a Motel fan through the 80’s we all loved the Motels because they produced good albums as well as songs. What made them special was Martha’s powerful and full voice. I remember back in 1988 a radio show wryly announced that Martha Davis has a throat ailment and was finished singing. Well 20 years later, well the rest is not history, but a great recovery/comeback story! Starting this album with “Counting” was pure genus because that was their most underrated song. Maybe the rerelease might include "envy"? they need to release the rest of thier albums here!


Very nice!!! Where have you been Martha? Music needs you!!!


Formed: 1973 in Berkeley, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Led by the charismatic Martha Davis, the Motels were one of the most successful and acclaimed bands to emerge from the fertile Los Angeles new wave scene, reaching the Top Ten in 1982 with their biggest hit, "Only the Lonely." Davis formed the group in 1972 while living in Berkeley, California, recruiting guitarist Dean Chamberlain and bassist Richard d'Andrea; originally dubbed the Warfield Foxes, they became the Motels upon relocating to L.A., but despite interest from a number of record labels,...
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