Lucy Show, The

Members of Lucy Show, The: Bryan Hudspeth, Mark Bandola, Pete Barraclough, Rob Vandeven
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.words-on-music.com/lucyshow.html, http://thelucyshow.com, http://www.myspace.com/thelucyshowmusic

Discography of Lucy Show, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 ...Undone 11 Audio 1985 A&M Records
2 Mania 12 Audio 1987 Big Time
3 Mania 10 Audio 1987 Big Time
4 New Message 4 Audio 1987 Big Time
5 Mania 10 Audio 1986 Big Time
6 Electric Dreams 2 Audio 1984 Piggy Bank Records
7 Leonardo Da Vinci / Kill The Beast 2 Audio 1983 Shout (2)
8 ...Undone 11 Audio 1985 A&M Records
9 Mania 10 Audio 1986 Mercury
10 A Million Things 3 Audio 1987 Big Time
11 Wherever Your Heart Will Go 3 Audio 1988 Redhead Records (3)
12 Wherever Your Heart Will Go 2 Audio 1988 Redhead Records (3)
13 ...Undone 11 Audio 1985 A&M Records
14 Extended Play 4 Audio 1984 Piggy Bank Records
15 ...Undone Album Sampler 4 Audio A&M Records
16 Undone 2 Audio 1985 A&M Records
17 Ephemeral (This Is No Heaven) 2 Audio 1985 A&M Records
18 New Message 2 Audio 1987 Big Time
19 Live, Bath, Moles Club 17 Audio 1987 Not On Label (The Lucy Show Self-released)
20 Ephemeral (This Is No Heaven) 3 Audio 1985 A&M Records
21 Mania 10 Audio 1986 Big Time
22 A Million Things 2 Audio 1987
23 See It Goes 2 Audio 1984 Piggy Bank Records
24 New Message 2 Audio 1987 Big Time
25 A Million Things 3 Audio 1986 Bigtime
26 Mania 10 Audio 1986 Big Time
27 Mania 10 Audio 1986 Big Time
28 ...Undone 11 Audio 1985 A&M Records


The Lucy Show was formed in London in 1983 by Canadians Mark Bandola (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Rob Vandeven (vocals, bass), originally called Midnite Movie, with Paul Rigby on drums. Bryan Hudspeth later replaced Rigby with Peter Barraclough coming in on guitar, which is when they changed their name to The Lucy Show.


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