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The Sweet's first full LP album, Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be , was released in November It was not a serious contender on the charts. Their albums' failure to match the success of their singles was a problem that would plague the band throughout their career.
February saw the release of "Poppa Joe", which reached number 1 in Finland and peaked at number 11 in the UK Singles Chart.
Billboard Hot after a re-issue in , thus becoming the group's biggest American hit. Although "Wig-Wam Bam" remained largely true to the style of the Sweet's previous recordings, the vocals and guitars had a harder, more rock-oriented sound, largely because it was the first Chinn-Chapman single on which only members of Sweet played the instruments.
In January " Block Buster! To promote their singles, the Sweet made numerous appearances on U. In one performance of "Block Buster! Rex , Queen , Slade , and Wizzard for outrageous stage clothing.
Despite the Sweet's success, the relationship with their management was becoming increasingly tense. While they had developed a large fan-base among teenagers, the Sweet were not happy with their ' bubblegum ' image.
The Sweet had always composed their own heavy-rock songs on the B-sides of their singles to contrast with the bubblegum A-sides which were composed by Chinn and Chapman.
During this time, Sweet's live performances consisted of B-sides, album tracks, and various medleys of rock and roll classics; they avoided older 'novelty' hits like "Funny Funny" and "Poppa Joe".
A performance at the Palace Theatre and Grand Hall in Kilmarnock ended in the Sweet being bottled off stage; the disorder was attributed by some including Steve Priest to the Sweet's lipstick and eye-shadow look, and by others to the audience being unfamiliar with the concert set the CD release Live at the Rainbow documents a live show from this period.
The incident would be immortalised in the hit " The Ballroom Blitz " September In the meantime, the Sweet's chart success continued, showing particular strength in the UK, Denmark , Germany , Sweden and Australia.
At the end of , the band's name evolved from "The Sweet" to "Sweet". The change would be reflected in all of their releases from onward.
By , Sweet had grown tired of the management team of Chinn and Chapman, who wrote the group's major hits and cultivated the band's glam rock image.
The group and producer Phil Wainman, assisted by engineer Peter Coleman, recorded the album Sweet Fanny Adams , which was released in April Sweet's technical proficiency was demonstrated for the first time on self-penned hard rock tracks such as "Sweet F.
Sweet also adopted a more conventional hard rock sound and appearance. Sweet Fanny Adams also featured compressed high-pitched backing vocal harmonies , which was a trend that continued on all of Sweet's albums.
During sessions for the album, Brian Connolly was injured in a fight in Staines High Street. His throat was badly injured and his ability to sing severely limited.
Priest and Scott filled in on lead vocals on some tracks "No You Don't", "Into The Night" and "Restless" and Connolly, under treatment from a Harley Street specialist, managed to complete the album.
The band did not publicise the incident and told the press that subsequent cancelled shows were due to Connolly having a throat infection.
Sweet Fanny Adams would be Sweet's only non-compilation release to break the UK Albums Chart Top Sweet were invited by Pete Townshend to support the Who , who were playing at Charlton Athletic 's football ground, The Valley in June However, Connolly's badly bruised throat kept them from fulfilling the role.
Sweet had frequently cited the Who as being one of their main influences and played a medley of their tracks in their live set for many years.
Their third album, Desolation Boulevard , was released later in , six months after Sweet Fanny Adams. By that stage, producer Phil Wainman had moved on and the album was produced by Mike Chapman.
It was recorded in a mere six days and featured a rawer "live" sound. One track, " The Man with the Golden Arm ", written by Elmer Bernstein and Sylvia Fine for the Frank Sinatra movie of the same name, featured drummer Mick Tucker performing an 8 and half minute solo although this was not included in the U.
This had been a staple of the band's live performance for years. The first single from the LP, the heavy-melodic "The Six Teens" July , was a Top 10 hit in the U.
However, the subsequent single release, "Turn It Down" November , reached only No. The album also featured a group composition, "Fox On The Run", which was to be re-recorded months later.
The U. Side One of the album contained all Chapman-Chinn penned songs, while Side Two featured songs written and produced by Sweet. In Sweet went back into the studio to re-arrange and record a more pop-oriented version of the track " Fox on the Run ".
Sweet's first self-written and produced single, "Fox on the Run" was released worldwide in March and became their biggest selling hit, reaching number one in Germany, Denmark, and South Africa , number two in the United Kingdom, Ireland , Norway and the Netherlands and number three in Austria and Switzerland.
In Australia it not only made it to the top of the charts, it also became the biggest selling single of that year. The release of this track marked the end of the formal Chinn-Chapman working relationship and the band stressed it was now fully self-sufficient as writers and producers.
The following single release, " Action " July , peaked at number 15 in the UK. Now confident in their own songwriting and production abilities, Sweet spent the latter half of in Musicland Studios in Munich , Germany, where they recorded the Give Us A Wink album with German sound engineer Reinhold Mack , who later recorded with Electric Light Orchestra and co-produced Queen.
The new album release was deferred until so as not to stifle the chart success Desolation Boulevard was enjoying, peaking at number 25 in the US and number 5 in Canada.
With Give Us a Wink being held over, RCA issued a double album in Europe, Strung Up , in November. It contained one live disc, recorded in London in December , and one disc compiling previously released single tracks plus an unused track by Chinn and Chapman — "I Wanna Be Committed".
Tucker played drums on both tracks. January saw the release of the single "The Lies In Your Eyes", which made the Top 10 in Germany, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Australia, but only reached No.
Sweet's first album to be fully produced and written by themselves, Give Us A Wink , was released in March By this time, Sweet strove to build on their growing popularity in America with a schedule of more than fifty headline concert dates.
Even though Give Us A Wink ' s release was imminent, the band's set essentially promoted the US version of Desolation Boulevard plus the new US hit single "Action".
During an appearance at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in California on 24 March, Sweet played " All Right Now " with Ritchie Blackmore as a tribute to mark the death of Free guitarist Paul Kossoff , who was to have supported Sweet with his band Back Street Crawler.
The US tour was not financially successful, with small audiences at many venues leading to the final half-dozen or so dates to be cancelled.
Following the end of the tour, the band went on to Scandinavia and Germany. The band also spent a week at the Who 's Ramport Studios in Battersea demoing material for a new album before abandoning that project and playing eight dates in Japan.
By the end of the Japanese shows Connolly's extremely hoarse singing voice was manifest evidence of the demands of constant touring and the enduring after-effects of his assault.
Between October and January , Sweet wrote and recorded new material at Kingsway Recorders and Audio International London studios for their next album.
An advance single from the album, "Lost Angels", was only a hit in Germany,  Austria and Sweden. A new album, Off the Record , was released in April.
The next single from the album, "Fever of Love", represented the band heading in a somewhat more Europop hard rock direction, once again charting in Germany,  Austria and Sweden, while reaching number 10 in South Africa.
The band cancelled a US tour with emerging US rockers Aerosmith , did not play any live dates in support of the album and, in fact, did not play a single concert for the whole of Sweet left RCA in and signed a new deal with Polydor though it would not come into force until later in the year.
In the United States, Canada and Japan Capitol had issued Sweet's albums since and would continue to do so through to The first Polydor album, Level Headed January , found Sweet experimenting by combining rock and classical sounds " a-la clavesin ", an approach similar to Electric Light Orchestra 's, and featured the single " Love Is Like Oxygen ".
The ballad, "Lettres D'Amour", featured a duet between Connolly and Stevie Lange who would emerge as lead singer with the group Night in With the addition of session and touring musicians keyboardist Gary Moberley and guitarist Nico Ramsden, Sweet undertook a short European and Scandinavian tour followed by a single British concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon on 24 February However, " Love Is Like Oxygen " January was their last U.
One more single from the album, "California Nights" May , featuring Steve Priest as the lead vocalist, peaked at number 23 on the German charts.
Between March and May Sweet extensively toured the US, as a support act for Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. The tour included a disastrous date in Birmingham, Alabama on 3 May, during which visiting Capitol Records executives in the audience saw Brian Connolly give a drunken and incoherent performance that terminated early in the set with his collapse on stage, leaving the rest of the group to play on without him.
The band returned briefly to Britain before resuming the second leg of their US tour in late May supporting other acts, including Foghat and Alice Cooper.
Concluding the US tour in early July , Brian's alcoholism and estrangement from the group was steadily becoming a greater issue.
In late October, having spent further time at Clearwell Castle to write for their next album, Sweet arrived at The Town House studio in Shepherds Bush , London to complete and record, Cut Above the Rest April Due to tensions between various members attributed to Connolly's health and diminishing status with the group, his long-time friend and fellow founding member, Mick Tucker, was tasked to produce Connolly's vocals.
It was felt Tucker would extract a better performance than Scott from Connolly. A number of tracks were recorded featuring Connolly.
However, these efforts were deemed unsatisfactory and Brian left the band on 2 November On 23 February , Brian Connolly's departure from Sweet was formally announced by manager David Walker.
Publicly, Connolly was said to be pursuing a solo career with an interest in recording country rock. Sweet continued as a trio with Priest assuming the lion's share of lead vocals, though Scott and Tucker were also active in that role.
The first single release for the trio was "Call Me". Guest keyboard player Gary Moberley continued to augment the group on stage.
Guitarist Ray McRiner joined their touring line-up in , with a small tour with Journey in the eastern United States and Cheap Trick in Texas in the spring and summer of '79 to support Cut Above The Rest which was released in April McRiner would also contribute the songs "Too Much Talking" and the single "Give The Lady Some Respect" to the next Sweet album, Waters Edge August , which was recorded in Canada.
In the US, Waters Edge was titled Sweet VI. It featured the singles "Sixties Man" and "Give The Lady Some Respect". Tragedy befell Mick Tucker when his wife Pauline drowned in the bath at their home on 26 December The band withdrew from live work for all of One more studio album, Identity Crisis , was recorded during —81 but was only released in West Germany and Mexico.
Sweet undertook a short tour of the UK and performed their last live show at Glasgow University on 20 March Steve Priest then returned to the United States, where he had been living since late When Polydor released Identity Crisis in October , the original Sweet had been disbanded for almost a year.
Andy Scott and Mick Tucker organised their own version of Sweet with Paul Mario Day ex- Iron Maiden , More , Wildfire on lead vocals, Phil Lanzon ex-Grand Prix on keyboards and Mal McNulty on bass.
The band performed at the Marquee Club in London in February , with the shows recorded and gaining release a few years later, bolstered by four new studio tracks including a cover of the Motown standard " Reach Out I'll Be There ".
This line-up also toured Australian and New Zealand pubs and clubs for more than three months in and for a similar period again in Singer Paul Mario Day ended up marrying the band's Australian tour guide and relocating downunder.
He continued with Sweet commuting back and forth to Europe for the group's tours until this proved to be too cumbersome. He departed in late As McNulty moved into the front man spot, Jeff Brown came in to take over bass early in Lanzon too went back and forth between Sweet and Uriah Heep during before Heep's schedule grew too busy.
Malcolm Pearson and then Ian Gibbons who had played with The Kinks and The Records both filled in for Lanzon until Steve Mann Liar, Lionheart , McAuley Schenker Group arrived in December Tucker departed after a show in Lochau , Austria , on 5 May He later was diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia.
Three drummers, Andy Hoyler, Bobby Andersen and Bruce Bisland Weapon, Wildfire, Praying Mantis , provided short-term relief before Bodo Schopf McAuley Schenker Group took over.
They recorded an album during this period, simply titled A. Before the band embarked on the supporting tour for A in , Bodo left and Bisland returned as permanent percussionist.
Scott changed the band's name to 'Andy Scott's Sweet' after Tucker's departure but truncated it to simply 'The Sweet' once again after Tucker's death in Mal McNulty , now lead vocalist, departed in , though he would return briefly that year to fill in for Jeff Brown on bass as he would again in as lead singer for a few dates while Rocky Newton subbed on bass.
Sweet's former keyboard men Gary Moberley and Ian Gibbons also did fill-in jaunts with the group that year, as did Chris Goulstone. Chad Brown ex- Lionheart ; no relation to Jeff was the new front man.
Glitz Blitz and Hitz , a new studio album of re-recorded Sweet hits, was released during this period. In Mann left to take a job in television and Gibbons came back for a short time before Steve Grant ex- The Animals became the permanent keyboardist.
When Chad Brown quit in after developing a throat infection, Jeff Brown assumed lead vocals and bass duties.
After this, the band was stable again for the next five years. The mids would bring further confusing shake-ups and rotations.
Tony O'Hora ex- Onslaught , Praying Mantis replaced Brown as lead vocalist in Ian Gibbons came back for a third stint as fill-in keyboardist in June for a gig in the Faroe Islands.
O'Hora decided to split to take a teaching job in late New singer Mark Thompson Smith ex-Praying Mantis joined in November for some Swedish gigs, while Jo Burt ex- Black Sabbath was temporary bass player.
Tony Mills ex- Shy was slated to be Sweet's new singer in early but failed to work out and left after six shows in Denmark. The line-up then consisted of Scott, Bisland, Grant and Lincoln.
Scott produced the Suzi Quatro album Back to the Drive , released in February March saw the U. In the group played in Germany, Belgium, Austria and Italy.
In May of that year, the band played in Porto Alegre and Curitiba , Brazil , their first and only South American shows. The tour was called the 'Sweet Fanny Adams Tour'.
The band toured again in March under the name 'Sweet Fanny Adams Revisited Tour'. In March and April , Scott was absent from a couple of gigs due to ill health and Martin Mickels stood in.
Scott revealed later that he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer and was treated at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. After a course of treatment and rest, he was back to full touring fitness.
In the band played at venues in Europe and back at Bilston in October. In March there was a short tour of Australia, Regal Theatre - Perth, and Clipsal , Adelaide with the Doobie Brothers.
Also in , Tony O'Hora came back to the group, this time as keyboardist, after Grant departed. In March the band released a new album New York Connection.
Recorded in England, it comprised 11 cover versions, including the single "Join Together" and one revamped original recording; the B-side "New York Connection".
On the eve of their March "Join Together" tour of Australia, the band undertook an acoustic performance of three tracks, "New York Groove-Empire State of Mind", "Blockbuster" and "Peppermint Twist", in front of a live audience at ABC Radio Studios in East Perth.
Shows in Perth , Adelaide , Hobart , Geelong , Melbourne and Sydney featured tracks from the new album for the first time. Paul Manzi joined Sweet on their Australian tour, replacing Tony O'Hora who was absent for personal reasons.
Manzi played guitar, keyboard and undertook lead vocals on "Set Me Free" and "AC-DC" as the band performed shows in regional centres, including outback Western Australia, Darwin and far-north Queensland , NSW and Victoria during February and March.
The band, with O'Hora back in the ranks, returned to Australia in September as the headlining act for "Rock The Boat 4".
This was a cruise aboard the ship Rhapsody of the Seas which departed Sydney and took in New Caledonia and Vanuatu. In June it was revealed that the band were going on an extensive tour of the UK in late and that this tour would probably be their last.
For the summer tour dates, Paul Manzi returned to sub for Peter Lincoln who left this online message to the fans: "There have been a few rumours going around this weekend, so.
The short explanation for my absence is that I need to rest my voice for a few weeks. I look forward to being back on stage very soon. Pete Lincoln duly resumed his role in the band and they continued with extensive live dates, known as the "Finale" tour in Germany.
In after Andy undertook a successful Australian visit with Suzi Quatro and Don Powell in the side outfit known as QSP, Sweet was again booked for an extensive European tour.
In the years following both Tony O'Hora and Pete Lincoln departed the band. Paul Manzi returned as permanent lead vocalist, quitting the popular outfit Cats in Space to do so.
Lee Small joined as bassist and backing vocalist. Former guitarist and keyboard player Steve Mann joined for a handful of shows as a special guest.
During the COVID pandemic the band recorded a new album of old tracks entitled Isolation Boulevard. In Brian Connolly formed a new version of the Sweet without any of the other original members.
Despite recurring ill health, Connolly toured the UK and Europe with his band, "Brian Connolly's Sweet", which was then renamed to "New Sweet".
His most successful concerts were in West Germany, before and after reunification. During , Connolly met up again with Frank Torpey.
Torpey later explained in interviews Connolly was trying to get a German recording deal. The two got on very well and Torpey subsequently invited Connolly to go into the recording studio with him, as an informal project.
After much trepidation, Connolly turned up and the track "Sharontina" was recorded. This recording would not be released until , appearing on Frank Torpey's album Sweeter.
By July , plans were made for Connolly and his band to tour Australia in November. During the long flight to Australia, Connolly's health had suffered and he was hospitalised in Adelaide Hospital, allegedly for dehydration and related problems.
The rest of the band played a show in Adelaide without him. After being released from the hospital, Connolly joined the other band members in Melbourne for a gig at the Pier Hotel, in Frankston.
After several other shows, including one at the Dingley Powerhouse, Connolly and his band played a final date at Melbourne's Greek Theatre.
It was felt Connolly's health was sufficient reason for the tour not to be extended, and some of the planned dates were abandoned.
Connolly went back to England and his band appeared on The Bob Downe Christmas show on 18 December During the early s, Connolly played the European "oldies" circuit and occasional outdoor festivals in Europe with his band.
On 22 March , a heavy duty tape recorder was stolen from the band's van whilst at a gig in the Bristol Hippodrome with Mud.
It contained demos of four new songs, totalling about 20 mixes. Legal problems were going on in the background over the use of the Sweet name between Connolly and Andy Scott.
Both parties agreed to distinguish their group's names to help promoters and fans. The New Sweet went back to being called Brian Connolly's Sweet and Andy Scott's version became Andy Scott's Sweet.
In , Connolly and his band played in Dubai. He appeared at the Galleria Theatre, Hyatt Regency. He also performed in Bahrain. By this time Connolly had healed the differences with Steve Priest and Mick Tucker, and was invited to the wedding of Priest's eldest daughter, Lisa.
At the private function, for which Priest specially flew back to England, Priest and Connolly performed together. In , Connolly released a new album entitled Let's Go.
His partner Jean, whom he had met a few years earlier, gave birth to a son. They released a live album and DVD, Stryper: Live at the Whiskey , recorded in at the Whiskey A Go Go on the Sunset Strip recorded from November Sweet discussed the group on Eddie Trunk Podcast dated February 4, Only to Rise was released on January 27, Aside from Stryper developing their new album, Fallen , Sweet has confirmed he has signed with Rat Pak Records to release a new solo album in early , One Sided War.
Sweet, as a member of Stryper, released God Damn Evil on April 20, Due to its album title, it was deemed offensive and garnered a "parental guidance" label and was banned from Walmart.
Sweet is planning the release of his tenth studio album, Ten , to be released on RatPak Records in late Sweet also participated as guitarist, lead singer and producer on Stryper's Even the Devil Believes that was released on September 4, Sweet met his wife Kyle while making Stryper's first video.
They were married for 22 years and had two children together. In , Kyle died after a two-year battle with cancer.
On January 8, , Michael married Lisa Champagne. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Michael Sweet, see Michael Sweet disambiguation.
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