(Voice Of The Beehive - should ring at least a few bells, right?) [media id=17408] As the life expectancy of bands go, Voice Of the Beehive lasted
July 3, 2010

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(Voice Of The Beehive - should ring at least a few bells, right?)


As the life expectancy of bands go, Voice Of the Beehive lasted rather long. From 1986-1995 they turned out several hits and a number of good albums. A talented band who were well received in the UK and Europe, and moderately successful here. But, as is often the case, some things just aren't destined to last and they broke up in 1995 and, aside from a brief reunion in 2005, haven't been heard from lately.

Except today - here is a live concert they did for the BBC which was recorded in 1991 featuring the band at their peak and a lot of familiar material.

Good stuff to play loud.

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