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Friday, 12 June 2009

Monsoon - Ever So Lonely

Monsoon formed in 1981 and consisted of singer Sheila Chandra, producer Steve Coe and bass guitarist Martin Smith, whom she had met in London pria to the band forming and signed to the Polygram Label.

Monsoon had a UK hit with 'Ever So Lonely' which made it to number 12 in the UK Singles Chart when Sheila was just 16 years old. The song was a track inspired by the sounds of India, like most of their album. The band released one album, 'Third eye' in 1983. This album featured a cover of Lennon & McCartney's 'Tomorrow never knows'.

After Monsoon disbanded, Sheila signed Steve Coe's Indipop label in 1984 and went on to make her first four solo albums in two years. Sheila retired when she was 20 to take a sabbatical that lasted 4 years and re-emerged with her fifth solo album on Indipop.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Extended Version
Instrumental Version
Sunset Over The Ganges - B-Side


Monsoon - Ever So Lonely - Video

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