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Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Articles with hAudio microformats Album articles lacking alt text for covers. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Twenty Greatest became Brotherhood of Man's most successful album, reaching Number six in the UK Charts and spending fifteen weeks in the top Three singles released in the first six months of the year all failed to make the charts as did their next album, Higher Than High.
This was despite regular TV appearances and radio play, although the group remained popular on the live circuit. The album Singing a Song was made up of unreleased songs mixed with new material, but no singles were released from the collection.
Manager Tony Hiller set up his own record company in , Dazzle Records. An album was recorded but went unreleased, except for in Australia. The album was a hit, peaking at No. This album did not match the success of the first and missed the UK Charts. Tracks from these albums appear frequently on CD releases of the group, interspersed with their own hit singles. In early , Sheriden opted to leave the group to study for a degree in music. Hiller took on year-old Barry Upton , an up-and-coming songwriter.
Within twelve months they had chalked up three number one singles and encouraged by their popularity, Hiller set about reviving Brotherhood of Man's fortunes. In , Brotherhood of Man signed a deal with EMI in the hope that the new pop revival would encompass them.
Armed with a new single "Lightning Flash", written by Hiller, Lee and Upton, the group were relaunched with a new contemporary image and sound. Their composition, "When the Kissing Stops" made it to the final eight, but although initially tempted, the group decided not to perform the number themselves "We all agreed it would be better to be remembered as winners, and we couldn't bear to lose!
Brotherhood of Man continued to perform in concert throughout the UK and Europe, but less than a year later, Upton elected to leave to work on other projects and the group decided to split. This ended their twelve-year working relationship with Hiller.
In , Brotherhood of Man reunited for a one-off TV appearance and they discussed getting back together. Over the next year, and now back with Sheriden in place of Upton, the group decided to manage themselves and begin performing again. In late , the group were back on the live circuit, but decided against attempting a chart comeback.
Just three months later, the show transferred to the larger Kings Theatre in Glasgow and ran for two weeks. The show transferred in late to London's West End. Brotherhood of Man recorded the songs themselves and the nineteen track collection, available on cassette only, was available to buy at the theatre. The album was never commercially released, although some tracks did make it onto tie-in cassettes to go with the books a few years later.
The Butterfly Children , essentially a children's show, featured many differing styles of music from rap to rock and country and western to the more familiar pop the group were known for.
The show's run ended after a short season, and has not been performed since. In , the group went back into the recording studio and made an album of re recorded hits and some new material with Dutch producer Eddy Ouwens.
Not only was this their first recording for eight years, but it was their first without Hiller. The group continued to perform live throughout the nineties mainly on the cabaret circuit and Holiday Camps such as Butlins. In , they recorded another album, based on their live show. Again, the album contained re-recordings of their hits as well as cover versions that they perform in concert, such as " " by Prince and " Juke Box Hero " by Foreigner. The album contained one new song, the title track " Greenhouse ", rescued from the sessions.
Like the previous album, this was never commercially released and was only available to buy at their shows. Radio El-Dorado. Radio Continu. Radio Tijdloos. Gigantenteam Radio. Delta Piraat. Nijhoff FM. Olympia Classics. Radio Nostalgia. Hete Hits. Hitradio RNI. XXL Radio. Radio Benelux Hilversum. Kilrock Radio. Gigant FM. Oldies Music 4 Ever Radio. Click Your Radio Oldies. Angelo Brotherhood Of Man. Beautiful Lover Brotherhood Of Man.
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