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Mike + The Mechanics is a pop rock band from London (UK) founded in 1985 as a side project of Mike Rutherford,...
Mike + The Mechanics is a pop rock band from London (UK) founded in 1985 as a side project of Mike Rutherford, a founding member Genesis. He is known for his hits -Another cup of coffee- ; -Silent Running- ; -All I Need Is A Miracle- ; -Taken In The Living Years- ; -Word Of Mouth- ; -Over My Shoulder". The group initially included Paul Carrack, Paul Young Fire (the Sad Café, not to be confused with the solo singer Paul Young who has recorded with Zucchero), keyboardist Adrian Lee and drummer and percussionist Peter Van Hooke former musician Van Morrison. Carrack was generally assigned to ballads and more pop-oriented numbers, while Young handled the band's heavier work.
After the death of Paul Young (died of a heart attack July 15, 2000), the band reformed in 2004 under the name Mike + The Mechanics + Paul Carrack. The album Rewired was followed by a tour opening for Phil Collins. Mike + The Mechanics back in 2011 with two new singers Andrew Roachford and Tim Howar and a new album -The Road-. -Now that You've Gone- performed for TV, this song brings a new and pretty unexpected sound to the band which is quite - night club -. Featuring a energetic Paul Young on congas. Paul Carrack on the lead vocals is also performing a little Hammond Organ solo (3:38).