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The Sullivans
(United Kingdom)
Formed by Jo Clack in Harlow, Essex, UK in 1985. Vocals/guitar - Jo Clack, Vocals - Sally Larkin, Bass - Heath Simpson, Drums - Bob Porter, Gavin Stephens - Trumpet, Jenny Clements - Tenor Horn.
Only one album was released on their own label in 1986. Contributed track to 'Not Just Mandela' lp on Davy Lamp records in same year Supported the Stone Roses in 1988 at Dingwalls and gigged around London and the south east. Supported early on by Steve Lamacq.
Disbanded in 1988. Jo Clack has collborated with long time songwriting partner Paul Howard of the Tender Trap. Also formed his own group Fledge from 1996-2004, they produced two albums. 2007 released Blake Songs album with Paul Howard. Contact Jo at joeclack@yahoo.co.uk for more info.

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Releases:
The Sullivans (LP) 1986
on Blue Water
- Senseless
- Between The Lines
- Optimism
- This Is Where We Part
- I've Had My Moments
- As You Are
- Falling For Nothing
- Never Again
Somewhere Songs (LP+CD) 13-March-2015
on Firestation Records - FST 116
- Senseless
- Between The Lines
- Optimism
- This Is Where We Part
- I've Had My Moments
- As You Are
- Failling For Nothing
- Never Again
- Standing On
- Here It Is
- Start Again
- Tea With The Family
- All I Ever See
- Untitled Demo 1
- Untitled Demo 2
- Shanty
On compilations:
The Sound Of Leamington Spa Vol.6  (CD) November 2007
on Bilberry Records - BILB 10
and Clarendon Records - W6 8CD
and Firestation Records - FST 75
- Standing On
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