Formed by Paul Panic, Sarah and Martin Hope. Members included Rachel Cox, Soraya Khan, Marko, Debbie Craig, and Dave Browne aka Charlie E, Andy Foxall, Dean Marshall, Paul Hughes, Rod Walker Terry Boazman, Mark Burgess, Nigel Butcher, Vicki
Recorded ‘The Well’, ‘Wax’ and ‘Stop Don’t Feel’, ‘The Brick Wall (Knock It Down), ‘San Antonio’, ‘Des Camisados’, ‘Jack of Diamonds’, ‘Black Cats’ and recorded Stop Don’t Feel / Hold Back at F.S.R. Studio’s on Panic’s No Rip Off Records label in 1983. The single eventually released was I Lost My Mind / Hold Back on February 9th 1984.
Rock band fronted by Tom Sorahan in the late 70s. Regulars at The Railway.
This is an elusive band! From what I can find out Sorahan played every week at the Railway and were fronted by keyboard player/vocalist/songwriter Tom Sorahan – very talented and highly original material. Tom also played with Mark Stanway, now keyboard player with Magnum.
Richard Westwood sent this into the BMA: Prior to Spitfire, I was the final drummer in Sorahan, replacing Les Fortnum. Sorahan was killed by the punk tsunami, although Tom Sorahan got himself a deal with Pye Records and recorded a single album, “I’ve Seen The View, You Can Take Me Back Now”, copies of which can still be found (eBay, rare record shops, etc).
The album is available on Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/Tom-Sorahan-Ive-Seen-The-View-You-Can-Take-Me-Back-Now/release/5831735