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Emma Bunton



Former member of the big girl group Spice Girls
and now a successful solo artist

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Emma Bunton’s story is as simple as it is world-famous. A fifth of the most successful girl group ever, she’s been behind the freshest pop cuts in recent memory both with the Spice Girls and as a new millennial pop icon in her own right. And ‘Free Me’ marks the start of a new chapter.

Source: Emma Bunton website

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Discography (albums):
2002 A Girl Like Me
2004 Free Me

Discography (singles):
What Took You So Long
What I Am
2001 What Took You So Long
2001 Take My Breath Away
2002 We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight
2003 Maybe
2003 Free Me
2004 I'll Be There Pt.1
2004 I'll Be There Pt.2
2004 Crickets Sing For Anamaria Pt.1
2004 Crickets Sing For Anamaria Pt.2

Apperas on:
Spice Girls Spice (1996) Vocals
Spice Girls Spiceworld (1997) Vocals
Spice Girls Spiceworld [Japan] (1998) Vocals
Spice Girls Spiceworld [Bonus Video CD] (1998) Vocals
Original Soundtrack Pokemon: The First Movie (1999) Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
Various Artists Now Dance 2000, Vol. 1 (1999) Vocals
Various Artists Smash Hits 2000 (2000) Vocals
Various Artists Party at the Palace: The Queen's... (2002) Vocals

Listen to ...
Emma Bunton

. Emma Bunton


What influences you most as a songwriter?
Emma Bunton: " It's been lots of things..... down to every day life, down to my mum has been a great influence in my life. Texas, Gabrielle, a real varied range of music. There's lots of things.... Every day influences me. And I try to learn something new every day. Everything I learn I put into my music."
Source: www.girl.com.au

The video for 'Maybe' is completely hyper. Was it fun to make?
Emma Bunton: "Absolutely. We rehearsed the whole routine for it about a week before shooting. What's more we were rehearsing on the hottest day of the year and it was absolutely boiling! We were all sweating and the poor dancers had pvc up to their necks, it was really gruelling stuff. I'm so pleased with the result"
Source: www.blueyonder.co.uk

more info

advanced technologic sound magazine
2004 december issue 132

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