Dot Allison performs 'Paved With A Little Pain' for BalconyTV London
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DOT ALLISON - PAVED WITH A LITTLE PAIN
PRESENTED BY LAYLA ANNA-LEE
Founded the band One Dove in 1991. They played Top of The Pops and achieved chart success both in the UK and America the song White Love reached No. 6 in the US dance charts in 1993.
Signed as solo artist with Heavenly Records in 1997
Released the critically acclaimed 'AFTERGLOW' which went to No. 1 at College radio across America. Included collaboration with Mani Mounfield (Stone Roses) and Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine)
In 2000 signed to Mantra Records / Beggars Banquet and released 'WE ARE SCIENCE' co-produced by Dave Fridmann to rave reviews
In 2007 released on Cooking Vinyl Records EXALTATION OF LARKS produced by the legendary KRAMER (Blondie, Daniel Johnson)
Credits and Collaborations
Wrote Did I Imagine You? and By Myself with Hal David lyricist partner of Burt Bacharach
Sang Dirge for Death In Vegas. The song became the theme of an international Levis campaign and was featured on the sound tracks of 'The Black Dahlia' and 'Blair Witch 2'
Wrote and performed on the song 'Diving Horses' on the next Death In Vegas LP 'Scorpio Rising' alongside Liam Gallagher, Paul Weller and Hope Sandoval.
Wrote the song 'Distractions' on the Zero 7 LP Simple Things.
Composed and performed the song 'Aftersun' with Massive Attack for the Luc Besson movie 'Danny the Dog'
Co- wrote 4 songs for the Babyshambles with Peter Doherty and joined the band to perform the songs with Pete on 'Bilo Albion Tour' 2004
Recorded a duet with Bobby Gillespie of the Scottish band Primal Scream.
Wrote/ sang Colour Me featured in the No 1 Box Office hit movie 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'
Nov 8 Barbican Theatre performance Tilting + Drifting The Songs Of Scott Walker
Featured vocalist on new Chris Smith horror film Triangle
Co-Wrote/duet with Peter Doherty Sheepskin Tearaway on his Debut solo album Grace/Wastelands
Check out her website - http://www.dotallison.com
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