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Here's more details about groups and individuals Meredith Brooks has worked with, and other bits of trivia.


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Angels of Mercy   "Meredith Brooks and the Angels of Mercy" performed in Portland area hotspots (including the Key Largo) in the early 1980's. Many of Meredith's songs (including the popular "The Look") were recorded on several demo tapes.


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Band and Crew   Check out this page featuring some of the important people who are part of Meredith's success. The page includes pictures!


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Charlotte Caffey   After leaving the Go-Go's, Charlotte Caffey formed The Graces (which included Meredith Brooks and Gia Ciambotti) in 1988. Since then, she has worked with numerous artists, including Belinda Carlisle (also a former Go-Go), Susanna Hoffs and Jewel.

Charlotte Caffey

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Gia Ciambotti   The third member of The Graces, Gia Ciambotti has continued her career in music, working extensively with artists such as Belinda Carlisle (former Go-Go), Patty Smythe, and Bruce Springsteen. Most recently, she has been a member of The Scarletts, performing in the Los Angeles area.

Gia Ciambotti

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Lips   Meredith Brooks was a member of the band Lips in 1980-1981, which performed in the Seattle area. They made a 45rpm record (produced by Dave Perry) with 2 songs (one written by Meredith, the other co-written by her). More details at Jupiterian's Meredith Brooks Site

Lips, Meredith Brooks in center
Lips:
Dizzy Breau
Meredith Brooks
Cyndi Foxe

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"Meredith"   The name "Meredith" is of Celtic/Welsh origin, and has been interpreted as meaning "Guardian of the Sea," "Greatness," "Protector of the Sea," and "Noted Ruler." It was the 434th most popular name for females in the 1990 U.S. census.


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Nuclear Valdez   Meredith Brooks provided backup vocals in the song "Rising Sun" for Nuclear Valdez (Miami-based group) on their album I Am I, released in 1989. Gia Ciambotti, also with The Graces at that time, sings backup on "Hope." RealAudio Sound Clip of "Rising Sun."

I Am I album cover


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