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The Communards were a British pop duo, active from to The name 'Communards' refers to the revolutionaries of the Paris Commune. The Communards formed in after singer Jimmy Somerville left his earlier band Bronski Beat to team up with classically trained musician Richard Coles.
Coles, though mainly a pianist, played a number of instruments and had been seen previously performing the clarinet solos on the Bronski Beat hit "It Ain't Necessarily So". They were joined by bass player Dave Renwick who had also played with Bronski Beat. It featured Sarah Jane Morris as co-vocalist, taking advantage of the contrast between Morris' deep and rounded contralto and Somerville's soaring falsetto. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the pop group.
For the 19th century French political activists Theres More To Love (Than Boy Meets Girl) - Jimmy Somerville which they were named, Theres More To Love (Than Boy Meets Girl) - Jimmy Somerville Communards.
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