This Rare Video of the Cool-Notes was thought lost forever when it was found recently in the attic of Steve McIntosh, it features the original members of the band, Roddy Shaw on Drums, brother Derick Shaw on lead guitar, Loxley williams on rhythm guitar and the late Charles Keymist on bass who sadly died in 1986. more info go to www.cool-notes
This Rare Video of the b side classic Cool-Notes single, My Tune was thought to be lost forever when it was found recently in the attic of Steve McIntosh. It features the original members of the band, Roddy Shaw on Drums, brother Derick Shaw on lead guitar, Loxley williams on rhythm guitar and the late Charles Keymist on bass who sadly died in 1986.
For more info go to www.cool-notes.co.uk
In 1981 "I Will Always Love You" was released on The Mass Media Music record label and became an instant hit and remains today a Lovers Rock classic. The lead vocals were sung by Heather Haywood, and the 'Notes can be seen here performing the track at a live concert which took place at the famous Brixton Acadamy in 1982,
In 1981 'I've Got To Let Him Know' was also released on The Mass Media Music record label and was a massive follow up to 'I Will Always Love You'. The Lead Vocal were sung by Lauraine McIntosh and this video was also shot at The Brixton Acadamy in Brixton in 1982 and features Ian Dunstan on Bass, Peter 'Lee' Gordon on Lead Guitar, Joe 'OBJ' Francis on drums, Joe JC Charles on Rhythm Guitar and Steve McIntosh on Keyboards with Heather Haywood Vocals.
Morning Child was the last Cool-Notes track to be released on The Mass Media Music label in 1982. The song was written by Stephen & Lauraine McIntosh for their baby son 'Bradley McIntosh who was their Morning Child. Its Strange to think that all these years later he would grow and become as one of the lines in the song said "bigger than them in every way" as Bradley became part of that world wide phenomenal group - S Club 7. Here The Cool-Notes perform live at The Brixton Acadamy in 1982 with Lauraine on Lead Vocals and featuring Baby Bradley.
This is one of the favourite Jingles of many, that were commissioned by Richer Sounds The Hi-Fi retailers, and were written & produced by Steve McIntosh and Joe Charles of the Cool-Notes. These jingles were made in 1992. This version is called "Richer Ragga" and although the original jingles were just musical, here we have added some of our favourite Cool-Notes video clips.