Policy is the first solo studio album by Martha Davis, who is better known as the lead singer for the band The Motels. Martha broke up with her band in February 1987, declaring that she was going solo, and by November, she had released her first solo album. Tell It to the Moon" (Diane Warren) – 4:16. Just Like You" (Martha Davis, John Dexter) – 4:11. Heaven Outside My Door" (Davis) – 4:03. Don't Tell Me the Time" (Davis) – 3:34. Rebecca" (Davis) – 3:22.
Beautiful Life (Martha Davis album). Beautiful Life, also known as Beautiful Life: A Slight Miscalculation, is the third solo studio album by Martha Davis, who is better known as the lead singer for the band The Motels. The album is a concept album Martha developed with some help from Matthew Morgan about her mother's life and death by suicide. Watching the World Go By" – 4:05. Beautiful Life" – 2:57.
Martha Davis And Spouse. 12 tracks · 30 May 2008. Best Hits Collection of Martha Davis.
The album is a concept album Martha developed with some help from Matthew Morgan about her mother's life and death by suicide. Martha Davis, the singer, reformed a version of the band called The Motels featuring Martha Davis in 1998. In 2013, the band was rebranded with a permanent name, Martha Davis and that band is touring the world with a line-up of musicians that have been playing with Davis for over 10 years, longer than the original Motels. The first incarnation of The Motels formed in Berkeley, California in 1971, Lisa Brenneis persuaded Dean Chamberlain, Chuck Wada and Martha Davis into forming a band.
Martha Davis - It's Time For the Postman's Ring 02:38. Martha Davis - Would I Love You 02:39. Martha Davis - Lovin Blues 02:48. Martha Davis - Kitchen Blues 03:04. Martha Davis - Honey Honey Honey 03:15. Martha Davis - How Could Anything So Good Be Bad 03:04. Martha Davis - Marshmallow Moon 02:42. Martha Davis - Get Out Those Old Records 02:12. Martha Davis - I Ain't Gettin Any Younger 02:54. Martha Davis - You re the Doctor 02:34. Martha Davis - 51 02:44. Martha Davis - Martha Boogie 02:56. Martha Davis - Experience 02:20. Martha Davis - The Be-Bop Bounce 02:50.
American singer, songwriter and guitarist, born January 19, 1951 in Berkeley, California.
Martha Davis’ Policy, released in 1987, was the long awaited solo debut album by the lead singer of The Motels. Having found success with the Motels, Davis decided to branch out on her own and expectations were high for Policy. However, the chart results of Policy in no way reflect the actual music that is on the album. The album itself is outstanding, the songs are deep, melancholy and as is usually the case with all Martha Davis compositions, moody and emotional. Davis’ voice is as passionate and as emotional as ever.