Dee c. lee - new reality vibe

    Throughout the rest of the 1980's, Lee (by then married to Style Council frontman Paul Weller) continued to work with the band on their albums Home and Abroad (1986),  The Cost of Loving (1987), Confessions of a Pop Group (1988) and Modernism: A New Decade (1989).

    Between 1989 and 1991, Lee teamed up with Robert Howard of The Blow Monkeys to form the recording act Slam Slam. They achieved a number of UK club hits, including Move (Dance All Night) and Free Your Feelings , the latter produced by The Young Disciples. These tracks were club hits in the US as well as the UK.

    In 1993, Lee later collaborated with Gang Starr frontman, Guru, on a single from his solo project Jazzmatazz called No Time to Play , which also featured Ronny Jordan. She met Guru after he heard Slam Slam and wanted to work with her. He did a re-mix of Free Your Feelings and in 1993 asked her to perform on the Jazzmatazz album. No Time to Play featuring Dee C Lee was the first single from the album and reached in the UK. The subsequent tour of the UK, Europe and Japan saw her working with legends Roy Ayres, Courtney Pine and Donald Byrd. Later in the 1990s, Lee released two further solo albums: Things Will Be Sweeter (1994) and Smiles (1998). A 12-inch, New Reality Vibe , was released on the Mo Wax label, while Dee was recording the Things Will Be Sweeter album. Dee also sang on Jamiroquai's Return of the Space Cowboy album at Jay's request and she sang on the Jazzmatazz album Voume 2: The New Reality hosted by Guru. She also travelled to Japan
    to promote the Things Will Be Sweeter album.

    In 2006, Lee played the part of a pop star in the comedy film Rabbit Fever.

    In September 2007, Lee performed her hit See The Day on ITV1's Loose Women show.

    In 2008, Lee had a singing role in the British short movie, T he Town That Boars Me , which also starred her son Natt Weller. On 31 May 2009, Lee joined ex-Level 42 musicians Mike Lindup and Phil Gould to play a comeback gig with a collective called Favoured Nations. The gig took place at Ginglik, Shepherd's Bush, London. On 11th Oct 2009 Lee played a memorable gig at Dingwalls in Camden before she played The Pheasantry in Chelsea again on March 5th 2011.

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