"Morcheeba" is a British band that mixes influences from trip hop, rhythm and blues and pop.
Sometime in the mid-1990s, the Godfrey brothers (DJ Paul Godfrey and multi-instrumentalist Ross Godfrey) recruited Skye Edwards as vocalist. Five albums later (2003), Edwards left the band. < need a citation for this section: "as the brothers wanted to go in a different musical direction"--> In 2005 they recorded another album, and recruited Daisy Martey (formerly of the band Noonday Underground) to replace Edwards on vocals. Edwards' voice had become an integral part of Morcheeba's sound, and the new lead singer faced criticism from both fans and music critics. Recently the Godfrey brothers have replaced Martey with another singer - Jody Sternberg - for their live performances.
* ''Who Can You Trust?'' (1996)
* ''Big Calm'' (1998) #18 UK
* ''La Boule Noire'' (1998) (live)
* ''Fragments of Freedom'' (2000) #6 UK
* ''Charango'' (2002) #7 UK
* ''Parts of the Process (The Very Best Of Morcheeba)'' (2003) #6 UK
* ''The Antidote'' (2005) #17 UK
* ''The Platinum Collection'' (2005)
* ''Get Mashed (by Kool DJ Klear)'' (2005)
From ''Who Can You...
|music genre||Electronic (music)|
|current members|| Paul Godfrey|
|past members|| Skye Edwards|