Windy Lyre
Windy Lyre was the wife of Michael Knott at the time that her one Blonde Vinyl album was recorded. After 17 years she finally released her follow-up album. However, since then there has been no news of any more new music. Michael helped co-write most of the songs on both albums. Her music is alternative pop, along the lines of 10,000 Manics or Sixpence None the Richer.
  Windy Lyre

Blonde Vinyl Releases
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Windy Lyre
BVCD3222 (1991)
Produced by Michael Knott

Windy Lyre - vocals
Michael Knott - guitar, bass, drum programming
Robert Mayer - additional bass, Roland R5 drum tech
Mike Misiuk - Roland R5 program to tape tech

01) Illumination 4:11 Knott, Lyre
02) Field Of Flowers 3:57 Knott, Lyre
03) You're Beautiful 3:50 Knott, Lyre
04) Ave 3:54 Knott, Lyre
05) Paralyzed 4:00 Knott, Lyre
06) Blue 4:52 Knott, Lyre
07) Day I Die 3:40 Knott, Lyre
08) Drink 3:06 Knott, Lyre

Blonde Vinyl Compilation Appearances
Windy Lyre Video: Illumination

Post-Blonde Vinyl Career
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Windy Lyre
Overflow (2008)
Produced by Michael Knott and Rick McDonough

Windy Lyre - vocals
Michael Knott - guitar, bass, drums, keyboards
Rick McDonough - Electric guitar, bass, lap steel, keyboards, drums
Art by Stormie

01) Overflow 2:47 Lyre, Knott
02) Rescue 3:47 Lyre, Knott
03) More Than Ever 3:49 Lyre, Knott
04) Beautiful 4:06 Lyre, Knott
05) Crumbs 3:34 Lyre, Knott
06) Dance Over Me 4:46 Lyre, Knott
07) Hollow 3:28 Lyre, Knott
08) Let Me Love You 4:36 Lyre, Knott
09) Love is the Thing 3:57 Lyre, Knott
10) Beloved 3:03 Lyre, Knott
11) Wrap You in Heaven 4:28 Lyre, Knott

Comments about Windy Lyre
Beautifully-voiced musical introspection

Comment posted by J.Burk on Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at 09:03 PM
Windy is back and making music - new album out now.

Comment posted by Matt on Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 01:43 PM
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