||Brenda joined the Speed
the Plough after the Feelies disbanded in 1991, playing bass on their
second and third record.
Afterwards she founded a beautiful band called Wild Carnation with Richard Barnes, who is also her husband, Anne Hopkins and Chris O'Donovan.
They realised two wonderful album: Tricycle in 1994, and Superbus in 2006.
Brenda also played bass in a few songs of a german band, the food For friends.
|Dave was the first Feelies member
to realize a personal project, a 7" containing two
tracks realised in 1980:
Glenn's first solo
album has been
The first project Glenn started after the Feelies is a new band called the Wake Ooloo. He produced the three beautiful albums realized by the group, performed vocals and, obviously, played his guitar on them. The Wake Ooloo disbanded in 1998.
Then in 1997 he both started playing with the True Wheel. The band recorded a bunch of songs that have been recently made available for download. Also, they appear with a live song on the compilation Buda Bootleg Vol.1 by New Brunswick Underground.
Meanwhile Glenn was involved in another project, the Sunburst: members included also Stan and former Trypes / Speed the Plough Toni Paruta, Marc Francia and John Baumgartner. The band recorded a 3 demo songs tape at the end of 1998 and a few more songs in the following couple of years but they never released an album. After the Feelies reunion, the band eventually evolved in a new version of Speed the Plough.
||Like most of the Feelies
Stan played with the Speed the Plough for a
while, appearing on their
second album Wonder Wheel.
Then he was part of the Luna from late 1991 until 1995, recording three albums and several EP's.
In 1997 his drum kit appears onn the record Apartment Life from the band Ivy.
Finally Stan has also been involved in the Sunburst with Glenn and Dave.