The Windbreakers were an American power pop group from Mississippi led by singer-guitarists Tim Lee and Bobby Sutliff.[1] The band released their first EP in 1982,[1] and were best known for an acclaimed 1985 album, Terminal.[2] After three more albums, Lee and Sutliff began solo careers.[1][3] Tim Lee released All That Stuff in 1997.[4]

The Windbreakers
OriginMississippi
Years active1981–2000s
Labels

DiscographyEdit

  • Meet the Windbreakers EP (Big Monkey) 1982
  • Any Monkey With a Typewriter EP (Big Monkey) 1983
  • Disciples of Agriculture (Fr. Closer) 1985
  • Terminal (Homestead) 1985
  • Run (DB) 1986
  • A Different Sort ... (DB) 1987
  • At Home With Bobby and Tim (DB) 1989
  • Electric Landlady (DB) 1991
  • Time Machine (1982–2002)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Ankeny, Jason. "The Windbreakers – Artist Biography". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 15 August 2014.
  2. ^ Scott Miller -Music: What Happened? 2010 0615381960 – Page 130 "The jangly eccentricity of Bobby Sutliff was always a bit of a strange match for Tim Lee's high-energy indie garage rock, "
  3. ^ Schinder, Scott; Robbins, Ira. "Windbreakers". Trouser Press. Retrieved 15 August 2014.
  4. ^ No Depression