Lindy Layton

Lindy Layton

Following the success of her singles with Beats International, in 1990, Lindy signed a solo deal with Arista, and released her version of Janet Kay’s hit, “Silly Games”. The single was a notable hit, and further releases followed from her debut album.

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Following the success of her singles with Beats International, in 1990, Lindy signed a solo deal with Arista, and released her version of Janet Kay’s hit, “Silly Games”. The single was a notable hit, and further releases followed from her debut album, Pressure (released in 1991).

However, these decreased in popularity with each release. Pressure was mostly produced by Norman Cook and the dance-soul-funk outfit Driza Bone. The album’s second single, “Echo My Heart” narrowly missed out on a UK Top 40 placing in January 1991.