Cyndi Lauper Discography

OriginNew York City, U.S.
Years active1979–82,
Past members
  • Arthur 'Rockin A' Neilson

Blue Angel were an American retro-rockabilly band, that featured Cyndi Lauper before her rise to fame as a solo singer.[1] The lineup also included John Turi on keyboards and saxophone, Arthur 'Rockin' A' Neilson (guitar), Lee Brovitz (bass guitar) and Johnny Morelli (drums). Lauper and Turi wrote the bulk of their material, and the group also covered pop standards, such as Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil's 'I'm Gonna Be Strong' (which Lauper covered again on a 1994 album). Blue Angel were briefly popular on the New York club scene.

  • Cyndi Lauper discography and songs: Music profile for Cyndi Lauper, born 22 June 1953. Genres: Pop, Pop Rock, Dance-Pop. Albums include She's So Unusual, Girls Just Want to Have Fun / Right Track Wrong Train, and Time After Time / I'll Kiss You.
  • Dec 18, 2007 Cyndi Lauper released her last album for Epic in late 1998. “Merry Christmas, Have A Nice Life,” as the title implies, was a Christmas collection of original material and standards. It is a combination of folk-rock, cajun and celtic music. Her version of “Silent Night” was used in a Pampers commercial.

The band reformed without Lauper in 1987, under the name Boppin' the Blues. Lauper joined them on stage for a one-time performance at New York's Lone Star Cafe, singing a Big Mama Thornton song and 'That's Alright Mama'. They have since disbanded.

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Cyndi Lauper made a valiant effort to jump start her career with the varied and eclectic Sisters of Avalon.Working with producer Mark Saunders, Lauper attempts to work worldbeat, adult alternative, and even trip-hop influences into her trademark adult contemporary pop, and while the results aren't always successful, the record is the most intriguing and rewarding album she made since True Colors. Listen to music from Cyndi Lauper. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cyndi Lauper. American singer Cyndi Lauper has released eleven studio albums,1 six compilation albums, five video albums and fifty-one singles. Worldwide, Lauper has sold approximately 50 million albums, singles and DVDs.234.


Their only album, Blue Angel, was released in 1980. It featured a sparse punk rock and new wave-styled cover in primary red, and floating band member photos. The album's sales were better overseas than in America. The only track to hit top 40 was 'I'm Gonna Be Strong', which reached No. 37 in the Netherlands. Another song from the album, 'Maybe He'll Know', was re-recorded by Lauper on her second solo album, True Colors, in 1986.

Blue Angel recorded a second album for Polydor in 1980; it was never released owing to a change in management at PolyGram Germany, and they, along with other artists, were dropped from the label. The band continued to gig around New York until 1982; their final concert took place that fall at Studio 54.


  • Blue Angel (1980)


1980'I'm Gonna Be Strong'Blue Angel
'I Had a Love'


After Lauper's solo success, Blue Angel was re-released in LP and cassette formats in multiple countries. The yellow-covered Australian re-release uses a larger photo of Cyndi and includes 'Blue Angel featuring' in small print above 'Cyndi Lauper' in large print. The Japanese re-release also includes 'featuring Cyndi Lauper', though the rest of the cover remains unchanged from the original release. In 2005, a 5000-copy compact disc pressing was released by Hip-O Select Records.


  1. ^Carl R. Green, William R. Sanford (1986). Crestwood House (ed.). Cyndi Lauper. ISBN978-0-89686-300-2.

External links[edit]

  • Blue Angel at AllMusic
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