Cassie Beevis
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Cassie Beevis


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Catalogue : 2007 : 12 song self-produced album 'Desert World’
2004 : 6 song EP 'SpaceTime Tripping'
2002 : 10 song self-produced album 'Safe Beneath The Stars’



I began writing and recording songs in my teens, self-taught guitar, was front woman/songwriter in several bands until the realisation dawned that I didn’t need a band to do what I love most - writing, recording and producing my own music.

My music has been through several incarnations, until finally now known just by my own name. Thanks to a certain cartoon it’s a name not easily forgotten.

Along the way I've received support and encouragement from ‘Wonderful Life’ songwriter Colin Vearncombe, who liked a 4-track demo so much that he left me all alone for six months in his studio (luckily I did manage to find a way out in the end).

One of those songs won a ‘Making Music’ competition and attracted the attention of Midge Ure, (Live Aid and Ultravox), who I then spent time recording with in his home studio, though this time I was not left unattended and was allowed to leave freely.

Somehow I found the time to study singing and produce my first solo CD album, Safe Beneath The Stars. It contains a song called ‘Daisyworld’, which was inspired by the scientist James Lovelock, who I then sent a copy of the completed song to. He was thrilled, and he wrote back saying that no one had ever written a song about his Gaia/Daisyworld theory before, and enclosed a blank cassette in return.

That album also contains the best ever Winnie The Pooh song, ever in the entire world, ever. It’s called, ‘Pooh’s Song’, or ‘Song For Europe’, as it was entered into the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest and made it as far as the final twenty five. Did I mention it’s the best song about Winnie The Pooh, ever? You can hear a bit of it at:

The album also received 'Artist of the Month' reviews in 'The Mix' and 'Sound On Sound' magazines. The leading song 'Wonderland', attracted attention from both Roland Orzabel, (Tears For Fears), and engineer/producer Alan Branch, (Primal Scream), who was working with Shane Macgowan and the Popes at the time. He played my song ‘Waiting For Life’ to the band, and they re-recorded a lovely version of it with Kieran from the Popes adding accordion and piano.

Next came a six-track EP, SpaceTime Tripping, the title track being inspired by Einstein’s small contribution to life, the Universe and everything. Having taken an astronomy course, I visited Patrick Moore in his house, and recorded an interview with him in 2001, when he was knighted and had won his Bafta award.

My latest CD, Desert World, is set against a backdrop of the desert, and includes International Song Contest runner-up, 'Here He Comes (Take My Heart)'. Several tracks from it can be heard hear here, and you can buy this album direct from me, (UK), or for USA, from: