Covered Back To The Old House live, released on their "Old Friends" single as a B-side in 1991.
Morrissey appeared on "8 Days A Week, BBC Two - 25 May 1984" with George Michael and Tony Blackburn. A segment included reviews / comments on Everything But The Girl.
Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt first emerged as pioneers in the lite-jazz music scene in the early 1980's. They continued to refine their jazz versus electronica sound through eight studio albums until they gained larger exposure in 1994 through a collaboration with Massive Attack on "Protection" and their hit album "Amplified Heart." Todd Terry's remix of "Missing" was a smash hit in 1995 and continues to be remixed and played to this day. After the success of "Missing", the duo took their music in a more beat-oriented and clubbier direction, with Tracey lending her vocals as guest singer on several club tracks by Deep Dish and others. They contributed to the DMC "Back To Mine" series in late 2001. In 2022, Thorn and Watt announced that they were reuniting and had recorded an album set for release in 2023, their first in 24 years. The duo got their name from a furniture store ad which proclaimed, "For your bedroom needs, we have everything but the girl."
Everything but the Girl is an English musical duo formed in Kingston upon Hull in 1982, consisting of lead singer and occasional guitarist Tracey Thorn and guitarist, keyboardist, producer and singer Ben Watt. The group's early works have been categorized as sophisti-pop with jazz influences before undergoing an electronic turn following the worldwide success of the 1994 hit single "Missing".The duo have accomplished four top ten and twelve top 40 singles in the UK and have received eight gold and two platinum album BPI certifications in the UK as well as one gold album RIAA certification in the US. Their cover of "I Don't Want to Talk About It" reached number three on the UK Singles Chart in 1988, a feat which would later be matched by "Missing", which charted high in several countries and reached number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1995 and spent over seven months on the UK Singles Chart thanks to an extremely popular remix by Todd Terry which later led to a Brit Award nomination for Best British Single. Their ninth album Walking Wounded (1996) set a new career best by entering the UK albums chart at number four; it spawned the top ten singles "Walking Wounded" and "Wrong". The band went inactive in 2000, with Thorn declaring that she would no longer perform live. Thorn and Watt, who did not publicise their romantic relationship with each other while active, married in 2009, both released solo albums and said it was unlikely that Everything But the Girl would be active again.However, in November 2022, Thorn announced that a new album had been recorded for release in spring 2023. Fuse, the band's first new material in 24 years, will be released on 21 April 2023.