Zoo Boutique

In 1979, Duncan Jowitt joined Section 25 as guitarist before forming Final Solution with David Foster on bass and Tony Ashworth on drums. Ashworth was replaced by Steve Grice and the band became Another Dimension. In 1982, with the addition of John "Sid" Hayward on synthesizers and Bill Fogel on guitar, the band changed name again to Zoo Boutique.

Debut release (misspelt as The Zoo Bootique) was "Love Like A Clown" on Lightbeat compilation EP "A Drop in the Ocean". Became increasingly electronic rock when Fogel was replaced by Phil Denton on keyboards and released single “Forgive and Forget” / ”Happy Families”, which, despite UK national Radio 1 prime-time airplay, failed to chart. After further personnel changes, the band split in 1985.



none Zoo Boutique - Two Sane Men album art Zoo Boutique Two Sane Men(File, MP3, Album, RE) Thundersqueak none UK 2014

Singles & EPs

LIGHT 006 Zoo Boutique - Forgive And Forget / Happy Families album art Zoo Boutique Forgive And Forget / Happy Families(7", Single, Cle) Lightbeat Records LIGHT 006 UK 1982 Sell This Version
THSZB01 Zoo Boutique - End Of Line album art Zoo Boutique End Of Line(4xFile, MP3, EP) Thundersqueak THSZB01 UK 2015


none Zoo Boutique - Forgotten album art Zoo Boutique Forgotten(File, MP3, Album, Comp) Thundersqueak none UK 2014