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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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Chanter started as a member of a group called the Chanters in 1967 with her sister Irene Chanter and her five brothers, releasing four singles which failed to chart. In 1968, the Chanter sisters became a duo initially known as Birds of a Feather.
The duo released four singles between 1967 and 1972 but none of them achieved chart success. Their first album was Birds of a Feather released in 1970 and featured Elton John playing piano. The Chanter sisters had appeared as backing singers for Elton John in a Radio 1 session.
Long John Baldry asked the sisters to join his live band in 1973. They also featured on June 1, 1974 a live album featuring Nico, Brian Eno, Kevin Ayers and John Cale and appeared on a Chris Farlowe album BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert. Both sisters are credited on the 1974 John Cale album, Fear. They are both also credited on Ron Wood's album I've Got My Own Album to Do in the same year. Other creditations include Manfred Mann's Earth Band's, Solar Fire (1973), Nightingales and Bombers (1975), The Roaring Silence (1976), Watch (1978); plus John Entwistle's, Mad Dog (1975); Justin Hayward's, Night Flight (1980); Chris Rea's, Whatever Happened to Benny Santini? (1978);
In 1976, Polydor released their second album First Flight although it failed to make any lasting impression. They sang live with John Miles and appeared on a live album. The sisters released two albums in 1978 through Safari Records which failed to chart.
In 1981, Chanter was part of a chorus that sang at The Secret Policeman's Ball with other chorus members including Phil Collins, Donovan, Sheena Easton, Bob Geldof, Midge Ure and Tom Robinson. She also wrote two singles for Kiki Dee released in 1981 and a song sung by Dee for the British television series Roll Over Beethoven in 1985. She also made a cameo in the film, Pink Floyd The Wall in 1982 as a vocalist in a choir. In 1983 both her and Irene appeared as backing singers on The Undertones track "The Love Parade" on their The Sin of Pride album.
Chanter was part of the touring bands for both Roger Waters and Van Morrison in 1984. She sung on Waters' album The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking released in that year and provided backing vocals together with Katie Kissoon during the tour promoting the record in 1984-1985. The duo returned again for the Radio K.A.O.S tour in 1987. Chanter performed on Waters' next releases - first, she sung on three songs from Radio KAOS in 1987 and then on five songs off Amused to Death album in 1992.
She also toured as part of Meat Loaf's backing band Neverland Express in 1984-85, including appearing on Bad Attitude - Live! (1985); and as part of Joe Cocker's touring band in 1989. Chanter featured on Cocker's live album Joe Cocker Live released in 1990.
During the 1990s, Doreen appeared on several albums with Chris Farlowe.