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     Marshall, Julian

    He is a songwriter and keyboardist born in England, with his father being a conductor and his mother a cellist.  He studied at Dartington High School and the Royal College of Music in London and he was so set on being a professional musician he would ring record companies when he was only around eleven years old and try and sell himself.   After finishing his education he formed a jazz band that released the album Quincicasm, but disillusioned with the jazz scene in Britain he turned to song writing.  He teamed up with the singer-songwriter Kit Hain, who he had known since his school days, when she finished university and together they became the duo Marshall, Hain.  Seeing chart success with their "Dancing in the City" they released the further single "Coming Home" and the album Free Ride but the latter two did not reach the heights that were hoped for.  The duo split up in 1980 and Kit Hain would soon emigrate to the United States to pursue her solo career.  Alongside Marshall, Hain he was in the group Flying Lizards when they had the 1979 hit "Money (That's What I Want)" and later the duo Eye to Eye with Deborah Berg.

     

    Marshall, Hain recordings

    Coming Home(Kit Hain/Julian Marshall)

    Dancing in the City (Kit Hain/Julian Marshall)

    Different Point (Kit Hain/Julian Marshall)

    Take My Number (Kit Hain/Julian Marshall)

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.stereosociety.com/kithain.html
    2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_Hain

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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