|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Come And Go / Walitin On The Ed||2||Audio||1986||Striped Horse|
|2||Do You Remember||2||Audio||1974||Lark|
|3||We Are The Best||2||Audio||1982||Meeting|
English singer, composer, musician, born in Liverpool, March 17 1945. In 1966 tours Italy with his rock band [a=Motowns, The] and he decides to stay. In the 1967 marries Italian dancer Rita Grifantini. Between 70s and 80s he's very active session vocalist working both in studio and on stage with [a=Primitives, The (2)], [a=Raffaella Carrà], [a=Renato Zero],[a=Claudio Simonetti], [a=Paul Micioni], [a=Riccardo Cocciante], [a=Lucio Dalla] and many others. Lead vocalist on many Italo-Disco projects, although uncredited most of the times ([a=Easy Going], [a=Crazy Gang], [a=Traks]), also collaborating with funk producers [a=Mario & Giosy Capuano] and writing songs for [a=Ryan Paris], [a=Amii Stewart] and [a=Mike Francis], writting and performing film soundtracks with brothers [a=Guido And Maurizio De Angelis], [a=Ennio Morricone] as well as on his own. He's also very well known in Italy for his many TV themes (mostly for Japanese cartoons) written and performed with his band [a=Rocking Horse (2)] and monikers [a=Superobots]. In 2008 wrote the lyrics and recorded [i]"Disco For The Devil"[/i] for Venetian disco producer [a=Bottin].