Peter Marsh

a look at the music of Vangelis Papathanassiou

Introduction
Peter Marsh (or sometimes also known as Pete Marsh) started out in the British music-scene together with his brother-in-law, Ken Nicol. First as "Nicol and Marsh", but later changing names to "Easy Street" they released three albums together. After that Peter mainly played with short-lived bands and projects such as Twist (1979), Mannfred Mann's "Chance" (1980), Blanket of Secrecy (1982) and Nick Lowe's "The Abominable Showman" (1983).

In 1980 Peter Marsh hung around Nemo Studios for a while, as apart from releasing this single together with Vangelis, he also contributed to several songs on Vangelis' album See you later.

One year later after this single, Peter released another one on the Polydor label (You say you wanna love me / I won't let you go). These songs however were not worked on by Vangelis, but produced by Godley and Creme. 

Tracklist and Credits

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Donít be foolish

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Doesnít matter

Composed, arranged and produced by Vangelis.
Lyrics by Peter Marsh.

Discography

Single
1980 Polydor 2059251 UK/Holland/West-Germany/France/Australia

Recording Studio
Both songs for this single were recorded in Nemo Studios, London.

Lyrics
For all the lyrics of this single, go to Vangelis and Peter Marsh Lyrics.

 

 

 

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