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Junior Giscombe - and Band

Junior Giscombe

Junior Giscombe
and Band
Signed to Phonogram Records, 1982 saw Junior hit the chart heights with the infectious anthem 'Mama Used To Say' which became a transatlantic hit.
in 1984 Junior wrote 'Do You Really Want My Love?' for the film Beverly Hills Cop starring Eddie Murphy. At this time in his career he was enjoying success as a songwriter with his songs being recorded by artists such as Phyllis Hyman and Sheena Easton.

What followed in 1987 and made the world sit up was Junior's biggest European hit, 'Another Step', a duet with Kim Wilde, which reached number 6 in the U.K charts. A string of performances including a tour with Wilde as opening act for Michael Jackson soon followed!
In 1995 Junior wrote a couple of tracks for the Lighthouse Family's Ocean Drive Album - 'Keep Remembering&'What Could Be Better'.

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