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British Singer Songwriter Julia Fordham burst into the music scene in 1988 on Virgin Records with the International hit “Happy Ever After.” Then followed her critically acclaimed album Porcelain, which included the popular songs “Manhattan Skyline” and “Lock and Key.”

From her third album Swept, the beautiful ballad “Love Moves In Mysterious Ways” (penned by the stellar song writing team Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow) was featured as the end title in the Demi Moore movie, The Butchers Wife, and… read more

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  • Avatar for johnhunt1973
    (Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways should have been a number one.
  • Avatar for octacat
    ❤ What a lovely engaging voice she has. ❤
  • Avatar for fire_incarnate
    Her songs have comforted me through the roughest times of my life. I'm fortunate enough to have met her once and had my CDs signed. I wish her peace and love always.
  • Avatar for thekestreldive
    Very charming. A trait largely lacking in the majority of today's artists.
  • Avatar for bluemonday84
    She is definitley underrated! I really hope that she gets a new contract with a record label which supports her fantastic music!
  • Avatar for charlie1207
    I ♥ Missing Man!
  • Avatar for manxmaid
    Her voice is fantastic. Such an underrated artist
  • Avatar for Tr1xx
    Actually you're wrong there: "(Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways" was 9 weeks in the UK pop chart and made it to #19 in early 1992
  • Avatar for J-nu
    its a shame she couldn't even make any of her single into uk top 40!!
  • Avatar for PleasureVictim1
    Still adore her to this very day!

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