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British Nick Heyward has had a modestly successful solo career after leaving band Haircut 100, beginning with 'North Of A Miracle' (#10 U.K.). This 1983 album produced three U.K. top 20 hits in "Whistle Down The Wind" (#13), "Take That Situation" (#11), and "Blue Hat For A Blue Day" (#14). The first of which was Heyward's first solo work to make it big.

Heyward's second album, titled 'Postcards From Home', was… read more

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  • So completely underrated. Saw him live in the early 90's and he was able to deliver in person too!
  • muy buena musica principios 80 sono y mucho pub tubo´s de la ciudad de Elche (alicnate)
  • Tell me Why is his best song for me. Here in my country it is said that this song gavi origin to the "house music" movement. I really would like to know if this is true.
  • Tell me Why is his best song for me. I really would like to know the year of its realease. Here in my country it is told that this song gave origin to the "house music" moviment. This is another thing I would like to be sure about. If anyone can clear my mind about both subject, I will apprecciate very much.
  • From Monday to Sunday is great.
  • Андрей Губин?
  • always pissed me off when I tried to remove the woolworths price sticker from the sleeve of north of a miracle and it damaged it.
  • Always had a soft spot for Mr Heyward, right from the Haircut days. Great solo stuff too, excellent ear for melody. How do you live without sunshine?
  • <3
  • Hallo hallo, hope you're feeling fine. I forgot that chorus. Give me goose bumps. Memories. ; )

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