Personalities | Climie Fisher | One-Hit Wonders | Rock
‘Love Changes (Everything)’, 1988
A duo, vocalist Simon Climie and keyboardist Rob Fisher co-wrote their best-known song with Dennis Morgan. It hit No. 2 in the UK charts, and featured on their debut album, Everything. They split up after their follow-up LP, however, 1989’s Coming In For The Kill. Fisher died in 1999, while undergoing surgery for bowel cancer, whereas Climie has since done production work for Louise (Redknapp), and co-written and played on much of Eric Clapton’s latterday albums.
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