b. Barry Ian Green, 4 Dec 1950, London, Britain. Briefly well-known in the first 70s because the pop musician Barry Blue, the youthful Barry Green’s early forays into music included playing in Spice (a forerunner to large rock-band Uriah Heep). He documented several singles as Barry Green for Decca Information in 1971, but through the early 70s performing in public areas was supplementary to his composing abilities, which peaked commercially with a global smash in 1972’s ‘Surprise IN THE Teacup’ (co-written with Lynsey De Paul) for the Fortunes. His self-confidence boosted by this syndication, Green searched for more prestigious clients. As it proved, the action that produced most reap the benefits of his songwriting abilities was himself. Implementing the Barry Blue moniker, he have scored UK strikes in 1973 with ‘(Dancin’) ON THE Saturday Evening’ (lots 2 smash) and ‘Perform You Wanna Dance?’ (written with Gerry Schury and Ron Roker). The next year brought even more graph entries with ‘College Appreciate’ and ‘Miss Strike And Operate’. After ‘Sizzling hot Shot’ finished a five-week graph run in past due 1974, Barry Blue the performer vanished from the general public eyes. He remained active, nevertheless, issuing singles under a number of aliases and composing music for the movies The Eye Of Laura Mars as well as the Long Good Fri. Within the 80s and 90s, Blue composed music for and created acts as different as Toto Coelo (1982’s UK Top 10 novelty ‘I Eat Cannibals’), Bananarama, Celine Dion, Diana Ross, Dana, Dina Carroll, and Cry Sisco! (1989’s golf club strike ‘Afro Dizzi Work’). In 1995, he founded the music business Connect.
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|Cut Snake||2014||writer: "Sugar Me" - as B. Green|
|American Swing||2008||Documentary performer: "Dancing on a Saturday Night" / writer: "Dancing on a Saturday Night" - as Barry Ian Green|
|New Zealand Idol||2004||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Monkey Dust||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2003 writer - 1 episode, 2003|
|Anita & Me||2002||performer: "Dancin' on a Saturday Night" / writer: "Dancin' on a Saturday Night" - as Blue|
|Just Can't Get Enough||2002||writer: "I Eat Cannibals"|
|Escape to Athena||1979||writer: "Keep Tomorrow For Me"|
|Side by Side||1975||writer: "Side By Side"|
|The Golden Shot||1967||TV Series|
|London Bridge||1974||TV Series||Himself - Presenter|
|Top of the Pops||1974||TV Series||Guest|
|Lift Off||1973||TV Series||Himself|
|Hits à gogo||1973||TV Series||Himself|
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