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Bunny Lewis

Bunny Lewis was a London-based songwriter-manager-producer who was simply most widely known in the past due 1950s and early ’60s for managing Craig Douglas — and offering the singer (heretofore referred to as Terry Perkins) — the name in which he’d become well-known. Lewis also afterwards maintained Doug Sheldon and Christine Quaite. Being a composer, he added the tune “A Tone of voice in the Wilderness” towards the Cliff Richard-starring feature film Expresso Bongo (1959), and in addition wrote a small number of tracks that thought in the reportory of early-’60s U.K. pop superstar Helen Shapiro, particularly “Kiss ‘n’ Work,” “Let’s DISCUSS Like,” “Small Miss Unhappy,” and “Wonderful Rest.” He had written tracks for a small number of films, including Richard Lester’s debut feature, It’s Trad, Father as well as the thriller The Coated Smile (both 1962).

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