Dealing with regular partner Nigel Share, this designer produced some strike disco singles through the ’80s for performers such as for example Kelly Marie, Shakatak, and Sharpe & Numan, carrying on in the ensuing decade with Seventh Heaven and Big Audio, amongst others. John Davies also released comparable materials under his personal name as well as the John Davies Orchestra. His sophisticated contributions to all or any of this materials includes development and performing on the loan company of synthesizers plus occasionally seated in the string section and bowing up a viola component. Davies and Share worked frequently in the ’80s for the Skratch Music clothing as well as the Interest documenting label. Disco in the middle-’80s may have grown to be the genre of preference for pyromaniacs as the Davies and Share concoction entitled “DON’T ALLOW the Fire Die Out” smoked through clubland. It sounded nearly a similar as their prior creation but was popular anyway. “Burning up” arrived a bit afterwards, leaving alarms that this production duo could be getting a little bit brief on innovative coals. When Davies considered revamping disco oldies such as for example Patrick Hernandez’s “Given birth to to become Alive” it prompted a hurry towards the exits. “Fortunately Kelly Marie cut her ties with Share and Davies following this fiasco,” a specialist upon this genre published during a brief break from butt shaking. Davies has taken his synthesizer and key pad programming experience to stage productions of Grease and Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamboat.