Martyn Ware
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1956-05-19
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Martyn Ware

Martyn Ware Biography (Wikipedia)

Martyn Ware (born 19 May 1956) is an English musician, composer, arranger, record producer, and music programmer. As a founding member of both The Human League and Heaven 17, Ware was partly responsible for hit songs such as "Being Boiled" and "Temptation".

Ware has also worked as a record producer, notably helping to revitalise Tina Turner's career in 1983 with "Let's Stay Together", kick starting Terence Trent D'Arby's career by co-producing his solo debut, Introducing the Hardline According to... in 1987 and producing Erasure's I Say I Say I Say album in 1994. He is also noted for work in Surround Sound technology and, more recently, for creation of sound installations.

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Philip Oakey
Being Boiled (feat. Martyn Ware & Ian Craig Marsh)
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It Was A Very Good Year
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