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Biography. Moran studied at the Royal College of Music in London prior to becoming a session musician and composer and arranger, including scoring music for such Handmade Films productions as Time Bandits (), The Missionary () and Water (). He also played with the Ian Gillan Band. "Rock Bottom", which he wrote in partnership with Lynsey de Paul, was the UK entry in the Eurovision.
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This soul/funk song, about the joys of a night out on the town, was written by Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran. It made to #38 on the UK top 40 within weeks of Lynsey and Mike's Eurovision classic "Rock Bottom." >> Martyn Ford is a conductor who made a name for himself putting orchestral arrangements.
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Med sitt eige Martyn Ford Orchestra spelte han inn albumet Smoovin i med Mike Moran, Ann Odell, Simon Phillips, Morris Pert, John Gustafson og Mel Collins. Dei fekk hitten «Let Your Body Go Downtown», som nådde plassen på den britiske singellista i I åra arbeidde han mellom andre med Kate Bush, Phil Collins og Dave Davies.
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"Going to a Disco" is a song written by Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran, and released as the duo's second penned single for Martyn Ford on Mountain Records (catalog number TOP30), released on the 12 August in the UK and Europe. It was produced by Ford, and was the follow up to his UK hit single, "Let Your Body Go Downtown". References.