Independent label: Norma Lewis was a great disco singer who lived in Birmingham. She was originally discovered by Marvin Howell, an American disco lover who lived in London for a while, and who originally ran the UK office for Casablanca Records, then formed ERC records and signed Norma. Marvin had assorted high energy hits with Norma, such as "Life Is The Reason", "Maybe This Time", and "Fight For The Single Family". Jeff Weston always wanted to sign her to Record Shack, but never pulled it off. Norma was also the lead singer on Passion Records of the high energy group, Charade, who had a massive record with "Break Me". Gotham Records.  Former Address: P.O Box 6003. Birmingham B45 0AR Distributed By EMI Records. 

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