Independent label: Warren Harry (born Warren Philip Harry, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, 1953) (also known as Warren Bacall) was a British songwriter and performer. From 1977 to the mid-1980s, Warren Harry released a number of singles under both the name Warren Harry and Warren Bacall. These were: "I am a Radio", "Sail On" (Bronze Records, 1977), "1965" (Ellie Jay Records, 1978), "Radio Show" (Polydor Records, 1979), "Welcome to Judy's World" (Polydor, 1980), "Lions and Tigers" (Stage Coach Records, 1982) and "Brief Encounter" (Pilot Records, 1984). In the late 1970s, Harry performed with his band, The Yum Yum Band. Members of Harry's backing bands included Graham Dibble (guitar, vocals), Michael (Paddy) Burns (drums), backing vocals, Paul Kendal (bass guitar), John Clarke (drums), John Kayne (keyboards), Pete Farley (bass), Jakko M Jakszyk (guitar) and Josh Gale (bass). Harry died from a pulmonary embolism in his home in Cymmer, Wales on 10 March 2008, aged 54. He was living with his partner Annie Whitaker and her son at the time. Distributed By Pinnacle Records.
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