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Latin Quarter
Latin Quarter were a British band of the 1980s and 1990s. The line-up in their 1986 heyday was Steve Skaith (main vocals, guitar), Richard Wright (guitar, vocals), Michael Jones (lyrics, some backing vocals), Greg Harewood (bass), Yona Dunsford (vocals, keyboards), Carole Douet (vocals, percussion), Martin Lascelles (keyboards) and Dave Charles (drums). They have reunited in 2011 and are recording new tracks which will be released in 2012. A tour around Germany has already been confirmed for early 2012. Career: They released a total of six studio albums plus two compilations, and found some success with the single "Radio Africa", which reached number 19 in the UK Singles Chart. Their sound mixed elements of pop, rock, reggae and folk with largely political based lyrics. Latin Quarter also collaborated with The Bhundu Boys. They were also the first band to be managed by Marcus Russell, who was later the manager of Oasis. Singles: Year Title UK Singles Chart Album 1985 "Toulouse" 93 Modern Times "Radio Africa" 76 "The New Millionaires" - "No Rope as Long as Time" - 1986 "Radio Africa" (reissue) 19 "Modern Times" 85 "America for Beginners" 99 "Truth About John" - 1987 "Nomzamo (One People, One Cause)" 73 Mick and Caroline "I (Together)" - 1989 "Swimming Against the Stream" - Swimming Against the Stream "Blameless" - "Dominion" - 1993 "Bitter to the South" - Long Pig "Like a Miracle" - "Phil Ochs" - 1997 "Surprised" - Bringing Rosa Home "Angel" - "Branded" -

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