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Paul Carrack (born April 22, 1951 in Sheffield, England) is an English keyboardist, singer and songwriter. Carrack has had multiple careers which have overlapped over the last three-plus decades. He has been a member of several bands including Ace, Squeeze, Mike + The Mechanics, and Roxy Music, been a session and touring musician for several others, and has enjoyed success as a solo artist as well. His distinctive voice shows up on some of his affiliated bands’ best-known hits.
Nunn joined the New Wave, techno-pop band Berlin in 1979, but temporarily left the band the following year to pursue an acting career. In 1981, Nunn rejoined the group as the lead vocalist and would soon forge her recording career with the band. Nunn’s greatest success with Berlin was the top-selling single “Take My Breath Away”, the love theme from the film Top Gun, which reached the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Other popular songs voiced by Nunn included Sex (I’m A…), The Metro, No More Words, and Masquerade.
In 1989, Mike + The Mechanics had a UK No. 2 and US No. 1 hit with the “The Living Years”, on which Carrack again sang lead. Also in 1989, Carrack recorded a duet with Terri Nunn from the Los Angeles-based synth-pop band Berlin entitled “Romance”. The song appeared on the soundtrack to the movie Sing, starring Peter Dobson and Lorraine Bracco.