Song / Looks Like I'm In Love Again
Key West feat. Erik/ Looks Like I'm In Love Again
Key West featured producer Richard Hewson and vocalist Erik.
Hewson began in the late 1960s as an arranger, and has worked with musicians such as the Beatles ("I Me Mine" and "The Long and Winding Road"), the Bee Gees (Melody), James Taylor ("Carolina in My Mind"), Herbie Hancock, Clifford T. Ward, Supertramp, Pilot (Pilot), Diana Ross, Carly Simon, Art Garfunkel, Leo Sayer, Paul McCartney (Thrillington), Mary Hopkin ("Those Were The Days"), Al Stewart, Chris de Burgh, Fleetwood Mac and Chris Rea. He also arranged strings on several Cliff Richard albums, I'm Nearly Famous (1976), Every Face Tells a Story (1977) and Green Light (1978). Hewson also worked with the British band Jigsaw, including arrangements for their hit single, "Sky High".
He formed The RAH Band of which he was the sole member and which took it's name from his initials in 1977. The had a UK chart hit with the instrumental, The Crunch which reached #6. They hit #6 again in 1985 with Clouds Across The Moon.
Erik (born Erica Harrold) began her career as a session singer for artists such as M People, Tom Jones, Swing Out Sister, Jason Donovan, Vic Reeves, and Errol Brown. She was the featured vocalist in the 1991 dance single "Unity", by the group of the same name. It was a club hit and peaked at #64 in the UK charts. Under her original name, Erik also recorded vocals for the single "No More", by Unique 3, in 1991.
In 1993 she started her solo career when she signed to PWL Records.
Looks Like I'm In Love Again, written by Hewson and produced by Mike Stock and Pete Waterman was released in 1993 and peaked at #46 in the UK.