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Andy Leek (born 1958) is a singer/songwriter, poet and musician, known for his work with Sir George Martin.He is an original member of Dexys Midnight Runners and played on the number one single "Geno".Peebles fears that John and Yoko – but especially Yoko – manipulated him for the sake of commercial profit.And, perhaps most troubling of all, he concludes that the couple’s ‘Starting Over’ episode in December 1980 was a sham promotional exercise, designed to restore John’s profile after a five-year absence.He has also written the single "Twist in the Dark" for Anni-Frid Lyngstad of Abba.His solo single "Say Something" reached the number 1 position in Lebanon during the civil war.
At the age of 21, Leek joined Dexys Midnight Runners in late October 1979, playing on early recordings such as the hit single "Geno" and four other tracks on their debut album Searching for the Young Soul Rebels. 1 in the charts with this track, Leek left to be a solo artist, saying that he "Really hating being famous all of a sudden ...Just because I've been on Top of the Pops doesn't mean I should get any more respect.I didn't want people asking for my autograph all of the time." Two earlier songs Leek had recorded with the Wailing Cocks were then licensed to Beggars Banquet Records for release as a double-A-sided solo single: "Move On (In Your Maserati)" / "Ruben Decides".A short-lived deal with indie label Fascination Records in 1984 led to two singles credited to Leek: "Soul Darling", with Specials producer Dave Jordan, and a version of ABBA's "Dancing Queen" produced by Tony Visconti . Studios with such musicians as Steve Howe of Yes, Clem Clempson, Luís Jardim on percussion, Alan Murphy of Level 42 on guitar, Peter-John Vettese (keyboards, from Jethro Tull), and veteran bassist Mo Fostera 36 piece orchestra on various tracks and the London Community Gospel Choir on the Golden Doors.In 1988, after signing a publishing and management contract with Hit n Run music, Atlantic Records in New York. George Martin said that Andy "was one of the greatest artists he had ever produced".