Poetry In Motion
by Inker & Hamilton

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Inker & Hamilton English-New Zealand pop duo, consisting of Dave Inker and Hilary Hamilton, with adopted home Munich. They began their 15-year career in Munich in 1979, the same year they released their first album "Highs and Lows" under their own direction. The next two albums "Person to Person" (1981) and "Double Feature" (1983) were released by Sony Music. When their fourth album "The Mind And The Body" was released by Metronome in 1984, the two had just completed a successful European tour supporting Chris de Burgh and were welcome guests on radio and television. Four years later they had their biggest success with the album "Dancing Into Danger", which was released by WEA Records. Thanks in part to the help of hit producer Michael Cretu, they made it into the Top 50 of the official Media Control charts. Their title track Dancing Into Danger lasted a full 14 weeks in the singles charts and reached the Top 20. The sixth album "Poetry In Motion" was released in 1991 and was a kind of synthesis between their earlier albums and the successful collaboration with Cretu. The duo was now able to achieve chart success in other European countries for the first time. To this day Poetry In Motion is one of the most played singles in Europe

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