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Lee Marrow

Lee Marrow   (Italy)

AKA : Francesco Bontempi
Italo-disco group
Added : 20/11/2001
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The Best Of
Best Of Lee Marrow
Greatest Hits
Shanghai
Sayonara
Cannibals
Mr Fantasy
Don't Stop The Music
Pain
Movin'
Do You Want Me
Lot To Learn
To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century)
I Want Your Love
Do You Want Me Remix '92
Try Me Out
Biggest Dick
Baby, I Need Your Love
Da Da Da (Dance To The House)
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Lee Marrow albums

The Best Of The Best Of 1998
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Best Of Lee Marrow Best Of Lee Marrow 1998
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Greatest Hits Greatest Hits 2014
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Lee Marrow singles

Shanghai Shanghai 1985  
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Sayonara Sayonara 1985  
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Cannibals Cannibals 1986  
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Mr Fantasy Mr Fantasy 1986  
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Don't Stop The Music Don't Stop The Music 1987  
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Pain Pain Apr 1990  
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Movin' Movin' Jun 1990  
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Do You Want Me Do You Want Me (feat. Lipstick) Aug 1990  
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Lot To Learn Lot To Learn Oct 1990  
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To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) 23rd Jan 1991  
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I Want Your Love I Want Your Love (feat. Charme) 1st May 1992  
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Do You Want Me Remix '92 Do You Want Me Remix '92 (feat. Lipstick) 20th Oct 1992  
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Try Me Out Try Me Out (feat. Charme) Apr 1993  
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Biggest Dick Biggest Dick (with The Love Tools) 3rd Apr 1993  
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Baby, I Need Your Love Baby, I Need Your Love (feat. Ce Ce Houston) 18th Jun 1993  
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Da Da Da (Dance To The House) Da Da Da (Dance To The House) Jul 1993  
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Lee Marrow biography

Lee Marrow was a project created by Italian DJ and producer Francesco "Checco" Bontempi in 1985. His first single Shanghai, co-produced with Roby Arduini aka Soul Train, released under Severo Lombardoni's label Discomagic Records, was a big success, reaching to 10 in Germany. He also scored hits with Sayonara (Don’t Stop), Pain and Do You Want Me.

In 1992, after a short pause, Lee Marrow's sound evolved from italo-disco to hip-house music. Do You Want Me was remixed and re-released. To Go Crazy was out in 1992 and included raps. Single Try Me Out, released in 1993, featured vocals by Annerley Gordon credited as Charme (and not the blond model on the sleeve or in the videoclip). Giovanna Bersola aka Ce Ce Houston performed vocals on Baby, I Need Your Love. But these singles were not very succesful.

Project was put in a pause when in 1994 Francesco Bontempi he contributed to creating and producing the Corona project. The Lee Marrow songs Do You Want Me, I Want Your Love, Try Me Out, Baby I Need Your Love was re-recorded and released as Corona

Lee Marrow biography was last updated Fri, March 12th 2021

Charts (singles)

Austria Germany Switzerland UK
Shanghai #12 #8 #6
Sayonara #24
Pain #91

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