Alison Limerick

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Alison T. Limerick (born 1959, Stepney, London, England) is a British singer.

She began her music career as a backing vocalist in the mid 1980s, after attending the London Contemporary School of Dance. Her work appeared on The Style Council's 1985 album, Our Favourite Shop. In 1989 she made a brief appearance as an African sorceress in Bob Rafelson's film, Mountains of the Moon. She has also contributed to the musical project This Mortal Coil, singing on two of its albums: Filigree & Shadow (1986) and Blood (1991). Another 4AD related contribution found her singing on the Pieter Nooten & Michael Brook album "Sleeps With the Fishes" (1987) on the song "Equal Ways." Work with Peter Murphy (1992's Holy Smoke) followed before Limerick finally made her solo debut the same year, teaming with the house-music record producers David Morales and Frankie Knuckles.

Limerick is best known for her 1990s club anthems, her most successful and best known track being "Where Love Lives," her only US release, which was originally a club success in 1991, and a UK Singles Chart #9 smash when remixed in 1996. Her 1992 hit, "Make It On My Own," reached #16 in the UK chart.

Her own album With a Twist appeared in 1994, plus the 1996 remix collection Club......
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