Joe Fagin

Joe Fagin

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Joe Fagin (born January 1940) is a British pop singer-songwriter.


He was musical director for Jim Davidson, including his 1983 Falklands tour.

In 1983 he recorded the theme songs to Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. The single, featuring "Breaking Away" and "That's Living Alright", reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1984. The single was re-released when the programme was repeated on Channel 4 in 1996. He also sang the two songs for the show's second series, "Get it Right" and "Back With the Boys Again". They were also released as a single; but performed less successfully, reaching only number 53 in 1986.

He also sang the title song "As Time Goes By" for the situation comedy As Time Goes By.

In 1985 he was part of The Crowd, which reached number one with the charity single "You'll Never Walk Alone" for the Bradford City stadium fire.

Fagin released a greatest hits album in 1996.

A reworked version of "That's Living Alright" was released on 5 June 2006 for the World Cup. However, "That's England Alright" was an unofficial song, since Embrace were chosen to record the official song, "World......
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