Moir sisters lost somewhere beyond harmony - R.I.P Margot Moir Of The Moir Sisters 1959-2015 - Noise11.com


Best known for their 1974 top-ten hit Good Morning (How Are You?), the group’s distinctive sound was in no small part due to Margot’s unique high harmony style. The group signed to EMI for their debut album Lost-Somewhere Beyond Harmony. Later, at the recommendation and production of John Farrar (Olivia Newton-John), they signed to Elton John’s Rocket Record Company for their 1978 follow up State Of Shock.

"That's somewhere in the back of our minds and I tried to push that out while I was competing so I wasn't really focused on 'This is the last time I do anything,"' Moir said, Virtue biting her lip and fighting back tears. "But in the kiss-and-cry it was special. We were able to look at each other and reflect on 17 years. And what a journey we've had. We're lucky kids."


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