How We Live
Project between singer/keyboard player Steve Hogarth and guitarist Colin Woore.
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How We Live “all the time” was a project between Steve Hogarth and Colin Woore, respectively the keyboard player and guitarist previously of the New Wave band The Europeans. They released one album, Dry Land, in 1987 with Hogarth on vocals, before Hogarth replaced Fish as Marillion’s vocalist in 1989. The title track of the Dry Land album also appeared on Marillion’s 1991 album Holidays In Eden, and “Simon’s Car” which evolved into the Marillion hit single “Cover My Eyes”.
All the time in the world was released in 1986