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Kit Hain

Kit Hain has seen major success as a singer and soloist, but she made a deliberate decision to concentrate on songwriting and the lower profile that comes with it.

Kit Hain

We present an interview, recorded in New York June 10, 1999.

Albums and Audio
Before eventually concentrating solely on songwriting, Kit recorded two major-release solo albums: Spirits Walking Out and School For Spies. Here are details, with comments from Kit on the background to the songs.

Marshall Hain
Tip for the Top (Disco Fever, July 1978)
Julian Marshall and Kit Hain have known each other since their days at Dartington Hall School. But although they were both involved in school bands they didn’t really play together. And when school days were over Kit went to Durham UKit Hain and a young guitarniversity, while Julian pursued his music at The Royal College of Music, London.
 

Although Kit was studying psychology at university she also began to write songs and singing folk music. She progressed to a jazz rock outfit, after leaving college still had no thoughts of turning professional. Spells as a worker in the probation scheme and teaching infants followed – until, read on…

Kit Hain sings principal vocals on these Contessa’s Party tracks:
Dirty City
Tuesday Morning

The Contessa's Party album cover

Kit Hain sings principal vocals on these Sprawl tracks:
A Flower Opens Gently By
From Me To You
Pretty Vacant
Toys Take Over
Sprawl album cover

Kit Hain’s Home At The Stereo Society

Kit Hain has seen major success as a singer and soloist, but she made a deliberate decision to concentrate on songwriting and the lower profile that comes with it.

Kit Hain

We present an interview, recorded in New York June 10, 1999.

Albums and Audio
Before eventually concentrating solely on songwriting, Kit recorded two major-release solo albums: Spirits Walking Out and School For Spies. Here are details, with comments from Kit on the background to the songs.

Marshall Hain
Tip for the Top (Disco Fever, July 1978)
Julian Marshall and Kit Hain have known each other since their days at Dartington Hall School. But although they were both involved in school bands they didn’t really play together. And when school days were over Kit went to Durham University, while Julian pursued his music at The Royal College of Music, London.
 

Kit Hain and a young guitarAlthough Kit was studying psychology at university she also began to write songs and singing folk music. She progressed to a jazz rock outfit, after leaving college still had no thoughts of turning professional. Spells as a worker in the probation scheme and teaching infants followed – until, read on…

 

Kit Hain sings principal vocals on these Contessa’s Party tracks:
The Contessa's PartyDirty City
Tuesday Morning

Kit Hain sings principal vocals on these Sprawl tracks:
SprawlA Flower Opens Gently By
From Me To You
Pretty Vacant
Toys Take Over