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After the success of Watership Down, she lived for a time in Brentwood, Los Angeles, where she began working for Warner Bros.  He moved permanently to Los Angeles in 1979 and began working primarily on soundtracks for American television series, such as Dynasty, Dallas, Cagney & Lacey, Wonder Woman and Falcon Crest, collaborating with the music departments of major production companies, including Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox Television. He also worked with the music departments of the major production companies, including Warner Bros.
Morley was married twice. His first wife, Beryl Stott, was a singer and chorus arranger who founded the Beryl Stott Singers, also known as the Beryl Stott Chorus or Beryl Stott Group. Beryl Stott died before Morley's gender transition. Morley met Christine Parker, also a singer, in London, and they married on June 1, 1970. Parker was a great support to Morley during his transition. Morley stated that it was only because of her love and support that he had been able to cope with the trauma and to begin to think about crossing what seemed to him a terrifying gender boundary.
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I Pull a spell on You [ Jay Hawkins].
Jane Siberry (born Stewart  born October 12, 1955)  is a Canadian singer and songwriter, known for hits such as "Mimi on the Beach", "I Muse Aloud", "One More Color" and " Calling All Angels". She performed the theme song for the television series Maniac Mansion. He has released material under the name Issa - an identity (as opposed to a simple stage name), which he formally used between 2006 and 2009.
After Java Jive split in 1979, Siberry maintained both a musical and romantic relationship with John Switzer (who would work with her on her first four albums). After leaving college, she supported her work as a solo performer by working as a waitress, earning enough to finance and tour her folk-influenced debut album, Jane Siberry, which was released in 1981 on Duke Street Records. The album was relatively successful for an independent release, which allowed Siberry to sign a three-album deal with A&M Records through the Windham Hill label. As part of the deal, Siberry was able to release his albums on Duke Street Records in Canada, while Windham Hill did the U.S. release and distribution.