Peter Marsh worked with Greek film composer Vangelis, co-writing the single Don't Be Foolish in 1981.
Doesn't Matter was the B side of Don't Be Foolish. Both tracks were recorded at Nemo Studios.
Peter Marsh sang on See You Later, the album released by Vangelis in 1980. His voice is synthesized through a vocoder on the first track of the album, I Can't Take It Anymore.
Peter Marsh worked with Vangelis and Cherry Vanilla on My Love, a single released in 1980. In 1981, Marsh worked with Godley & Creme on You Say You Wanna Love Me, also released as a single.
Harmony, written by Peter Marsh and Bill Clift, was released as a single in 1984. The song was later covered by Hazell Dean in 1986.
Peter Marsh features in several tracks on Chance, the 1981 album by Manfred Mann's Earth Band. He sang the lead vocal for Stranded.
After his split with Ken Nicol, Peter Marsh took his own music in a very different direction with the punk/new wave band Twist. The single This is Your Life was released in 1979.
Twist released the album This is Your Life in 1979. Band members included Stevie Corduner, Wims, a.k.a. Tony Wimshurst and Andy Pask - with Elvis Costello appearing on one track, Ads.
Ads, a track from This is Your Life, was released as a single. Elvis Costello sang backing vocals on Ads, which was also included on the 1979 punk compilation album 20 of Another Kind.
The first Nicol & Marsh album also featured Pete Zorn on bass and sax. The producer was Paul Phillips. Three singles were released: Midnight Cat, I've Been Praying and Sinking Down. The album includes a cover of Jack Tempchin's Peaceful Easy Feeling.
Easy Street expanded as a band with the addition of Richard James Burgess for this album, recorded at Sarm East Studios. John Frieda styled the band's hair for the publicity shots and also appeared in a cameo on the cover (climbing up the wall) .
The band line up for Under the Glass included Peter Marsh, Richard James Burgess, Ken Nicol and Kevin Savigar. Flying" was a released as a single and another single, Love at Breakfast, which didn't feature on the album itself, was also released in 1977.
The Easy Street name was dropped for the final Nicol & Marsh partnership album, which was recorded in Hollywood and featured renowned Los Angeles session musicians such as Bill Payne, Victor Feldman and Leland Sklar.
Two tracks were released by Nicol & Marsh in 1978 from their Los Angeles album: Streets of the Angels and Hurt By Love.
I've Been Lovin' You was released as a single from the Easy Street by Easy Street album and entered the US Billboard Charts in July 1976. All four band members, R Burgess, P Zorn, P Marsh and K Nicol get equal credit.