"Breathe" was a London-based musical group formed in the early 1980s. Originally a larger, six-person band called "Catch 22", they trimmed down to a quartet to record the album ''All That Jazz'' in 1987. This contained their two best-known hits, "How Can I Fall?" and "Hands to Heaven". The former charted on the Billboard Hot 100 at #3, and the latter at #2 in 1988, and at #4 in the UK. Bassist Micheal Delahunty left the group in 1989 and the remaining three followed "All that Jazz" with the lesser known "Peace of Mind" in early 1990.
Their sound was a combination of light jazz with some pop and soul, somewhat reminiscent of Air Supply or Rick Astley. However, the success was shortlived, and by 1990 they had disbanded.
The band consisted of:-
* David Glasper (vocals) - born 4 January, 1965, in Wales.
* Marcus Lillington (guitars) - born 28 February, 1967, in London. Now works at web design firm http://www.headscape.co.uk Headscape and co-hosts web design podcast http://www.boagworld.com/podcast/ Boagworld.com.
* Spike (drums) - born Ian Spice on 18 September, 1966.
* Michael Delahunty (bass) - band member 1988 - 1989.