For the writer, see Peter Godwin (writer).
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Peter Godwin is a new wave musician who was part of the band Metro, as well as a solo artist and songwriter.
His work includes "Criminal World" which was covered by David Bowie and 1982's "Images of Heaven" which was a "cult favorite on new wave radio stations". The dance remix of his song "Baby's in the Mountains" was a big dance hit and described as "intricate but direct". Godwin's 1983 solo studio album, Correspondence was issued by Polydor Records.
In 1998, a number of his songs from his time with the band Metro, his early 1980s solo work, and a couple of new songs were released on CD titled Images of Heaven: The Best of Peter Godwin, released on Oglio Records. He wrote lyrics with a "spiritual bent" for Steve Winwood's 2008 album Nine Lives.
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