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Brian Auger / Oblivion Express / Trinity

Brian Auger / Oblivion Express / Trinity
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England
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Brian Albert Gordon Auger (born 18 July 1939 in Hammersmith London) is an English jazz and rock keyboardist, who has specialized in playing the Hammond organ. A jazz pianist, bandleader, session musician and Hammond B3 player, Auger has played or toured with artists such as Rod Stewart, Tony Williams, Jimi Hendrix, John McLaughlin, Sonny Boy Williamson, Led Zeppelin, Eric Burdon, and others, as well as leading his own groups. In the 60s he fronted a group called Trinity, often playing with singer Julie Driscoll, and in 1970 he formed Brian Auger's Oblivion Express.
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http://www.brianauger.com
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Releases on file (13)
Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Tribute to Keith Emerson & Greg Lake Various Artists (Billy Sherwood) — A Tribute to Keith Emerson & Greg Lake
(Cleopatra no#, 2020, CD / DL)
Various Artists — A Life in Yes - The Chris Squire Tribute Various Artists — A Life in Yes - The Chris Squire Tribute
(Purple Pyramid no#, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Brian Auger's Oblivion Express  — Voices of Other Times Brian Auger's Oblivion Express — Voices of Other Times
(Sanctuary Records SANCD 006, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Steinway to Heaven Various Artists — Steinway to Heaven
(Magna Carta MA-9011-2, 1996, CD)
Andy Summers — Charming Snakes Andy Summers — Charming Snakes
(Private 2069-2-P, 1990, CD)
Brian Auger & Julie Tippetts — Encore Brian Auger & Julie Tippetts — Encore
(Wounded Bird WOU 3153, 1978/2007, CD)
Lenny White — Big City Lenny White — Big City
(Wounded Bird WOU, 1977/2001, CD)
Brian Auger's Oblivion Express  — Happiness Heartaches Brian Auger's Oblivion Express — Happiness Heartaches
(Wounded Bird WOU 2981, 1977/2003, CD)
Passport — Doldinger Jubilee Concert Passport — Doldinger Jubilee Concert
(Wounded Bird WOU 5070, 1974/2008, CD)
Brian Auger and the Trinity — Befour Brian Auger and the Trinity — Befour
(Castle Music CMRCD 1054, 1970/2004, CD)
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity — Streetnoise Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity — Streetnoise
(Castle Music CMRCD 980, 1969/2004, CD)
Brian Auger and the Trinity — Definitely What! Brian Auger and the Trinity — Definitely What!
(Castle Music CMRCD 979, 1968/2004, CD)
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity — Open Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity — Open
(Sanctuary Records Castle Music CMRCD 978, 1967/2004, CD)

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