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Brinsley Schwarz

Brinsley Schwarz
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Brinsley Schwarz were a 70s English pub rock band, named after their guitarist Brinsley Schwarz. With Nick Lowe on bass and vocals, keyboardist Bob Andrews and drummer Billy Rankin, the band evolved from the 60s pop band Kippington Lodge. They were later augmented by Ian Gomm on guitar and vocals. Although the band did not achieve great success during their time together, Lowe and Gomm both went on to prominent solo careers, and the others have remained active in other bands.
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Brinsley Schwarz — It's All Over Now Brinsley Schwarz — It's All Over Now
(Mega Dodo BSLP2 / BSCD2 / BSTC2, 1975/2017, LP / CD / Cassette)
Brinsley Schwarz — Live Favourites Brinsley Schwarz — Live Favourites
(Mega Dodo BSLP1, 1974/2015, LP)
Brinsley Schwarz — Live in Tilburg Brinsley Schwarz — Live in Tilburg
(Mega Dodo , 1974/2018, CD)
Brinsley Schwarz — The New Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz Brinsley Schwarz — The New Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz
(Repertoire REP 4942, 1974/2001, CD)
Brinsley Schwarz — Please Don't Ever Change Brinsley Schwarz — Please Don't Ever Change
(Edsel ED CD 237, 1973/1990, CD)
Brinsley Schwarz — Nervous on the Road Brinsley Schwarz — Nervous on the Road
(Repertoire REP 4941, 1972/2001, CD)
Brinsley Schwarz — Silver Pistol Brinsley Schwarz — Silver Pistol
(Edsel ED CD 190, 1971/1986, CD)
Brinsley Schwarz — Brinsley Schwarz Brinsley Schwarz — Brinsley Schwarz
(Repertoire REP 4421-WY, 1970/1994, CD)
Brinsley Schwarz — Despite It All Brinsley Schwarz — Despite It All
(Capitol ST-744, 1970, LP)

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