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Dave Lambert
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Dave Lambert (born 8 March 1949) is an English singer, songwriter, and musician who has been one of the primary members of Strawbs. His career began in the 60s, when he played in a number of bands, most notably Fire, which released an album in 1970. In 1972, he was playing on an album being produced by Dave Cousins, leading to an invitation to play first on a Cousins solo album, then join Strawbs when Tony Hooper left. Starting with Bursting at the Seams, he has played guitar, sung, and written songs for most Strawbs releases as well as pursuing a solo career.
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Strawbs — The Ferryman's Curse Strawbs — The Ferryman's Curse
(Esoteric Recordings Antenna 5013929477032, 2017, CD)
Strawbs — Hero and Heroine in Ascencia Strawbs — Hero and Heroine in Ascencia
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2050, 2011, CD)
Strawbs — Dancing to the Devil's Beat Strawbs — Dancing to the Devil's Beat
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2045, 2009, CD)
Strawbs — The Broken Hearted Bride Strawbs — The Broken Hearted Bride
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2044, 2008, CD)
Strawbs — Painted Sky Strawbs — Painted Sky
(Worldwide, 2005, CD)
Strawbs — Déjà Fou Strawbs — Déjà Fou
(Witchwoood Media WMCD2020, 2004, CD)
Dave Lambert — Work in Progress Dave Lambert — Work in Progress
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2013, 2004, CD)
Strawbs — Blue Angel Strawbs — Blue Angel
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2008, 2003, CD)
Acoustic Strawbs — Baroque & Roll Acoustic Strawbs — Baroque & Roll
(Witchwoood Media WRCD2004, 2001, CD)
Strawbs — Halcyon Days Strawbs — Halcyon Days
(540662-2 , 1997, 2CD)
Various Artists — Supernatural Fairy Tales Various Artists — Supernatural Fairy Tales
(Rhino Records R2 72451, 1996, 5CD)
Strawbs — Deadlines Strawbs — Deadlines
(Arista AB 4172, 1978, LP)
Dave Lambert — Framed Dave Lambert — Framed
(Polydor PD 1-6193, 1978, LP)
Strawbs — Heartbreak Hill Strawbs — Heartbreak Hill
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2033, 1978/2006, CD)
Strawbs — Burning for You Strawbs — Burning for You
(Oyster OY-1-1604, 1977, LP)
Strawbs — Deep Cuts Strawbs — Deep Cuts
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2031, 1976/2005, CD)
Strawbs — Ghosts Strawbs — Ghosts
(A&M SP-4506, 1975, LP)
Strawbs — Live in Tokyo '75 / Grave New World, the Movie Strawbs — Live in Tokyo '75 / Grave New World, the Movie
(Witchwoood Media SP 9905, 1975/2005, DVD)
Strawbs — Nomadness Strawbs — Nomadness
(A&M SP-4544, 1975, LP)
Strawbs — Hero and Heroine Strawbs — Hero and Heroine
(A&M SP-3607, 1974, LP)
Strawbs — Bursting at the Seams Strawbs — Bursting at the Seams
(A&M SP-4383, 1973, LP)
Rick Wakeman — The Six Wives of Henry VIII Rick Wakeman — The Six Wives of Henry VIII
(A&M 3229, 1973/1999, CD)
Paul Brett's Sage — Schizophrenia Paul Brett's Sage — Schizophrenia
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2114, 1972/2009, CD)
Dave Cousins — Two Weeks Last Summer Dave Cousins — Two Weeks Last Summer
(Witchwoood Media WMCD 2010, 1972/2004, CD)

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