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Nirvana

Nirvana
Country
England
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Nirvana is a psychedelic band formed in London in 1965 by Irish musician Patrick Campbell-Lyons and Greek composer Alex Spyropoulos, who wrote the music, sang, and played some instruments, though much of the music was performed by hired studio players. Their debut album, The Story of Simon Simopath, is regarded as one of the first rock concept albums, coming out in 1967 a few months before the Moody Blues' Days of Future Passed. Live appearances were quite rare, though studio work continued apace and the duo produced two more albums before Spyropoulos bowed out and Campbell-Lyons recorded two more albums under the Nirvana name before embarking on a solo career. The band reformed in 1985 to play a few shows and release some new material.
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Releases on file (7)
Nirvana — Orange and Blue Nirvana — Orange and Blue
(Edsel EDCD 485, 1996, CD)
Nirvana — Songlife Nirvana — Songlife
(Madfish, 1972/2021, 6LP)
Nirvana — Songs of Love and Praise Nirvana — Songs of Love and Praise
(Philips 6308 089, 1972, LP)
Nirvana — Local Anaesthetic Nirvana — Local Anaesthetic
(Vertigo 6360 031, 1971, LP)
Nirvana — Dedicated to Markos III Nirvana — Dedicated to Markos III
(Pye NSPL 28132, 1969, LP)
Nirvana — All of Us Nirvana — All of Us
(Island Records ILPS-9087, 1968, LP)
Nirvana — The Story of Simon Simopath Nirvana — The Story of Simon Simopath
(Island Records ILPS 9059, 1967, LP)
 

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