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Richard Palmer-James

Richard Palmer-James
Country
England
Bio / info
Richard William Palmer-James is an English guitarist and lyricist, born 11 June 1947, in Bournemouth, England. In the 70s he was the lyricist for King Crimson on the albums Larks’ Tongues in Aspic (1973), Starless and Bible Black (1974) and Red (1974). Prior to writing for King Crimson, he had played in various Bournemouth bands: The Corvettes, The Palmer-James Group (formed with Alec James), Tedrad and Ginger Man, all of which also included John Wetton on bass and vocals. He was a founding member of Supertramp in 1969, and appeared on their first album. Since the 70s, he has worked mostly as a lyricist with a variety of artists.
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David Cross Band — Sign of the Crow David Cross Band — Sign of the Crow
(Noisy, 2016, CD)
Richard Palmer-James — Takeaway Richard Palmer-James — Takeaway
(PP006CD, 2016, CD)
John Wetton — Raised in Captivity John Wetton — Raised in Captivity
(Frontiers Records FR CD 522, 2011, CD)
David Cross — Closer Than Skin David Cross — Closer Than Skin
(NOISY 003, 2005, CD)
John Wetton & Richard Palmer-James — Monkey Business 1972-1997 John Wetton & Richard Palmer-James — Monkey Business 1972-1997
(Blueprint BP-295-CD, 1998, CD)
John Wetton — Arkangel John Wetton — Arkangel
(Renaissance RMED00114, 1997/1999, CD)
Supertramp — Supertramp Supertramp — Supertramp
(A&M AMLS 981, 1970, LP)
 

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