BRINSLEY SCHWARZ - LIVE FAVOURITES

BRINSLEY SCHWARZ - LIVE FAVOURITES

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Label: VOGON

Release date: 07/10/2016

Barcode: 1357141541305

Catalog no.: VCD0002001

Item ID: 436559

Brinsley Schwarz released a string of great pub rock albums in the early 1970s, which never achieved the success they deserved. Recognition came after the group's split, when Nick Lowe and Ian Gomm both scored UK and US hits, and Bob Andrews and name giver Brinsley Schwarz joined Graham Parker & The Rumour. 'Live Favourites' was recorded just after the band recorded its Dave Edmunds produced swansong 'New Favourites'. This is the first time for these concert recordings to appear on CD.

Also available: LIVE FAVOURITES (LP).

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