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TD Lind: Dark Days TD Lind: Dark Days
TD Lind's mesmerising hymn to the end of the world, as recently featured on The Originals (CBS)
Love To Love Vol.2 Love To Love Vol.2
Following on from the success of Vol 1 - Marti sings some of the most beautiful love songs ever written
John Lodge: 10,000 Light Years Ago John Lodge: 10,000 Light Years Ago
John Lodge releases his first solo album in nearly 40 years - and yes - it has been worth the wait!
Jarrod Dickenson: An Evening In The Sun Jarrod Dickenson: An Evening In The Sun
Jarrod performs five mesmerising songs at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis
Naughty Boy: Hotel Cabana Naughty Boy: Hotel Cabana
Naughty Boy includes "Daddy" performed by Emeli Sandé and co-written by Grant Mitchell on his debut conceptual album featuring a stellar cast of urban & pop superstars
Marti Pellow: Boulevard of Life Marti Pellow: Boulevard of Life
Returning to his roots as a singer-songwriter Marti has collaborated with some of music’s greatest talent to produce an extraordinary album.
Claudia Brücken: Where Else Claudia Brücken: Where Else
Claudia's self-penned album explores the vagaries of love – moving through folk, blues, rock, film score, country and electronic music to create something utterly charming.
Julia Fordham: Language Of Love Julia Fordham: Language Of Love
Grant Mitchell produces Julia's beautiful new jazz album of classic pop songs and co-writes the only 2 original songs.
Jarrod Dickenson: Songs From Willow St Jarrod Dickenson: Songs From Willow St
Highly acclaimed beautiful new EP from this wonderful young Texan singer songwriter.
Nicola Benedetti: Homeland - A Scottish Fantasy Nicola Benedetti: Homeland - A Scottish Fantasy
Paul Campbell's beautiful arrangements feature on this stunning new album by the chart topping violinist.
John Lodge: Natural Avenue John Lodge: Natural Avenue
John Lodge's 1977 solo album re-mastered and re-released to high critical acclaim on limited edition 180 gm vinyl by Cherry Red Records. Also on CD plus bonus trx.
Emeli Sandé: Live at The Albert Hall Emeli Sandé: Live at The Albert Hall
Enters UK Chart at Number One! Features Grant Mitchell's co-written singles Daddy and Clown.
Bo Bruce Bo Bruce
Cozi Costi cowrites Golden on Bo Bruce's debut album - entering UK chart at No. 10
Marti Pellow: Hope Marti Pellow: Hope
Marti releases his highly anticipated musical theatre album to huge acclaim and a UK tour
Petula Clark Petula Clark
Petula Clark straight into UK chart at No24 with Lost In You in her eightieth year! Co-written and produced by John Williams
Michael Ball Michael Ball
Michael Ball enters UK chart at No.8 with new Leslie Bricusse & Andrew Lloyd-Weber song "The Perfect Song"
Emeli Sandé: Clown Emeli Sandé: Clown
Emeli Sandé's latest single Clown in Top 5! Co-written by Grant Mitchell
Susan Boyle: Standing Ovation Susan Boyle: Standing Ovation
Susan Boyle duets with Donny Osmond on Leslie Bricusse's hit song "This Is The Moment" on her highly anticipated new album Standing Ovation.
Alexandra Burke: Heartbreak On Hold Alexandra Burke: Heartbreak On Hold
Shapiro Bernstein writer Cozi Costi co-writes "Beating Still" with Nina Woodford and Carl Ryden on Alexandra Burke's much anticipated follow up album.
Emeli Sandé: Our Version Of Events Emeli Sandé: Our Version Of Events
Arlon Songs writer Grant Mitchell co-writes on Number One and 2012 Brit Awards winner's debut album.
Westlife: Greatest Hits Westlife: Greatest Hits
Released for Christmas - check out the brilliant brand new final track "Last Mile Of The Way" cowritten by Shapiro Bernstein writer Dimitri Ehrlich. Released 21 Nov 2011.
Ryan Adams: Ashes On Fire Ryan Adams: Ashes On Fire
Ryan's highly acclaimed return to glory, produced by the legendary Glyn Johns. Released 7th October 2011
Miss 600: Buying Time Miss 600: Buying Time
The extremely sexy pop of Miss 600 has already reached BBC R2's playlist. Ennio Morricone features on "Is This Love?" track.
TD Lind releases his 3rd album to huge acclaim by the music press and BBC Radio Two playlisting. Released on 23rd May 2011
Marti reaches No. 4 in the UK Indie charts and No. 27 in the OCC charts with this album of favourite love songs
TD Lind & Alejandro Escovedo TD Lind & Alejandro Escovedo
TD Lind to support the great Americana artist Alejandro Escovedo at El Rey's in LA, August 11. Guest appearance by Lucinda Williams.
The Devil And The Monkey The Devil And The Monkey
Marti Pellow releases his outstanding new solo album: a brilliantly produced, daringly conceived and beautifully composed pop record to coincide with his Arena Tour.
Claudia Cream Claudia Cream
Claudia Cream records Owen Thomas & Lily-May Young's "Who's Gonna Wake Me Up" for her highly anticpated new album.
Chess In Concert (CD & DVD) Chess In Concert (CD & DVD)
Marti Pellow stars as The Arbiter in Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice's special anniversary concert of CHESS. Also starring: Josh Groban, Clarke Peters, Idina Menzel.
The Gooner Review The Gooner Review
Andy Fairweather Low's track Ashes & Diamonds makes it onto this wonderful documentary feature film about Arsenal Football Club, starring Nick Hornby, Paul "Dennis Pennis" Kaye, DJ Judge Jules etc...
Saray Saray
Arlon Songs gains the first single off Saray's new album Into My Soul (Universal Records) with the TD Lind and Martin Sutton penned "No".
TD Lind TD Lind
"Call Me Sinner"
The new album is just out, radio play on Jonathan Ross and some amazing reviews start the ball rolling on his break through album!
Joe Cocker Joe Cocker
"Hymn For My Soul"
Hits No. 9 in the US Billboard Christian Chart and No. 13 in the Billboard Gospel Chart
TD Lind contributes to the score of this award winning Eastend gangster documentary film
Andy Fairweather Low Andy Fairweather Low
"The Low Rider"
The Very Best of Andy Fairweather Low released 23 June 2008
Marti Pellow Marti Pellow
"Sentimental Me"
Marti's outstanding new jazz album released on Rhino Records.
Joe Cocker Joe Cocker
"Hymn 4 My Soul"
enters the UK top 10 The title track and single written by Andy Fairweather Low
Lee Ryan Lee Ryan
“Reinforced Love”
Released on Tall Tale Records. For children’s charities.
Andy Fairweather Low Andy Fairweather Low
"sweet soulful music"
Nominated for American Blues Music Award
TD Lind TD Lind
"Let’s Get Lost”
Nominated for Independent Music Award
Duncan James Duncan James
“future past”
Featuring TD Lind Track “Turn My Head”.
Driving Lessons Driving Lessons
Movie starring Julie Walters & Rupert Grint featuring Lind’s recording “Jesus Christ”.
Arlon Music - ANDY FAIRWEATHER LOW''s RAVE reviews!!!
"Impossible to dislike..." Nigel Williamson - UNCUT
“Sweet Soulful Music, finds his conflicted humanism aphoristic, sneaky, and charming, his take on rootsy rock “n” roll sexier than ever.”
When Andy Fairweather Low hits a high note on the word forgiveness, he sounds completely unselfconscious, and finesses the stretch with as much grace as any 58-year-old rocker can muster. Sweet Soulful Music, his first solo effort in 26 years, finds his conflicted humanism as aphoristic, sneaky, and charming as it was on '70s records like Spider Jiving and La Booga Rooga. The Welsh-born Low has spent the last quarter-century as a guitarist for stars like Roger Waters and Eric Clapton, but his take on rootsy rock 'n' roll is sexier than anything Clapton has done since 461 Ocean Boulevard. Low's guitar and pleasantly mush-mouthed tenor demonstrate how looseness doesn't necessarily preclude control, and on the raving "One More Rocket," he sings, "Freigeist Zeitgeist Nietzsche Rée Schopenhauer/Where there's a way to go/There's always a will to power," proving that conflicted humanism trumps any rocker's blatant appeal to divinity.
Edd Hurt, The Village Voice

"Low's first solo album in twenty-six years retains the charm of the long out of print trio of discs he released on A&M in the mid-late 70s. Those albums sadly but perhaps not surprisingly flew under the radar in the States because their straightforward and very British charisma were out of sync with the slick dance and hard rock scenes that were then popular. But Low's approach has pretty much stayed unchanged, so this delightful set of 14 tunes isn't likely to garner much more attention. That's a shame because the singer/guitarist has tapped into a minimalist, engaging groove that feels as comfortable as sinking into an old easy chair...."When I Grow too Old to Dream," the album's only cover, is presented as a waltz with accordion and provides a warm coda for a modest gem of a comeback that deserves more of an audience than it is likely to receive."
Hal Horowitz, All Music Guide

"On this new disc, produced by Glyn Johns of Rolling Stones/Beatles fame recorded in only 10 days, Low aims incredibly high and surprisingly delivers big.
Elmore Magazine, February 2007

Jim Musser’s top 20 albums of the year

"A U.K. teen popstar (with Amen Corner) in the ’60s, a cult chimera in the ’70s and a first-call guitarist for the likes of the Who, Clapton, Van Morrison, George Harrison, etc. since, do-it-all Low has no one left to impress but himself — and if this sporty booger didn’t knock HIM out, it clobbered me. Battle-scarred U.K. sidemen and producer Glyn Johns strut their pre-digital stuff, and the charm-times-chops quotient is off-the-charts. … Listen once and you’ll adopt him."
Iowa Press Citizen, December 2006

"Low’s songs are difficult to categorize. They aren’t quite folk and they aren’t quite rock. Rather, his music is a timeless sort of pop that is pure and lovely, music that can be enjoyed in any era. Low once told Robert Christgau that he writes “big”, but what comes out doesn’t feel big in the ornate, overbearing sense. Rather, the largesse comes forth in other ways. The songs are small and simple, yet the joy they evoke is truly massive.", December 2006

"Strange but true. In Andy Fairweather Low's 28 years of guitar service to superstars, none of his famous bosses - The Who, Eric Clapton, George Harrison - has fielded an album as good as the three waggish folk-rock gems Low dropped to minimal acclaim between 1974 and 1976....Lowe's first solo album since 1980 retains his knack for recombinant colloquialism.... the tunes are sly and laconic, the lyrics jaunty and laconic, and the POV stubborn, thoughtful, and true."
Robert Christgau, Blender Magazine, November 2006

"Here's hoping Andy Fairweather Low steps out of the shadows soon to tour the proud nightclubs of our nation. From his 60s group Amen Corner to a handful of solo releases in the 70s, surely this Welshman can still command the spotlight with strong luster. Sweet Soulful Music demands no less..."
Bill Bentley, Sherman Oaks Sun

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