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Word of warning

Although the quality is very good, these are re recorded versions of the songs. If you want a definitive 'Best of' you can buy all three A&M albums he recorded in the 70's on one CD for a very reasonalble price. This is not yet available on itunes.

Great Artist - This is as good as it gets on MP3...

If you like Andy Fairweather Low then you'll struggle to find anything digital anywhere - this is as good as it gets. If you hunt down the vinyl "Spider Jiving" album in good condition it is pure Andy Fairweather Low - this sounds just a bit too produced!

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Great songs, from a great musician, loved his guitar playing for years.


Born: 02 August 1948 in Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The seven million people who bought Eric Clapton's Unplugged album and the countless more who saw the MTV Unplugged TV show experienced the work of Andy Fairweather Low, who served as Clapton's backup guitarist/vocalist. But probably few in that giant audience knew that Fairweather Low had once been a teen idol and had an extensive recorded catalog in groups and as a solo star. Born in Cardiff, Wales, Fairweather Low formed Amen Corner in the mid-'60s, for which he served as lead singer. The group...
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