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The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

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The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown

This album really does have everything. They produced more than anyone at that time could produce. Everything about is just incredible. Carl Palmer's drum work, even at his young age, is outstanding. Vincent Crainey's organ work is one of the best recorded at the time, maybe bar Keith Emerson. And of course Arthur Brown's range of vocal styles, from the high pitched screams to the instense melodic voice he can give. This album has a great variety of styles, but they all create the band's own style which is unique! It's a shame they didn't get aaround to making anymore recordings before they went their own ways!

Biography

Born: 24 June 1944 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

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

One of the most electrifying one-shot artists of the '60s, British singer Arthur Brown briefly set the charts alight in 1968, as well as thrilling audiences with his theatrical performances, which saw him wearing helmets of fire and outlandish costumes. His debut album was surely one of the most left-field commercial successes of the late '60s, if not of rock history. In addition to topping the British charts (and reaching number two in the U.S.) with his brilliantly demonic single "Fire," the self-proclaimed...
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