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David Lawrence Atkins (Curtiss)

David Lawrence Atkins (Curtiss)
Country
England
Profile
David Atikins is a British songwriter, singer, and instrumentalist who used the stage name Dave Curtiss as a member of Bodast with guitarist Steve Howe. After Bodast, he formed Curtiss Maldoon with Clive Skinner (aka Maldoon), which released a pair of LPs in the 70s.
Website
http://davidatkinsmusic.wordpress.com
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Releases on file (2)
David Lawrence Atkins — Spitting on a Fish David Lawrence Atkins — Spitting on a Fish
((Not on label) , 2011/2018, CD)
Bodast with Steve Howe — The Early Years (AKA Bodast Tapes) Bodast with Steve Howe — The Early Years (AKA Bodast Tapes)
(C5 Records C5-528, 1968/1990, CD / LP)

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