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Robin Lumley

Robin Lumley
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Robin Lumley is a British jazz-fusion musician. He started playing drums in a student band at college, and that band entered the finals of the Melody Maker band talent contest in the early 70s. He was a keyboardist with Brand X from 1974 to 1983 (he took a leave of absence during 1978 to concentrate on his career as producer, but rejoined for the band's final albums and tours). He was a leading producer on the UK jazz-fusion scene in the late 70s, including producing Brand X themselves, Rod Argent's solo albums, and albums by original Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips. He also had a brief spell as keyboard player with David Bowie's Spiders from Mars.
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Brand X — The X-Files: A 20 Year Retrospective Brand X — The X-Files: A 20 Year Retrospective
(Pangea Music OM1011, 1998, 2CD)
Brand X — Is There Anything About? Brand X — Is There Anything About?
(Columbia 484437 2, 1982/1998, CD)
Brand X — Do They Hurt? Brand X — Do They Hurt?
(Virgin CASCD 1151, 1980/2004, CD)
Brand X — Product Brand X — Product
(Virgin CASCD 1147, 1979/2004, CD)
Gary Boyle —  The Dancer Gary Boyle — The Dancer
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2307, 1977/2012, CD)
Brand X — Livestock Brand X — Livestock
(Caroline CAROL 1388-2, 1977/1989, CD)
Brand X — Moroccan Roll Brand X — Moroccan Roll
(Caroline CAROL 1392-2, 1977/1989, CD)
Wilding / Bonus — Pleasure Signals Wilding / Bonus — Pleasure Signals
(Ozone OZ002-2, 1977/1993, CD)
Curved Air — Airborne Curved Air — Airborne
(Repertoire REP 5248, 1976/2011, CD)
Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley — Marscape Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley — Marscape
(Ozone OZ005-2, 1976/1993, CD)
Brand X  — Missing Period Brand X — Missing Period
(Outer Music OM-1004, 1976/1997, CD)
Brand X — Unorthodox Behaviour Brand X — Unorthodox Behaviour
(Virgin CASCD1117, 1976/1989, CD)
Various Artists — Peter and the Wolf Various Artists — Peter and the Wolf
(Verdant 634479155833, 1975/2005, CD)

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