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Paul Carrack

Birth date: Apr 22, 1951
Birth country: United Kingdom
Birth place: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Instruments: Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Organ, Piano, Timpani


Bands

Roxy Music (1978 - 1980)
Ace (1972 - 1977)
Warm Dust

Albums

American English - Wax (1987)
Learning to Crawl - Pretenders (Jan 24, 1984)
Flesh and Blood - Roxy Music (Jun, 1980)
Pilgrim - Eric Clapton (Mar 10, 1998)
Reptile - Eric Clapton (Mar 13, 2001)
Clapton - Eric Clapton (Sep 27, 2010)

Biography

RockBoar.com Picture   Paul Melvyn Carrack is an English singer, songwriter and musician who has recorded as both a solo artist and as a member of several popular bands.

   Carrack's recording career began with the jazz rock band Warm Dust, who released three albums of original material between 1970 and 1972.

   After Warm Dust broke up, Carrack and Warm Dust bassist Terry "Tex" Comer helped to found the band Ace. Carrack both wrote and was vocalist on the band's debut single "How Long?" which was a 1975 hit in both UK and US.

   In 1977 Ace disbanded, and Carrack began working as a backing musician for Frankie Miller. Subsequently, he was a member of Roxy Music, playing keyboards on their 1979 reunion album "Manifesto". Carrack would also play on the next two Roxy Music albums.

     He maintains an active solo career to the present day.




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