Lew Lewis Band

(Southend, Essex 76 – 79)
Pub Rock, later known as Lew Lewis Reformer

 

Official Pre-79 Releases;

Boogie on the Street 7” (Stiff, BUY-5) released Oct 76
Tracks: Boogie on the Street, Caravan Man

Out for a lark 7” (United Artists, UP-36217) released Feb 77
Tracks: Out for a lark, Watch Yourself

Various Artists – Hits Greatest Stiffs LP (Stiff, FIST-1) released Sep 77
Tracks: Caravan Man

Lucky Seven 7” (Stiff, LEW-1) released Dec 78
Tracks: Lucky Seven, Night Talk

Various Artists – Stiff Records Box Set No. 1 10 x 7” (Stiff, BUY 1-10) released Nov 78
Tracks: Boogie on the street, Caravan Man

 

Other Pre-79 Recordings;

Out For A Lark 7″ Acetate (United Artists) released/recorded 25-2-77
Tracks: Out For A Lark

Live 11-6-77 (Venue unknown)
Tracks: Boogie on the street, Do just what you want, High temperature, Messin’ with the kid, Night talk, One step town, Out for a lark, Watch yourself

 

Further Information;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lew_Lewis

Line ups:

Lew Lewis Band            Lew Lewis Reformer #1     #2
76                                 77                                      79
Lew Lewis (voc)            Lew Lewis (voc/harm)        Lew Lewis (voc/harm)
John Sparks (bass)       Lee Green (gtr)                 Rick Taylor (gtr)
Lee Brilleaux (gtr)         Pete Zear (gtr)                   Johnny Squirrel (bass)
.                                    Johnny Ocean (bass)        Buzz Barwell (drms)
.                                    Bob Clouter (drms)

Pete Zear is also in The Jukes, Mickey Jupp‘s band, later solo
Lew Lewis is ex-Eddie & the Hot Rods
John Sparks & Lee Brilleaux are also in Dr Feelgood.
Buzz Barwell is ex-Deeno’s Marvels.  Bob Clouter is also in Mickey Jupp‘s band

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