Amen Corner

Amen Corner was a Welsh soul-pop band that released six singles and the 1968 album Round Amen Corner on Deram, followed by another four singles and the 1969 album Farewell to the Real Magnificent Seven on Immediate. Their hits include “High In the Sky” and covers of The American Breed (“Bend Me, Shape Me”), The Move (“Hello Susie”), and Patty Pravo (“(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice”). Singer Andy Fairweather Low launched a solo career and worked as a session singer. Organist Blue Weaver joined the Bee Gees backing band.

Members: Andy Fairweather Low (vocals, guitar), Neil Jones (guitar), Dennis Bryon (drums), Clive Taylor (bass), Mike Smith (saxophone), Blue Weaver (organ), Allen Jones (saxophone)

Amen Corner formed in 1966 in Cardiff.


  • Round Amen Corner (1968)
  • Farewell to the Real Magnificent Seven (1969)


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