Arthur Brown

Arthur Brown (born June 24, 1944) is an English singer, performer, and bandleader from Whitby, Yorkshire, who shot to fame as the frontman of The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, which issued a self-titled album on Track Record in 1968. Between 1971 and 1973, he recorded three albums with space rockers Kingdom Come.

Brown debuted as a solo artist with the album Dance on Gull in 1975, followed by Chisholm in My Bosom in 1977. In 1980, he collaborated with former Crazy World bandmate Vincent Crane on the album Faster Than the Speed of Light. The pair also appeared on the album Time Actor by Richard Wahnfried (aka Klaus Schulze.) In 1982, Brown released back-to-back solo albums on Republic Records.


  • Dance (1975)
  • Chisholm in My Bosom (1977)
  • Faster Than the Speed of Light (1980 • Arthur Brown & Vincent Crane)
  • Requiem (1982)
  • Speaknotech (1982)
  • The Complete Tapes of Atoya (1984 • Arthur Brown and Craig Leon)

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