Kevin Ayers (Aug. 16, 1944 — Feb. 18, 2013) was an English singer/songwriter from Herne Bay, Kent, that emerged as the guitarist/vocalist in Soft Machine, playing on the band’s 1968 eponymous debut album. The following year, he launched his solo career with the album Joy of a Toy on Harvest. Between 1972 and 1980, he issued seven further albums; five on Harvest bisected with two on Island. Further albums appeared on assorted labels over the subsequent 11-year period, culminating with the 1992 guest-packed disc Still Life with Guitar on Fnac.
- Joy of a Toy (1969)
- Shooting at the Moon (1970 • Kevin Ayers and the Whole World)
- Whatevershebringswesing (1972)
- Bananamour (1973)
- The Confessions of Doctor Dream and Other Stories (1974)
- Sweet Deceiver (1975)
- Yes We Have No Mañanas-So Get Your Mañanas Today (1976)
- Rainbow Takeaway (1978)
- That’s What You Get Babe (1980)
- Diamond Jack and the Queen of Pain (1983)
- Deià…Vu (1984)
- As Close as You Think (1986)
- Falling Up (1988)
- Still Life With Guitar (1992)
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