Metro ‎– Metro (1976)

Metro is the debut album by the English combo of the same name, released in 1976 on Transatlantic Records. The album would be the sole release of the trio lineup fronted by singer/songwriter Duncan Browne, who resumed his solo career the following year. Tracklist: A1. Criminal World A2. Precious A3a. Overture To Flame A3b. Flame […]

Duncan Browne – Give Me Take You (1968)

Give Me Take You is the debut album by English singer/songwriter Duncan Browne, released in 1968 on Immediate. Tracklist: A1. “Give Me Take You” (3:23) A2. “Ninepence Worth of Walking” (3:27) A3. “Dwarf in a Tree (A Cautionary Tale)” (3:11) A4. “The Ghost Walks” (5:55) A5. “Waking You (Part One)” (1:09) A6. “Chloe in the […]

Duncan Browne ‎– Streets of Fire (1979)

Streets of Fire is the fourth solo album by English musician/vocalist Duncan Browne, released in 1979 on Logo/Sire. Tracklist: A1. “Fauvette” (3:54) A2. “American Heartbeat” (3:39) A3. “She’s Just a Fallen Angel” (5:08) A4. “Streets of Fire” (8:09) B1. “Nina Morena” (4:56) B2. “Things to Come” (5:52) B3. “(Restless) Child of Change” (3:35) B4. “Canción […]

Duncan Browne ‎– Duncan Browne (1973)

Duncan Browne is the self-titled second album by English singer/songwriter Duncan Browne, released in 1973 on RAK Records. Tracklist: A1. “Ragged Rain Life” (2:57) A2. “Country Song” (3:40) A3. “The Martlet” (4:14) A4. “My Only Son” (4:06) A5. “Babe Rainbow” (4:18) B1. “Journey” (3:17) B2. “Cast No Shadow” (4:17) B3. “Over The Reef” (5:35) B4. […]

Metro

Metro were an English combo that was active through two iterations between 1976 and 1980. In its initial trio formation with veteran singer/songwriter Duncan Browne, the band released a classic self-titled album. After his departure, two further albums appeared circa 1979–80 from a revised five-piece lineup. Musically, Metro wed the quasi-symphonic fullness of assorted Alan […]

Duncan Browne – The Wild Places (1978)

The Wild Places is an album by English musician/vocalist Duncan Browne, released in 1978 on Logo/Sire. The album is his third solo LP overall and the first following his involvement in the art-rock/symphonic-pop combo Metro. Tracklist: A1. “The Wild Places” (5:55) A2. “Roman Vécu” (4:43) A3. “Camino Real, Part I, Part II, Part III” (8:30) B1. […]