Pidgeon were an American folk-psych band that released a self-titled album and a standalone single on Decca in 1969. Keyboardist/songwriter Jobriath Salisbury (aka Bruce Wayne Campbell) later released two cabaret-rock albums as Jobriath on Elektra. Members: Cheri Gage (autoharp, vocals), Richard T. Marshall (poetry), Jobriath Salisbury (keyboards, guitar, vocals), Bill Strong Smith (drums, percussion) Discography: […]

Jobriath ‎– Jobriath (1973)

Jobriath is the first of two solo albums by the namesake American art-pop/cabaret performer, released in 1973 on Elektra. Tracklist: A1. “Take Me I’m Yours” (4:10) A2. “Be Still” (3:37) A3. “World Without End” (3:41) A4. “Space Clown” (2:34) A5. “Earthling” (3:29) A6. “Movie Queen” (1:56) B1. “I’m a Man” (3:33) B2. “Inside” (3:46) B3. “Morning […]


Jobriath Salisbury (1946–1983) was an American singer, pianist, and songwriter who released the 1973–74 Elektra albums Jobriath and Creatures of the Street. Background Jobriath was born Bruce Wayne Campbell on December 14, 1946, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As a child, he played organ at his family church and gained recognition as a piano prodigy […]