Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera

Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera was an English psych-rock band that released multiple singles and a 1968 self-titled album on Direction. After Gantry’s departure, singer/guitarist Paul Brett led them on the 1969 release Ride a Hustler’s Dream. The rhythm section joined the Strawbs and later recorded as Hudson–Ford. Gantry surfaced in funk-rockers Stretch. Members: Colin Forster […]

Paul Brett ‎– Interlife (1978)

Interlife is an album by folk-rock/classical guitarist/composer Paul Brett, released in 1978 on RCA Victor. Tracklist: A. “Interlife” (16:23 — :01-3:44-10:33-14:45) B1. “Celebration” (5:46) B2. “Segregation” (5:30) B3. “Isolation” (3:15) B4. “Into Life” (6:52) Credits: Bass [String] – David Griffiths Brass – Mel Collins, Steve Gregory Drums – Rod Coombes Electric Bass – Delisle Harper Guitar […]

Paul Brett Sage ‎– Paul Brett Sage (1970)

Paul Brett Sage is the debut album by the namesake English folk-rock/psych combo, released in 1970 on Pye/Janus. Tracklist: A1. “3D Mona Lisa” (3:16) A2. “The Sun Died” (3:58) A3. “Little Aztec Prince” (4:21) A4. “Reason for Your Asking” (4:10) A5. “Trophies of War” (3:47) B1. “The Tower” (5:12) B2. “The Painter” (4:11) B3. “Mediterranean […]

Paul Brett’s Sage

Paul Brett’s Sage were an English folk-rock band that released a self-titled album on Pye in 1970, followed by two further albums on Dawn in 1971 and 1972. The band was fronted by guitarist/songwriter Paul Brett, who subsequently recorded as a solo artist. Members: Paul Brett (vocals, guitar), Dick Dufall (bass), Bob Voice (drums), Nicky […]