Alan James Eastwood – Alan James Eastwood (1971/2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 192 kHz]

Alan James Eastwood - Alan James Eastwood (1971/2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Alan James Eastwood
Album: Alan James Eastwood
Genre: Folk, Folk Rock
Release Date: 1971/2021
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 33:12
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,21 GB


1-1. Alan James Eastwood – She’s Getting Married in August (02:24)
1-2. Alan James Eastwood – Evenin’ Rain (02:41)
1-3. Alan James Eastwood – Les Papillons (01:53)
1-4. Alan James Eastwood – Virgin Morn (03:30)
1-5. Alan James Eastwood – Seeds (03:14)
1-6. Alan James Eastwood – Crystal Blue (03:44)
1-7. Alan James Eastwood – Lady Carole (03:40)
1-8. Alan James Eastwood – Lotus Child (03:28)
1-9. Alan James Eastwood – Last Prayer (04:11)
1-10. Alan James Eastwood – Hymn for Today (04:23)

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Alan Eastwood was well known as a great drummer but his talents extended to singing and also songwriting at which he was prolific. Alan Eastwood joined The Brumbeats (formerly The Plazents) who were signed to a Decca recording contract in 1964. The band also recorded under the name ‘The Merseyboys’ and had a now rare album of Beatles songs released on the famous Vee-Jay label in the U.S.A. As a member of The Brumbeats, Alan first tasted fame when the band played support for and appeared on the same bill as The Beatles when they performed in Birmingham.
Alan went on to form his own blues-based trio called The Exception with former Brumbeats guitarist Roger Hill and bassist Dave Pegg (later to join Fairport Convention). The Exception was very much Alan’s band as he wrote their original material and sang the lead vocals as well as playing harmonica – not the easiest job on stage as he also played drums at the same time! The group had an album and several good singles released on the President Records label including ‘The Eagle Flies On Friday’, ‘Rub It Down’, and ‘Tailor Made Babe’. Alan also had his own solo single ‘Blackbird Charlie’ issued on President in 1968 as well as a now super-rare solo album titled ‘Seeds… Alan James Eastwood’.

Alan Eastwood continued to work in the music business and spent his later years in London where he lived until his death from heart failure. He never really got the recognition he deserved but was a talented musician who was well respected in the local music community. Louise Lane who’s uncle was Alan Eastwood has some fond memories of him; “Uncle Alan was not just a talented musician – he was also a good listener, giving advice, guidance and support to AA members and helping out with various charities within his community, including helping the homeless in the soup kitchen. From my own memories of Alan, I recall his upbeat energy and sense of humour and of course he just loved to sing and play his guitar to the family. He was an entertainer as well as a kind hearted man”.

The Brumbeats lead vocalist Graham Ashford “Bobby Ash” has sent a touching tribute to Bugsy as follows:

“I was very saddened by the news of Alan Eastwood’s passing. I have only good memories of him, he was one of the good guys I knew in the Birmingham music scene. I enjoyed the time we spent together in the Brumbeats. He was a great drummer to play with and was a big part of the Brumbeats sound.”

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