Kevin Coyne – Discography

Posted by Green on January 2, 2021as

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Kevin Coyne (27 January 1944 – 2 December 2004) was an English musician, singer, composer, film-maker, and a writer of lyrics, stories and poems. The “anti-star” was born in Derby, Derbyshire, England, and died in his adopted home of Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany.

Coyne is notable for his unorthodox style of blues-influenced guitar composition, the intense quality of his vocal delivery, and his bold treatment of injustice to the mentally ill in his lyrics. Many influential musicians have described themselves as Coyne fans, among them Sting and John Lydon. In the mid-1970s, prior to the formation of the Police, Coyne’s band included guitarist Andy Summers. Prominent BBC disc jockey and world music authority Andy Kershaw described Coyne as “a national treasure who keeps getting better” and as one of the great British blues voices.

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1969/71 – Siren – Siren/Strange Locomotion
1970 – Siren – Let’s Do It
1970 – Siren – Rabbits
1972 – Case History
1973 – Marjory Razorblade
1974 – Blame It On The Night
1975 – Matching Head & Feet
1975 – On Air (Live At Radio Bremen)
1976 – Heartburn
1976 – In Living Black And White
1976 – Let’s Have A Party
1977 – Beautiful Extremes
1978 – Dynamite Daze
1978 – Millionaires And Teddy Bears
1979 – Babble (with Dagmar Krause)
1980 – Bursting Bubbles
1980 – Sanity Stomp
1981/82 – Pointing The Finger/Politicz
1984 – Legless In Manila
1985 – Live Rough And More
1987 – Stumbling Onto Paradise
1988 – Everybody’s Naked
1990 – Peel Sessions
1990 – Romance-Romance
1991 – Wild Tiger Love
1992 – Burning Head
1993 – Tough And Sweet
1994 – Elvira – From The Archives 1979
1994 – Sign Of The Times
1995 – The Adventures Of Crazy Frank
1996 – Knocking On Your Brain
1999 – Bittersweet Lovesongs
1999 – Sugar Candy Taxi
2000 – Room Full Of Fools
2002 – Carnival
2002 – Life Is Almost Wonderful (with Brendan Croker)
2004 – Donut City
2004 – Underground
2005 – One Day In Chicago
2010 – I Want My Crown (Anthology 1973-1980)
2012 – Nobody Dies In Dreamland: Home Recordings From 1972

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