Richard Thompson
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Richard Thompson

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Albums
21

Biography

Richard Thompson is an English rock, folk rock and electro folk singer, songwriter and musician. He was born on 3 April 1949 in Notting Hill, West London. He is best known as a guitar player who won the Orville H. Gibson award for best acoustic guitar player, in 1991. During his career, he collaborated with various artists such as John Martyn, Al Stewart, Matthews Southern Comfort, Sandy Denny and Nick Drake. In the early 1970s, he signed to Warner Bros. Records and began recoding his debut album. Henry the Human Fly was released in 1972 and it yielded the singles such as "Wheely Down", "The New St. George", "Painted Ladies" and "Nobody’s Wedding". This album was not a huge commercial success but it received good reviews from critics. Now, you may download Richard Thompson's debut album, Henry the Human Fly, in mp3 from our site. In 1974, he along with folk rock singer Linda Peters released the album, I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight, which Rolling Stone magazine ranked at number 479, in 2003.

 

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