ANDY FAIRWEATHER LOW
The Very Best Of The Low Rider
(Proper)

 

Guitarist Andy Fairweather Low has flown under rock radar here in the U.S. for the better part of four decades. A veteran cohort of Eric Clapton, The Who, Roger Waters, George Harrison and many more, The Low Rider features key tracks recorded by Low as a solo artist are reworked anew and collected on the Proper CD of The Very Best Of Andy Fairweather Low. Backed by a tight band, Low makes it clear why Eric Clapton likes Low’s approach both as guitarist and a singer-songwriter. He sounds just like him. Low Rider leads off with a fresh cover of the American Breed’s 1966 top 40 hit, “Bend Me Shape Me”—reworking the song as a classic ‘60s pop flashback. Other highlights includes covers of Low reworking his 1968 hit with Amen Corner, the pop evergreen “(If Paradise Is) Half As Nice” and a cover of the 1970 Move classic “Hello Susie,” which will surely bring a smile to Roy Wood’s face. Production by the by now famous Glyn Johns furthers this collection’s significance. www.andyfairweatherlow.com

 

 
   
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