Alan Powell (born in 1948, Manchester, Lancashire, England) is an English drummer who was mainly active during the 1970s.
In 1964 Alan joined Manchester R&B band Ivans Meads who released their first single for EMI label "Sins of a Family" followed in 1965 with "We'll Talk about it Tomorrow". The band split in 1967.
His first notable appearances were with Chicken Shack, appearing on the 1974 live album Goodbye, and Vinegar Joe ("Proud To Be a Honky Woman"). He continued his friendship with Robert Palmer from Vinegar Joe co-writing "Gotta Get a Grip on You, Part 2" (from 1976's Some People Can Do What They Like), "The Silver Gun" (from 1983's Pride) and "Life in Detail" (from the soundtrack to 1990's Pretty Woman).
During 1974, he joined Hawkwind as a second drummer, recording two albums, 1975's Warrior on the Edge of Time and 1976's Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music, and contributed to Hawkwind collaborator MichaelЧитать далее в Википедии...
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