Week of January 13, 2008

Paul Brett's Sage

Paul Brett - Guitar, Vocals
Dick Dufall - Bass
Bob Voice - Drums

Paul Brett's Sage
Paul Brett Sage (Pye NSPL 18347) 1970; CD: Air Mail Archive AIRAC1332
Jubilation Foundry (Dawn DNLS 3021) 1971; CD: Air Mail Archive AIRAC1333
Schizophrenia (Dawn DNLS 3032) 1972; CD: Air Mail Archive AIRAC1334
Paul Brett solo
Paul Brett (Bradley's BRADL 1001) 1973
Clocks (Bradley's BRADL 1004) 1973
Phoenix Future (Private Pressing) 1975

Paul Brett's Sage
Good Old-Fashioned Funky Kind Of Music/Goodbye Forever (Dawn DNS 1010) 1970
Reason For Your Askin'/Everlasting Butterfly/Savannah Ladies/To Everyman (Freedom) (PS) (Dawn DNX 2508) 1971
Paul Brett solo:
Mr. Custer/Good Times Hard Times (Bradley's BRAD 301) 1973
Summer Driftin'/Clocks (PS) (Bradley's BRAD 305) 1973
Soho Jack/Captain Dan (Bradley's BRAD 7405) 1974

Paul Brett had been a guitarist with Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera. He was later in Fire with future Strawbs member Dave Lambert. Later in 1970 he formed Paul Brett's Sage with former Fire members Dick Dufall and Bob Voice. After three reasonable rock albums with this outfit he went solo. "Phoenix Future" was a privately-pressed effort, just 500 copies were issued, but it's yet to interest collectors much. He also recorded a library-only album, "Music Manifold" (R2), during the seventies.

Taken from The Tapestry of Delights - The Comprehensive Guide to British Music of the Beat, R&B, Psychedelic and Progressive Eras 1963-1976, Vernon Joynson
ISBN 1 899855 15 7

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