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Arthur Brown Biography
Arthur Brown was a British rock and roll singer in the late 1960s, known for outlandish performances. His debut album, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown (1968) was a surprise hit on both sides of the Atlantic. The album included Pete Townshend as producer, and featured a major hit single entitiled "Fire" (not to be confused with later songs of the same title by Jimi Hendrix and The Pointer Sisters). Though Brown never managed to release another terribly successful recording, he did release several albums as Kingdom Come in the early 1970s and also contributed some vocals on albums by the Alan Parsons Project.
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