Martin Lamble

Martin Lamble

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Martin Francis Lamble (28 August 1949, in St John's Wood, northwest London–12 May 1969) was the drummer for British electric folk band, Fairport Convention, from just after their formation in 1967, until his death in the Fairport Convention van crash in 1969. He joined the band after viewing their first gig and convincing them that he could do a better job than their current drummer, Shaun Frater.

The eldest of three brothers, Martin was educated at Priestmead primary school, Kenton and later at UCS, Hampstead.

He played on the band's first three albums, but shortly after recording Unhalfbricking on 12 May 1969, Fairport's van crashed on the M1 motorway on the way home from a gig in Birmingham. Lamble was killed outright at the age of 19.

He also played on Al Stewart's album Love Chronicles, released in September 1969.


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