Paul Burgess (musician)

Paul Burgess (Musician)

Paul Burgess (musician)

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Paul Burgess (born 28 September 1950 in Manchester) is an English rock drummer, notable for his association with a wide range of British rock and folk-rock bands. In addition to extensive session work, he has been an official member of 10cc, Jethro Tull, Camel, Magna Carta, and The Icicle Works.


<!-- Deleted image removed: -->Burgess started playing drums in 1965 and played in 60's Stockport four piece band Axis, which he left in July 1971. He then joined 10cc on their 1973 UK tour and subsequently played with the band on most of their tours until 1983.

He played on the 10cc Live: King Biscuit Flower Hour album recorded in 1975 and officially joined 10cc in 1976 after the departure of Kevin Godley and Lol Creme. His first studio album with the band was Deceptive Bends, which featured the hits "The Things We Do For Love", "Good Morning Judge" and "People In Love". During the 1977 10cc tour Burgess was joined on drums by Stuart Tosh.Burgess continued his association with 10cc on their 1978 album Bloody Tourists, Look Hear? (1980) and Ten Out of 10 (1981). Paul also played drums on Graham Gouldman's Animalympics(1980) soundtrack and Eric Stewart's first two solo...
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