Jesus of Coolby Nick Lowe (Vinyl Record)

Nick Lowe: Jesus of Cool (Vinyl LP)

Yep Roc Records

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Vinyl LP pressing. Reissue of 1978 album which was released in the US as Pure Pop for Now People. Nick Lowe is an English singer-songwriter, bass guitarist and producer who records and performs in a number of different musical styles. He began his recording career in 1966 as a member of Kippington Lodge, founded with his friend Brinsley Schwarz. Lowe's best-known songs from the Brinsley Schwarz era are 'What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love, and Understanding' which was a major hit for Elvis Costello in 1979, and 'Cruel to Be Kind' a song the other band members rejected but was later a solo hit for Lowe. After leaving Brinsley Schwarz in the mid-1970s, Lowe began playing in Rockpile with Dave Edmunds. In August 1976, Lowe released 'So It Goes' b/w 'Heart of the City'. Music for Money, I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass, Little Hitler, Shake and Pop, Tonight, So It Goes, No Reason, 36 Inches High - Nick Lowe Ford J, Marie Provost, Nutted By Reality, Heart of the City, Shake That Rat, I Love My Label, They Called It Rock, Born a Woman - Nick Lowe Sharp M, Endless Sleep, Halfway to Paradise - Nick Lowe Goffin G, Rollers Show - Nick Lowe Lowe Nick Aka T. M, Cruel to Be Kind, Heart of the City, I Don't Want the Night to End