Brown, Arthur

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Arthur Brown is best known for his 1967 world-wide number one single, "Fire" and its classic soundbite, "I am the god of hellfire". Having spent 1966 in Paris perfecting his stage craft, he returned to London to redefine rock theatrics. He would never reach those commerical heights again, despite a plethora of projects, including his vastly underrated prog band Kingdom Come.

Founded: 1942

Location: Whitby, Yorkshire, England

Website: Arthur Brown Official Webpage


Original Releases
Title Recording Type Datesort icon Average Rating
  Dance Studio 1974
  Chisholm In My Bosom Studio 1977