Though initial emerging being a staple from the Uk progressive rock community from the 1970s, Bob Sargeant enjoyed his most significant success ten years later among the perhaps most obviously producers of the brand new wave era. He initial surfaced being a keyboardist with Mick Abrahams’ support music group, on Abrahams’ 1971 self-titled single debut. Freelance use Andy Roberts, Junco Companions and Patrick Campbell-Lyons implemented, and in 1975 Sargeant released his lone single recording, First Starring Part. After briefly becoming a member of Curved Air with time to play on the 1976 LP Airborne, he resurfaced 3 years later within the producer’s chair, helming the Ruts’ Split, the Monochrome Set’s Unusual Boutique a yr later, and following use the English Defeat (the classic I SIMPLY Can’t Prevent It) and Any Problems (Where ARE the Nice Women?) solidified Sargeant’s position as a increasing talent. Furthermore to creating both of the British Beat’s other studio room albums, he also helmed Haircut 100’s 1982 debut Pelican Western; concurrently, he also continuing producing a variety of classes for John Peel’s BBC radio system, with dates through the Buzzcocks, Wire, Madness, the Undertones, Gang of Four and Gary Numan later on seeing official launch. In 1985 Sargeant done the Damned’s Phantasmagoria, adopted a year later on from the Woodentops’ acclaimed debut Large. From the past due 1980s onward, nevertheless, he was mainly inactive.
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