Perhaps most widely known among the guitarists/vocalists for the seminal pub rock group Brinsley Schwarz, Ian Gomm began his career in music mainly because an apprentice in EMI’s mechanical and engineering departments. During his five years using the label, Gomm also fronted many R&B-inspired trios, starting for bands like the Who, the Move, and Green Floyd. By 1970, Gomm was prepared to pursue playing music full-time; he quit his work at EMI on the Fri and was using Brinsley Schwarz by Mon. Gomm’s versatility being a vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist (he was called “Best Tempo Guitarist” by NME in 1971) helped the group make the changeover from folky country-rock to straight-ahead pub rock and roll — Gomm’s documenting debut using the music group, Nervous on the highway, is among the group’s greatest albums and features among Gomm’s strongest tracks, “IT HAS BEEN SUCH A LONG TIME.” He remained with Brinsley Schwarz before group folded in 1975, after that shifted to Wales, where he constructed his own studio room and recorded periods with the Stranglers, Amon Düül, and Alexis Korner. He also done his own materials and agreed upon to Albion, who released his single debut, Summer Vacation, in 1978. The next year, Stiff/Epic released the record as Gomm using the Wind in the us, where the one “HANG ON” reached quantity 12 within the Warm 100 and resulted in a gig assisting Dire Straits on the Sultans of Golf swing tour. Subsequent single albums included Just what a Blow, The Community Voice (including “Louise,” a tune that became Phil Everly’s initial solo strike) and 1986’s Pictures, his final discharge from the ’80s. Gomm spent all of those other decade creating a fresh studio room, Mountain Audio, and writing even more tunes. Producing and executive also held him occupied until 1997, when he released Crazy for you personally. In 2000, he came back to the studio room with Jeff “Stay” Davis from the Amazing Tempo Aces and Pat McInerney of Nanci Griffith’s Blue Moon Orchestra to record Rock and roll ‘N’ Roll Center, that was released in 2002 and in addition features performances from the Tempo Aces’ Russell Smith and Griffith.
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