An Irish expatriate, Patrick Campbell-Lyons 1st found notice using the short-lived Second Thought, who hardly ever managed to produce it in to the studio room (following Campbell-Lyons departed, the music group evolved into July, which later on splintered, with Jade Warrior being among the outcomes.) After his parting in the band, he produced Nirvana (UK) with Alex Spyropoulos and many various other players, the music group eventually becoming simply the duo by enough time their second record as released. By enough time of Regional Anasthetic (1971), Nirvana was simply Campbell-Lyons and program players, Spyropoulos departing to pursue a single career. Campbell-Lyons documented and released another, once more essentially solo, recording beneath the Nirvana name, Tracks of Like and Compliment. The recording didn’t sell, and neither of two singles accomplished much in the form of airplay or product sales action. He worked well for Vertigo as an A&R guy and producer at exactly the same time, managing a few of their even more minor acquisitions, probably the most amazing of which might have already been Dr. Z, while Mike Absalom was certainly one of the most obscure. Falling the Nirvana name, Campbell-Lyons transferred to the Sovereign label, launching the ill-fated Me and MY PAL in 1973. Neither the record nor its two singles produced any interest, and Campbell-Lyons vanished in to the obscure regions of program and production function, until reuniting with Spyropoulos in 1980 and traveling the influx of renewed curiosity about Nirvana. Campbell-Lyons also proved helpful under the brands of Hat & Link, Pica, and Patrick O’Magic, though non-e of these elevated any deeper curiosity.