Supertramp

Also known as New Supertramp
Members of Supertramp: Bob Siebenberg, Carl Verheyen, Dave Winthrop, Dougie Thomson, Frank Farrell (2), Jesse Siebenberg, John Helliwell, Kevin Currie, Lee Thornburg, Mark Hart, Richard Palmer-James, Rick Davies, Robert Millar, Roger Hodgson, Steve Reid (5)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.supertramp.com/, http://www.onamrecords.com/myartists.php?artist=Supertramp, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supertramp, http://www.last.fm/music/Supertramp, http://www.youtube.com/artist/supertramp, https://myspace.com/supertrampofficial

Discography of Supertramp:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Crisis? What Crisis? 10 Audio A&M Records
2 Crisis? What Crisis? 10 Audio 1977 A&M Records
3 Breakfast In America 10 Audio 1979 A&M Records
4 Even In The Quietest Moments... 7 Audio 1977 A&M Records
5 "...Famous Last Words..." 9 Audio 1982 A&M Records
6 Crime Of The Century 8 Audio A&M Records
7 The Very Best Of Supertramp 15 Audio 1990 A&M Records
8 The Logical Song (Lost Vegas Remix) 3 Audio Playable Music
9 Cannonball 2 Audio 1985 A&M Records
10 Supertramp 10 Audio A&M Records
11 Brother Where You Bound 6 Audio 1985 A&M Records
12 Free As A Bird 9 Audio 1987
13 Breakfast In America 10 Audio
14 Indelibly Stamped 10 Audio 1977 A&M Records
15 Even In The Quietest Moments... 7 Audio A&M Records
16 Live '88 10 Audio 1988 A&M Records
17 The Logical Song 2 Audio 1979 A&M Records
18 Paris 16 Audio 1980 A&M Records
19 Dreamer 2 Audio 1980 A&M Records
20 The Very Best Of Supertramp 15 Audio 1990 A&M Records
21 Crime Of The Century 8 Audio A&M Records
22 The Autobiography Of Supertramp 11 Audio 1986 A&M Records
23 The Very Best Of 12 Audio 1986 Arcade
24 Breakfast In America 2 Audio 1979 A&M Records
25 It's Raining Again 2 Audio 1982 A&M Records
26 Breakfast In America 10 Audio 1997-05-00 A&M Records
27 The Logical Song 2 Audio 1979 A&M Records
28 Retrospectacle (The Supertramp Anthology) 32 Audio 2005-12-00 A&M Records
29 Supertramp 10 Audio Hallmark Records
30 Crime Of The Century 8 Audio 1974 A&M Records
31 I'm Beggin' You 3 Audio 1987 A&M Records
32 Breakfast In America 10 Audio 1979 A&M Records
33 The Logical Song 2 Audio 1979 A&M Records
34 Paris 16 Audio 1980 A&M Records
35 Classics Volume 9 14 Audio 1987
36 Take The Long Way Home 2 Audio 1979
37 Cannonball 2 Audio 1985 A&M Records
38 Breakfast In America 10 Audio 1984 AMIGA
39 Crisis? What Crisis? 10 Audio 1975 A&M Records
40 "...Famous Last Words..." 9 Audio 1982 A&M Records
41 The Very Best Of Supertramp 2 14 Audio 1992 A&M Records
42 Is Everybody Listening ? 12 Audio 2001 Burning Airlines
43 Indelibly Stamped 10 Audio 1977 A&M Records
44 Cannonball 2 Audio 1985 A&M Records
45 Give A Little Bit 2 Audio 1977 A&M Records
46 Crime Of The Century 8 Audio 1974 A&M Records
47 Crime Of The Century 8 Audio 1990 A&M Records
48 Cannonball / Somebody Elses Guy (Long Version) 3 Audio 2004 Larry
49 Retrospectacle (The Supertramp Anthology) 17 Audio 2005-12-00 A&M Records
50 Better Days 2 Audio 1985 A&M Records


line-up in the old days:

Roger Hodgson: lead vocals, keyboards, guitars

Rick Davies: keyboards, vocals

John Helliwell: saxophones

Dougie Thomson: bass

Bob Siebenberg: drums

current line-up:

Rick Davies – lead vocals, keyboards, harmonica

John Helliwell – keyboards, woodwind, backing vocals

Carl Verheyen – guitars, percussion, backing vocals

Cliff Hugo – bass

Bob Siebenberg – drums, percussion

Gabe Dixon – keyboards, tambourine, vocals

Lee Thornburg – keyboards, brass, backing vocals

Jesse Siebenberg – vocals, guitars, percussion

Rick Davies, John Helliwell and Bob Siebenberg are the only founding members remaining in the band to this day.

Roger Hodgson (who was primarily the one responsible for the band's success in the 1970s/1980s through his 'trademark' electric piano sound) left the band in 1983, which meant quite a turning point for the remaining members.

Finally, Rick Davies took over Hodgson's task of both band leader and lead vocalist, so that the band's history could continue.


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