|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Come Back Romance, All Is Forgiven||6||Audio||1977||EMI|
|2||Tarot / Lulli Rides Again||2||Audio||1970-07-10||Parlophone|
|3||Come Back Romance, All Is Forgiven||6||Audio||1977||EMI|
|4||New York Satyricon Zany||2||Audio||1974-07-00||GM Records (4)|
|5||Love Love Love||2||Audio||1977-01-00||EMI|
|6||Supersonic||2||Audio||1975||GM Records (4)|
|7||Sweet William||2||Audio||1973-05-00||GM Records (4)|
|8||Gone To My Head||11||Audio||1972|
|9||Say It Was Magic||2||Audio||1981||EMI|
|13||Love Love Love||2||Audio||1977||EMI|
|14||Good Advice||11||Audio||1978||Crystal (5)|
|15||Gone To My Head||11||Audio||1972||Mercury|
|16||Another Shipwreck||2||Audio||1978||Crystal (5)|
Andy Bown (born 27 March 1946, The City, London, England) is an English musician, who has specialized in keyboards and bass guitar. He is currently a member of the rock band [a=Status Quo].
Bown's first major band was The [a=Herd], along with [a=Peter Frampton]. After The Herd dissolved he spend two years with [a=Judas Jump] who were the opening act of the Isle of Wight Festival 1970.
He played [keyboards at first] for Frampton in the 1970s then switching to bass briefly when [a=Rick Wills] departed the [a=Peter Frampton] band in early 1975. Bown himself left the Frampton entourage less than a year later, just as Frampton was on the verge of becoming a world-wide Rock sensation.
He went back to England where he first dabbled with a solo career, then resumed work with [a=Status Quo] whom he started playing keyboards for in 1973 as a session musician, first appearing on their Hello! album in that year. He joined [a=Status Quo] as a full member in 1976, and has been with them ever since.