Vicki Brown

Victoria Mary Brown, née Haseman

Also known as V. Brown, Vicki, Vickie Brown, Vicky Brown, Vikki Brown
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Discography of Vicki Brown:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Stay With Me 'Til The Morning 2 Audio 1986 RCA
2 Can't Let Go 3 Audio 1987 RCA
3 Lady Of Time 11 Audio 1989 RCA
4 About Love And Life 15 Audio 1990 Polydor
5 Vicki Brown 12 Audio 1987 RCA
6 Child In The Storm 3 Audio 1992 All At Once
7 From The Inside 2 Audio 1977 Power Exchange Records & Tapes
8 Ode To Joy 17 Audio 2005
9 Shanghai Surprise 3 Audio 1986 Not On Label
10 The Young Verdi 12 Audio 1988 RCA
11 Stay With Me 'Til The Morning 2 Audio 1986 RCA
12 Plaisir D'Amour 4 Audio 1987 RCA
13 If I Thought 2 Audio 1989 RCA
14 Just For You 2 Audio 1990 RCA
15 We Are One 2 Audio 1990 Polydor

English pop, rock and contemporary classical singer

Born; 23rd August 1940, Liverpool, England

Died; 16th June 1991, Henley-on-Thames, England

She is best known for her membership of [a=Vernons Girls, The] and as one of the UK's most enduring backing vocalists.

She was the first wife of fellow singer and musician, [a=Joe Brown], and mother of the singer, [a=Sam Brown] and the producer, [a=Pete Brown (3)].

In 1979 Brown began recording with The [a=New London Chorale] and the group's popularity with the Dutch people paved the way for Brown's solo success in the Netherlands.

As a session and live vocalist, Vicki worked with Jon Lord, Roger Waters, Alvin Lee, Chris Farlowe, Steve Marriott, Cerrone, Gary Moore, Yvonne Keeley, Eric Burdon, Pink Floyd, Bryan Ferry, Olivia Newton-John, Robert Palmer, Elton John, amongst other artists.

She died of breast cancer on 16 June 1991 at the age of 50.

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