Andy Mackay

Andrew Mackay

Also known as A. MacKay, A. Mackey, A. McKay, Alan McKay, And Mackay, Andrew Mackay, Andrew Mackey, Andrew McKay, Andy MacKay, Andy McKay, Mac Kay, MacKay, Mckay
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Discography of Andy Mackay:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 In Search Of Eddie Riff 10 Audio 1977 Polydor
2 Resolving Contradictions 15 Audio 1999 Rifff Records
3 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1990 Expression Records
4 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1978 Bronze Records (2)
5 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1990 Expression Records
6 In Search Of Eddie Riff 9 Audio 1974 Island Records
7 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1978 Bronze Records (2)
8 In Search Of Eddie Riff 15 Audio 1999 Rifff Records
9 Ride Of The Valkyries 2 Audio 1974 Island Records
10 Wild Weekend 4 Audio 1974 Island Records
11 In Search Of Eddie Riff 10 Audio Polydor
12 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1978 Bronze Records (2)
13 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1978
14 In Search Of Eddie Riff 10 Audio 1977 Polydor
15 In Search Of Eddie Riff 10 Audio 1977
16 A Song Of Friendship 4 Audio 1978 Bronze Records (2)
17 Resolving Contradictions 11 Audio 1978 Bronze Records (2)


Saxophonist, oboe player, widely-respected film and television composer, and founder member of Roxy Music, was born in Lostwithiel, Cornwall but grew up in Pimlico in central London.

At college Andy became deeply involved with avant-garde and electronic music, particularly the work of John Cage, Morton Feldman and Karl Heinz Stockhausen. It was at this time that he met Brian Eno, an art student at nearby Winchester College of Art. A well known career in Roxy Music ensued.

Early in 1992, following the sudden death of his wife, Andy suspended most musical activity to bring up his children, but resumed musical activities in 1993.


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