Duffy Power

Raymond Leslie Howard

Also known as D. Power, Duffey Power, Jamie Power, Power
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duffy_Power

Discography of Duffy Power:

# Release title Dwnld Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Hell Hound / Hummingbird ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1970-09-18 CBS
2 Duffy Power ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 15 Audio 2007-05-16 Air Mail Archive
3 Where Am I / I Don't Care ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1964-08-21 Parlophone
4 Dream Lover ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1959 Fontana
5 Kissin' Time ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1959 Fontana
6 Innovations ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 14 Audio 1971 Transatlantic Records
7 Innovations ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 14 Audio 1999 Get Back
8 Blues Power ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 20 Audio 1992 See For Miles Records Ltd.
9 Leapers And Sleepers ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 34 Audio 2002 RPM Records (2)
10 Hound Dog / Mary Open The Door ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1970 Philips
11 Alexis Korner - Blues Incorporated ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio Brunswick
12 Hound Dog ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1967 Hansa
13 I Saw Her Standing There / Farewell Baby ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1963-05-03 Parlophone
14 Power House ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 11 Audio 1976 BUK Records
15 Duffy Power ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio 1972 GSF Records
16 Mary Open The Door ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 14 Audio 1986 Rock Machine
17 Duffy Power ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 10 Audio 1973 GSF Records
18 Hey Girl / A Woman Made Trouble ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1963-09-00 Parlophone
19 It Ain't Necessarily So ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1963 Parlophone
20 Innovations ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 14 Audio 1971 Transatlantic Records
21 There's No Living Without Your Lovin' / Love's Gonna Go ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 2 Audio 1965 Jamie
22 Duffy Power ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 14 Audio 2007 RPM Records (2)
23 Hellhound / Hummingbird ↓ mp3 ↓ zip 4 Audio 1970 Epic (2)


Born: 9th September 1941 Fulham, South West London, UK

Died: 19th February 2014

British blue-eyed r&b singer and guitarist. He started his career in the late 1950s playing rock and roll under the wing of [a=Larry Parnes]. His biggest successes came in the 1960 when he moved to r&b and blues. Power also worked as a session musician and played on the soundtrack of the 1969 film, The Italian Job.


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