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