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Nicholas Drain "Nick" Lowe (born 24 March 1949), is an English singer-songwriter, musician and producer.

Career history

Songwriter

Lowe’s best-known songs include his own hits:

He also wrote songs most famous for their cover versions:

Some songs were written or co-written for albums he produced:

Lowe also wrote a number of songs with clever wordplay that qualify as “novelties”, among them:

  • “Bay City Rollers We Love You” - recorded as “Terry Modern” of “The Tartan Horde”
  • “I Love my Label” - paean to the United Artists label - released on Stiff Records
  • All Men Are Liars
  • “Half a Boy and Half a Man”




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