Infobox musical artist
Name = Fair Weather
Background = group_or_band
Hard rock, pop
Years_active = 1970 - 1971
Associated_acts = Amen Corner
Andy Fairweather-Low Blue WeaverDennis Byron Clive Taylor Neil Jones
The band evolved from a split within Amen Corner. While
saxophoneplayers Alan Jones and Mike Smith went on to form Judas Jump, Fairweather-Low led Dennis Byron ( drums), Blue Weaver(organ), Clive Taylor (bass) and Neil Jones ( guitar) into the new band, Fair Weather. The band scored a UK Singles ChartNumber 6 hit with "Natural Sinner"/"Haven't I Tried (To Be A Good Man)" in 1970cite book
title= British Hit Singles & Albums
publisher= Guinness World Records Limited
pages= p. 192
id= ISBN 1-904994-10-5] and recorded one
album, "Beginning From An End". From the latter were drawn three more singles, "Lay It On Me"/"Looking for the Red Label Pt. 2", "Tutti Frutti"/"Road To Freedom" and "Poor Man's Bum A Run"/"Don't Mess With Cupid". None charted and Fair Weather disbanded in 1971.
Fairweather-Low went on to a successful solo career before taking up regular work with
Eric Clapton, George Harrisonand Roger Waters.
Strawbsand became an in-demand session player with Mott the Hoople, Pet Shop Boysand the Bee Gees.
*"Beginning From An End" (1971)
**"God Cried Mother"
**"Don' Mess With Cupid"
**"Dead and Past"
I Hear You Knocking"
**"You Ain't No Friend"
**"Sit and Think"
**"Looking for the Red Label"
**"Poor Man's Bum a Run"
**"Haven't I Tried"
**"Road to Freedom"
**"Lay It on Me"
**"Looking for the Red Label, Pt. 2" [ [http://www.play.com/Music/CD/4-/179560/Beginning-From-An-End/Product.html?ptsl=1&ob=Price&fb=0 Play.com] ]
List of performers on Top of the Pops
* [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:0zfuxqy5ld6e~T1 Album review @ Allmusic.com]
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