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Allan Schwartzberg

born on 28/12/1942 in New York City, NY, United States

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Allan Schwartzberg

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Allan Schwartzberg (sometimes misspelled as Alan[1]) (born December 28, 1942 in New York City) is a famous studio musician drummer, most of whose recordings were made in the 1970s.[2] He has played on hits such as Gloria Gaynor's "Never Can Say Goodbye".[3] He has played with Kiss, James Brown and Peter Gabriel as well.[4] He also was the drummer of the band Mountain in 1974.

Partial discography

  • 1974 - Mountain - Twin Peaks
  • 1976 - The Group With No Name - Moon Over Brooklyn
  • 1976 - Alice Cooper - Alice Cooper Goes to Hell - various tracks
  • 1977 - Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel
  • 1977 - Meco - Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk
  • 1977 - Dan Schafer -Baby Now That I've Found You
  • 1978 - Gene Simmons - Gene Simmons
  • 1978 - Peter Criss - Peter Criss
  • 1979 - Tom Verlaine - Tom Verlaine
  • 1980 - Roxy Music - Flesh and Blood - various tracks
  • 1981 - Kiss - Music from "The Elder" - drums on "I"
  • 1983 - Kit Hain - School For Spies
  • 1984 - Roger Daltrey - Parting Should Be Painless
  • 1991 - Julian Lennon - Help Yourself
  • 2002 - Rod Stewart - It Had to Be You: The Great American Songbook

References

  1. Alan Schwartzberg Discography at Discogs. Discogs.com. Archived from the original on 2 June 2010. Retrieved on 2010-06-11.
  2. Allan Schwartzberg: Discography. Stereosociety.com. Retrieved on 2010-12-04.
  3. Allan Schwartzberg's home at the Stereo Society. Stereosociety.com. Retrieved on 2010-12-04.
  4. Vic Firth Artist: ALLAN SCHWARTZBERG. Vicfirth.com. Archived from the original on 25 June 2010. Retrieved on 2010-06-11.

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