Alan Lee Shaw

English guitarist who's career began, after leaving art school, in music projects with Twink (4). He later formed short-lived The Rings (2) with 'Twink' Alder & drummer Rod Latter, before he and Latter created punk band Maniacs (4) with bassist Robert Crash.

In 1977 Shaw created glam-punksters Physicals, who released a single, with Paul Cook on drums. This was followed by stints in Brian James' "Brains" and "The Hellions" (managed by Miles Copeland) from 1980. During 1981, Shaw teamed up in a writing partnership with Kirsty MacColl.

During 1983 there was another brief band, "Hush Hush" with Chris Sol. Then, with Sol, the eponymous band album "Heaven And The Angels" in 1986 and a later shelved UK project with Dee Dee Ramone. Another brief spell with a Brian James band was followed by Shaw joining The Damned in 1993.
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Singles & EPs

Alan Lee Shaw - She Moans / Bolweevil album art Alan Lee Shaw She Moans / Bolweevil (Single) Alaska UK 1974 Sell This Version
NDN 8 Alan Lee Shaw - Right World album art Alan Lee Shaw Right World(7", Single, Ltd) NDN Records NDN 8 US 1995 Sell This Version

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