Al Stewart is a British folk-rock songwriter, who began in the 60's, and has continued to regularly play concerts to this day. He was born in 1945 and raised in Dorset, UK. While still a youth, Stewart shared the same guitar instructor as Robert Fripp, who recalls him as a good player. On Stewart's first single he enlisted, then still largely unknown, guitarist Jimmy Page.
Stewart's first album was Bed-Sitter Images (1967 - CBS), which had songs orchestrated by Alexander Faris. Production duties were held by Roy Guest. His next record was Love Chronicles (1969 - CBS), which is often remembered as the first mainstream record to use the word "fucking"... Read More