Lord Large

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Lord Large
GenresSoul, R&B, pop
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsPiano
LabelsAcid Jazz Records, 2Bit
Associated actsClem Curtis Dean Parrish, Roy Phillips

Stephen "Lord" Large was a British keyboard-player in the Electric Soft Parade, a band who won a Q Award and a Mercury Music Prize nomination in 2002.

He has since recorded and toured with the following artists: The Ordinary Boys, The Dualers and Squeeze. He played organ on a Graham Coxon album. He has also recorded Glenn Tilbrook and has duetted with Glenn Tilbrook[1] and Jools Holland.[2]

An album by Lord Large, The Lord's First XI, was released that featured Lord Large with some other artists namely Clem Curtis of The Foundations, UK female soul singer Linda Lewis, Dean Parrish and Roy Phillips from The Peddlers.[2] A number of singles were released including "Stuck in a Wind Up" by Lord Large feat Clem Curtis and "Left Right & Centre" by Lord Large feat. Dean Parrish.[3]

He performs regularly with other musicians at the North Pole cocktail bar in Greenwich.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Lord Large feat. Clem Curtis – "Stuck in a Wind Up" / "Move Over Daddy" – AJX 174 S
  • Lord Large feat. Dean Parrish – "Left Right & Centre" / "Sun in the Sands" – AJX185 S[citation needed]
  • Lord Large feat. Clem Curtis – "Stuck in a Wind Up" – AJX 174CDS
  • Lord Large feat. Glenn Tilbrook – "Don't Stick Around Too Long" – AJX 179 CDS
  • Lord Large feat. Dean Parrish – "Left Right & Centre" – AJX185CDS

Albums[edit]

  • Lord Large – The Lord's First Eleven – AJX 182 LP
  • Lord Large – The Lord's First Eleven – AJX 182 CD[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Archived 20 November 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ a b "Radio A Go Go – The Home of Mod Radio UK – Reviews Area – Lord Large – The Lord's First XI". Modradiouk.net. 9 February 2004. Retrieved 2014-06-29.
  3. ^ "Company Financial Loans". Lifeandsoulpromotions.net. 25 June 2014. Retrieved 2014-06-29.
  4. ^ [2] Archived 22 October 2008 at the Wayback Machine.