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Paul Carrack

Paul CarrackBorn: 22-Apr-1951
Birthplace: Sheffield, England

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Musician

Nationality: England
Executive summary: White soul singer

Paul Carrack is a British soul singer whose career began in 1972 with the band Ace (remembered primarily for their popular song How Long, written by Carrack) and has continued through too many different bands and collaborations to fully list. Some highlights include stints (sometimes simultaneously) with the likes of Squeeze, Roxy Music, Mike and the Mechanics, and Roger Waters and the Bleeding Heart Band -- with whom he particpated in the 1990 restaging of The Wall in Berlin. He has also kept an intermittent solo career since 1980.

    Squeeze 1980-81
    Roxy Music
    Mike and the Mechanics (1986-)
    Roger Waters and the Bleeding Heart Band
    The Smiths
    The Pretenders
    Nick Lowe and his Cowboy Outfit

    The Wall: Live in Berlin (1990) · Himself

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