Adrian Gurvitz is an English singer, musician and songwriter. Gurvitz is mostly known for the 1982 worldwide hit ballad "Classic". This is in total contrast to his first chart success in 1968, as the lead guitarist/singer with the band, The Gun. The Gun's only UK Singles Chart success was "Race With The Devil". A song that was revived in the early 80s by a cover version from female hard rock band, Girlschool. Although billed as a "psychedelic/crossover" band, "Race With The Devil" saw The Gun succeed with an experiment based on a mixture of orchestration and hard rock. Gurvitz was also the lead guitarist in the band Three Man Army, (together with his brother Paul Gurvitz). Their album, Third Of A Lifetime (1971), predominantly featured a selection of hard-driven blues tracks such as "Butter Queen", but also featured the melodic instrumental title track. Adrian Gurvitz also recorded on a 1973 album with Buddy Miles. After Three Man Army split, the Gurvitz brothers teamed up with Ginger Baker to form The Baker Gurvitz Army. They released the albums Baker Gurvitz Army (1974), Elysian Encounter (1975) and Hearts on Fire (1976), on which they added vocalist Snips from the band Sharks. After this they joined with Graeme Edge for two albums for Threshold - Kick Off Your Muddy Boots (1975) and Paradise Ballroom (1977).
01 - No Fears In The Night 02 - Living Ain't Easy Without You 03 - Hello New York 04 - Your Dream 05 - Classic 06 - Breakdown 07 - No-One Can Take Your Place 08 - End The Story