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Andrew Bodnar
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Background information
Born London, England
Genres Rock, new wave, pub rock, soul, rhythm and blues
Instruments Bass
Years active 1970s–present
Associated acts The Rumour
Website grahamparker.net

Andrew Bodnar (born 23rd September 1954) is an English bass player who grew up in Clapham, South London. He is probably best known for his membership with Graham Parker and The Rumour in the late 1970s, for playing the distinctive reggae-flavored bassline on "Watching the Detectives" by Elvis Costello, and for playing on and co-writing “I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass”, by Nick Lowe. He also played with Graham Parker on his solo albums from 1988 through the mid-1990s. Graham Parker and the Rumour reunited in 2011 to record two new albums and tour through to late 2015.[1] Andrew became the Thompson Twins touring bassist throughout the early 1980s.[2], and continued to play live or on recording sessions for many artists, including Angie Bowie, The Pretenders, and Tina Turner.

He played himself in the Judd Apatow film, This Is 40, released in December 2012.[3][4]

Partial discography

Graham Parker and the Rumour

The Rumour

  • Max (1977)
  • Frogs Sprouts Clogs And Krauts (1978)
  • Purity Of Essence (1980)

Graham Parker

Other artists

References

  1. ^ Klein, Joshua (19 Dec 2012). "Graham Parker's Rumour reunion a victory lap". The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 20 Dec 2012.
  2. ^ Bacon, Tony; Moorhouse, Barry (1 June 1995). The Bass Book. Backbeat Books. ISBN 978-0879303686. Retrieved 24 Sep 2014.
  3. ^ Markowitz, Andy (6 Sep 2011). "Graham Parker and the Rumour are back, Judd Apatow's got 'em | The Ask". Musicfilmweb.com. Retrieved 21 Nov 2012.
  4. ^ Cristiano, Nick (27 Nov 2012). "Things just "happen" to rocker Graham Parker: A movie, a reunion". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 20 Dec 2012.


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