Ian Lloyd | O-de-Po

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by Ian Lloyd

Prog Pop CD from the X-Lead singer of "Stories" ["Brother Louie"] mixes contemporary rock with his sonic vocal sounds you've heard on Foreigner and Yes & more.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Frogpond
0:50 $0.99
2. Wonderful World
3:49 $0.99
3. City of Dreams
3:46 $0.99
4. O-de-Po
3:21 $0.99
5. Side By Side
3:26 $0.99
6. Hi2fly
4:31 $0.99
7. Sintro
0:23 $0.99
8. Rip It Out
3:48 $0.99
9. Heat
4:15 $0.99
10. Brother Louie
3:55 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Ian Lloyd's “O-de-PO”

Ian's long awaited CD “O-de-PO” is finally finished and available to you. It contains a unique blend of styles [including sounds of STORIES/FOREIGNER and YES ]which we refer to as “PROGPOP”. Notable tracks include “Wonderful World”; “City Of Dreams”, a brand new version of "Brother Louie", and title track “O-de-PO”.

Ian Lloyd's Profile

DNA or in the STARS… either way Ian Lloyd was destined to perform! Both his parents were professional musicians. It’s no wonder he was born in Seattle while his mom took time off the road for this event. “My life began ’on the road,’ so it is kind of fitting that I pass it on to my son!” Proud of the fact that his family is comprised of three generations who all performed at Carnegie Hall, he can truly say music is in their ‘blood.’

As a child he sang to Presley, Dion & the Belmonts, and Frankie Avalon & Jackie Wilson. He bought Gene Pitney and Jerry Lee Lewis records and basically just sang to everything he loved. During the 60’s Ian attended college in an upstate New York hamlet, where he played in bands on the weekend, at the same time he was also signed to United Artists and released a few singles for the label. “I grew up loving Rod Stewart & the Faces, Robert Plant, Yes and King Crimson. “The Beatles changed my life. They brought sophistication and a classical aspect to music, which I appreciated having been classically trained on both piano and violin.”

Ian sang lead for Stories, formed with Michael Brown (The Left Banke/”Walk Away Renee”) in the early 70’s. Their first hit was “I’m Coming Home” followed by their number one hit “Brother Louie” and then “Mammy Blue.” With Stories he performed on a number of TV shows including “American Bandstand” and the “Midnight Special.”

When Stories disbanded, Ian pursued a solo career. His well-received albums include his first self-entitled, Goosebumps, (which produced a Top 40 hit “Slip Away” written by Ric Ocasek (The Cars), Third Wave Generation, and Planet X. With a litany of credits to his name, Ian’s career and his indomitable vocal style have firmly established his place in rock history. His distinctive voice has won him international acclaim and fans that continue to adore him.

Lloyd’s vocal credits include singing on hits with a myriad of major recording artists on tracks, which include Foreigner’s “Feels Like The First Time,” “Cold As Ice,” “Waiting For A Girl Like You,” “Juke Box Hero,” and “Double Vision.” He can also be heard on Billy Joel’s “I Go To Extremes,” as well as appearing on CDs by Yes, Peter Frampton, Ian McDonald [of King Crimson/Foreigner fame] and Survivor, to name a few. He has sung on numerous jingles including a recent “Folgers” commercial singing - strangely enough - Foreigner’s “Feels Like The First Time.”

Ian now heads up Machine Dream Records, an online record company he formed to support the music community (www.machinedreamrecords.com). He has also completed a new CD project, “O-de-PO,” which embraces both the spirit of his history with a current tone that remains distinctly Ian. In addition he has also been working in the studio with Social Hero, a new alternative rock band led by his son David Lloyd and has been frequently seen lurking behind the Hero’s amps during live performances. Ian is planning to resume touring and has put together an exciting new hard rock unit, the Ian Lloyd Band … to begin yet another chapter in his music legacy.

Ian Lloyd's Discography


Stories Kama Sutra 1972
About Us Kama Sutra 1973
Traveling Underground Kama Sutra 1973
Best Of... Teldec/Germany 1979

Ian Lloyd's Solo Projects:

Never Been A Man Polydor 1976
Never Been A Man Straud/Germany 1977
Goosebumps Scotti Brothers 1979
Third Wave Civilization Scotti Bros 1980
Fast Forward - Living In Fiction Island 1984
Planet-X MVM [Germany] 1997
O-de-PO Machine Dream Records 2009
Social Hero “The Famous” Machine Dream Records 2009

Additional appearances

Foreigner Foreigner Ist 1977
Foreigner Double Vision 1978
Foreigner Head Games 1979
Foreigner Foreigner 4 1984
Foreigner Inside Information 1987
Foreigner Unusual Heat 1991
Foreigner Very Best And Beyond... 1992
Foreigner Mr. Moonlight 1995
Survivor Too Hot To Sleep 1988
Peter Frampton Art Of Control 1988
Glamour Camp Glamour Camp 1989
Billy Joel Storm Front 1989
Jonathan Elias Requiem For The Americas 1989
Mick Jones Solo Album 1989
Yes Union 1991
Beth Nielsen Chapman You Hold The Key 1993
Ian McDonald Driver’s Eyes 1999
Fritz Doddy The Feeling From a far 2004
The Bramblemen Fast Train to Memphis 2008
Rock and Roll Remembers Today is Tomorrow’s Yesterday 2008
Danny Brill Better Late Than Never 2008



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