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Who is Alan Mair?
Alan Mair is a musician and producer. He is best known as the bassist from The Only Ones. He co-produced the first two albums The Only Ones and Even Serpents Shine and wrote and sang "My Way Out Of Here" from the 3rd and final Only Ones album Baby's Got a Gun.
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Singer
- member of musical group The Only Ones
- official website: www.alanmair.com
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by Percy Hide Reaney, Richard Middlewood Wilson
Alan Mair 1279 AssNb. Occasionally we may have OFr maire 'mayor', but the ...
by Colin Larkin
Alan Mair (bass) and Mike Kellie (b. 24 March 1947, Birmingham, England; drums). Although touted as a new wave group, the unit included several old lags; Mair ...
1974-1982 by Nicholas Rombes
and bassist Alan Mair, from Glasgow, had been in the Beatstalkers. Mike Kellie was in Spooky Tooth, while John Perry played in the Rats.
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