Ambrose Reynolds

Ambrose Reynolds (born June 12, 1960) (credited also as Ambrose) is an English musician and artist who formed part of the 1970s and 1980s musical scene in Liverpool, playing bass in different bands.

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Ambrose Reynolds - Biography - Early Years
... Reynolds began making music as a chorister at Liverpool Cathedral at the age of 7 ... bands including the infamous Big in Japan with Jayne Casey and Ian Broudie, Reynolds teamed up with David Knopov to put a new band together ... In late 1977, Reynolds and Knopov formed a new band, Ded Byrds, a kind of cabaret punk band featuring Denyse D'arcy (sax vocals), Dave Wibberley (guit ...

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