|CATALOGUE NO. AJX146S,
TITLE One By One/After The Party Was Over
The first of Andy’s solo material to get a commercial release. “One By One” is a Hammond organ-powered Northern Soul instrumental, whilst “After The Party Was Over” is a powerful piece of Breakbeat pop.
Never re-issued in this form, this release is now much sought after and sells for around £100 in auction!
|CATALOGUE NO. AJX147S,
TITLE (Love Is) Alive In My Heart
B-Sides The Finchley Stomp / More Formby Than Benson
“Alive In My Heart” features superlative vocals from Keni Burke and has been hailed as a Modern Soul masterpiece. More daft Northern stomping on the flip in the shape of “The Finchley Stomp”. “More Formby Than Benson” is a psychedelic jazzy workout. Original pink vinyl issue sold out in a week. Repressed on black vinyl.
|CATALOGUE NO. AJXCD158,
TITLE Exile On Hammond Street
The title track of this compilation is by Andy Lewis. It’s a remix of a song sung by The Action’s Reg King during sessions for what would become Billion Pound Project. It was probably Andy’s most successful song in terms of radio airplay, but remains unissued on vinyl, more’s the pity.
|CATALOGUE NO. AJX159S,
TITLE Laughter Ever After/Billion Pound Project
A daring re-working of a Bettye Lavette vocal originally recorded by the infamous Ian Levine with a big beat backing Fatboy Slim would be proud of. On the flip, the phat and funky instrumental title track of Andy’s forthcoming album. The first issue was on blue vinyl; heavy demand required a more common black vinyl reprint.
|CATALOGUE NO. AJXLP161,
TITLE Sugar Lumps
The influence of Lewis is all over this successful selection of Psychedelic snarls, and not just via the inclusion of “Heather Lane”, sung by the legendary lead singer of John’s Children, Andy Ellison. Lewis discovered the tape of the Noel Gilpin Emporium recording, and is one of a lucky handful who own an original Granchester Meadow 45!
|CATALOGUE NO. AJX177S,
TITLE See You There/Looking Up, Looking In
A limited edition double A side featuring two tracks from the forthcoming debut album from Andy Lewis. It features vocals from one-time Soul Hooligan Dave Jay on ‘Looking Up, Looking In”, and ex-Supreme Lynda Laurence is the star of “See You There”.
|CATALOGUE NO. AJXLP/CD
160, RELEASED 2005
TITLE Billion Pound Project
Andy's debut album as a solo performer. OUT NOW!!
NO. AJXCD/LP187 RELEASED 2006
TITLE Sugarlumps 2
Andy is responsible for "Disappear Across The Sky", another successful collaboration with Andy Ellison.upreme Lynda Laurence is the star of “See You There”.
|CATALOGUE NO. AJX189T,
TITLE The Andy Lewis Remixed EP
A limited edition 12" featuring remixes of "Looking Up Looking In" by Smoove and the Twisted Tongue All-Stars, Mr Comicstore's remix of "Devastated" and a brand new track sung by Dave Jay called "What Can I Say?" .