Here are 26 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1939:
Michael Moorcock (December 18, 1939 London-) also known as Bill Barclay, Desmond Reid, Edward P. Bradbury, George Collyn, J. R. Taylor, James Colvin, Michael Barrington, Michael John Moorcock, Mike Moorcock, Roger Harris, Warwick Colvin, Jr., William Barclay or Moorcock, Michael is a British author, writer, musician and novelist.
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John Cleese (October 27, 1939 Weston-super-Mare-) also known as John Marwood Cleese, John C. Cleeseberg, Kim Bread, John Cleese Whicker, John Ecles, John Otto Cleese, Nigel Farquhar-Bennett, John Spam John Spam John Spam Cleese, Friend, Spitting Image, Cleesey, Cambridge Circus, Montypython Flyingcircus, Monty Python or The Usual Lot is a British actor, film producer, comedian, screenwriter, voice actor, television producer, writer and film director. He has two children, Cynthia Cleese and Camilla Cleese.
His albums include The Ferret Song / Rhubarb Tart.
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David Frost (April 7, 1939 Tenterden-August 31, 2013 Mediterranean Sea) otherwise known as David Paradine, David Paradine Frost, Sir David Frost, Sir David Paradine Frost, Sir David Paradine Frost, Kt., OBE or Sir David Paradine Frost, OBE Kt was a British journalist, film producer, screenwriter, tv personality, comedian, television producer, actor, writer and television presenter. His children are called Miles Frost, Wilfred Frost and George Frost.
His albums include , , , , , , and .
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Ron Atkinson (March 18, 1939 Liverpool-) also known as Atkinson, Ron is a British journalist.
His albums include It's Christmas - Let's Give Love a Try.
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Brian Auger (July 18, 1939 London-) also known as Auger, Brian or Brian Auger and the Trinity is a British organist, actor, pianist, record producer, film score composer, session musician, keyboard player and music director. He has two children, Savannah Auger and Karma Auger.
Discography: Here and Now, Planet Earth Calling, The Best of Brian Auger, The Mod Years 1965 -1969, This Wheels's on Fire - The Best of Brian Auger With the Trinity Julie Driscoll Oblivion Express, Auger Rhythms: Brian Auger's Musical History, Super Jam, Best Of (disc 2), Access All Areas: Live and Open. Genres related to him: Jazz fusion.
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Art Themen (November 26, 1939 Manchester-) is a British surgeon.
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Hamish Milne (April 27, 1939 Salisbury-) a.k.a. Milne, Hamish is a British pianist.
His most recognized albums: The Romantic Piano Concerto, Volume 23: Holbrooke: Piano Concerto no. 1 "The Song of Gwin ap Nudd" / Wood: Piano Concerto in D minor, , Bach Piano Transcriptions 5 and The Romantic Piano Concerto, Volume 30: Piano Concerto no. 1, op. 4 / Piano Concerto no. 2, op. 38 / Rhapsody on Ukranian Themes, op. 28.
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Danny Thompson (April 4, 1939 Teignmouth-) otherwise known as Thompson, Danny is a British musician, record producer, songwriter, bassist, actor and multi-instrumentalist.
His albums: Industry, Whatever Next, Whatever, Watching the Well, The Brewery Arts Centre Kendal 1986, Songhai 2, Songhai, Singing the Storm, Germany 1986 and Whatever's Best. Genres he performed include Skiffle, Folk rock, Jazz, Rock music, Blues, Volk and Folk music.
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Annette Andre (June 24, 1939 Sydney-) also known as Andre, Annette, Annette Christine Andreallo or Annette André is a British actor. She has one child, Anouska Weingarten.
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Trevor Watts (February 26, 1939 York-) also known as Watts, Trevor is a British , .
His albums: Dynamics of the Impromptu. Genres he performed: Jazz.
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Kate Westbrook (September 18, 1939 Guildford-) is a British singer. She has two children, Clio Barnard and Jason BARNARD.
Her albums: Fine 'n Yellow, London Bridge Is Broken Down, The Serpent Hit and Pierides.
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John Peel (August 30, 1939 Heswall-October 25, 2004 Cusco) also known as John Robert Parker Ravenscroft, Peel, John or John Robert Parker Ravenscroft, OBE was a British presenter, disc jockey, actor, record producer and journalist. He had four children, William Robert Anfield, Alexandra Mary Anfield, Thomas James Dalglish and Florence Victoria Shankly.
Discography: FabricLive 07: John Peel and John Peel Presents Top Gear.
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Samantha Eggar (March 5, 1939 Hampstead-) also known as Victoria Louise Samantha Marie Elizabeth Therese Eggar or Sam is a British actor and voice actor. Her children are called Jenna Stern and Nicolas Stern.
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Ian McKellen (May 25, 1939 Burnley-) also known as Sir Ian McKellan, Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Ian Murray McKellen, Sir Ian Murray McKellen, CH, CBE, Ian Murray McKellen or Sir Ian Murray McKellen, CH, Kt, CBE is a British actor, voice actor, businessperson and screenwriter.
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Elaine Delmar (September 13, 1939 Harpenden-) a.k.a. Delmar, Elaine is a British singer.
Her albums: S' Wonderful.
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Ricky Tomlinson (September 26, 1939 Bispham, Blackpool-) a.k.a. Eric Tomlinson, Rick Tomlinson or Tomlinson, Ricky is a British actor, comedian, political activist and screenwriter.
His albums: Music? My Arse! and Christmas My Arse!.
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Philip Langridge (December 16, 1939 Hawkhurst-March 5, 2010 Guildford) otherwise known as Philip Gordon Langridge was a British singer and violinist. He had four children, Jonathan Langridge, Anita Langridge, Jennifer Langridge and Stephen Langridge.
His albums: Gurrelieder, The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Volume 4: Schubert & His Friends II, Sancta Civitas / Dona nobis pacem, The Tempest, Orchestral Works, Volume 6: A Royal Night of Variety / The Pageant of London / Berceuse / Chant d'espérance / Serenade / Orchestral Songs, , The Orchestral Songs, Volume 1, Gurrelieder, Riders to the Sea / Epithalamion / Merciless Beauty and The English Song Series, Volume 13: Folk Song Arrangements, Volume 2. Genres: Classical music.
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Spencer Davis (July 17, 1939 Swansea-) otherwise known as Spencer David Nelson Davis or Professor is a British multi-instrumentalist and musician.
Discography: Keep On Running, Extremely Live at Birmingham Town Hall, Live Together and Madness. His related genres: Pop music and Beat music.
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Ian Hunter (June 3, 1939 Oswestry-) a.k.a. Hunter, Ian or Ian Hunter Patterson is a British singer, songwriter, musician and singer-songwriter.
His discography includes: Welcome to the Club, Once Bitten Twice Shy, Shades of Ian Hunter, Short Back N' Sides, The Very Best of Ian Hunter, Shrunken Heads, The Journey: A Retrospective of, The Ballad of Ian Hunter and Mott the Hoople, Ian Hunter and You’re Never Alone With a Schizophrenic. Genres related to him: Hard rock, Rock music and Glam rock.
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Denis King (July 25, 1939 Hornchurch-) also known as The King Brothers, Dennis King, Jeremy Paul or King, Denis is a British actor, singer, film score composer and composer.
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Ken Howard (December 26, 1939 Worthing-) also known as Howard Blaikley, Kenneth Charles "Ken" Howard, Kenneth Charles Howard or Ken is a British composer, film score composer, television director, lyricist and author.
Genres: Classical music, Pop music and Film score.
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Bobby Harrison (June 22, 1939 West Ham-) a.k.a. Robert Leslie Harrison is a British musician.
Discography: Solid Silver.
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Dusty Springfield (April 16, 1939 West Hampstead-March 2, 1999 Henley-on-Thames) also known as Mary O'Brien, Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien or Springfield, Dusty was a British singer, record producer, music arranger, musician and presenter.
Her most recognized albums: Ooooooweeeee!!!, Dusty In Memphis Plus, Ev'rything's Coming Up Dusty, Reputation, Blue for You, Everything's Coming Up Dusty, Dusty: The Very Best of Dusty Springfield, 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Dusty Springfield, Where Am I Going? and Simply... Dusty. Genres she performed: Pop music, Blue-eyed soul, Traditional pop music and Soul music.
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Brian Dawson (August 16, 1939-November 22, 2013 Scunthorpe General Hospital) was a British musician and singer.
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John Walters (July 11, 1939 Long Eaton-July 30, 2001) was a British , .
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Ian McCulloch (November 18, 1939 Glasgow-) is a British actor.
His discography includes: Candleland and Mysterio.
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