Brian Alexander Robertson was born 12 September, 1956, in Glasgow, Scotland. He is an award-winning songwriter and actor who also appeared in the pop charts with such songs as Bang Bang and Knocked It Off in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
He wrote songs for other people with equal success, including "Carrie" and "Wired for Sound" for Sir Cliff Richard and "Silent Running" and "The Living Years" for Mike And The Mechanics.
In addition to his successful pop career, Robertson also wrote music for television and screen, including the theme to Saturday Superstore (1982), the soundtrack for Heavenly Pursuits (1985) and songs for The Pirate Movie (1982).
Moira's Hand (1973 - as Brian Alexander Robertson)
All the Thin Men (1976 - as Alexander Robertson)
Bang Bang (1979 - #2, UK Charts)
Knocked it Off (1979 - #8, UK Charts)
Kool in the Kaftan (1980 - #17, UK Charts)
To Be or Not to Be (1980 - #9, UK Charts)
Flight 19 (1980)
Sucker for Your Love (1981)
Hold Me (1981 - duet with Maggie Bell - #11, UK Charts)
We Have a Dream (1982 - as Scottish World Cup Squad - #5, UK Charts)
Ready or Not (1983)
Dot Dot Dot (1983)
Time (1984 - duet with Frida - #45, UK Charts)
Wringing Applause (1973 - as Brian Alexander Robertson)
Shadow of a Thin Man (1976 - as Alexander Robertson)
Initial Success (1980 - #32, UK Album Charts)
Bully for You (1981 - #61, UK Album Charts)
The Platinum Collection (2005)
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