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Barry Douglas Lamb
Born in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, Lamb became known in the early 1980s as frontman to the rock band the insane picnic who were among the pioneers of the diy cassette culture in the UK. During this time he was also involved in the development of the Falling A record label. In the 1990's his focus switched from music to writing and during that time he wrote a number of books that were published privately.
Towards the end of the 1990s he became a controversial Christian preacher for the International Church of Christ (ICOC ) in London, England.
- The wisdom of the Gods and the creation experience (1986)
- The seven secrets of success (also published as a spoken word audio cassette(1990)
- Stay in touch with yourself(1992)
- Keep taking the tablets (1993)
- "The spirit is thrilling but the church is weak" an examination of Christian charismatic practices (1997)
Also contibuted to
- "A heart to teach" (DPI Books, Boston, Mass) (1998)
Known solo musical works
"Dusk" (1979) "Keys" (1980) "Untitled" (1981) "Songs in the key of death" (1982)
Other musical contributions
"Show me a sane man" by Omming for Woks (sleeve credit) "Pale Saint" by WMTID (co writing credit and vocal narrative appearance) "You're lost little girl" by The Acid Slothe (Vocal performance) "The concubine harvester" by Braintree (Vocals & various instruments)
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