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Roddy Lorimer
Background information
Born UK
Occupation Musician
Instruments Trumpet
Associated acts Blur
Suede
Musician

Roddy Lorimer (born May 19, 1953 in Glasgow) is a Scottish trumpet player who performed on Duran Duran's Liberty album, released in 1990.

BiographyEdit

Lorimer studied the trumpet at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. His classical music background can be heard in his work on The Waterboys' single "The Whole of the Moon", the band's greatest commercial success. Lorimer includes another Waterboys recording, an arrangement of the W.B. Yeats poem "The Stolen Child", amongst his top ten favourite recordings of all time.

Among his influences in popular music, Lorimer cites Miles Davis and Chuck Mangione.

He is currently a member of the horn section Kick Horns. Over his career he has performed with Blur, Gene, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Suede and The Waterboys.

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