Simon Le Bon
Simon le bon studio republic 7 inch vinyl record wikipedia 2JPG
record by Simon Le Bon
Country UK Union-jack2
Catalogue no. none
Label Studio Republic
Format 7" vinyl (45 RPM)
Length 4 tracks
Year of production 1971
Genre Church style
Producer(s) Simon Le Bon
Mr. Turvey
record labels
Simon le bon studio republic 7 inch vinyl record wikipediaSimon le bon studio republic 7 inch vinyl record wikipedia 1
Simon Le Bon

"Simon Le Bon" (First Ever Record) is an unreleased Simon Le Bon 7" vinyl single, produced in the UK by Studio Republic during 1971.

About the recordEdit

This is Simon Le Bon's first ever record. The recording features Le Bon, aged 13, performing four tracks with the Church organist in Pinner.

Le Bon joined the local church choir at St Johns in Pinner High Street, Middlesex, and took choir practice under the supervision of Mr Turvey the church organist. He attended the choir twice during the week and twice on Sundays.

This was where Le Bon made, what would later prove to be his first of many records. He was just 13 and a local recording company came along and recorded Le Bon and Mr. Turvey performing church hymns. Unfortunately this recording was never released to the public.

In fact there were just two copies made, one each for Le Bon and Mr. Turvey.

Track listingEdit

No cat. #Edit

Side oneEdit

  1. "O, Taste and See"
  2. "O, For the Wings of a Dove"

Side twoEdit

  1. "Ave Verum"
  2. "He Shall Feed His Flock"


Tom Brown's Schooldays (acetate) >>

See alsoEdit

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.