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Date Posted: Tuesday, February 26, 08:53:15pm
In reply to: Dies at 68 's message, "Andy Anderson, drummer for The Cure (1983-84)" on Tuesday, February 26, 02:30:37pm

Andy Anderson, Drummer for the Cure, Iggy Pop, Dead at 68
Musician revealed terminal cancer diagnosis last week
By Jon Blistein, Rolling Stone
https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/andy-anderson-the-cure-iggy-pop-drummer-dead-at-68-800587/

Andy Anderson, the drummer who enjoyed stints with Iggy Pop and the Cure while assisting an array of artists as a session musician, died Tuesday. He was 68.

Born in the West Ham neighborhood of London in January 1951, Anderson got his start as a professional musician when he teamed up with members of Hawkwind on their various side projects. He contributed to Nik Turner’s Sphynx’s 1978 album Xitintoday – credited as “Android Anderson” – and also played on Steve Hillage’s three LPs, Green, Live Herald and Open. Anderson did play with Hawkwind on their 1983 tour, but he never recorded with them. Instead, he left the group to join Robert Smith and Siouxsie and the Banshees’ 1983 side project, the Glove, which released their first and only album, Blue Sunshine, in 1983.

Anderson joined the Cure in 1983 after original drummer Laurence “Lol” Tolhurst switched to keys. His first contributions were two cuts off the band’s 1983 singles collection, Japanese Whispers, “Speak My Language” and the “The Love Cats” which became the Cure’s first Top 10 hit in the U.K. Anderson also helped Robert Smith and Tolhurst record their 1984 record The Top, and he appeared on their live album, Concert, as well.

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