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Dick Bros Record Company

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Dick Bros Record Company
File:Dick Bros.jpg
GenreProgressive rock
Pop rock
Country of originUK United Kingdom
LocationScotland Scotland
Official website

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The Dick Brothers Record Company (1993 to 1998) was an independent record label formed by the singer Fish based in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland. It predominantly released material by Fish, including 'official bootleg' live albums. Although they were plans to include other artists, only two full non-Fish albums ever appeared on the label: In Amber by Dream Disciples (1994) and Man Dancin by Tam White (1996). In addition, the first Dick Bros. ever released was a compilation showcasing artists that had recorded at the studio "Funny Farm Residential Recording Studios" that Fish was running at the time. Entitled The Funny Farm Project - Outpatients '93, it was intended as the start of a regular series, but only one was ever published. Apart from two cover versions and one original unreleased song by Fish, it included two tracks by Dream Disciples, two by Joyriders and one each by One Eternal, Avalon and Guaranteed Pure. The latter were notable due to their singer Ray Wilson who went on to become a member of Stiltskin and Genesis.

After Dick Bros. closed, Fish recorded with Roadrunner Records and Snapper Music, before launching a new label, Chocolate Frog Records Company.


  • DDick1 Various Artists The Funny Farm Project - Outpatients '93 (1993)
  • DDick2 Fish Sushi (1993)
  • DDick3 Fish Lady Let it Lie (1994)
  • DDick4 Fish Suits (1994)
  • DDick5 Fish No Dummy (unreleased) (1994)
  • DDick6 Fish Acoustic Sessions (1994)
  • DDick7 Dream Disciples In Amber
  • DDick8 Fish Fortunes of War (1994)
  • DDick9 Fish Emperors Song (1994)
  • DDick10 Dream Disciples In Amber (1994)
  • DDick11 Fish Yin (1995)
  • DDick12 Fish Yang (1995)
  • DDick13 Fish Yin and Yang Radio Edits (1995)
  • DDick14 Fish ft Sam Brown Just Good Friends (1995)
  • DDick15 Fish Funny Farm Interview (1995)
  • DDick16 Fish Pigpen's Birthday (re-release) (1996)
  • DDick17 Fish Uncle Fish and the Crypt Creepers (re-release) (1996)
  • DDick18 Fish Fish Head Curry(1996)
  • DDick19 Fish Krakow (1996)
  • DDick20 Fish Krakow Radio Edits (1996)
  • DDick21 Fish Krakow Electric Set (Video) (1996)
  • DDick22 Fish Krakow Acoustic Set (Video) (1996)
  • DDick23 Tam White Man Dancin' (1996)
  • DDick24 Fish Brother 52 (1997)
  • DDick25 Fish Sunsets on Empire (1997)
  • DDick26 Fish Sunsets on Empire 2CD Digipak (1997)
  • DDick27 Fish Change of Heart (1997)
  • DDick28 Fish Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors (Remastered) (1998)
  • DDick29 Fish Tales from the Big Bus (1998)
  • DDick30 Fish Fortunes of War (1998)

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