Gareth Lowman was a member of the St. Philip's Boys' Choir during the late 1980s and early 1990s and appeared on three of their albums, the second of which he featured quite prominently as a soloist: Sing For Ever (1988), New Day (1990) and Angel Voices (1992).
Gareth Lowman war ein Mitglied des des Chores der Jungen Str. Philips während des späten Jahres und der frühen neunziger Jahre und auf drei ihrer Alben geerschienen, dessen Sekunde er ziemlich vorstehend als soloist kennzeichnete: Singen Sie für überhaupt (1988), neuer Day (1990) und Engel Voices (1992).
Daren Geraghty Libera / Angel VoicesOliver PutlandGareth LowmanAnthony Maher Also (Music Club MC TCX 001, Cassette)
This CD is identical to the original 1992 Angel Voices CD (QTV CD 018) and was re-released on a different record label to coincide with their appearances on the TV series Thora on the Straight and Narrow. This CD does not list the soloists for each track, though most were done by Oliver Putland and Daren Geraghty.
Treble soloists: Oliver Putland with Daren Geraghty, Anthony Maher, Matthew Ottley and Gareth Lowman.
Daren Geraghty Libera / Angel VoicesOliver PutlandGareth LowmanAnthony Maher Reissued in 1993 (MCCDX 001) and in 1995 (NTMCD507) as Angel Voices with the same 20 tracks. This recording was released shortly after their 'Titchmarsh on Song' TV appearances. This CD does not list the soloists for each track, though most were done by Oliver Putland and Daren Geraghty. Treble soloists: Oliver Putland with Daren Geraghty, Anthony Maher, Matthew Ottley, Gareth Lowman.
Libera / Angel VoicesGareth Lowman In 1990 Angel Voices released this Christmas single with Blackadder star and Time Team presenter Tony Robinson. This was co-written by the choirmaster Robert Prizeman and Mik Parker.
The LP cover reads "In the course of one week recently, the boys of St. Philip's Choir appeared on "Top of the Pops", sang a Mozart at Chichester Cathedral and recorded backing vocals for a film soundtrack. It wasn't a typical week, but the span of a musical style and presentation was quite familiar. With the serenity of songs like "Sing For Ever" and "Deep Peace" the calm of hymns like "The Lord's My Shepherd", and the catchy rhythms and sheer joy of "San Damiano" and "Light the Candles", the choir has won a name for itself on a variety of TV programmes from "Wogan" to "Val Doonican Show", from "Blue Peter" to the "Rock Gospel Show". The Boys - who come from schools in Croydon - sing the regular services at St. Philip's church, Norbury. They range in age from 8 to 13 though many stay on when their voices change to sing with the men's section of the choir. With the choir's mix of traditional and popular, new boys in the choir have to show that they can cope with basic dance steps, as well as sit perfectly still for a 15 minute sermon!"