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Brown quickly earned a reputation for outlandish performances, which included the use of a burning metal helmet, that led to occasional mishaps, such as during an early appearance at the Windsor Festival in 1967, where he wore a colander on his head soaked in methanol. The fuel poured over his head by accident caught fire; a bystander doused the flames by pouring beer on Brown's head, preventing any serious injury. The flaming head then became an Arthur Brown signature. By 1968, the debut album, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic. Produced by the Who's manager Kit Lambert, and executive-produced by Pete Townshend on Track Records, the label begun by Lambert and Chris Stamp, it spun off an equally surprising hit single, "Fire", and contained a version of "I Put a Spell on You" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, a similarly bizarre showman.
In the United Kingdom, it was released as a double A-side with "When You Look Me in the Eyes".
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|Keep It Burnin|
|Keep It Burnin (Dancehall Mix)|
|Keep It Burnin (Version)|
|SAX 028||Dennis Brown / Roger Robin||Dennis Brown / Roger Robin - Keep It Burnin (12")||Saxon Records||SAX 028||UK||1995|
|SAX 028||Dennis Brown / Roger Robin||Dennis Brown / Roger Robin - Keep It Burnin (12")||Saxon Records||SAX 028||US||1995|