Aziz Ibrahim is a British musician. He was born in Longsight, Manchester to Pakistani parents. He is best known for his work as guitarist with Simply Red, The Stone Roses (post-John Squire) and their former vocalist Ian Brown in whose support band he regularly performs — both in the studio and live. He is also a member of the H Band with Marillion\s Steve Hogarth and is involved in the writing of the second H Band album. He has also worked with Asia and contributed to The Players\ debut album Clear the Decks. He currently plays guitar for Bolton four-piece, Our Fold. Ibrahim\s first release was the CD EP \Middle Road\ featuring guest vocals and guitar from Paul Weller. Ibrahim also provided the vocals for Weller\s spoken word song entitled God, on his 2008 album, 22 Dreams. He followed that with his debut album entitled Lahore to Longsight, which he describes as being \Asian Blues\,
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