Terry Allen - piano, vocals; Bryn Burrows - drums, vocals; Pete Dennis - bass,
vocals; B.J. Cole - pedal steel; Barry Martin - guitar, vocals.
ALLEN, VERDEN "PHALLY".
Original member of Mott the Hoople, 1969-73.
Member of Kick Partners, 1983.
Keyboards, harmonica, percussion, vocals.
Member of Forest, 1969-70.
Sessions for Dreams, 1970; Lonnie Liston Smith, 1975; Tom Paxton, 1977.
Guitar, keyboards, vocals.
Member of Interview, 1979.
ALLEY, F. KIRK.
Member of Dirty White Boy, 1990.
Member of The Mangrove Steel Band, 1987.
Roland Bendi - percussion; Robbie Bindels - drums; Christian Debusscher - guitar;
Paul Delnoy - bass; Nico Fransolet - guitar; Sarah Osborne - vocals.
Session for J.J. Cale, 1973.
Original member of the Crickets.
Sessions for Johnny Rivers, 1964; Eric Clapton, 1970.
Bass, guitar, vocals.
Member of Tommy Roe's band.
Sessions for Johnny Rivers, 1964; Paul Revere & The Raiders, 1969; Nilsson, 1976;
Ronnie Hawkins, 1979.
Sessions for Sunnyland Slim, 1968; Johnny Shines, 1969; Shakey Jake Harris, 1969.
Session for Nilsson, 1976.
Session for Buddy Guy, 1980.
Session for Ronnie Hawkins, 1979.
Member of The Dells.
Cher married Greg Allman - but not for long!.
ALLMAN, DUANE 'SKYDOG'.
Born 20th November 1946 in Nashville, Tennessee. Died 29th October 1971.
Guitar, slide guitar, dobro.
With brother Gregg, a founder of the AlIman Joys, Hourglass, 1963, and the AlIman
Brothers Band, which became the "Macon, Georgia sound" of Capricorn records. A guitar
legend in his own time, Allman was probably the greatest slide player in rock.
Died in a motorcycle accident in Macon, Georgia.
Sessions for Wilson Pickett, 1963-69; Clarence Carter, 1967; Aretha Franklin, 1969-
70; Arthur Conley, 1969; King Curtis, 1969; Barry Goldberg Reunion, 1969; John
Hammond, 1969; Otis Rush, 1969; Boz Scaggs, 1969; Delaney and Bonnie, 1970-71;
Eric Clapton, 1970; Derek and the Dominoes, 1970; Johnny Jenkins, 1970; Lulu, 1970;
Cowboy, 1971; Ronnie Hawkins, 1971; Herbie Mann, 1971; Sam Samudio, 1971.
Born 8th December 1947 in Nashville, Tennessee.
With brother Duane, he co-founded the AlIman Joys, Hourglass,1968, and the Allman
Brothers Band. Since his brothers death in 1971, he emerged from Duane's shadow
to lead the band to critical and commercial success.
Formed the Gregg AlIman Band, 1977.
Sessions for the Nitty Gritty Dirt band; Bonnie Bramlett, 1976.
Albums: Laid Back, 1973; Gregg AlIman Tour, 1974. With wife Cher, he recorded Two
The Hard Way, 1977.
ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND.
Duane Allman - slide guitar (until 1971); Gregg Allman - keyboards, vocals, guitar;
Richard Betts - guitar; Berry Oakley - bass, until 1972; Jaimoe (Jai Johnny
Johnson) - drums, percussion; Butch Trucks - drums, percussion, Chuck Leavell -
keyboards (1973-76); Lamar Williams - bass, 1972-76.
Albums: The AlIman 8rothers Band; IdlewiId South; Beginnings, 1973; The Allman
Brothers at Fillmore East, 1971; Eat A Peach, 1972; Brothers and Sisters, 1973;
Win, Lose or Draw, 1973; Check The Oil, Wipe The Windows, Dollar Gas, 1976.
ALLMAN JOYS, THE.
Duane Allman - guitar, vocals; Gregg AlIman - keyboards, vocals; Ralph Ballinger
- drums; Jack Jackson - guitar; Ronnie Wilkins - piano.
GREGG ALLMAN BAND.
Gregg AlIman - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Bill Stewart - drums; Neil Larsen -
keyboards, synthesizer: Ricky Hirsch - guitar; Steve Beckmeier - guitar; John
Hug - guitar; Willie Weeks - bass.
Album: Playin Up A Storm.
Session for the Keef Hartley Band, 1971.
Session for Son Seals, 1977.
Session for Dave Cousins, 1972.
Session for Steve Miller, 1977.
Member of Mandrill, 1972-.
Sessions for Aretha Franklin; Roberta Flack, 1987.
Member of Rouen, 1985.
Member of Three Dog Night, 1968-76.
Session for Kim Fowley.
Sessions for Doug Kershaw; Leon Russell, 1975.
Member of The Fatima Mansions, 1989-91.
Member of The Fatima Mansions, 1989-91.
Sessions for Dory Previn, 1972; Carly Simon, 1976.
Ricky Warwick - guitar, vocals; Stump Monroe - drums; Floyd London - bass;
Tantrum - guitar.
Guitar, saxophone, vocals.
Member of Reginald, 1971.
Member of Levellers Five, 1990-.
Became well-known on John Mayall's Turning Point (1969) though he had been in the
industry for several years. He joined Jon Mark to form Mark-Almond, 1970-73, 1976.
Sessions for John Mayall Bluebreakers, 1965, 70; Paul Williams, 1967,69; Chicken
Shack, 1968; Fleetwood Mac, 1968; Martha Velez, 1969; Keef Hartley Band, 1971;
Roger Morris, 1972; Ben Sidran, 1972; John Mayall, 1977.
Album: Johnny Almond's Music Machine.
ALMOND, (PETER) MARC.
Born 9th July 1956 in Southport, Lancashire.
Formed the synth-pop duo Soft Cell in Leeds in 1979. A string of hits and cult
classics followed before he split to form Marc and The Mambas. Eventually he moved
to a solo career that lurched between mega-smashes and real turkeys. A duet with Gene
Pitney on "Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart" gave the pair a world-wide number one.
Member of Magma, 1974.
Member of The Leather Nun, 1986.
Session for Rasses, 1980.
Member of Iggy Pop's back-up band, 1977.
Session for David Bowie, 1977 which led to him joining Bowie's band and remaining
as a mainstay for many years.
Sessions for Jimmy Smith, 1964; Edgar Winter, 1970.
David Mansfield; "T-Bone" Henry Burnett; Steven Soles - vocals, guitar, keyboards. Albums: Spark In The Dark, 1977; Alpha Band, 1976.
Michael Mareska - guitar, vocals; Charlie Charriron - bass; Emmanuel Lacordaire -
Session for Joe Cocker, 1972.
Ferdinand Baker - guitar, piano, vocals; Ronald Ottenhogg - saxophone, flute; Dick
Franssen - keyboards; Michael Van Dijk - vocals; Hein Mars - bass; Paul Westrate -
drums, percussion; Job Tarenskeen - drums, percussion, saxophone, vocals.
Album: Nobody Can Wait Forever, 1975.
Member of Glaxo Babies.
Born 1945 in Brooklyn, New York.
Member of The Crystals.
Member of The Shirelles.
Member of The Crystals.
Sessions for The Beach Boys; Mike Love.
Mairead ni Mhaonaigh - violin, vocals; Paul O'Shaughnessy - violin; Mark Kelly -
Frank Kennedy - flute; Ciaran Curran - bouzouki.
Claire Grogan - vocals; Caesar - guitar; Tony McDaid - guitar; Johnny McElhone - bass; Michael "Tich" Anderson - drums.
Member of Shanghai, 1976.
Duo formed in Stafford.
Chris Peat - keyboards; Mark Archer - keyboards.
The two engineers from Blue Chip Studios launched themselves into the forefront of
U.K. techno as Nexus 21. Several releases under that guise were followed by a brief
spell as C&M Connection before debuting as Altern-8.
They adopted chemical warfare suits and cycle masks as stage costumes and hit the
U.K. chart three times in a row with, "Active-8", "E-Vapor-8" and "Hypnotic St8".
In January 1993, during a gig in Detroit, they announced their return to Nexus 21.
They claimed that Altern-8 had been a parody on the state of the music industry and
that their fans had been too stupid to understand.
March 1977 - March 1979.
Mark Perry - guitar, vocals; Dennis Burns - bass; Chris Bennett - drums; Kim Turner - guitar.
ALTHEIMER, JOSHUA "JOSH".
Session with Lonnie Johnson, 1939; Sonny Boy Williamson, 1975.
Member of Van Morrison's band, 1979.
Session for Kevin Ayers, 1975.
Member of John Sebastian's band, 1971, 74, 76; White Horse, 1977.
Sessions for Steven Fromholz, 1969; David Batteau, 1976; Jules & The Polar Bears, 1979.
Member of Fingerprintz, 1979-80.
Member of Toronto, 1980.
Session for Jan and Dean, 1963.
Member of Chick Corea's Return To Forever, 1972; Buddy Guy's band, 1972.
Session for Annete Peacock, 1972.
Sessions for Arthur Adams, 1972; The Beach Boys; The Mothers of Invention, 1972;
Frank Zappa, 1972; Carole King, 1972-73.
Member of the Rockniks, 1977.
Member of Crazy Elephant.
Session for Aplha Ralpha.
Member of Yesterday & Today, 1976-78.
Member of The Blasters, 1985.
Member of The Blasters, 1985.
Member of The Selector, 1979-81.
Member of Mother Love Bone; Pearl Jam 1991-.
AMAO, LOUGHTY ABDUL LASISI.
Saxophone, percussion, vocals.
Nigerian born member of London based "African" band Osibisa, 1971-72; Third
World, 1973; Zzebra, 1974-75.
Session for Juicy Lucy, 1968
Member of Carmen, 1974.
Member of the Diga Rhythm Band, 1976; Rhythm Devils, 1978.
Sessions for the Rowan Brothers, 1976, Grateful Dead, 1978.
Member of Osibisa, 1971 onwards.
Session for The Hollies, 1978.
Sessions for Airto, 1974; George Duke, 1976.
Session for Tommy Graham, 1972.
Session for the Allman Joys, 1973.
Member of Clark Hutchinson, 1970; Upp, 1974.
Session for Tony Bird, 1978.
Mal Dean - trumpet; Rob Spall - violin, accordian; Top Topham - guitar; George
Jensen - bass; Ken Hyder - percussion; Miriam Spall - vocals; Mick Brennan -
AMAZING BLONDEL, THE.
John D. Gladwin - lute; double bass; vocals; Edward Baird - lute, guitar; Terry
Wincott - woodwind, lute, harmonium, pipes, crumhorn.
AMAZING RHYTHM ACES.
Barry Burton - guitar, steel guitar, dobro, mandolin, vocals; Billy Earheart -
keyboards; Butch McDade - drums, percussion, vocals; James Hooker - pTano, vocals;
Russell Smith - guitar, harmonica, vocals.
Albums: Stacked Deck, 1975; Too Stuffed to Jump, 1976.
Ray Cooper - bass; Steve Hains - drums; Bob Keyloch - guitar; Benno Mendelson - fiddle.
Member of Junior Gee And The Capital Boys, 1984.
Session for Frank Zappa & The Mothers.
Charlie Camillari - trumpet; Larry Harlow - keyboards, percussion; Glen John
Miller - trombone; Billy Shay - guitar, harmonica; Jerry Weiss - bass, keyboards.
Drums, keyboards, vocals.
Member of John Spencer's Louts, 1978.
Sessions for Johnny G, 1978,80.
Member of the Tom Robinson Band, 1978.
Ted Nugent - guitar; Steve Farmer - guitar; Dave Palmer - drums; Greg Arama - bass;
Andy Solomon - keyboards; Rusty Day - vocals; Vic Mastrianni - drums, vocals, 1974-75;
Rob Grange - bass, 1974-75; Derek St. Holmes - guitar, 1975; Cliff Davies - drums,
In the Motor City, ask anyone what hard rock is about and they'll say Ted Nugent. Struggling through personnel and label changes, they hit the charts in 1968 with "Journey to the Center of Your Mind", and quickly faded into the background. In 1974,
Nugent re-surfaced with some of the best rock'n'roll of the year. In 1975 he dropped The Amboy Dukes to start a solo career.
Albums: Amboy Dukes; Journey to the Center of Your Mind, 1 968; Tooth, Fang and CIaw,
1974; Call of the Wild, 1975; Journeys and Migrations; Nuggets; Survival of the Fittest; Dr. Slingshot, 1974.
Bass, keyboards, cello.
Member of Pink Industry, 1982-84.
Member of Peter B's Looners, 1966; Shotgun Express, 1966-67; Julie Driscoll, Brian
Auger and the Trinity, 1968-69.