Original member of the Sir Douglas Quintet, 1965-68.
Sessions for It's a Beautlful Day, 1971; Lamb, 1971; Boz Scaggs, 1971; Malo, 1972;
Cold Blood, 1973; Buddy Miles, 1973; Van Morrison, 1973; Grateful Dead, 1973-74.
AU PAIRS, THE.
Birmingham band, formed 1979.
Lesley Woods - vocals, guitar; Paul Foad - guitar, 1979; Jane Munro - bass, 1979;
Pete Hammond - drums; Jane Morris - percussion, vocals, 1983; Nicholas O'Connor -
keyboards, vocals, 1983; .
Rod Taylor - electric piano; Pete Pickney - guitar, vocals; Allan Christmas - guitar,
vocals; Dave Young - flute, vocals; Graham Hunt - drums.
Member of Small Factory, 1992.
Keith Gemmell - saxophone, clarinet, flute; Howard Werth - guitar, vocals; Trevor
Williams - bass, vocals; Anthony Conner - percussion, vibes; Nick Judd - keyboards.
Album: The House on the Hill, 1971.
Member of Lightning Strikes, 1987.
Born 18th July 1939 in London.
Original founder of the Trinity (1963-), member of Steam Packet (1965) then the
Trinity (again) with Julie Driscoll, 1967-69 (when he was voted "Brightest Hope"
in music by Melody Maker) before realizing his jazz inclinations by forming the
Oblivion Express, 1971-77.
Session for Freddie King, 1974.
BRIAN AUGER'S OBLIVION EXPRESS.
Brian Auger - keyboards, vocals; Barry Dean - bass, vocals, 1971-74; Jim Mullen -
guitar, 1971-73; Robbie Mclntosh - drums, 1971-73; Alex Ligertwood - vocals,
percussion, 1972-present; Lennox Langston - congas, 1973-; Godfrey MacLean - drums,
percussion, 1973; Steve Ferrone - drums, 1973-75; Lenny White - drums, percussion,
1977; Jack Mills - guitar, 1973-; Clive Chaman - bass, 1977.
After a few years of the noticeable absence of his Trinity, Auger reappeared in
California with the Oblivion Express in 1971. His obvious jazz inclinations became
fully realized in his new group which is accepted by both jazz and rock audiences.
Albums: Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, 1971; Second Wind, 1972; A Better Land,
1973; Closer To It, 1973; Straight Ahead, 1974; Live Oblivion, Vol. I, 1974; Live
Oblivion, Vol. 11, 1975; Reinforcements, 1975; Happiness Heartaches, 1977.
BRIAN AUGER'S TRINITY.
Brian Auger - piano; Rick Laird - double bass; Phil Kinorra - drums.
The original Trinity was a jazz based act formed in 1963.
BRIAN AUGER, JULIE DRISCOLL & THE TRINITY.
Brian Auger - piano; Julie Driscoll - vocals; Dave Ambrose - bass; Clive Thacker -
Member of Moonquake, 1975.
Member of Every Mother's Son, 1967-68.
Member of Misty, 1979.
Session for Jonathan Edwards, 1977.
Member of Mom's Apple Pie, 1973.
Member of Papa Face, 1984.
Member of The Politburo, 1987.
Member of Caravan 1972-73.
Session for the Keef Hartley Band, 1971.
Member of Toad The Wet Sprocket, 1980.
Member of Attic.
Member of Stardrive, 1974.
Thomas Danaher - vocals, guitar; Darius LaNoue Davenport - vocals, oboe, keyboards,
drums, trombone, guitar, bass, percusslon; Rick Turner - guitar, banjo; Skip Booge -
The flood of no-talent groups cashing in on the music scene of 1968 often times
obscured the talented groups, Autosalvage was one of the groups to be drowned by the
Album: Autosalvage, 1968.
Keith Falconer - drums; Billy Bowie - bass; Allan Dumbreck - keyboards; Ross Thom -
guitar; Billy Leslie - vocals; Lisa Cameron - vocals; Indira Sharma - vocals.
Tony Naylor - Guitar, vocals; Clive Harrison - bass, vocals; Geoff Cox - drums;
Adrian Campbell - vocals.
Album: Avalanche, i976.
AVERAGE WHITE BAND.
Alan Gorrie - vocals, bass; Hamish Stuart - vocals, guitar, bass; Roger Ball -
keyboards, saxophone; Onnie Mclntyre - vocals, guitar; Malcom Duncan - saxophone;
Robbie Mclntosh - drums, percussion.
Scottish white soul band that rides the crest of the funk
rage that began in 1974.
Albums: Average White Band, 1974; Cut the Cake, 1975; Put It Where You Want It,
1975; Soul Searching, 1976; Average White Band with Ben E. King, 1977.
Member of the Music Explosion, 1967.
Member of Wet Willie since 1974.
Member of First Crow To The Moon (a.k.a The Bootleggers), 1967.
Avick was highly rated by another band member, Chris Stein (later of Blondie) but
died young from leukemia.
Jan Hastie - vocals; Claire Gourlay - vocals; George Glenn - bass; Steve Hastie -
guitar; Kenny Gourlay - drums.
Member of Blood Money, 1987.
Member of Diblo Dibala, 1992.
Barry MacGilty - guitar, vocals; Mark Kingston - bass, vocals; Hywel Jordan - guitar,
vocals; Ed Street - drums.
AVORY, MICHAEL CHARLES "MICK".
Born 15th February 1944 in Hampton Court, Surrey.
Original member of the Kinks, 1964-77,
Member of Original Sinners, 1992.
Member of Transvision Vamp, 1988.
AYERS, DAVID WESLEY.
Member of Candyland, 1991.
Member of Wilde Flowers, 1963-65; Soft Machine, 1966-68; then fronted Kevin Ayers
And The Whole World, 1970-71; Kevin Ayers & Archibald, 1972; Kevin Ayers And Decadence,
1972; Kevin Ayers & 747, 1973; Kevin Ayers & The Soporifics, 1975-75; Kevin Ayers
Sessions with Eno, John Cale, Nico, 1974.
Albums: Bananamour; Confessions of Dr. Dream, 1974; Yes, We Have No Mananas, 1977.
Member of Mariah.
Vocals. Session for Joe Cocker, 1972.
Jimmy Doyle - guitar; Duncan McGuire - bass; Col Loughman - saxophone, flute,
keyboards, vocals; Chris Brown - guitar, vocals; Mark Kennedy - drums, percusslon.
Australia's 1975 entry into the United States' rock markets.
Albums: Big Red Rock, 1975; Beyond, 1976.
Member of Osibisa, 1973-75.
Member of Metal Messiah, 1988.
Orlglnal member of Mahogany Rush, 1964-77.
Member of Papa's New Faith, 1987.
Member of Bloodfire Posse, 1986.
Member of The High Five, 1982.
Member of Caldera, 1976.
Glasgow band, formed 1979.
Roddy Frame - vocals, guitar; Dave Mullholland - drums; Campbell Owens - bass.
AZTEC TWO STEP.
Rex Fowler; Neol Schulman.
Albums: Two's Company, 1976; Aztec Two Step.