Member of The Wailing Cocks, 1978.
Member of Isotope, 1974-75.
Member of Spider, 1981.
Member of The Vipers, 1979.
Member of Eugenius, 1992.
Jack Black - drums; Mat Dangerfield - guitar, vocals; Honest John Plain - guitar,
vocals; Kid Reid - vass, vocals; Casino Steel - piano, vocals.
BOYS IN DARKNESS.
Dave Gilhooly - vocals; Colin Laverty - drums; Mike McCann - bass; Dave Milne -
keyboards; Richard Wade - guitar.
Formed in Malden, Mass, 1979.
Joe McCormack - bass; Neal Sugarman - saxophone; John Surette - guitar, vocals;
Robert Weiner - drums.
Paul Davies - guitar, keyboards; Mark Irving - drums, percussion; Jay Manjay - guitar,
See: Burrell, Boz.
Sessions for Frank Zappa, 1975, 1976.
Member of Tank, 1982; Dumpy's Rusty Nuts, 1984.
Member of Tank, 1982.
Member of The High Five, 1982-85.
Member of the Peanut Butter Conspiracy, 1967-68.
Session for Arthur Brown, 1975.
Member of Alexis, 1977.
BRADFIELD, JAMES DEAN.
Member of Manic Street Preachers, 1989-.
Member of XL, 1988.
Member of Beltane Fire, 1985.
Member of the Blue Cats, 1981.
Session for Doug Kershaw; Leon Russell, 1973; J.J. Cale, 1974.
Member of Sophisticated Boom Boom, 1982-83.
Member of Eleven, 1984.
Member of Steamhammer, 1970.
Member of The Undertones, 1978-82.
Member of Roadside Picnic, 1989.
BRADLEY, TOMI LEE.
Member of Cottonwood South.
Member of Supercharge, 1977-77.
Session for Shuggie Otis, 1971.
Member of the Saints, 1977; King, 1978.
Member of The Clouds, 1987.
Member of Pond, 1992.
Member of Swan Arcade, 1973-74.
Member of Swan Arcade, 1973-74.
Member of The Moderates, 1981.
Member of So You Think You're A Cowboy?, 1983.
Irish singer-songwriter shot to the public's attention after a session on The Old
Grey Whistle Test in 1978. Despite the hype, he never lived up to the initial
promise. Attempts have been made to launch him into the mainstream in 1986 and 1991
but he seems well established as a cult in a niche market.
Bob Dylan is said to admire his work and has asked Brady to support him in the past.
Member of Mongrel, 1973.
Born 20th December 1957 in Barking, Essex.
Member of The Pattersons, 1985.
Socialist singer-songwriter that at one time in the 1980s seemed to be the voice
of his country's conscience. His style was a meeting of early Dylan and nihilistic
punk giving his message a clarity and energy that hammered his message home.
[Rockmine Classic EP: Between The Wars, 1986].
Member of Freeze,1981.
Real name Martin Atkins.
Member of Public Image Limited, 1979; Brian Brain, 1980-81.
Formed in Atlanta, 1978.
Keith Christopher - bass; Tom Gray - keyborads, vocals; Rick Price - guitar; Charles
Wolff - drums.
Member of Sherbet, 1976.
Member of Chariot, 1984.
Member of Blue Orchids, 1980-82; The Fall.
Half of Delaney And Bonnie.
Sessions for Dave Mason, 1970; Eric Clapton, 1970; Carly Simon, 1972.
Albums: Sweet Bonnie Bramlett; It's Time, 1974.
Guitar, vocals, producer.
Half of Delaney and Bonnie.
Producer and sessions for Elvin Bishop, 1972; Eric Clapton, 1970; Dave Mason,
1970; Free Creek, 1972; John Hammond, 1972; Jerry Lee Lewis, 1973.
Albums: Mobius Strip, 1973; Some Things Coming.
Piano, saxophone, vibraphone.
Sessions for Greg Allman, 1974; Elvin Bishop, John Hammond, 1975; Hydra, 1974;
Martin Mull, 1974.
Album: Light of the Night, 1976.
Member of The Hoodoo Gurus, 1987.
Real name of Clint eastwood from Clint Eastwood And General Saint.
Member of Julian Cope's band, 1991.
Member of Theoretical Girls; Static, 1979; Glenn Branca, 1980-81.
Formed in Philadelphia, 1980.
Glenn Branca - guitar; Jeffrey Glenn - bass; Lee Ranaldo - guitar; David Rosenbloon;
Stephen Wischerth - drums.
Session for Barry Goldberg, 1974.
Member of the Len Bright Combo, 1986.
BRAND, LAUGHING DOG.
Member of The Men They Couldn't Hang, 1985-90.
Member of the Left Bank, 1967.
Phil Collins - drums, vocals; John Goodsall - guitar; Percy Jones - bass; Robin
Lumley - keyboards; Morris Peat - percussion; Preston Hayman - percussion, 1977.
Albums: Morrocan Roll, 1977; Unorthodox Behavior, 1976; Luesrock, 1977.
Member of Growl, 1974.
Member of Theatre Of Hate, 1980-82; Spear Of Destiny, 1982-85.
Member of the Angels, 1977.
Bass, percussion, vocals.
Member of Deadly Nightshade, 1975.
Member of Katch 22, 1991.
Member of Iron Butterfly, 1967, 69.
Member of The Thompson Twins, 1983.
Session for James Taylor, 1976.
Member of The Russians, 1979.
Formed in East L.A.
Theresa Covarrubias - vocals; Rudy Medina - guitar; Sidney Medina - guitar; Luis
Soto - bass; Robert Soto - drums.
Member of Iron Butterfly, 1968-75.
Member of Backstreet Crawler, 1975-76; Clover, 1977; Crawler, 1977.
Session for John "Rabbit" Bundrick, 1974.
Chad Allen - accordian, guitar, mandolin, piano, vocals; Randy Bachman - vocals,
guitar, bass; Rob Bachman - drums, percussion; C.F. Turner - bass.
After leaving the Guess Who, Randy Bachman organized a group around Chad Allen's
compositions. Public reception was cool, at best. He abandoned the format,
dissolved the group formally to replace Allen and re-organized the group under a
carefulIy-produced hard rock format. The new name became Bachman-Turner Overdrive,
the most successful group from Canada in rock history.
Album: Brave Belt, 1971.
Formed in Denton, Texas, 1979.
Lyle Atkinson - bass; Dave Cameron - drums; Carl Finch - guitar; Tim Walsh - reeds.
Member of High Cotton, 1975.
Sessions with Cyril Davies; Alexis Korner, 1954-61.
Keyboard, percussion, vocals.
Member of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, 1973-75.
Member of Love Affair, 1968-69.
Robin Beanland - keyboards; Barrie Gledden - guitar; Andrew Greaves - bass; Nigel
Harrison - percussion, vocals; David Moore - drums.
Mike Botts - drums, vocals; David Gates - guitar, keyboards, vocals, producer;
James Griffen - bass, vocals; Larry Knechtel - guitar, vocals.
Bliss Blast - bass; Rudy Fontaine - guitar, vocals; Agent Orringer - drums, vocals;
Robert Six - bass.
Member of Syndicate, 1985.
Horns, tenor saxophone.
Sessions for John Lennon, 1973; Lou Reed, 1973; Carly Simon, 1974; Johnny Winter,
1974; Bruce Springsteen, 1975; Roy Buchanan, 1976; Pavlov's Dog, 1976; James
Member of Blood, Sweat And Tears.
Sessions for Full Moon, 1972; Lou Reed, 1973; Johnny Winter, 1973,74; Bruce
Springsteen, 1975; Roy Buchanan, 1976.
Mike Brecker, saxophone; Randy Brecker, trumpet.
Although Randy was a member of Blood Sweat And Tears, he anticipated the need for
a tight "horn section for hire" and created the Brecker Brothers. Their session
history reads like a who's who of seventies rock but includes:
Simon Breed - guitar, vocals; Stephen Hewitt - drums; Andrew Park - bass.
Member of Deke Leonard And Iceberg, 1973-78.
Member of Die Totten Hosen, 1984.
Member of Lulu's backing band, The Luvers; The Walker Brothers touring band; Dave
Signed to Stiff Records in 1981. Although an album was planned, legal problems made
sure it was never released.
BRENDA AND THE BEACH BALLS.
Steve Jeffries - keyboards; Bob Jones - guitar; Brenda Kenny - percussion, vocals;
Freddie Viadukt - bass.
Session for John Lennon, 1971.
Member of The Three Johns, 1982-83.
Member of Talk Talk, 1981.
Member of Energy Orchard, 1989-90.
Member of Johnny Diesel & The Injectors, 1989.