Budd Beadle - saxaphone; Little Stevie Bee - rapper; Damon Butcher - keyboards; Paul K.
Edgley - bass, guitar; Pretty Boy Gee - rapper; Erica Harrold - backing vocals; Ricky
Rennalls - keyboards.
Member of The Leather Nun, 1986.
Member of Wax, 1980.
Member of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, 1968; Siren, 1971.
Member of Sofa Head, 1990.
Pete Devine - guitar; Ian Wilky - percussion; Andy Williams - drums; Ian Williams -
bass; Ian Wilson - guitar, vocals.
Member of Freeze, 1980.
Colin Bass - bass, vocals; Jim Cuomo - saxaphone; Barry Ford - drums, vocals; Ernie
Graham - guitar, vocals; Gaspar Lawal - percussion, vocals; Dave Skinner - keyboards,
vocals; Dave Vasco - guitar, vocals.
Formed in Dublin, 1976.
Ciaran O'Brennan - bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals; Enya Brennan - piano, vocals;
Maire Brennan - harp, vocals; Pol Brennan - flute, guitar, percussion, vocals; Noel
Duggan - guitar, vocals; Padraig Duggan - guitar, mandolin, vocals; John Wadham -
Clannad is Irish Gaelic for family and that is exactly what this band was. The
children of Irish band leader Lee Brennan had a successful career in Ireland before
signing a worldwide deal with RCA in 1982.
Member of Duane Eddy's Rebels, 1961.
Member of Waves, 1977.
Member of Kingtrigger, 1982.
Born Eric Clapp, 30th March 1945 in Ripley, Surrey.
Member of The Roosters; Casey Jones & The Engineers; The Yardbirds; John Mayall's
Bluesbreakers, 1965-66; Powerhouse, 1966; Cream, 1966-69; Blind Faith, 1969; Derek
And The Dominoes, 1970-73.
Sessions for Otis Span, 1964; Champion Jack Dupree, 1966; The Mothers of Invention,
1967; The Beatles, 1968; Aretha Franklin, 1968; George Harrison, 1968, 1970, 1971,
1978, 1987; Jackie Lomax, 1969; Plastic Ono Band, 1969; Billy Preston, 1969, 1970;
Martha Velez, 1969; Johnathan Kelly, 1970; Shawn Phillips, 1970; Leon Russell, 1970;
Vivian Stanshall, 1970; Steven Stills, 1970, 1971; Doris Troy, 1970; Ashton , Gardner
& Dyke, 1971; The Crickets, 1971; Howlin' Wolf, 1971; Bobby Keys, 1972; Freddie King,
1974; Bob Dylan, 1975, 1987, 1988; Arthur Louis, 1975, 1978, 1981; The Band, 1976;
Joe Cocker, 1976; Kinky Friedman, 1976; Ringo Starr, 1976, 1983; Stephen Bishop,
1976, 1980, 1989; Rough Mix, 1977; Rick Danko, 1977; Corky Laing, 1977; Ronnie Lane
& Pete Townshend, 1977; White Mansions, 1978; The Who, 1978; Marc Benno, 1979; Alexis
Korner, 1979; Ronnie Lane, 1980; Gary Brooker, 1981, 1982, 1985; Phil Collins, 1981,
1989; John Martyn, 1981; Corey Hart, 1984; Christine McVie, 1984; Roger Waters, 1984;
Chuck Berry, 1986-87; Leona Boyd, 1986; Paul Brady, 1986; Bob Geldof, 1986; Lionel
Richie, 1986; John Astley, 1987; Sting, 1987; Tina Turner, 1987; Buckwheat Zydeco,
1988; The Bunburys, 1988; Jim Capaldi, 1988; Carole King, 1988; Jack Bruce, 1989;
Brendan Croker, 1989; Cyndi Lauper, 1989; Zucchero, 1989; Michael Kamen, 1990; The
Rolling Stones, 1990; Lamont Dozier, 1991; Buddy Guy, 1991; Elton John, 1991, 1992;
Johnnie Johnson, 1991; Richie Sambora, 1991; David Sanborn, 1992;
CLARK, A. FLETCHER.
Member of Balcones Fault, 1977.
Member of Upp; Be Bop Delux, 1976; Red Noise, 1979.
Member of the 360s, 1992.
Member of the Arthur Brown Band, 1975.
Member of the Rain, 1991.
Born 15th December 1942 in Tottenham, London.
Member of the Dave Clark Five, 1962-68.
DAVE CLARK 5.
Dave Clark - drums; Lenny Davidson - guitar; Rick Huxley banjo, guitar; Dennis
Payton - clarinet, guitar, harmonica, saxaphone; Mike Smith - piano, vibes, vocals.
Session for Elton John, 1969.
CLARKE, HAROLD "GENE".
Born 17th November 1941 in Tipton, Missouri. Died February 1991.
Guitar, harpsichord, tambourine, vocals.
Member of The Byrds, 1964-66; Dillard And Clark, 1968-70; McGuinn, Clark & Hillman,
Member of Cowboy, 1971-73.
Member of Cressida, 1970; Uriah Heep, 1971-1972.
Sessions for Bill Wyman, 1974, 1976.
Member of the Huw Lloyd Langton Group, 1986.
Member of Bruford, 1979; The Elevators, 1980.
CLARK, JOHN TREVOR.
Sessions for Carla Bley, 1977, 1979.
Member of Definition Of Sound, 1991.
Member of The Monks, 1965-66.
Member of Billy Squier's band, 1981-82.
Member of Johnny Milton And The Condors; The Symbols, 1967.
Member of Suicidal Tendencies, 1988-.
Member of The Cuban Heels, 1981-82.
CLARK, NIGEL (b).
Member of Dodgy, 1990-.
CLARK, NIGEL (d).
Member of Force Fed, 1990.
CLARK, NIGEL (g).
Member of Hue And Cry, 1991.
Born Raymond Clark in Oswaldwhistle
The man who made the snakeskin suit for Marianne Faithfull (which she shared with
Anita Pallenberg), the "dress" that Mick Jagger wore at Hyde Park and many of Mick's
costumes for the tours of the seventies. Designer to the stars, he was one of the
in-crowd when London was the peak of chic. Many of his customers like Bianca Jagger
remained loyal to him throughout his life. She was even said to have had a fitting at
his council flat shortly before his untimely death at the hands of his lover, Diego
Music for his catwalk shows had been provided from the early seventies on by Dave
Gilmour who was never too busy to furnish a soundtrack for Ossie. Gilmour was once a
van driver for Ossie's company, collecting and delivering clothes. After getting the
job with Pink Floyd, the two remained close friends. In 1995, Gilmour appeared as a
character witness for Ossie who was in court charged with a number of minor offences,
including failing to take a breathalyser test and biting a policeman. Without Gilmour's
appearance it seems likely Ossie would have gone to jail.
In 1983 he was declared bankrupt. For the rest of the eighties, ill health dogged him.
A number of serious stomach operations left him drained. In recent years, however, he
seemed to sense the sixties revival that is now with us. He had started to approach
friends looking for finance to re-launch his career. Unfortunately, his genius was
taken from us.