Tom Burnerk - saxaphone; Joe Chandler - saxaphone; Larry Hayes - guitar; Pat Hayes
- harmonica, vocals; Bruce McCabe - keyboards; Jim Novak - drums; Joe Sheromahn - bass.
Member of Sundance, 1976.
Alan - wind and wit; Virginia Creeper - sound effects; Phil Free - guitar,
vocals; Steve Ignorant - vocals; Eve Libertine - vocals; N.A> Palmer -
guitar; Penny Rimbaud - drums; George Tarbuck - piano; Pete Wright - bass,
Dave Bennett - drums, vocals; Rob Dallaway - guitar, vocals; The Shend -
bass, vocals; Richard Yehudi - saxaphone, until 1980; F-Reg - clarinet,
saxaphone, 1981; Arthur - guitar, vocals, 1982; Baird Smart - clarinet,
Session for Ry Cooder, 1972.
Member of The Trojans, 1987.
Member of Crystal Mansion, 1972.
Sessions and production for B.B. King, 1973-74.
Member of the Catfish Hodge Band, 1979.
Member of Firehose, 1988.
Member of Heavy Metal Thunder, 1988.
Member of Little Big Dig, 1984.
Member of Berlin, 1980.
Member of Wireless, 1979.
Session for Junior Wells.
Tony Braunagle - drums; John "Rabbit" Bundrick - keyboards; Geoff Whitehorn -
guitar; Terry Wilson-Slesser - vocals; Terry Wilson - bass.
Member of Shelleyan Orphan, 1984.
Member of Limousine, 1972; The Faith Band, 1977-79.
Member of Fat And Frantic, 1988.
Member of Trespass, 1980.
Member of The Robert Cray Band, 1980.
ROBERT CRAY BAND, THE.
Richard Cousins - bass; Robert Cray - guitar, vocals; David Olsen - drums; Curtis
Salgado - harmonica, vocals.
CRAYTON, CONNIE CURTIS "PEE WEE".
Born 18th December 1914 in Rockdale, Teaxs. Died 25th June 1985.
Moved to California in 1935 where he became part of the local music scene. Backed
Ivory Joe Hunter on record and tour before forming his own trio in 1945. Cut his first
solo record in 1947.
He became a bg star by way of the package shows of the fifties and sixties, sharing
top billing with artists like Ray Charles. By the late sixties he had all but retired,
working only at weekends. He was enticed back onto the road by Johnny Otis for the
1970 Monterey Jazz Festival and remained a member of his band for some time.
Member of Band Of Thieves, 1976.
John Blanton - cello, harpsichord, keyboards, vocals; Michael Curtis - guitar,
keyboards, vocals; Rick Curtis - banjo, guitar, vocals; Tim Drummond - bass, 1977;
Karl Himmell - drums, 1977; Ben Keith - dobro, guitar, 1977; Greg Leroy - guitar,
vocals; Nils Lofgren - guitar, vocals; Ralph Molina - drums, vocals; Jack Nitesche
- piano, vocals; Frank Sampedro - guitar, 1978; Billy Talbot - bass; George Whitsell
- vocals, guitar, percussion; Danny Whitten - guitar, 1971-72.
They started life as Neil Young's backing band but tried to make it on their own. It
never worked and they sank into obscurity until Young called them back in 1977.
CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN.
Arthur Brown - vocals; Vincent Crane - organ; Sean Nicholas - bass; Drachian Theaker
Ian Anderson - vocals; Kevin Bayliss - guitar; Richard Bell - guitar;
Robert Morris - drums; Alezander Peach - bass.
CREACH, PAPA JOHN.
Born 28th May 1917 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
Signed up by Jefferson Airplane, he played on their albums as well as buiIding his
solo career and accompanying Hot Tuna, 1971-72.
Ginger Baker - drums, vocals; Jack Bruce - bass, harpsichord, vocals; Eric Clapton
- guitar, vocals.
Three legendary figures from the British R&B scene who joined together to form the first
true supergroup in rock. Each member was a soloist, probably the best in the world - and they
knew it. Their often inspired playing was usually the result of each one trying to out-do the
others. They were always doomed to break-up. Their egos and the distinct dislike shown by Ginger
to Jack often resulted in fights in the back of their van en-route to gigs.
The bands career was short lived but made them one of the most famous bands in the world. A fact
that only Eric seems to have overcome. His solo work has developed into a more acceptable mainstream
style while the others have never found their niche.
Jack Bruce in particular, seems dogged by a lack of subsequent success and is often to be found changing
his style or musical direction in an effort to rekindle past glories.
Member of The Lost Toy People, 1988.
Member of Lyin' Rampant, 1985.
Member of Nightstalker, 1992.
Member of Hotel, 1978.
Member of the Coral Reefer Band.
Session for Rita Coolidge, 1972; Tony Joe White, 1971; Geoff Muldaur, 1978.