Pedal steel guitar.
Member of Pure Prairie League, 1972-78.
Guitar, saxaphone, vocals.
Member of Huey Lewis And The News, 1980.
Guitar, synthesiser, vocals.
Member of Blue Goose, 1975.
Member of Tom Newman's band, 1975.
Session for Ron Davies, 1970.
CALLENDER, GEORGE "RED".
Acoustic bass, bass, horns, tuba.
Sessions for B.B. King, 1972; Martin Mull, 1973; Ry Cooder, 1974; Donovan, 1974 Gene
Parsons, 1974; James Taylor, 1976; Greg Allman, 1977; Rickie Lee Jones, 1979.
Member of The Drones, 1977.
Real name of Luke warm.
Member of The Rezillos, 1976-79, 1994; Shake, 1979; Boots For Dancing, 1980.
Member of Colon, 1990.
Bass, accordion, vocals.
Member of Le Rue, 1987.
Member of No Slack, 1978.
Member of the Aztecs, 1978.
Sessions for Mike Harrison, 1972; Barry Goldberg, 1974; Bob Seger, 1975; Greg Allman,
Member of The Bears; Tea Set, 1979; The Remaynes, 1986.
CALMESE, CHARLES "CHARLIE".
Member of The James Cotton Blues Band, 1974; Muddy Waters band, 1977.
Sessions for Steve Miller, 1977; Johnny Winter, 1977-78.
Member of Cheap 'N' Nasty, 1990.
Member of Hotel, 1979.
Session for Danny Kirwan, 1979.
CALVERT, BERNARD "BERNIE".
Born 16th September 1942 in Burnley.
Member of Guystones; the Hollies, 1963-.
Session for Ringo Starr, 1973.
Session for Pete Atkin, 1971.
Member of Mike Cooper's band, 1968-68; Heron, 1972.
Session for Ian A. Anderson.
Member of The Birthday Party, 1980; Psychedelic Furs, 1981-84; Crime & The City
Born South Africa, 1945. Died 14th August 1988.
Member of Hawkwind, 1971-73, 1975-77; The Hawklords, 1978.
Session for Nektar, 1973.
Calvert joined Hawkwind in 1970 as their resident poet. His position with the band was
never permanent and he worked on a variety of projects with others. He recorded two
cult albums during the seventies, "Captain Lockheed and The Starfighters" and "Lucky Leif
and The Longships".
During the eighties he turned more to literature, releasing a novel, "Hype" in 1980 and
a play, "The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice" in 1986. In the summer of 1988,
he was once again touring with The Starfighters when he died of a massive heart attack
Member of Tortoise Corpse, 1990.
Member of Ruben and the Jets, 1973.
Session for Frank Zappa, 1974.
Peter Bardens - keyboards, mellotron, synthesisers, vocals; Doug Fergusson - bass;
Andy Latimer - flute, guitar, vocals; Andy Ward - drums.
Ferguson, Latimer and Ward had been together since 1968, first as Brew and then as
Philip Goodhand-Tait's backing band. Bardens joined them in 1972 and they carried
his name for the first album before settling for just Camel. They found their niche
with "The Snow Goose", a mainly instrumental concept album based on Paul Gallico's
novel. Gallico, it seemed, was unhappy that his book should have been used as
inspiration and raised a legal action against the band claiming breach of copyright.
The album did penetrate the charts on both sides of the Atlantic but many people saw
it as the peak of the band's career. A series of well crafted but uninspiring albums
trailed along until the band ran out of steam in the early 1980s and faded into