Sessions for Mike Harrison, 1972; Barry Goldberg, 1974; Bob Seger, 1975,
Member of Stanley Steamer, 1973.
Don Felder - guitar; Glenn Frey - guitar, piano, vocals; Don Henley - drums, vocals;
Bernie Leadon - banjo, guitar, vocals, until 1976; Randy Meisner - bass, vocals, until
1977; Joe Walsh - guitar, vocals, 1976; Timothy B. Schmidt - bass, vocals, 1977; Joe
Vitale - keyboards, 1978.
With a pedigree that included The Flying Burrito Brothers, Poco and The Stone
Canyon Band, The Eagles were THE country-rock supergroup. Formed in 1971, they
were quickly signed to Asylum Records. There they were assigned a London based
producer, Glynn Johns who gave their sublime vocal harmonies a tight commercial
By 1976 the band had started to show signs of break-up. Bernie Leadon left to be
replaced by Joe Walsh, who had spent five years trying band and solo projects with
little real success. His single "Rocky Mountain Way" did hit the US top 30 but
should be banished to the cess-pit of history (along with "Frampton Comes Alive") for its
gross abuse of that nasty voice-box effect.
With Hotel California, Walsh's guitar became the over-riding element in what had
previously been an ensemble performance. Soon after its release, Randy Meisner left.
Tensions grew within the band and may have helped give their final studio album,
"The Long Run" some of its edge and acerbic insights.
When they split in 1980, they vowed they would only tour again when Hell froze over.
Unfortunately in 1996, it did.
Member of Savoy Brown, 1968-71; Foghat, 1972.
Made the hit "Remember Then," in 1959.
EARTH BAND, MANFRED MANN'S.
See: Mann, Manfred.
Paul Dillon - drums, guitar, percussion, vocals; David Grisman - mandolin,
piano, saxaphone, vocals; John Nagy - bass, cello; Peter Rowan - guitar,
saxaphone, vocals; Bill Stevenson - keyboards, vibes.
Member of Waves, 1977.
Member of Linn County, 1968-69.
Sessions for Harvey Mandel; Stephen Miller.
Tony Cahill - drums; Dick Diamonde - bass; Harry Vanda - guitar, vocals; Stevie
Wright - vocals; George Young - guitar, vocals.
During 1965 their popularity in Australia was probably greater than The Beatles.
They tried to capitalise on this by moving to England where they quickly had a
massive hit with "Friday On My Mind". That said, they failed to emulate their
Member of Bandit, 1975.
Member of the Eddie Boy Band, l 975.
Member of Waves, 1977.
Member of Love, 1967-69.
Member of Ten Wheel Drive, 1970.
Sessions for Martin Mull, 1972; Gregg Allman.
Session for Bobby Whitlock, 1975.
Gerry Conway - drums; George Hultgreen - guitar, vocals; Trevor Lucas - bass,
vocals; Kerrilee Male - vocals; Michael Rosen - guitar, trumpet, vocals.
Four men, one girl. Two Australians, one Canadian, one Norwegian and one Englishman.
Folk-rock in style, formed in 1968.
Member of the Vibrators, 1977.
EDDIE BOY BAND.
Dennis Ebert - drums, percussion; Mark Goldenberg - guitar, piano, vocals;
Josh Leo - guitar, vocal; Mike Lerner - drums, percussion; John Paruolo -
vocals, keyboard; Tim Walkoe - bass, vocals.
DUANE EDDY AND THE REBELS.
Duane Eddy - guitar; Mike Bermani - drums; Ike Clanton - bass; Steve Douglas -
EDDY, TEDDY JACK.
Real name: Gary Busey.
Drums, guitar, vocals.
Sessions for Leon Russell, 1975-76.
Larry Kiely - bass; Richard Schamach - guitar; Jimmy Sturman - drums.