Sessions for Tom Rapp, 1972; Jackie de Shannon 1972; J.J. Cale, 1974; Doug
Born 3rd September 1944 in Glendale, California.
Member of The Standells, 1963-65; the Walker Brothers, 1966-67; Gary Walker And The
Session for Adrian Gurvitz, 1979.
Member of The Fool, 1968.
Member of The Mark Leeman Five, 1964-65.
MARK LEEMAN FIVE, THE.
Brian Davidson - drums; Terry Goldberg - organ; Dave Hyde - bass; Mark Leeman -
vocals, until 1965; Roger Peacock - vocals, 1965-66; Alan Roskams - guitar.
Well known club band of the mid sixties released one single, 'Portland Town'
produced by Manfredd Mann before tragedt struck. Mark Leeman died in a car crash
in June 1965. Although he was replaced, the group lacked Leeman's spark and
disbanded in 1966.
Member of the Floating Opera, 1974.
Member of Finders Keepers, 1966-68.
Member of Barclay James Harvest.
Member of Terry Reid's band, 1968.
Session for Donovan, 1967.
Member of Heart, 1980.
Member of Normil Hawaiins, 1980.
Percussion, synthesiser, vocals.
Member of The Thompson Twins, 1981.
Session for the Max Damien Band, 1979.
Member of Jan And Lorraine.
Member of Pig Peg Slax, 1984.
Rick Brand - banjo, mandolin; Mike Brown - keyboard; George Cameron - vocal; Tom
Finn - bass; Steve Martin - vocal.
Dennis T. Menass - vocals; Jim - guitar; Pat - drums; Roy - bass; Tom - guitar.
LEFT HANDED MARRIAGE.
Line-up 1 (1967):
Jenny Hill; Bill Richard; Peter Trout; Brian May - guitar, July 1967.
Line-up 2 (1993):
Henry Deval; Terry Goulds; Jenny Hill; Bill Richard.
Student band formed in 1967. Released one of the first privately pressed albums in
the U.K. which was an early attempt at folk-rock fusion. The extent of Brian May's
involvement is unknown. He did not record for the first album but three tracks
featuring his work did show up on an album released by the line-up 2 band in 1993.
John Knapp - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Dave McCarthy - bass; Robin Pizer -
guitar, vocals; Rod Read - guitar, vocals; Moth Smith - drums.
Released one single, 'No-One' on Fontana in 1969 before changing their name to
Formed 1968 in Southend.
Line-up 1 (1968 - March 1969):
Nigel Dunbar - drums; Chris East - guitar, harmonica, vocals; Steve Geere -
bass, vocals; Micky Jupp - guitar, piano, vocals.
Recorded one album, 'Legend' (Bell Records) in a session that lasted only eight
hours. They followed that with one gig at Staines, Middlesex and broke up just
before the album's release.
Line-up 2 (April 1969 - mid 1971):
John Bobin - bass; Bill Fifield - drums, until mid 1971; Micky Jupp - guitar,
piano, vocals; Mo Whitham - guitar.
This line-up also released an album called 'Legend' (on Vertigo) produced by Tony
Visconti. After Fifield left, he was replaced by Bob Clouter, who in turn gave
way to Barney James. With Clouter, the band recorded another album, 'Moonshine' and
had a hit single in Italy with the track 'Life'. An Italian tour to back up the
single turned into a disaster. The band was ripped off at every turn. Soon after
returning home, Legend broke up for good in 1972.
Eddy Aubert - bass; Pete Haworth; Mike Lezala - vocals; Mike Whitle - drums.
Real name Bill Fifield.
Member of Tyrannosaurus Rex, 1971.
Gordon Leggat - guitar; Hugh Leggat - bass, vocals; Rob Segar - guitar; Phil
Sullivan - keyboards; Danny Taylor - drums.
Member of Private Eye, 1979; Leggat, 1982.
Member of Nucleus, 1967; A Foot In Cold Water; Private Eye, 1979; Leggat, 1982.
Member of Wonderwheel, 1971; Kevin Ayers And Archibald; Kevin Ayers And Decadence,
1973; Kevin Ayers And The Soporifics, 1974.
Session for John Cale, 1974.
Member of Cook Da Books, 1983.
Member of The Rhythm Method, 1985.
Member of Filthkick, 1989.
Michael Diamond - bass; Jeff Poole - drums; Mike Prince - guitar, keyboards,
vocals; Roger Romeo - guitar, vocals; Rick Sanford - flute, vocals.
Member of The Last Ritual, 1969.
Drums, percussion, vocals.
Member of Karthago, 1974.