Member of Gerry Levene And The Avengers, 1963-64; Denny Laine & The Diplomats, 1964.
Dave Bitelli - cello, flute, percussion, saxaphone, vocals; Bosco - percussion,
vocals; Kim Burton - piano, percussion; Paul D'Oliveira - percussion, trumpet,
vocals; Simon Edwards - bass, percussion, vocals; Dave Patiman - percussion;
Roberto Pla - percussion; Paul Spong - percussion, trumpet; Peter Thomas - percussion,
OOBLEE DOOBLEE BAND.
Line-up 1 (April 1972 - March 1973):
John Dummer - drums; Dave Kelly - guitar, vocals; Adrian Petryga - guitar;
Thumper Thompson - bass.
Line-up 2 (1973 - 1974):
Colin Earl - piano; Pete Emery - guitar; Dave Kelly - guitar, vocals; Pete
Richardson - drums; Thumper Thompson - bass.
Tom Docherty - bass; Simon King - drums; Lemmy - guitar, vocals; Ray Major -
Sessions for Roy Buchanan, 1976; John Lennon, 1980.
Julian Brogi - drums, percussion; Donald Jones - guitar; Parker Mullis - guitar,
harmonica, vocals; Ross Westcott - bass, organ, vocals.
OPIUM EATERS, THE.
Ian Broudie - bass; Budgie - drums; Paul Rutherford - vocals; Pete Wylie - guitar.
Guitar, keyboards, vocals.
Member of Taos.
Member of Take That, 1990-96.
Member of Zuider Zee, 1975.
Alison pate - saxaphone; Phil Parfitt - saxaphone, vocals.
Edwyn Collins - guitar, vocals; Steve Daly - drums; Malcolm Ross - guitar; David
McClymont - bass.
Jimmy Cauty - electronics; Alex Patterson - electronics.
Known as leading exponents of ambient house music, the specialised in long hypnotic
works. Cauty left to join the KLF, leaving Patterson to use a floating pool of
engineers and musicians. In 1992, The Orb released the world's longest single (39
minutes 58 seconds) which reached the UK top 5. Patterson, using the group name
became one of the most saught after producers and remixers.
Mighty Matt - drums, vocals; Allen Orbit - synthesiser, vocals; Hunty Rage -
guitar, vocals; Jimmy Thunder - guitar, vocals.
Formed in Wisconsin, 1979.
Breck Burns - guitar, vocals; Scott Krueger - bass, vocals; Bob Wren - drums.
Changed their name to The Speeders, possible because of the UK group called Orbits.
Poata Azu - bass; Nicky Scott Francis - saxaphone; Fish - trombone; Folo Graaf -
guitar; Ben Mandelson - guitar; Martin Nimoy - percussion, vocals; Emanuel Odi -
percussion; Kwadwo Oteng - keyboards; Jane Shorter - saxaphone; Isaac Tagoe -
conga, vocals; Nigel Watson - drums.
ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE DARK.
Line-up 1 (1978-79):
Paul Humphreys - keyboards; Andy McCluskey - bass, vocals; Winston - keyboards,
percussion. (Winston was a TEAC four track reel-to-reel tape recorder!
Line-up 2 (1980-):
Malcolm Holmes - keyboards; Dave Hughes - drums, percussion; Paul Humphries -
keyboards; Andy McCluskey - bass, vocals.
ORCHIDS, THE (1980s).
Laurie Bell - drums, percussion, vocals; Jan King - guitar, keyboards, vocals;
Laurie McAllister - bass, vocals; Sunbie Sinn - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Che
Zuro - guitar, keyboards, vocals.
ORCHIDS, THE (1990s).
Matthew Drummond - guitar; James Hackett - guitar, vocals; Chris Quinn - drums;
John Scally - guitar.
Member of Now, 1979.
Member of Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, 1972.
Steve Allen - guitar, piano, vocals; Ian Broudie - guitar; Peter Kircher - drums;
Jonathan Perkins - keyboards; Phil Spalding - bass.
Dave Axford - drums; Richard Elliot - guitar; Paul Ratcliffe - bass; Pete Stevens -
vocals; Dave Turner - guitar.
Member of Vivabeat, 1980.