Formed in san Francisco, 1975.
Kevin DuBrow - vocals; Drew Forsyth - drums; Kelly garni - bass; Randy Rhoads -
Formed at Dulwich College, London in 1970.
Phil Manzanera - guitar; Dave Garrett - keyboard; Charles Hayward - drums; Bill
McCormick - bass.
Session for Joe Tex.
QUINAIMES BAND, THE.
Richard Grando - saxaphone; Danny Kootch - guitar; David Palmer - vocals; Kenny
Pine - guitar, vocals; Mike Rosa - drums.
Session for Manfred Mann's Chapter 3, 1969.
Member of The Movies, 1977-78.
Member of Freddie & The Dreamers.
Sessions for Graham Bell, 1972; Vivian Stanshall, 1974; Chris Rainbow, 1979.
QUINN, JOHN F.
Member of Transmitters, 1978.
Sessions for Linda Lewis, 1971-72; the posthumous Hendrix album, "Midnight
Lightning," 1975; Dave Matthews, 1976; Grace Jones, 1977; Jimmy McGriff, 1977-78;
Jess Roden - 1977; Cindy Bullens, 1978; Tuff Darts, 1978.
Member of Saxon, 1979-80.
Session for William Truckaway, 1976.
Member of If; Zzebra, 1974-75.
Session for the Fania All Stars, 1976.
Member of Jack Traylor & Steelwind, 1973.
Session for Malo, 1972.
Session for Laso, 1977.
Sambhu Babaji - bass; Maha Dev - guitar; Alan Mostert - guitar; Jake Milton -
drums; Raja Ram - flute, piano, vocals.
Member of Sector 27, 1980.
Member of Charlie, 1976.
Formed in Newcastle, England, 1987.
Guy Bailey - guitar, vocals; Nick "Cozy" Connel - drums; Ginger - guitar; Spike
Gray - guitar, vocals; Chris Johnstone - keyboards; Nigel Mogg - bass, vocals.
Formed by Nigel Mogg (cousin of UFO's Phil Mogg) as The Queerboys, the group
changed their name in 1988 after a few problems with homophobic audiences!
Member of The Bobby Fuller Four.
Member of Steamhammer, 1968-69.
Sessions for Rod Stewart, 1970-71; Ron Wood, 1974.
Cal Batchelor - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Dick Parry - saxaphone, 1971; Tim Renwick -
guitar, steel guitar, Bruce Thomas - bass, until 1975; Willie Wilson - drums;
Pete Wood - keyboards, until 1975.
Member of Hazel O'Connor's band, 1980.