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Friday, 13 August 2010

Tim Renwick (guitar)


BANDS:
BANDPERIODDETAILS
Little Women   
Wages Of Sin [1968] 
Jackie Lomax Band  2 recordings
Junior´s Eyes [1969-Feb 70]2 recordings
David Bowie Band  3 recordings + 1 compilation
Quiver [1970-1973]2 recordings
Sutherland Brothers [1973-1976]6 recordings + 2 compilations
Al Stewart Band [1975]6 recordings + 2 compilations
Jonathan Kelly Band  2 recordings
Procol Harum [Oct 77] 
Lazy Racer  2 recordings
Elton John Band [1980]3 recordings
Mike Oldfield Band [Apr 82-Dec 82]1 recording + 1 compilation
Gary Brooker Band [Feb 83]3 recordings
Roger Waters Band [Jun 84-Jul 84] 
The Tex Maniacs [1984] 
Eric Clapton Band [Mar 85-Nov 85] 
Pink Floyd [Sep 87-Aug 88]4 recordings
Mike + The Mechanics [1989]1 recording + 1 compilation
Pink Floyd (again) [May 89-Jul 89] 
Tribute To John Lennon Band [May 90] (1 gig) 
Pink Floyd (again) [Jun 90] (1 gig) 
Procol Harum (again) [Aug 91-Dec 91] 
David Gilmour Band [Dec 91] 
David Gilmour Band (again) [Oct 92] (1 gig) 
Barry Venn & The Dolphins [1993] 
Pink Floyd (again) [Sep 93] (1 gig) 
Pink Floyd (again) [Mar 94-1994] 
Mike + The Mechanics (again) [1995-1996] 
Paul Carrack Band [Jan 97-1997]4 recordings
Alan Parsons Band [Jun 99] (1 gig) 
Coyotes   
The Bucket Boys [currently]3 recordings
Andy Gibb Band [?]3 recordings + 1 compilation
Robin Gibb Band [?] 
David Gilmour Band [?] 
Murray Head Band [?] 
Nick Heyward Band [?]1 recording
Tom Jones Band [?] 
Gilbert O´Sullivan Band [?]2 recordings
Maggie Reilly Band [?]3 recordings
TV Smith Band [?]5 recordings

BIOGRAPHY:

One of the finest lead guitarists I've ever heard. He can play every style, always with a great taste and distinction. Tim Renwick was born as Timothy John Pearson Renwick in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England on August 7th, 1949. His career has been in close contact with Pink Floyd; the starting point was at school, as Tim was there with Roger Waters and Syd Barrett.

Tim Renwick (circa 1985)



WAGES OF SIN


Tim Renwick joins Wages Of Sin, circa 1968, replacing Ivan Carling:

WAGES OF SIN #?
1968
Colin Freeman
Dino Dines
keyboards
Vic Farrar
Jerry Shirley
drums


JACKIE LOMAX BAND


Tim was a member of Jackie Lomax Band, recording with him the single ´New day / Fall inside your eyes´. But I can´t find the other members. Maybe the same ones that recorded the single? Can someone help, please?


JUNIOR´S EYES


Junior's Eyes: from left to right: John Lodge, John Cambridge, Mick Wayne, Tim Renwick, Graham Kelly


Around 1969, Tim joins this fantastic band as 2nd guitarist to Mick Wayne:

JUNIOR´S EYES #?
1969-Feb 70
Graham Kelly
vocals
Mick Wayne
guitar, vocals
John Lodge
bass
John Cambridge
drums
David Bowie Bandê
David Bowie Bandê
David Bowie Bandê
David Bowie Bandê

A 3rd single was released by the new lineup: ´Star child / Sink or swim´. After that, they embarked in a long tour to promote the album Battersea power station (Tim didn´t appear there, though). But something crossed in their destiny. Producer Tony Visconti asks them to act as backing band for David Bowie. All the band members (except vocalist Graham Kelly) appear in Space Oddity (for those who might not know, John Lodge appears under the nickname Honk).

Their tour was shared with playing as David Bowie's band. They also appeared with him in the BBC sessions for Dave Lee Travis Show in October 20th, 1969. They recorded three tracks with Bowie: ´Let me sleep beside you´, ´Unwashed and somewhat slightly dazed´ and´'Janine´. These tracks have circulated widely on bootleg albums.

This ´dedication´ to Bowie led to internal problems within the band, and they sadly took separate ways. Their last gig was on February 1970 (where they also backed Bowie!). Mick Wayne emigrated to America, to play with Joe Cocker. Meanwhile, Renwick and Cambridge stayed with Bowie under the name The Hype.


DAVID BOWIE BAND (aka THE HYPE)


After the lack of success of Junior's Eyes, part of the band was asked to back David Bowie for live concerts. The first known lineup is:

DAVID BOWIE BAND #?
?
êJunior´s Eyes
êJunior´s Eyes
êJunior´s Eyes
êJunior´s Eyes
David Bowie
vocals
Mick Wayne
guitar, vocals
John Lodge
bass
John Cambridge
drums

They recorded some sessions for the BBC in 1969 under the name David Bowie & Junior's Eyes.

Finally, after many years circulating in numerous bootleg albums, some of the Bowie BBC recordings have been officially released in year 2000. Bowie at the Beeb is a 2CD comprising 37 tracks recorded for the BBC between 1968 and 1972. Magnificent album, it was about time it was available to everybody! We can hear the best Bowie, and Mick Ronson never sounded better to me! The album contains two tracks recorded by Bowie with Junior's Eyes on 20/October/1969: ´Let me sleep beside you´ and ´Janine´ with the lineup shown above.

Other musicians featured in the album: Tony Visconti, Barry Morgan, Alan Hawkshaw, Tony Visconti, Steve Peregrine Took, Mick Ronson, Trevor Bolder, Mick Woodmansey, and the lovely Dana Gillespie, among others. By the way, the first edition of this album includes a 3rd bonus disk with a Bowie live concert from June 2000 (with the great Earl Slick).

This period is quite unclear. Not long ago, it was announced an album with BBC sessions, and there is a track credited to David Bowie & The Hype, recorded in 1970, with this lineup (not including Tim Renwick): David Bowie (vocals, guitar), Mick Ronson (guitar), Tony Visconti (bass), John Cambridge (drums).

Soon later, they turned into The Hype, with John Cambridge suggesting his old bandmate in The Rats, Mick Ronson to join the band.

Now called The Hype, what a killer 3-piece guitar team!

DAVID BOWIE BAND #?
?
David Bowie
vocals
Mick Wayne
guitar, vocals
Mick Ronson
guitar
Tony Visconti
bass
John Cambridge
drums

In just one month, John Cambridge left the band, being replaced by the great one Mick ´Woody´ Woodmansey (another ex-member of The Rats).

DAVID BOWIE BAND #?
?
David Bowie
vocals
Mick Wayne
guitar, vocals
Mick Ronson
guitar
Tony Visconti
bass
Woody Woodmansey
drums

But after a short period, Wayne and Renwick left the band.


LITTLE WOMEN


This little known band had some great musicians that later got fame. Playing, at different times: Rick Wills (bass), Dante Smith (keyboards), Jerry Shirley (drums, later to join Humble Pie), John ´Willie´ Wilson (drums). This was the lineup in December 1970:

LITTLE WOMEN #?
1970
Rick Wills
bass
Dante Smith
keyboards
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums

The lineupr remained together in June 1971.

Any other info about them would be very welcomed!!

Other info on members of Little Women (I know up to 5 members)
Old pages (1): Rick Wills
To be covered (2): Jerry Shirley, John ´Willie´ Wilson
Not enough info (1): Dante Smith


QUIVER


This was around 1970. The band was formed in Ladbroke Grove, London.

QUIVER #1
1970
John Lodge
bass

But Honk (John Lodge) left very soon.

Then, Tim Renwick teamed around 1970 with Canadian guitarist Cal Batchelor, forming the first complete lineup of the band:

QUIVER #2
1970
êCochise
Cal Batchelor
guitar, keyboards, vocals
Bruce Thomas
bass
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums
Sutherland Brothers & Quiverê
Sutherland Brothers & Quiverê
Sutherland Brothers & Quiverê

They were the first group to play at Rainbow Theatre in London (supporting The Who).

Their first album, Quiver, was completed with help from great sax player Dick Parry. A superb album, it contains killer guitar duels (as in the great ´Killer man´), outstanding bass playing, and tight ryhthm on drums. Another great song is ´Reason for staying´. I wonder why this album is not released on CD!!

Their 2nd album is Gone in the morning, as magnificent as the 1st one. The self titled track, ´Gone in the morning´ is a masterpiece, and I also like ´I might stumble´ a lot.

Soon later, the whole band decided merging in late 1973 with Sutherland Brothers, forming Sutherland Brothers & Quiver, but Cal Batchelor decided to leave.


SUTHERLAND BROTHERS & QUIVER


As you can guess, Sutherland Brothers was a duo formed by brothers Iain & Gavin Sutherland. Now merged with Quiver, the new team consisted of:

SUTHERLAND BROTHERS #?
?
êQuiver
êQuiver
êQuiver
Iain Sutherland
vocals, guitar
Gavin Sutherland
vocals, guitar
Bruce Thomas
bass
Peter Wood
keyboards
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums

Their first album as this new unit was Dream kid, produced by Muff Winwood (from Spencer Davis Group fame).

When Bruce Thomas leaves Sutherland Brothers & Quiver, Tex Comer came to play with the band for a while, although he was still a member of Ace:

SUTHERLAND BROTHERS #?
?
Iain Sutherland
vocals, guitar
Gavin Sutherland
vocals, guitar
Peter Wood
keyboards
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums

Sutherland Brothers & Quiver


By the time of their second album, Beat of the street, also produced by Muff Winwood, Gavin handles bass duties:

SUTHERLAND BROTHERS #?
?
Iain Sutherland
vocals, guitar
Gavin Sutherland
vocals, bass
Peter Wood
keyboards
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums

Sutherland Brothers & Quiver


New changes for the third album, Reach for the sky, as Peter Wood leaves the band:

SUTHERLAND BROTHERS #?
?
Iain Sutherland
vocals, guitar
Gavin Sutherland
vocals, bass
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums

Produced by Ron & Howard Albert, it has the guest collaboration of David Gilmour (from Pink Floyd) on steel guitar.

Next album was called Slipstream. It includes the collaboration of Albhy Galuten (keyboards), a name usually associated with Bee Gees. This will lead Tim to several sessions, as we'll read... The album also features Flaco Pedron on percussion.

Tim and John left the band in 1976, after several world tours (one of them supporting Elton John), but they still played in a new album, Down to Earth. Recorded with lots of musicians and friends, we can find here: Tim Renwick (guitar), Mick Grabham (guitar), Ray Flacke (guitar), Andy Pyle (bass), Rick Wills (bass), John 'Rabbit' Bundrick (keyboards), John 'Willie' Wilson (drums), Brian Bennett (percussion, from The Shadows), John Shearer (percussion, later in Byron Band).

After they left, the brothers returned to the name The Sutherland Brothers.

Tim also appears in the compilation Sailing, named after their biggest hit, recorded when they were a duo (prior to join with Quiver).


AL STEWART BAND


This was the great Al Stewart touring band in 1975:

AL STEWART BAND #?
1975
êSutherland Brothers & Quiver
Al Stewart
vocals, guitar
Peter White
keyboards
Peter Wood
keyboards
Sutherland Brothers & Quiverê

Tim Renwick was still a member of Sutherland Brothers & Quiver, but found time to be here.

Two of the major US tours that year were with Linda Ronstadt (the Heart like a wheel tour) and the very first Emmylou Harris & The Hot Band tour.

This was the great Al Stewart touring band in November 1976, with Renwick from Sutherland Brothers & Quiver and both Ford and Elliott from Steve Harley Band:

AL STEWART BAND #?
1976
Al Stewart
vocals, guitar
George Ford
bass
Peter White
keyboards
Peter Wood
keyboards
Stuart Elliott
drums

Tim appears in 6 albums by Al Stewart, but we'll read about that later.


JONATHAN KELLY BAND


Tim Renwick appeared on BBC television´s programme once with Jonathan Kelly. He played 'Down on Me' and another song, and Kelly said something like 'I'd like to thank the Sutherland Brothers and Quiver for lending Tim Renwick for tonight's show´.

Does anybody know the other musicians, please?


PROCOL HARUM


Procol Harum had lost their guitarist, Mick Grabham, in May 1977. That marked the split for the band. But, the band received an award, and they were asked to make a live appearance. So, they needed to find a guitarist for that one-off show. The chosen one was Tim Renwick! This was October 1977. Some old members of the band also joined for an special lineup:

PROCOL HARUM #8
Oct 77
Gary Brooker
vocals, keyboards
Alan Cartwright
bass
Chris Copping
keyboards
B J Wilson
drums
+
Keith Reid
lyrics

They also backed singer Julie Covington there. The award show was broadcasted on TV. Who has a copy?!!


LAZY RACER


Lazy Racer was a studio band, assembled by producer Glyn Johns. He mixed musicians from UK (Renwick, Markee) with American singers and songwriters (Kelly Harland, Bill Lamb, Tim Gorman). The original lineup included drummer Kenny Jones:

LAZY RACER #1
?
Bill Lamb
vocals, guitar
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Dave Markee
bass
Tim Gorman
keyboards, vocals
Kenny Jones
drums

But Jones was soon replaced by Henry Spinetti.

This was the new lineup:

LAZY RACER #2
?
Bill Lamb
vocals, guitar
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Dave Markee
bass
Tim Gorman
keyboards, vocals
Henry Spinetti
drums

They released their first, self-titled, album, Lazy Racer. This is what Billboard magazine said about it in June 1979:

´Lazy Racer is a half-American, half-British band that has the capabilities of featuring four vocalists and four writers. The tempo of the album is low-keyed yet the music is packed full of superior musicianship. Female vocalist Kelly Harland gives an extra dimension to the vocals. The writing throughout the album is superior and the delivery, thanks to the muscle of guitarist Bill Lamb, keyboardists Harland and Tim Gorman, drummer Henry Spinetti, bassist Dave Markee and lead guitarist Tim Renwick brings the package together. Love ballads comprise a good portion of the album with enough doses of rock in between. Best cuts: ´Keep on running away´, ´Every other day´, ´One heartache´.´

This was followed by a second one, Formula II, recorded with the same lineup, plus help from Pat Donaldson, and minus Dave Markee. There was filmed a video promo for one of the songs, ´Heart of hearts´.

After moderate success of both albums, the band finally split, without having played any live gigs.


ELTON JOHN BAND


After appearing as a sessionman in Elton´s A single man, Tim Renwick was asked to play in Elton´s world tour in 1980:

ELTON JOHN BAND #?
1980
Elton John
vocals, keyboards
Richie Zito
guitar
Dee Murray
bass
James Newton Howard
keyboards
Nigel Olsson
drums


MIKE OLDFIELD BAND


This is the personnel for the Mike Oldfield Band in their Five Miles Out Tour from April to July 1982:

MIKE OLDFIELD BAND #?
Apr 82-Jul 82
Mike Oldfield
guitar, bass, keyboards
Maggie Reilly
vocals
Ginny Clee
vocals
Tim Renwick
bass, guitar
Rick Fenn
guitar
Morris Pert
percussion
Pierre Moerlen
percussion

And this is the personnel for the Mike Oldfield Band in their Who´s Next Tour from September to December 1982:

MIKE OLDFIELD BAND #?
Sep 82-Dec 82
Mike Oldfield
guitar, bass, keyboards
Maggie Reilly
vocals
Ginny Clee
vocals
Tim Renwick
bass, guitar
Rick Fenn
guitar
Tim Cross
keyboards
Morris Pert
percussion
Pierre Moerlen
percussion


GARY BROOKER BAND


In February 1983, Gary Brooker was asked to play a live concert for Rockpalast famous TV program, and he assembled a band including Tim Renwick:

GARY BROOKER BAND #1
Feb 83
Gary Brooker
vocals, keyboards
John Giblin
bass
Tim Cross
keyboards
Henry Spinetti
drums


ROGER WATERS BAND


From July 1984, Roger Waters starts his first solo tour with a great all-star lineup, promoting his album The pros and cons of hitch-hiking:

ROGER WATERS BAND #1
Jun 84-Jul 84
Roger Waters
vocals, guitar, bass
Eric Clapton
guitar
Tim Renwick
guitar, bass
Chris Stainton
keyboards, bass
Michael Kamen
keyboards
Mel Collins
sax
Andy Newmark
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Katie Kissoon
backing vocals

Eric Clapton, Tim Renwick and Chris Stainton left the band after the first leg of the tour couple of months later, in August 1984. But they were to play together again very soon...


THE TEX MANIACS


In 1988, Tim Renwick teamed with his mate, the great Andy Roberts, who was leading The Tex Maniacs, a sort of reunion of friends. They didn't had an stable lineup, and musicians came and went depending on availability.

This was the lineup in December 1984:

THE TEX MANIACS #?
Dec 1984
Andy Roberts
vocals, guitar
B J Cole
steel guitar
Paul Riley
bass
Al Stewart
sax
Howard Tibble
drums

They were sometimes joined by mate Melanie Harrold on vocals.

Other musicians that played in the band are: Ian Campbell (bass) or Bob Loveday (violin).

For a while, they were joined by Mike Berry, the legendary singer from the 60s. But, after some months, everyone came back to other commitments, and the band never rejoined again, as far as I know.


ERIC CLAPTON BAND


But, after a while, Tim Renwick joins as second guitarist:

ERIC CLAPTON BAND #?
1984-1985
Eric Clapton
vocals, guitar
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Jamie Oldaker
drums
Shaun Murphy
backing vocals
Marcy Levy
backing vocals

A great lineup. I remember I saw a concert on TV, back in 1985, and I was captivated by what I saw. Not only by Eric, but also by Tim. This was the 1st time I saw Tim ´in action´. They played great guitar duets. The video was officially released as Live 1985.

In July 1985, Eric and his band play in the Live Aid macrofestival, augmented by drummer Phil Collins.

For a short period, they are joined by another keyboardist, veteran Peter Robinson:

ERIC CLAPTON BAND #?
1985
Eric Clapton
vocals, guitar
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Peter Robinson
keyboards
Jamie Oldaker
drums
Shaun Murphy
backing vocals
Marcy Levy
backing vocals

Around October 1985, Marcy Levy is replaced by Laura Creamer, and Peter Robinson leaves:

ERIC CLAPTON BAND #?
Oct 85-Nov 85
Eric Clapton
vocals, guitar
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Jamie Oldaker
drums
Shaun Murphy
backing vocals
Laura Creamer
backing vocals

When the tour ends, in November 1985, all the band members leave (Eric was soon to assemble a smaller band, with Phil Collins).


PINK FLOYD


In 1987, when Pink Floyd comes to life again, David Gilmour thinks of Tim Renwick for live concerts. It's September 1987:

PINK FLOYD #14
Sep 87-Nov 87
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Scott Page
sax
Gary Wallis
drums
Rachel Fury
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals
Margaret Taylor
backing vocals

This was an expanded lineup (4 backing vocalists!) for Pink Floyd in November 1987:

PINK FLOYD #15
Nov 87
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Scott Page
sax
Gary Wallis
drums
Rachel Fury
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals
Lorelei McBroom
backing vocals
Roberta Freeman
backing vocals

For the rest of the tour (November 1987 to August 1988), they used the same initial lineup:

PINK FLOYD #16
Nov 87-Aug 88
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Scott Page
sax
Gary Wallis
drums
Rachel Fury
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals
Margaret Taylor
backing vocals

After the tour is finished in August 1988 (almost a complete year!! - they played in Spain in July 1988), they released a double live album, Delicate thound of thunder (recorded 18 to 22 August 1988), as well as a live video with the same title (100 minutes, 16 songs). Since then, Tim is called when the band is back on the road.

I've seen several concerts by them, and Tim's work is really superb here! It was also broadcasted a special concert from Venice, Italy.

Oh, I almost forgot! The vinyl version has one track missing, ´Us and them´, so be careful...

The band is not active all the time, so when they aren't touring, Tim keeps playing with many more people, as we're going to see.


MIKE + THE MECHANICS


This is the band formed by Mike Rutherford (from Genesis) with great singers Paul Young and Paul Carrack. Tim joined the quintet for their 1989 tour:

MIKE + THE MECHANICS #2
1989
Paul Young
vocals
Paul Carrack
vocals, keyboards
Mike Rutherford
guitar, bass
Adrian Lee
keyboards
Peter Van Hooke
drums



PINK FLOYD (again)


A new European tour is scheduled from May to July 1989. The same lineup as in 1987, except one of the vocalists had changed:

PINK FLOYD #?
May 89-Jul 89
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Scott Page
sax
Gary Wallis
drums
Rachel Fury
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals
Lorelei McBroom
backing vocals


TRIBUTE TO JOHN LENNON BAND


In May 1990, when 10 years had passed since John Lennon´s death, it was held a tribute concert. It was a long, interesting list of artists, but the list of backing musicians was also impressive:

TRIBUTE TO JOHN LENNON BAND #1
May 90
Dave Edmunds
guitar
John Giblin
bass
Jody Linscott
percussion
Gavin Povey
keyboards
Don Snow
keyboards
The Kick Horns
horns
Terry Williams
drums
Juliet Roberts
vocals
Andy Caine
vocals
Sylvia Mason-James
vocals
Anne Dudley
orchestra

The artists and songs featured in the concert were (at least, these are the ones I have taped):


  • Michael Douglas (host)

  • Imagine - Elton John (with his own band)

  • Ticket to ride - Natalie Cole

  • I feel fine - Wet Wet Wet

  • Eight days a week - Lou Gramm

  • You've got to hide your love away - Terence Trent D'Arby

  • P.S. I love you / Love me do - Paul McCartney

  • Back in the USSR - Billy Joel

  • Nowhere man - Randy Travis

  • Isolation - Joe Cocker (with Chris Stainton)

  • Cold turkey - Lenny Kravitz

  • The ballad of John & Yoko - Dave Edmunds

  • Don't let me down - Hall & Oates

  • Power to the people - Al Green

  • Instant karma - Dave Stewart with Shakespear's Sisters (thus including Tim´s former bandmate Marcy Levy), Bobby Womack, Tower of Power, Roger McGuinn and Candy Dulfer

  • Come together - Michael Jackson

  • Working class hero - Cyndi Lauper

  • Fame 90 - David Bowie (video)

  • Give peace a chance - John Lennon (video)

  • Imagine - John Lennon (video)

  • I call your name - Ringo Starr with Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Joe Walsh

  • Help - U2

  • Help - Kylie Minogue

  • Help - Roy Orbison

  • Let it be - Ray Charles

  • Sean Ono Lennon



I have one question. Can someone tell me the names of the musicians for The Kick Horns in this concert?


PINK FLOYD (again)


On June 30th, 1990, Pink Floyd plays at Knebworth Festival. It was a benefit festival with many big names: I remember Cliff Richard, Status Quo, Paul McCartney, Robert Plant (with Jimmy Page in some songs), Phil Collins, Eric Clapton, Elton John. The special lineup for this concert was quite similar to the one in their last tour, but it includes some guests: Michael Kamen and Clare Torry (original featured vocalist in Dark side of the moon):

PINK FLOYD #?
Jun 90
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Michael Kamen
keyboards
Candy Dulfer
sax
Gary Wallis
drums
Claire Torry
backing vocals
Vicki Brown
backing vocals
Sam Brown
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals

Some time later, it was released a live album of the event, as well as a double DVD.


PROCOL HARUM (again)


New life for the mythical band when Brooker starts the band again in August 1991 (after their separation in 1977). Tim Renwick was asked to play in the USA tour promoting the album Prodigal stranger, as Robin Trower wasn't interested in touring. Mark Brzezicki is the chosen one for the very difficult task of getting the sticks (after their great drummer, B.J. Wilson, sadly died):

PROCOL HARUM #9
Aug 91-Dec 91
êDr Feelgood
Gary Brooker
vocals, keyboards
Matthew Fisher
keyboards
+
Keith Reid
lyrics

But in December 1991, Renwick left (being replaced by the incredible Geoff Whitehorn).

By the way, rumour has it about Tim Renwick appearing in the Prodigal stranger album. At least, he worked on the demos in England. Has anyone more info about that?


AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL CONCERT (DAVID GILMOUR BAND)


On December 28th, 1991, it was held the Amnesty International 30th Anniversary Concert. David Gilmour was the musical director, and he got some of his friends and colleagues for the band. They backed Tom Jones and Spinal Tap. The lineup was:

DAVID GILMOUR BAND #?
Dec 91
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Pino Palladino
bass
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Stuart Brooks
trumpet
Dave Bishop
sax
Mark Nightingale
trombone
Jody Linscott
percussion
Gary Wallis
drums
Sam Brown
backing vocals
Margo Buchanan
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals
Julie Harrington
backing vocals
Ian Harrison
Barry Knight
Phil Taylor
Chris Burns
Clint Driftwood
Simon Park
Dick Hayes
Andy Jackson

Most of them were known to David Gilmour (some were part of Pink Floyd live band; he had played with Jody Linscott in Deep End; and some others appear in Sam Brown solo albums, along with David).

On October 11th, 1992, there is another benefit event, at the Chelsea Arts Ball, with a stellar lineup, very close to Pink Floyd lineup:

DAVID GILMOUR BAND #?
Oct 92
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Jody Linscott
percussion
Gary Wallis
drums
Sam Brown
backing vocals

Some guests appearing in the gig were Rick Wright & Nick Mason, plus Tom Jones, Hugh Cornwell (from The Stranglers), Mica Paris, Elvis Costello and others.


BARRY VENN & THE DOLPHINS


Barry Venn changed the band name, as it started to be his own band without a stable lineup, only friends and colleagues that played with him. Clem Clempson appeared several times with them. In September 1993, the lineup was:

BARRY VENN & THE DOLPHINS #?
Sep 93
Barry Venn
vocals, guitar
Clem Clempson
guitar
Tim Hinkley
keyboards
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums
+ sometimes, some of:
Phil May
vocals
Neil Hubbard
guitar
Jay Stapley
guitar
Snowy White
guitar

They used to play lots of blues standards, as well as covers of songs by Fleetwood Mac and Cream.

Barry Venn continued under this name with some other famous musicians (such as Neil Hubbard). Other great guests and friends that used to play with the band were: Phil May (from Pretty Things), David Gilmour (from Pink Floyd fame), Tim Renwick, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Raf Ravenscroft, Tony O'Malley, just to name a few.


PINK FLOYD (again)


In September 1993, Pink Floyd are asked to play in a benefit concert for a hospital. They agree to play there, and they appear with an unusual lineup (half Pink Floyd, half Mike + The Mechanics, I'd say!):

PINK FLOYD #?
Sep 93
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Paul Young
vocals
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Mike Rutherford
bass, vocals
Adrian Milne
Gary Wallis
drums

At the beginning of 1994, it's time for a new tour for Pink Floyd, in order to promote The division bell, where Tim also appears. The tour starts in March 1994, and it marks the return of an old friend, sax player Dick Parry:

PINK FLOYD #?
Mar 94-?
David Gilmour
guitar, vocals
Rick Wright
keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason
drums
+
Tim Renwick
guitar, vocals
Guy Pratt
bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards, vocals
Dick Parry
sax
Gary Wallis
drums
Rachel Fury
backing vocals
Durga McBroom
backing vocals
Claudia Fontaine
backing vocals

Again, after the tour, a double live album was released, Pulse, (quite peculiar, the album package has a flashing red light, blinking all the time). It was also released a live video (now a fantastic DVD). The album includes the complete live performance of the Dark side of the moon album.

This tour was the 2nd time Pink Floyd played in Spain (July 1994).


MIKE + THE MECHANICS (again)


As with Pink Floyd, this band is not active all the time, due to other commitments by main members. But in 1995, they make a new tour, and Tim is called again. The tour lasted until 1996:

MIKE + THE MECHANICS #2
1995-1996
Paul Young
vocals
Paul Carrack
vocals, keyboards
Mike Rutherford
guitar, bass
Gary Wallis
drums

At this point, the band is a trio, as past members Adrian Lee and Pete Van Hooke are no more with them. But, they know how to choose great musicians to complete the lineup!


PAUL CARRACK BAND


This was the fantastic Paul Carrack Band around January 1997:

PAUL CARRACK BAND #?
1997
Paul Carrack
vocals, guitar, keyboards
Toby Chapman
keyboards
Gary Wallis
drums


ALAN PARSONS BAND


In June 1999, Alan Parsons played a benefit concert for the Nelson Mandela's Children Fund in Munich. This was the band that backed him:

ALAN PARSONS BAND #?
Jul 95 - Oct 95
Alan Parsons
keyboards
Tony Hadley
vocals
Neil Lockwood
vocals
Dick Nolan
bass
John Beck
keyboards
Stuart Elliott
drums

They also backed Ringo Starr, with the valuable addition of Jack Bruce on bass. Hey, has someone a videotape of that?!!

COYOTES


Tim has played in this band, commanded by Errol Walsh, and featuring his mate John ´Willie´ Wilson, but can´t find details. Any help would be very welcomed, please.


THE BUCKET BOYS


The Bucket Boys are Tim Renwick´s own band with some great musicians friends:

THE BUCKET BOYS #?
?
Rick Worthy
vocals, guitar
Steve Turner
guitar
Dave Quinn
bass
OR
Chris Duddle
bass
John ´Willie´ Wilson
drums

Another bassist in the band has been Chris Duddle, but don´t know the period where they each played.

The Bucket Boys albums can be obtained directly from the band´s website at: Bucket Boys.


AND EVEN MORE...


I still need lots of info on many bands and tours where Tim has appeared. I need info of Tim´s stay in:

- Jackie Lomax Band
- TV Smith Band
- Robin Gibb Band
- Andy Gibb Band
- Gilbert O´Sullivan Band
- Murray Head Band
- Nick Heyward Band
- Maggie Reilly Band
- Tom Jones Band


ADDITIONAL CREDITS


Apart than playing in tours with great bands, Tim spent three years working as resident guitarist in ‘The Love Band’ on the Jonathan Ross television show (on UK Channel 4 Television) where he accompanied hundreds of visiting artists, from 1989 until 1991.

He has also played numerous sessions for TV commercials and TV incidental music and theme tunes.


SOLO ALBUMS


Tim has recorded two solo album so far (apart from several library albums). The first one was recorded and released in 1980. Tim Renwick was recorded with this lineup:

- Tim Renwick (guitar, vocals)
- Noosha Fox (vocals, from the band Fox)
- Mo Foster (bass)
- Charlie Harrison (bass)
- Dave Wintour (bass)
- Gary Brooker (keyboards, from Procol Harum)
- Tim Gorman (keyboards, later with The Who)
- Jennifer Jones (keyboards)
- Mick Burns (drums)
- Bruce Rowlands (drums)

The album was produced by Glyn Johns, and it´s fantastic. I love it from the first song, the delicious ´Members of the hard school´. Other outstanding tracks are ´Speak louder´ or the lovely ´Alison's cold tonight´.

Singles from the album:

´Dark island / Lip service´ (1980, CBS)
´Perfect strangers / Crazy for your love´ (1980, CBS) (note: the B-side doesn't appear in the album)

Tim´s 2nd album is the magnificent Privateer, released in 2007. You shouldn't miss this one!!! It can be obtained from Tim´s own website at: Tim Renwick.


LIBRARY ALBUMS


Tim also writes instrumental music for various music libraries which has so far generated over six CD’s of his work. Some of them are:

- Tim Renwick's Country Pie (based on country music)
- That's why they call it the blues (based on acoustic blues)
- Electric blue
- The 12 string guitar project
- Watercolours (with Tim Cross)

DISCOGRAPHY: (196 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

OWN ALBUMS (5 credits)
  • Perfect strangers / Crazy for your love (SINGLE) - Tim Renwick (1980)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: Single released by Tim Renwick in 1980. While the A-side was taken from the album Tim Renwick, the B-side doesn't appear in the album, so that´s why I include it in the discography.
  • Tim Renwick - Tim Renwick (1980)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Gary Brooker, Tim Gorman, Charlie Harrison + Mo Foster, Noosha Fox, Dave Wintour (RIP: Bruce Rowland)
    • Producer: Glyn Johns
  • Privateer - Tim Renwick (2007)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Guy Pratt, John ´Willie´ Wilson + Martin Bell, Alan Glen, Paul Harris, Steve Jackson, Frank Ricotti, Henry Spinetti
    • Technical: Jo Partridge
  • Vintage blues guitar - Tim Renwick (2013)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Dave Bronze, Toby Chapman, Bob Loveday, Paul Riley + Alan Glen, Andy Hamilton, Noel Norris, Nick Payn, Frank Ricotti, Pete Thomas, Geraint Watkins, Pete Wingfield
    • Technical: Martin Bell
  • Privateer II - Tim Renwick ( - )

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: John ´Willie´ Wilson + Martin Bell, Henry Spinetti, Pete Wingfield
ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (61 credits)
  • Space oddity - David Bowie (1969)

    • Members: John Cambridge, Herbie Flowers, John Lodge, Tim Renwick, Tony Visconti, Woody Woodmansey (RIP: David Bowie + Mick Ronson, Mick Wayne)
    • Guests: Terry Cox, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Paul Buckmaster)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: Four members of Junior's Eyes appear in Space Oddity: Mick Wayne (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar, flute, recorder), Honk (bass, nickname for John Lodge), and John Cambridge (drums). The album also features Keith Christmas (guitar), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Herbie Flowers (bass), Terry Cox (drums), Paul Buckmaster (cello and arrangements), Tony Visconti (producer, also playing bass and flute). A very good album, it includes the superb title track, plus some of my favourites, such as 'The wild eyed boy from freecloud'. The album was originally called David Bowie in the UK, and Man of words, man of music in the States, but it was reissued worldwide in November 1972 under the name Space oddity (and deleting one short track!). The CD reissue contains three bonus tracks. One of them includes Tim Renwick. ´Conversation piece´ was the B-side of ´Prettiest star´ single issued on March 1970, and recorded by: David Bowie (vocals, guitar) Tim Renwick (guitar) John Lodge (bass) John Cambridge (drums) Additional musicians appearing in the other bonus tracks are Mick Ronson, Tony Visconti and Mick ´Woody´ Woodmansey.
  • The Man who sold the world - David Bowie (1969)

    • Members: John Cambridge, Mark Carr-Pritchard, Herbie Flowers, Tim Renwick, Woody Woodmansey (RIP: David Bowie + Trevor Bolder, Mick Ronson)
    • Producer: Tony Visconti
    • Technical: Ken Scott
    • Comments: The man who sold the world was Bowie's next album. For this one, he had assembled a band with the much missed Mick Ronson (guitar), Tony Visconti (bass), Ralph Mace (keyboards), Mick 'Woody' Woodmansey (drums). The superb CD reissue from Rykodisc contains 4 bonus tracks, including musicians that didn't appear in the original album: Tim Renwick (guitar), John Cambridge (drums), Herbie Flowers (bass), Freddi Buretti (vocals, aka Arnold Corns aka Rudi Valentino), Mark Carr-Pritchard (guitar), Trevor Bolder (bass).
  • Battersea power station - Junior´s Eyes (1969)

    • Members: John Cambridge, Steve Chapman, Tim Renwick (RIP: Mick Wayne)
    • Producer: Tony Visconti
    • Comments: CD reissue in 2000 from Castle was remastered, and including 10 bonus tracks, singles by the band (that´s why Tim Renwick appears, as he didn´t play in the album), and also including 2 tracks from the single by The Tickle.
    • My opinion: Very good album, full of powerful, progressive tracks.
  • Is this what you want? - Jackie Lomax (1969)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Jackie Lomax)
    • Guests: Alan Branscombe, Eric Clapton, Pete Clarke, Spike Heatley, Billy Kinsley, Paul McCartney, Tony Newman, Ringo Starr, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Paul Beaver, Hal Blaine, Mal Evans, Nicky Hopkins, Larry Knechtel, Joel Bishop O´Brien, Joe Osborn, Billy Preston, Leon Russell)
    • Producer: (RIP: George Harrison)
    • Technical: Ken Scott (RIP: Geoff Emerick)
    • Comments: I can't be sure, but I think this must be Tim's first session ever. Jackie Lomax is a great singer with great friends. Look at the list of musicians in the album: George Harrison (guitar), Paul McCartney (bass), Ringo Starr (drums), Eric Clapton (guitar), plus Tim Renwick (guitar), Leon Russell (keyboards, guitar, bass, percussion), Klaus Voormann (bass), Spike Heatley (bass), Billy Kinsley (bass), Joe Osborn (bass), Nicky Hopkins (keyboards), Billy Preston (keyboards), Larry Knetchel (keyboards), Hal Blaine (drums), Tony Newman. CD reissue contains 6 bonus tracks.
  • New day / Fall inside your eyes (SINGLE) - Jackie Lomax (May 1969)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Jackie Lomax)
    • Guests: Pete Clarke, Billy Kinsley
    • Producer: (RIP: Mal Evans)
    • Comments: Single released by Jackie Lomax in May 1969. While the B-side was included in the album Is this what you want?, the A-side wasn´t... until the CD reissue of the album in 1991. The single was recorded by Jackie Lomax (vocals), Tim Renwick (guitar), Billy Kinsley (bass), Chris Hatfield (keyboards), Pete Clarke (drums).
  • Star child / Sink or swim (SINGLE) - Junior´s Eyes (August 1969)

    • Members: John Cambridge, John Lodge, Tim Renwick (RIP: Mick Wayne)
  • Quiver - Quiver (1971)

    • Members: Tim Renwick, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Cal Batchelor)
    • Guests: Dick Parry
    • My opinion: Superb album.
  • Twice around the houses - Jonathan Kelly (1972)

    • Members: Jonathan Kelly + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Harvey Burns, Gerry Conway, Jerry Donahue, Rick Kemp, Byron Lyefook, Larry Steele, Jim Toomey (RIP: Dave Ball, Peter Wood)
    • Comments: He is a British singer with a folk touch. Twice around the houses is his 2nd solo album, and it features Dave Ball (guitar, from Procol Harum), plus some members of famous folk-rock bands: Jerry Donahue (guitar, ex-Fotheringay, then in Fairport Convention), Rick Kemp (bass, from Steeleye Span), Gerry Conway (drums, from Fotheringay), Donal Lunny, Jim Toomey (drums), and from Quiver: Tim Renwick (guitar), Peter Wood (keyboards).
    • My opinion: A fantastic album. My favourite songs are the magnificent ´Ballad of cursed Anna´ and ´The train song´.
  • Gone in the morning - Quiver (1972)

  • Orange - Al Stewart (1972)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Bob Andrews, Brian Odgers, Brinsley Schwarz, Bruce Thomas, Rick Wakeman, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Cal Batchelor, Roger Pope)
    • Comments: Orange includes collaborations by Brinsley Schwarz (guitar), Tim Walker (guitar), Bob Andrews (keyboards), Brian Odgers (bass), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Roger Pope (drums), Graham Hunt (drums), and the complete Quiver lineup: Tim Renwick (guitar), Cal Batchelor (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass), John 'Willie' Wilson (drums). Hey, it includes a song called 'The news of Spain'!
  • Wait till they change the backdrop - Jonathan Kelly (1973)

    • Members: Jonathan Kelly + Mark Griffiths, Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Gavin Sutherland, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson + Roy Babbington, Ray Duffy, Juanita Franklin, Karen Friedman, Lennox James (RIP: Iain Sutherland, Peter Wood + Barry De Souza, Gary Moore, Michael Oliver)
    • Producer: Ken Scott
    • Technical: Dennis Mackay
    • Comments: Wait till they change the backdrop is Kelly´s 3rd solo album, and it includes Roy Babbington (bass), Mark Griffiths (bass), Barry De Souza (drums), Ray Duffy (drums), and the whole lineup by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver: Iain Sutherland (vocals), Gavin Sutherland (vocals), Tim Renwick (guitar on two tracks, flute on 1 track, and harmony vocals in 1 track), Bruce Thomas (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards), John 'Willie' Wilson (drums). On backing vocals: Thunder Thighs (that is: Casey Synge, Karen Friedman, Dari Lalou and Juanita Franklin). Plus one surprise: Gary Moore uncredited!
  • Dream kid - The Sutherland Brothers & Quiver (1973)

    • Members: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Iain Sutherland, Peter Wood)
    • Producer: Muff Winwood
    • Comments: CD reissue has two bonus tracks, ´Silver Sister´, and ´Don't Mess Up´.
  • Lifeboat - Sutherland Brothers (1973)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Iain Sutherland, Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Pat Donaldson, John Hawken, Dave Mattacks, Bob Ronga, Steve Winwood
    • Producer: Muff Winwood
  • Past present and future - Al Stewart (1974)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Tim Hinkley, Krysia Kristianne, Francis Monkman, Tim Renwick (RIP: Isaac Guillory, Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Bob Andrews, Pete Berryman, B J Cole, Richard Hewson, Lennox James, Brian Odgers, Frank Ricotti, Bob Sargeant, Roger Taylor, Bruce Thomas, Rick Wakeman, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Michael Oliver, Dave Swarbrick)
    • Technical: (RIP: Mike Stone)
    • Comments: Past, present and future features: the late Isaac Guillory (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Dave Swarbrick (mandolin, from Fairport Convention), Brian Odgers (bass), Francis Monkman (keyboards), Tim Hinkley (keyboards), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Bob Sargeant (keyboards), Roger Taylor (percussion), Frank Ricotti (percussion), and most of Quiver band: Tim Renwick (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards) and John 'Willie' Wilson (drums).
  • Beat of the street - Sutherland Brothers (1974)

  • Modern times - Al Stewart (1975)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Gerry Conway, Simon Nicol, Tim Renwick (RIP: George Ford, Isaac Guillory, Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Brian Bennett, Tony Carr, Stuart Cowell, Neil Lancaster, Chas Mills, Andrew Powell, Graham Smith, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Producer: Alan Parsons
    • Comments: Modern times is a superb album, featuring Tim Renwick (guitar), Isaac Guillory (guitar), Dave Ellis (guitar), Stuart Cowell (guitar), Simon Nicol (guitar), George Ford (bass), Peter Moss (bass), Neil Lancaster (vocals), Graham Smith (harmonica), Pete Wingfield (keyboards), Peter Wood (keyboards), Tony Carr (percussion), Gerry Conway (drums), Barry De Souza (drums).
    • My opinion: I love the songs ´Sirens of Titan´ and ´Carol´.
  • Reach for the sky - Sutherland Brothers & Quiver (1975)

    • Members: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Iain Sutherland)
    • Guests: David Gilmour
    • Producer: Howard Albert, Ron Albert
  • Year of the cat - Al Stewart (1976)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Stuart Elliott, Phil Kenzie, Tim Renwick, Peter White (RIP: George Ford, Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Bobby Bruce, David Pack, John Perry, Andrew Powell, Tony Rivers, Graham Smith (RIP: Stu Calver)
    • Producer: Alan Parsons
    • Technical: Chris Bellman, Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
    • Comments: Year of the cat contains Al´s best known song, as well as some great hits, such as 'On the border'. This album had a huge success in Spain. Guests include Tim Renwick (guitar), Al's long time bandmate Peter White (guitar), George Ford (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards), Phil Kenzie (sax), Stuart Elliott (drums), Graham Smith (harmonica), David Pack (vocals), John G. Perry (vocals), Tony Rivers (vocals). Produced by Alan Parsons.
      The remastered CD reissue from 2001 contains 3 bonus tracks.
  • Slipstream - Sutherland Brothers & Quiver (1976)

    • Members: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Iain Sutherland)
    • Guests: Albhy Galuten, Nelson Flaco Padron
    • Producer: Howard Albert, Ron Albert
    • Technical: Mike Ross
  • Flowing rivers - Andy Gibb (1977)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Andy Gibb)
    • Guests: Joey Murcia + Paul Harris, Nelson Flaco Padron, John Sambataro, George Terry, Joe Walsh, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Harold Cowart)
    • Producer: Albhy Galuten, Barry Gibb, Karl Richardson
    • Comments: Flowing rivers was his first solo album. Recorded during 1976-77, with brother Barry Gibb (vocals), Tim Renwick (guitar), Joe Walsh (guitar), George Terry (guitar), Joey Murcia (guitar), Don Buzzard (steel guitar), Paul Harris (keyboards), Albhy Galuten (keyboards), Harold Cowart (bass), Ron Ziegler (drums), John Sambataro (backing vocals). It's a beautiful album, being my favourite song 'Word and music', followed by 'I just want to be your everything'.
  • Down to Earth - The Sutherland Brothers (1977)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Tim Renwick, John Shearer, Gavin Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Iain Sutherland)
    • Guests: Brian Bennett, Ray Flacke, Mick Grabham, Andy Pyle, Rick Wills
    • Producer: Bruce Welch
    • Comments: This band commanded by Gavin Sutherland (bass, vocals) and Ian Sutherland (guitar, vocals), comprised at this period the fine Tim Renwick (guitar), and Mick Grabham´s former drummer, John 'Willie' Wilson. In this their last album as a band, they had help from Mick Grabham (guitar), Andy Pyle (bass), Rick Wills (bass), and John Shearer (percussion, later in Steve Hackett band and Byron Band).
    • My opinion: SutherlandBrothers-DownToEarth.jpg
  • A Single man - Elton John (1978)

    • Members: Elton John + Ray Cooper, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, Gary Osborne, Tim Renwick, Chris Thompson (RIP: Paul Buckmaster)
    • Guests: B J Cole, John Crocker, Herbie Flowers, Steve Holley, Henry Lowther (RIP: Vicki Brown, Pat Halcox, Joanne Williams)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 5 bonus tracks. I love this album, although many people think it's not among Elton best works. When I first heard 'It ain't gonna be easy', I fell in love with the lead guitarist, who turned out to be ... Tim Renwick! Other favourites of mine: 'Part-time love', 'Shine on through' and 'Return to paradise'. Other musicians in the album A single man: Davey Johnstone (one guitar solo), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Clive Franks (bass), Herbie Flowers (bass), Steve Holly (drums, from Wings), Henry Lowther (trumpet), Ray Cooper (percussion), Chris Thompson (backing vocals), Stevie Lange (backing vocals), Gary Osborne (backing vocals, and lyricist), Paul Buckmaster (arrangements). There aren't any musician credits for the 5 bonus included.
  • Time passages - Al Stewart (1978)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Stuart Elliott, Mark Goldenberg, Phil Kenzie, Krysia Kristianne, Robin Lamble, Tim Renwick, Peter Robinson, Peter White (RIP: Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Lindsay Elliott + David Pack, Al Perkins, Andrew Powell, Pete Solley, Artie Tripp (RIP: Jeff Porcaro)
    • Producer: Alan Parsons
    • Technical: Chris Blair
    • Comments: Time passages, also produced by Alan Parsons, has many musicians featured: Tim Renwick (guitar), Peter White (guitar), Mark Goldenberg (guitar), Al Perkins (steel guitar), Robin Lamble (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards), Peter Robinson (keyboards), Pete Solley (keyboards), Phil Kenzie (sax), Stuart Elliott (drums), the late Jeff Porcaro (drums), with arrangements by Andrew Powell, and backing vocals from the members of Ambrosia: David Pack and Joe Puerta.
  • Green light - Cliff Richard (September 1978)

    • Members: Cliff Richard + Brian Bennett, Terry Britten, Alan Jones, John Perry, Tim Renwick, Tony Rivers, Trevor Spencer, Alan Tarney (RIP: Stu Calver, Graham Todd)
    • Guests: Duncan Mackay, Alan Parker
    • Producer: Bruce Welch
    • Technical: Tony Clark
    • Comments: He's the famous British singer, who was associated with The Shadows for many years. In this album, he's backed by some of The Shadows members (Brian Bennett on drums and Alan Jones on bass), plus Tim Renwick (guitar), Terry Britten (guitar), Alan Parker (guitar), Duncan Mackay (keyboards), Graham Todd (keyboards), Alan Tarney (bass), Trevor Spencer (drums), John G. Perry (vocals), Stuart Calver (vocals), Tony Rivers (vocals). CD reissue in 2002 with bonus tracks.
  • No more fear of flying - Gary Brooker (1979)

    • Members: Gary Brooker + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Chris Mercer + B J Cole, Stephanie DeSykes, Bruce Lynch, Dave Mattacks, Claire Torry
    • Producer: (RIP: George Martin)
    • Technical: Steve Nye
    • Comments: This was the first solo album by Procol Harum leader, Gary Brooker. It includes guest appearances by Tim Renwick (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Bruce Lynch (bass), Dave Mattacks (drums), as well as horns by Gonzalez. Although the album doesn't mention the list of horn players, Chris Mercer played there, as he told me. Backing vocals by Stephanie De Sykes, Claire Torry, Richard Myhill and Dave Reilly. It includes a rendition of lovely song by Murray Head, ´Say it ain't so, Joe´. Tim Renwick co-writes a song, ´Give me something to remember you by´. The CD reissue contains 3 bonus tracks.
  • Lazy Racer - Lazy Racer (1979)

  • Formula II - Lazy Racer (1980)

  • After dark - Andy Gibb (February 1980)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Andy Gibb)
    • Guests: George Bitzer, Neal Bonsanti, Dennis Bryon, Ken Faulk, Peter Graves, Alan Kendall, Joey Murcia, Olivia Newton-John, Whit Sidener, Blue Weaver + Dan Bonsanti, Charles Chalmers, Bill Purse, George Terry, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Harold Cowart, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, Joe Lala + Michael Brecker, Hugh McCracken)
    • Producer: Barry Gibb, Karl Richardson
    • Comments: On After dark (his last album), the list of musicians include the Bee Gees (brothers Barry, Robin & Maurice) and their band (Alan Kendall (guitar), George Terry (guitar), Joey Murcia (guitar), Blue Weaver (keyboards), George Bitzer (keyboards), Harold Cowart (bass), Joe Lala (percussion), Dennis Bryon (drums), plus colleagues Albhy Galuten (keyboards) and Peter Graves (horns)), along with Tim Renwick (guitar), Hugh McCracken (guitar), Michael Brecker (sax), Randy Brecker (trumpet), and Olivia Newton-John on vocals.
  • Nightbird - Paul Carrack (July 1980)

    • Members: Paul Carrack + Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Martin Drover + Richard Bailey, Guy Barker, Dyan Birch, Mel Collins, Winston Delandro, Malcolm Griffiths, Kuma Harada, Neil Hubbard, Alan ´Bam´ King, Noel McCalla, Jeff Seopardie (RIP: Alan Spenner)
    • Producer: Phill Brown
    • Comments: Recorded in January and February 1980, it was Paul´s first solo album, featuring Tim Renwick (guitar), Winston Delandro (guitar), Kuma Harada (bass), Alan 'Bam' King (backing vocals, ex-Ace), Martin Drover (trumpet), Malcolm Griffiths (trombone), Guy Barker, Richard Bailey (drums), Andy Newmark (drums), Jeff Seopardie (drums), Noel McCalla (backing vocals), and from Kokomo: Neil Hubbard (guitar), Alan Spenner (bass), Mel Collins (sax) and Dyan Birch (vocals).
  • Off centre - Gilbert O´Sullivan (October 1980)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Alan Carvell, Howie Casey, Terry Cox, Jeff Daly, Steve Holley, Chris Laurence, Dave Mattacks, Chris Rea, Ray Russell, Paul Westwood, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Phil Curtis, Martin Jenner)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Stuart Epps
    • Comments: Sixth solo album by Gilbert O´Sullivan. CD reissue from 2012 contains 1 bonus track.
    • My opinion: I love his voice. This album from 1980 includes the big hit ´What's in a kiss´.
  • Lead me to the water - Gary Brooker (1982)

    • Members: Gary Brooker + Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti
    • Guests: Eric Clapton, Albert Lee, Dave Markee, Chris Stainton + Phil Aaberg, Mel Collins, Phil Collins, Steve Holley, Scott Matthews, Peter Maunu, Chris Solberg (RIP: George Harrison)
    • Technical: (RIP: Tom Dowd, Colin Thurston)
    • Comments: Lead me to the water is Gary's 2nd solo album, and it includes collaborations from Tim Renwick (guitar), George Harrison (guitar), Peter Maunu (guitar), Chris Solberg (bass, from Santana), Mel Collins (sax), Phil Aaberg (keyboards), Phil Collins (drums), Steve Holly (drums), Scott Matthews (drums), and the complete Eric Clapton Band: Eric Clapton (guitar), Albert Lee (guitar), Dave Markee (bass), Chris Stainton (keyboards), Henry Spinetti (drums). Some CD reissues contain 2 bonus track (they´re B-sides of singles).
  • Mistake (EP) - Mike Oldfield (1982)

    • Members: Mike Oldfield + Maggie Reilly, Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross, Pierre Moerlen, Morris Pert)
    • Producer: David Hentschel
    • Comments: EP with 4 songs: ´Mistake´, ´(Waldberg) The peak´, ´Family man´ and ´Mount Teide´.
  • North of a miracle - Nick Heyward (1983)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Pete Beachill, Stuart Brooks, Brian Gascoigne, Tony Maronie, Dave Mattacks, Steve Nieve, Pino Palladino, Andrew Powell, Danny Schogger, Chris White (RIP: Andy Brown, Paul Buckmaster, Bill Le Sage, Morris Pert)
    • Producer: (RIP: Geoff Emerick)
    • Comments: Nick Heyward was the leader in new wave band Haircut One Hundred. After he left the band, he recorded this album with Tim Renwick (guitar), Steve Nieve (keyboards, from The Attractions), Brian Gascoigne (keyboards), Pino Palladino (bass), Andy Brown (bass), Dave Mattacks (drums), Morris Pert (percussion), Chris White (sax), Stuart Brooks (trumpet). CD reissue contains 7 bonus tracks.
  • Kiss the bride / Dreamboat / Ego / Song for Guy (SINGLE) - Elton John (1983)

    • Members: Elton John + Tim Renwick
    • Comments: Double single.
  • Too low for zero - Elton John (1983)

    • Members: Elton John + Ray Cooper, Kiki Dee, Davey Johnstone, James Newton Howard, Nigel Olsson, Tim Renwick, Bernie Taupin (RIP: Dee Murray)
    • Guests: Skaila Kanga, Stevie Wonder
    • Producer: Chris Thomas
    • Comments: In 1983, it was released a double single. One of the four songs, 'Dreamboat', was co-written by Elton John, Gary Osborne & Tim Renwick. No musicians list available until now. Finally, after several years, this song has appeared as a bonus track for the Too low for zero album remaster. So, please note, Tim doesn't appear in this album, but it contains the bonus track with him.
  • Channel Five - TV Smith (1983)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Guests: Tony Beard, Chris Wyles (RIP: Alan Murphy)
    • Technical: Phill Brown
    • Comments: Channel 5 was recorded by T.V. Smith (vocals, guitar), Tim Cross (keyboards), Tim Renwick (guitar, bass), with help from Barbara Snow & Anthony Thistlewaite (horns). Co-produced by Smith / Cross / Renwick / Phil Brown (engineer). CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
  • War fever / Lies (SINGLE) - TV Smith (1983)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: It was released a single from the album Channel Five, with 'War fever / Lies', although the B-side is not included in the album, and it also features Tim Renwick.
  • Echoes in the night - Gary Brooker (1985)

    • Members: Gary Brooker + Dave Bronze, John Giblin, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti
    • Guests: Eric Clapton, Matthew Fisher + Robert Ahwai, Ray Cooper, Phil Palmer, Jamie Talbot (RIP: B J Wilson + Rory Gallagher)
    • Comments: Echoes in the night features Tim Renwick (guitar), Eric Clapton (guitar), Rory Gallagher (guitar), Robert Ahwai (guitar, he was in Hummingbird with Bob Tench), Phil Palmer (guitar), Dave Bronze (bass, a very solid player), John Giblin (bass), Ray Cooper (percussion), Matthew Fisher (keyboards), Jaime Talbot (sax), Henry Spinetti (drums), and the incredible B.J. Wilson (drums).
  • Living doll / (All the little flowers are) happy (SINGLE) - Cliff Richard & The Young Ones (1986)

    • Members: Cliff Richard + Hank Marvin, Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Howard Tibble, Pete Wingfield
    • Producer: (RIP: Stuart Colman)
    • Comments: Charity single by Cliff Richard to raise money for Africa. It was released by Cliff and Hank Marvin with the humorists of The Young Ones TV series, backed by Tim Renwick, Pete Wingfield and Howard Tibble.
  • Frobisher drive - Gilbert O´Sullivan (1987)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Don Airey, Richard Bailey, Andy Caine, Simon Clarke, Tony Hymas, Luis Jardim, Bob Jenkins, Brad Lang, Roddy Lorimer, Ian Lynn, Juliet Roberts, Tim Sanders, Robin Smith, Carol Thompson, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Derek Watkins)
    • Producer: Ken Gold (RIP: Gus Dudgeon, Chris Tsangarides)
    • Technical: John Gallen
    • Comments: Originally released in 1987 in Germany, it was finally released in 1989 in England under the new title In the key of G, with a slightly different tracklisting.
  • One good reason - Paul Carrack (November 1987)

  • Delicate sound of thunder - Pink Floyd (1988) (LIVE)

    • Members: Jon Carin, Rachel Fury, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Durga McBroom, Scott Page, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Margaret Taylor, Gary Wallis (RIP: Rick Wright)
    • Technical: Tristan Powell
  • Last days of the century - Al Stewart (1988)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Dave Camp, Steve Chapman, Phil Kenzie, Robin Lamble, Steve Recker, Tim Renwick, Peter White (RIP: Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Kim Bullard, Vinnie Colaiuta, Steve Farris, Carroll Sue Hill, Tim Landers, Lee R Thornburg
    • Producer: Joe Chiccarelli
    • Comments: Last days of the century includes Peter White (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar, he plays the solos in 'Antarctica' and 'License to steal'), Steve Farris (guitar, years later in the last incarnation of Whitesnake with Denny Carmassi), Steve Recker (guitar), Peter Wood (keyboards), Kim Bullard (keyboards), Tim Landers (bass), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Steve Chapman (drums, also Al's manager), Lee R. Thornburg (trumpet), Robin Lamble, the now famous Tori Amos & Carroll Sue Hill (backing vocals). There is a track only available on the CD format: 'Helen and Cassandra'.
  • Word of Mouth - Mike + The Mechanics (April 1991)

    • Members: Paul Carrack, Adrian Lee, Tim Renwick, Mike Rutherford, Peter Van Hooke (RIP: Paul Young)
    • Guests: Martin Ditcham, Pino Palladino, Stephen Piggott, Phil Todd, Ian Wherry
    • Producer: Christopher Neil, Russ Titelman
    • Comments: This album includes these collaborations: Tim Renwick (guitar), Steve Piggot (keyboards), Phil Todd (sax), Martin Ditcham (percussion), Pino Palladino (bass), and Ian Wherry (keyboards).
  • March of the giants - TV Smith (1992)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Ginny Clee, Pandit Dinesh, Simon Edwards, Rick Fenn (RIP: Hossam Ramzy)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Technical: Steve Cherry
    • Comments: March of the giants lineup includes Tim Renwick (guitar), Rick Fenn (guitar), Tim Cross (keyboards, producer), Simon Edwards (bass).
  • Echoes - Maggie Reilly (April 1992)

    • Members: Maggie Reilly + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Curt Cress
    • Producer: (RIP: Kristian Schultze)
    • Comments: Echoes features Tim Renwick (guitar), Peter Weihe (guitar), Stefan Zauner (keyboards), Armand Volker (programming), Stuart Mackillop (programming), and the great Curt Cress (drums).
  • Midnight sun - Maggie Reilly (September 1993)

    • Members: Maggie Reilly + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Steve Alexander, Curt Cress (RIP: Kristian Schultze)
    • Comments: Midnight sun is a beatiful album, recorded with almost the same musicians: Tim Renwick (guitar), Peter Weihe (guitar), Nils Tuxen (guitar), Kristian Schultze (keyboards), Stuart Mackillop (keyboards), Curt Cress (drums).
  • The Division bell - Pink Floyd (April 1994)

    • Members: Sam Brown, Jon Carin, David Gilmour, Carol Kenyon, Nick Mason, Durga McBroom, Dick Parry, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis (RIP: Michael Kamen, Rick Wright)
    • Guests: Rebecca Leigh White
    • Producer: Bob Ezrin
    • Comments: After having toured several years with them, Tim was called again to appear in their last studio album (for now). Basically, it consists in the same live band, plus some guests friends, such as Sam Brown (vocals), Dick Parry (sax), or Michael Kamen (orchestra). Produced by Bob Ezrin.
  • Pulse - Pink Floyd (May 1995) (LIVE)

    • Members: Sam Brown, Jon Carin, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Durga McBroom, Dick Parry, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis (RIP: Claudia Fontaine, Rick Wright)
    • Comments: Recorded live in concerts from August to October 1994.
  • Blue views - Paul Carrack (January 1996)

    • Members: Paul Carrack + Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Rod Argent, Mitch Dalton, Martin Ditcham, Lance Ellington, Neil Hubbard, Luis Jardim, Katie Kissoon, Robbie McIntosh, Perry Montague-Mason, Tessa Niles, Pino Palladino, Frank Ricotti, Keith Wilkinson, Gavyn Wright
    • Producer: Toby Chapman, Peter Van Hooke, Gary Wallis
    • Technical: Chris Blair
    • Comments: Blue views includes collaborations by Tim Renwick (guitar), Neil Hubbard (guitar), Robbie McIntosh (guitar), Mitch Dalton (guitar), Pino Palladino (bass), Keith Wilkinson (bass), Rod Argent (keyboards), Martin Ditcham (percussion), Louis Jardine (percussion), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Andy Newmark (drums), and backing vocals by Katie Kissoon, Tessa Niles. Co-produced with fellow Peter Van Hooke. It contains a new version of his big hit (written while he still was in Ace), 'How long'. This album was a big hit here in Spain!
  • Elena - Maggie Reilly (September 1996)

    • Members: Maggie Reilly + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Alan Darby + Steve Alexander, Dyan Birch, Graham Broad, Mark Brzezicki, Hugh Burns, Frank Collins, Neil Conti, Martin Ditcham, John Giblin, Neil Hubbard, Luis Jardim, Will Malone, Paddy McHugh, Steve Sidwell, John Themis, Peter John Vettesse
    • Comments: Elena includes backing by: Tim Renwick (guitar), Alan Darby (guitar, ex-Asia, later he was in Eric Clapton Band), Neil Hubbard (guitar), Hugh Burns (guitar), Peter John Vettesse (keyboards, ex-Jethro Tull), Stuart Mackillop (keyboards), John Giblin (bass), François Garny (bass), Steve Sidwell (trumpet), Mark Brzezicki (drums), Graham Broad (drums), Steve Alexander (drums), Neil Conte (drums), Martin Ditcham (percussion), Louis Jardim (percussion), and backing vocals by the Kokomo guys: Frank Collins, Dian Birch and Paddy McHugh.
  • Beautiful world - Paul Carrack (September 1997)

    • Members: Paul Carrack + Dave Bronze, Toby Chapman, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis
    • Guests: Tommy Blaize, Mark Feltham, Tessa Niles, Beverley Skeete (RIP: Claudia Fontaine, Paul ´Tubbs´ Williams)
    • Technical: Ray Staff
    • Comments: Beautiful world was recorded with this stable lineup: Paul Carrack (vocals, keyboards) Tim Renwick (guitar) Dave Bronze (bass) Toby Chapman (keyboards) Gary Wallis (drums) Tessa Niles (backing vocals) plus guest appearances by Mark Feltham (harmonica solo in the song 'Satisfied'), and backing vocals by Beverly Skeete, Claudia Fontaine, Tommy Blaize and Paul 'Tubbs' Williamson. A beatiful album, it contains some great guitar work by Tim, especially in the song 'It goes without saying'. The album was produced by Gary Wallis and Toby Chapman. The liner notes say special thanks to Peter Van Hooke.
  • Bowie at the Beeb - David Bowie (2000) (LIVE)

    • Members: John Cambridge, Mark Carr-Pritchard, Herbie Flowers, Dana Gillespie, Nicky Graham, John Lodge, Geoffrey McCormack, Tim Renwick, George Underwood, Tony Visconti, Woody Woodmansey (RIP: David Bowie + Trevor Bolder, Mick Ronson, Mick Wayne)
    • Guests: Alan Hawkshaw, John McLaughlin (RIP: Barry Morgan, Steve Peregrine Took)
    • Producer: Jeff Griffin
  • Not a bad day - TV Smith (October 2003)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Guests: Claire Hamill
  • Current catastrophe - The Bucket Boys (2006)

    • Members: Tim Renwick, John ´Willie´ Wilson
    • Technical: Martin Bell
  • In the arms of my enemy - TV Smith (May 2008)

  • Waxahotty - The Bucket Boys ( - )

  • Beyond the pail - The Bucket Boys ( - )

  • Shadow dancing - Andy Gibb ( - )

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Andy Gibb)
    • Guests: George Bitzer, Ken Faulk, Albhy Galuten, Barry Gibb, Peter Graves, Joey Murcia, Whit Sidener, Blue Weaver, Stan Webb + Jock Bartley, Neal Bonsanti, Don Felder, Paul Harris, Bill Purse, John Sambataro, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Harold Cowart, Joe Lala + Sid Sharp)
    • Producer: Karl Richardson
    • Comments: Shadow dancing was a big hit, at least in Spain. Very similar lineup: Barry Gibb (vocals), Tim Renwick (guitar), Don Felder (guitar, from The Eagles), Jock Bartley (guitar, from Firefall), John Sambataro (guitar, vocals), Paul Harris (keyboards), Albhy Galuten (arrangements), Harold Cowart (bass), Ron Ziegler (drums), Joe Lala (percussion).
  • Pink Floyd - The Wall OST - Pink Floyd ( - )

    • Members: David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Tim Renwick, Roger Waters (RIP: Rick Wright)
    • Comments: This was the movie directed by Alan Parker, conceived after the Pink Floyd double concept album, and starring Bob Geldof. Tim Renwick played in the sessions. Originally, David Gilmour wanted Tim to play in The Wall tour, but he wasn't available for touring. So, when the soundtrack was scheduled, he called Tim again, now with more success.
  • Coming round / Woodpecker (SINGLE) - Production House ( - )

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Comments: Production House is a duo by T.V. Smith and producer Tim Cross. In their single ´Coming round / Woodpecker´, they're simply backed by Tim Renwick on guitar and bass.
COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (8 credits)
  • Sailing - Sutherland Brothers (1976)

  • The Early years - Al Stewart (1977)

    • Members: Al Stewart + Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Bob Andrews, Brian Brocklehurst, Harvey Burns, Steve Gray, Ashley Hutchings, Brian Odgers, Jimmy Page, Brinsley Schwarz, Bruce Thomas, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Alexander Faris, Roger Pope)
    • Producer: John Wood
    • Technical: Jerry Boys, Bernie Grundman
    • Comments: 2LP compilation.
  • The Complete Mike Oldfield - Mike Oldfield (1985)

    • Members: Mike Oldfield + Rick Fenn, Mike Frye, Barry Palmer, Simon Phillips, Maggie Reilly, Tim Renwick, Mickey Simmonds, Phil Spalding, Harold Zuschrader (RIP: Tim Cross, Pierre Moerlen, Morris Pert)
    • Guests: Roger Chapman, Simon House
    • Producer: David Hentschel
    • Comments: Having toured with Mike Oldfield, Tim appears in this compilation that includes several live tracks. The list of musicians include: Tim Renwick (guitar, bass), Rick Fenn (guitar, bass), Phil Spalding (bass), Graeme Pleeth (keyboards), Tim Cross (keyboards), Mickey Simmonds (keyboards), Simon House (violin), Simon Phillips (drums), Pierre Moerlen (drums), Morris Pert (drums), Mike Frye (drums), and vocals by Maggie Reilly, Barry Palmer, and Roger Chapman.
  • Sound + vision - David Bowie (April 1989)

    • Members: Carlos Alomar, Guy Andrisano, Adrian Belew, John Cambridge, Ava Cherry, Robin Clark, Aynsley Dunbar, Herbie Flowers, Ken Fordham, Mike Garson, Richard Grando, Simon House, John Hutchinson, John Lodge, Geoffrey McCormack, George Murray, Tony Newman, Roger Powell, Tim Renwick, Pablo Rosario, David Sanborn, Earl Slick, Brian Wilshaw, Woody Woodmansey (RIP: David Bowie + Trevor Bolder, Dennis Davis, Michael Kamen, Sean Mayes, Mick Ronson, Luther Vandross, Mick Wayne)
    • Guests: Roy Bittan, Brian Eno, Robert Fripp, Ricky Gardiner, Chuck Hammer, Andy Newmark, Rick Wakeman, Willie Weeks (RIP: Marc Bolan, Paul Buckmaster, Larry Washington, Roy Young)
    • Producer: Ken Scott, Tony Visconti
    • Technical: (RIP: David Richards)
    • Comments: Sound + vision is a 6LP (or 4CD) boxset, including 3 musical CDs, plus 1 video disk. It's basically a compilation, but it contains many rare or unreleased tracks.
  • Greatest hits collection - Andy Gibb (November 1991)

    • Members: Tim Renwick (RIP: Andy Gibb)
    • Guests: George Bitzer, Neal Bonsanti, Dennis Bryon, Ken Faulk, Albhy Galuten, Barry Gibb, Peter Graves, Alan Kendall, Joey Murcia, Olivia Newton-John, Whit Sidener, Blue Weaver, Stan Webb + Gary Brown, Charles Chalmers, Russ Freeland, Steve Gadd, Paul Harris, Bill Levenson, Jerry Peel, Bill Purse, John Sambataro, George Terry, Joe Walsh, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Harold Cowart, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, Joe Lala + Cornell Dupree, Richard Tee)
    • Producer: Karl Richardson
  • Hits - Mike + The Mechanics (1996)

    • Members: Paul Carrack, Adrian Lee, Tim Renwick, Mike Rutherford, Peter Van Hooke, Gary Wallis (RIP: Paul Young)
  • The Very best of - Sutherland Bros & Quiver (2002)

    • Members: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Iain Sutherland, Peter Wood)
    • Comments: This compilation contains not only songs by Sutherland Brothers & Quiver, but also from Sutherland Brothers (alone).
  • Just yesterday - Al Stewart (May 2005)

    • Members: Steve Chapman, Gerry Conway, Stuart Elliott, Mark Goldenberg, Tim Hinkley, Laurence Juber, Howard Kaylan, Phil Kenzie, Krysia Kristianne, Robin Lamble, Jerry McMillan, Francis Monkman, Ken Nicol, Simon Nicol, Steve Recker, Tim Renwick, Peter Robinson, Bryan Savage, Harry Stinson, Mark Volman, Peter White, Adam Yurman (RIP: George Ford, Isaac Guillory, Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Bob Andrews, Brian Bennett, Pete Berryman, Charlie Bisharat, Dave Boruff, Brian Brocklehurst, Bobby Bruce, Kim Bullard, Harvey Burns, Denny Carmassi, Tony Carr, Lenny Castro, Louis Cennamo, Vinnie Colaiuta, B J Cole, Luis Conte, Stuart Cowell, Jim Cox, Lynn Davis, Bruce Dukov, Steve Farris, Michael Fisher, Denny Fongheiser, Dominic Genova, Richard Hewson, Carroll Sue Hill, Ashley Hutchings, Lennox James, Michael Jochum, Suzie Katayama, Jim Keltner, Joyce Kennedy, Russ Kunkel, Neil Lancaster, Tim Landers, Marcy Levy, Chas Mills, Neal Morse, Novi Novag, Brian Odgers, David Pack, Jimmy Page, Frank Ricotti, Sam Riney, Tony Rivers, Mark Sanders, Bob Sargeant, Brinsley Schwarz, Todd Sharp, Pete Solley, Larry Steele, Bruce Thomas, Lee R Thornburg, Ed Tree, Artie Tripp, Rick Wakeman, Robin Williamson, John ´Willie´ Wilson, Mike Woods (RIP: Guy Babylon, Barry De Souza, Alexander Faris, Bruce Gary, Trevor Lucas, Michael Oliver, Roger Pope, Jeff Porcaro, Duffy Power, Dave Swarbrick)
    • Producer: Joe Chiccarelli, Alan Parsons
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (13 credits)
  • Swallow tales - Cochise (1971)

    • Members: Stewart Brown, B J Cole, John Gilbert, Mick Grabham, Rick Wills, John ´Willie´ Wilson
    • Guests: Nigel Olsson, Caleb Quaye, Tim Renwick (RIP: Cal Batchelor, Steve Marriott)
    • Technical: Roger Wake
    • Comments: This was the 2nd album from this good band. The personnel was: John Gilbert (vocals), Mick Grabham (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Rick Wills (bass) and Willie Wilson (drums). Other contributions in this album: Caleb Quaye, the late Steve Marriott (Small Faces, Humble Pie) and Tim Renwick.
  • David Elliott - David Elliott (1972)

    • Guests: B J Cole, Nigel Olsson, Caleb Quaye, Tim Renwick, Rick Wills + Chris Karan, Albert Lee, Dave Mattacks, Francis Monkman (RIP: Roy O´Temro + Dee Murray)
    • Producer: Mick Grabham
    • Comments: In his 1st album, David Elliott, we can find there Albert Lee (guitar), Caleb Quaye (guitar), Nigel Olsson (drums), Dee Murray (bass), Francis Monkman (keyboards), Dave Mattacks (drums), and the whole lineup of Cochise: Mick Grabham (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Rick Wills (bass) and Roy O'Temro (drums).
  • Once in a while - Kai Olsson (1975)

    • Guests: Mick Grabham, Nigel Olsson, Tim Renwick + Dave Mattacks, John Turnbull, Norman Watt-Roy (RIP: Dee Murray + John Gustafson, Jimmy Hall, Peter Wood)
    • Producer: David Hentschel, Chuck Plotkin
    • Comments: Kai is Nigel Olsson's younger brother. Kai was in the British band Longdancer, who were on Rocket Records (Elton John's label) in 1973/74. Dave Stewart was also in that group and later went to The Tourists and Eurythmics. His first solo album was called Once in a while. Featuring Tim Renwick (guitar), Mick Grabham (guitar), Dee Murray (bass) and Nigel Olsson (drums).
  • Time for another - Ace (December 1975)

    • Members: Fran Byrne, Paul Carrack, Terry ´Tex´ Comer, Alan ´Bam´ King (RIP: Phil Harris)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick + Rusty Young
    • Comments: Time for another was recorded by lineup #3: Alan 'Bam' King (guitar, vocals), Phil Harris (guitar, vocals), Paul Carrack (keyboards, vocals), Terry 'Tex' Comer (bass, vocals), Fran Byrne (drums). With help from Tim Renwick (guitar), and Rusty Young (steel guitar, from Poco).
  • No strings - Ace (January 1977)

    • Members: Fran Byrne, Paul Carrack, Terry ´Tex´ Comer, Alan ´Bam´ King, John Woodhead
    • Guests: Tim Renwick + Jim Price (RIP: Bobby Keys, Steve Madaio)
    • Producer: Trevor Lawrence
    • Technical: Bill Schnee
    • Comments: No strings was recorded by lineup #4: Alan 'Bam' King (guitar, vocals), John Woodhead (guitar, vocals), Paul Carrack (keyboards, vocals), Terry 'Tex' Comer (bass, vocals), Fran Byrne (drums). With help from Tim Renwick (guitar) and some horn players: Steve Madaio (trumpet), Bobby Keys, Trevor Lawrence (trombone), Jim Price.
  • Matthew Fisher - Matthew Fisher (1980)

    • Members: Matthew Fisher
    • Guests: Mick Grabham, Tim Renwick + Rod Argent, Steve Bingham, Mo Foster, Dill Katz, Dave Mattacks, Henry Spinetti, John Verity, Paul Westwood (RIP: Jim Dewar + Barry De Souza, Pete Zorn)
    • Comments: This comeback album (his first album was from 1973) has lots of great musicians in it. Some of them: Tim Renwick, Mick Grabham, Jim Dewar, Dave Mattacks, Mo Foster (bass), Henry Spinetti (drums). Plus: Paul Westwood (bass), Steve Bingham, Pete Zorn, John Verity & Rod Argent (backing vocals), Barry DeSouza (drums). Co-produced by Matthew and Chris White (former member of The Zombies, with Rod Argent).
  • Celebration - Sally Oldfield (1980)

    • Members: Sally Oldfield
    • Guests: Nico Ramsden, Tim Renwick + Mel Collins, Stuart Elliott, Herbie Flowers, Alan James, Duncan Kinnell, John Kirkpatrick, Brian Miller, Tom Newman, Roger Rettig, Frank Ricotti (RIP: Tim Cross, Pierre Moerlen, Morris Pert + Graham Jarvis, Kenny Wheeler)
    • Comments: She's Mike Oldfield sister, and owner of a fantastic voice. This album features Tim Renwick (guitar), Nico Ramsden (guitar), Tim Cross (keyboards), Herbie Flowers (bass), Alan James (bass), Mel Collins (sax), Kenny Wheeler (trumpet), Stuart Elliott (drums), Graham Jarvis (drums), Pierre Moerlen (drums, from Gong, he also toured with Mike Oldfield), Morris Pert (percussion), Frank Ricotti (percussion).
  • Learning to dance - Iain Sutherland (1985)

    • Members: (RIP: Iain Sutherland)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland + Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg (RIP: Dick Morrissey)
    • Comments: Here we have Tim playing again with his old bandmates: Iain Sutherland (guitar, vocals), Gavin Sutherland (backing vocals, percussion), Tim Renwick (guitar), Dave Pegg (bass), Dave McGarry (keyboards), the late Dick Morrissey (sax) and Dave Mattacks (drums).
  • Naked - Blue Pearl (1990)

    • Members: Durga McBroom
    • Guests: David Gilmour, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis + Gary Barnacle, Andy Caine, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Rick Wright + David Williams)
    • Producer: (RIP: Jazz Summers)
    • Technical: Steve Chase
  • Blue Pearl - Blue Pearl (1990)

    • Members: Durga McBroom
    • Guests: David Gilmour, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis + Gary Barnacle, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Rick Wright)
    • Technical: Steve Chase, Steve Sidelnyk
    • Comments: This is a project by vocalist Durga McBroom (from Pink Floyd live band), and Youth (ex-bassist from Killing Joke). They released a self-titled album, with Tim Renwick, David Gilmour, Guy Pratt, Rick Wright, Gary Wallis (all from Pink Floyd), plus Gary Barnacle (sax), Simon Law (keyboards). They had a hit with the song 'Naked in the rain'.
  • Broken China - Richard Wright (November 1996)

    • Members: (RIP: Rick Wright)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick + Steve Bolton, Manu Katche, Dominic Miller, Pino Palladino, Kate St John
    • Technical: (RIP: Doug Sax)
    • Comments: This is the third solo album by the late Pink Floyd keyboardist, Rick Wright. Some great musicians in it: Tim Renwick (guitar), Dominic Miller (guitar, from Sting band), Steve Bolton (guitar), Pino Palladino (bass), Manu Katche (drums, from Peter Gabriel band), plus Sinead O'Connor singing on two tracks. Co-produced and written between Rick and Anthony Moore (from Slap Happy).
  • Guitar Orchestra - Guitar Orchestra (1997)

    • Members: Ray Fenwick, Mick Grabham, Tony Newman
    • Guests: John Gilbert, Nigel Olsson, Tim Renwick + Kirk Duncan (RIP: Dee Murray)
    • Comments: This project was the brainchild of guitarists Ray Fenwick and Mick Grabham. They recorded a self titled album, Guitar Orchestra, due to be released on 1972, but it remained unreleased until 1997! It features: John Gilbert (vocals, from Cochise), Ray Fenwick (guitar, from Spencer Davis Group), Mick Grabham (guitar, from Cochise), Dee Murray (bass, from Spencer Davis Group), Tony Newman (drums, from May Blitz). It also contains guest appearances by Tim Renwick (guitar on three tracks) and Nigel Olsson (drums on one song, and vocals in another one). The album is dedicated to the late Dee Murray.
  • Just for the record: the solo anthology 1969-1976 - Andy Roberts (July 2005)

    • Members: Andy Roberts + John Pearson, Bob Ronga, Bob Sargeant
    • Guests: B J Cole, Ian Matthews, Tim Renwick + Gerry Conway, Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Mik Kaminski, Zoot Money, Ian Whiteman (RIP: Gordon Huntley, Mike Kellie, Robert Kirby, Ray Warleigh)
    • Producer: Sandy Roberton
    • Technical: Jerry Boys, Roger Quested
COMPILATIONS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (4 credits)
  • Andy Roberts - Andy Roberts (1973)

    • Members: Andy Roberts + John Pearson, John Porter, Dave Richards, Bob Sargeant
    • Guests: Mike Evans, Tim Renwick + Gerry Conway, Carol Grimes, Zoot Money, Roger Powell, Ian Whiteman (RIP: Ray Warleigh)
    • Producer: Sandy Roberton (RIP: John Peel)
  • From time to time - Andy Roberts (1985)

    • Members: Andy Roberts + John Pearson, Dave Richards, Bob Sargeant
    • Guests: B J Cole, Mike Evans, Tim Renwick + Gerry Conway, Carol Grimes, Katie Kissoon, Ian Matthews, Zoot Money, Roger Powell, Ian Whiteman (RIP: Gordon Huntley, Ray Warleigh)
    • Producer: Sandy Roberton
    • Comments: Andy and Tim have played together in several albums, as well as playing live gigs under the name The Tex Maniacs. What a great team! This album is a compilation, and features great players: Iain Matthews (vocals), Carol Grimes (vocals), Katie Kissoon (vocals), Mac Kissoon (vocals), Tim Renwick (guitar), BJ Cole (pedal steel guitar), Gordon Huntley (pedal steel guitar), Mike Evans (bass), Dave Richards, Zoot Money (keyboards), Ian Whiteman (keyboards), Bob Sargeant, Ray Warleigh, Gerry Conway (drums), Roger Powell (drums), John Pearson.
  • Past loves - a history - Cochise (1992)

    • Members: Stewart Brown, B J Cole, John Gilbert, Mick Grabham, Rick Wills, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Roy O´Temro)
    • Guests: Nigel Olsson, Caleb Quaye, Tim Renwick (RIP: Cal Batchelor, Robert Kirby, Steve Marriott)
    • Producer: Dick Taylor
    • Technical: Roger Wake
  • Too much heaven: songs of the brothers Gibb - Bee Gees (2004)

    • Members: George Bitzer, Dennis Bryon, Tim Cansfield, Barry Gibb, Alan Kendall, Vince Melouney, Joey Murcia, George Perry, Blue Weaver, Geoff Westley (RIP: Harold Cowart, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, Joe Lala)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick + Graham Bonnet, Jeff Bova, Eric Clapton, Alan Clark, Nathan East, Yvonne Elliman, Steve Ferrone, Steve Gadd, Albhy Galuten, Jim Keltner, Chuck Kirkpatrick, Robbie Kondor, Tim Moore, Trevor Murrell, Olivia Newton-John, Dolly Parton, Diana Ross, George Terry, Peter John Vettesse, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Andy Gibb + Trevor Gordon, Ralph MacDonald, Jeff Porcaro, Richard Tee)
    • Producer: Walter Afanasieff, Dave Mackay, Karl Richardson, Brian Tench, Russ Titelman (RIP: Arif Mardin, Freddie Perren, Robert Stigwood)
    • Technical: Lewis Hahn
COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • Knebworth: the album - VVAA (1990) (LIVE)

    • Guests: Oleta Adams, Tony Banks, Ray Beavis, Brian Bennett, Chris Blackwell, Andy Bown, Doug Boyle, Sam Brown, Bridgette Bryant, Jon Carin, Eric Clapton, Alan Clark, Brad Cole, Phil Collins, Ray Cooper, Andy Davis, Rahmlee Michael Davis, Candy Dulfer, Nathan East, Steve Ferrone, Guy Fletcher, David Gilmour, Chris Gower, Mark Griffiths, Cliff Hall, Dick Hanson, Peter Howarth, John Illsley, Elton John, Phil Johnstone, Charlie Jones, Harry Kim, Katie Kissoon, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin, Nick Mason, Durga McBroom, Paul McCartney, Arnold McCuller, Robbie McIntosh, Paul Moessl, Mick Mullins, Keith Murrell, Tessa Niles, Jimmy Page, Phil Palmer, Greg Phillinganes, Robert Plant, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Jeff Rich, Cliff Richard, Mike Rutherford, Leland Sklar, Carole Steele, Hamish Stuart, Daryl Stuermer, Neil Taylor, Chester Thompson, Claire Torry, Gary Wallis, Bruce Welch, Fred White, Chris Whitten, Paul ´Wix´ Wickens (RIP: Vicki Brown, Jim Copley, John ´Irish´ Earle, Michael Kamen, Linda McCartney, Don Myrick, Rick Parfitt, Rick Wright)
    • Producer: Chris Kimsey
    • Technical: (RIP: Gary Stewart)
    • Comments: This was a benefit concert with many artists: Paul McCartney, Cliff Richard, Status Quo, Tears for Fears (with Jim Copley on drums), Robert Plant (jamming with Jimmy Page), Genesis, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits, Elton John, and Pink Floyd, as we've read in the bio page. Hence, Tim Renwick appears in this live album. It was also featured as a live video (now double DVD).
LIBRARY ALBUMS (12 credits)
  • Tim Renwick´s country pie - Tim Renwick (1980)

    • Guests: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: Library album, based on country music.
  • A Guitar case - Tim Renwick (1984)

  • Natural balance - Tim Renwick (1995)

  • 90s pop, indie, grunge - Tim Renwick (1997)

  • That´s why they call it the blues - Tim Renwick (1998)

    • Guests: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: Library album, based on acoustic blues.
  • Electric blue - Tim Renwick (1999)

  • Soul ambition - Tim Renwick (2001)

  • Excel - Curtis Schwartz (2001)

    • Guests: Tim Renwick
    • Producer: Peter Cox
    • Comments: Library album.
  • Rock circus - 40 years of rock´n´roll music - Tim Renwick ( - )

  • Watercolours - Tim Renwick ( - )

    • Guests: Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Comments: Library album.
  • The 12 string guitar project - Tim Renwick ( - )

  • Best of banjo vol 2 - VVAA ( - )

SOUNDTRACKS (3 credits)
  • Brazil OST - Michael Kamen (1985)

    • Members: (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: This is a movie directed by genius Terry Gilliam (from Monty Python fame), starring Michael Palin, Jonathan Pryce and Robert De Niro. The soundtrack is credited to Michael Kamen, and Tim Renwick played in the soundtrack. By the way, percussionist Ray Cooper appears as a cameo in the film.
  • Mona Lisa OST - Michael Kamen (1986)

    • Members: (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: A movie directed by Neil Jordan, starring Michael Caine, Bob Hoskins, with soundtrack credited to Michael Kamen. Tim Renwick played in the score. This movie has more musical connections: George Harrison and Ray Cooper were co-producers, Ringo Starr was a consultant, and keyboardist Zoot Money appears in a cameo.
  • Mr Holland´s opus OST - Michael Kamen (January 1996)

    • Members: (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Laurence Cottle, Jim Keltner, Julian Lennon, Dominic Miller, Andy Newmark, Pino Palladino, Tim Renwick
    • Technical: Gavin Lurssen, Dave Olson (RIP: Doug Sax)
    • Comments: Soundtrack for this lovely movie, directed by Stephen Herek, starring Richard Dreyfuss & Glenne Headly. The soundtrack is credited to Michael Kamen, and the list of musicians is very interesting: Dominic Miller (guitar), Pino Palladino (bass), Jim Keltner (drums). It includes one song by Julian Lennon, featuring Tim Renwick (guitar), Laurence Cottle (bass), Andy Newmark (drum).
MUSICALS / CASTS (1 credit)
  • Rage of the heart (Cast) - Enrico Garzilli / David Cullen (1993)

    • Guests: Skaila Kanga, Paul Keogh, Chris Laurence, Julian Littman, Janet Mooney, Andy Pask, Tim Renwick, Ray Russell, Barbara Thompson (RIP: Jon Hiseman, Barry Morgan)
    • Technical: Mike Ross
    • Comments: This is the cast for this musical work: Michael Ball (vocals), Janet Mooney (vocals), Julian Littman (vocals), Ray Russell (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar), Paul Keogh (guitar), Andy Pask (bass), Chris Laurence (strings), David Cullen (keyboards), Barbara Thompson (flute), Jon Hiseman (drums), Barry Morgan (drums), Skaila Kanga (harp).
SESSIONS (74 credits)
  • Seasons - Magna Carta (1970)

    • Members: Davey Johnstone
    • Guests: Tony Carr, Derek Grossmith, Spike Heatley, Tim Renwick, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: They are a great band. At the time of recording Seasons, the lineup was: their leader Chris Simpson (guitar, vocals), Lyell Tranter (guitar), and Glen Stuart (vocals). Backing musicians include: Davey Johnstone (guitar, prior to join full time to the band replacing Lyell), Tim Renwick (recorder), Spike Heatley (bass), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Tony Visconti (bass, producer), Barry Morgan (drums).
  • No roses - Shirley Collins and The Albion Country Band (1971)

    • Members: Shirley Collins + Tony Hall, Ashley Hutchings, John Kirkpatrick, Dave Mattacks, Simon Nicol, Richard Thompson (RIP: Royston Wood)
    • Guests: Dave Bland, Barry Dransfield, Roger Powell, Maddy Prior, Tim Renwick, Ian Whiteman (RIP: Dolly Collins + Lol Coxhill, Lal Waterson, Mike Waterson)
    • Comments: She's a famous British folk artist, she sometimes releases albums with her sister Dolly Collins. In this album, she experimented and turned for her first time into electric music with the assistance of Tim Renwick (guitar on 2 tracks: 'Murder of Maria Marten' and 'The white hare'), Lol Coxhill (sax), Ian Whiteman (keyboards), Roger Powell (drums; both Whiteman and Powell were from the band Mighty Baby, the precedent for the band Ace), Maddy Prior (vocals, from Steeleye Span), Royston Wood (vocals), and from Fairport Convention: Simon Nicol (guitar), Richard Thompson (guitar), Dave Mattacks (drums).
  • Paul Kent - Paul Kent (1971)

    • Guests: Gerry Conway, Pat Donaldson, Katie Kissoon, Roger Powell, Tony Reeves, Tim Renwick, Andy Roberts, Chris Turner (RIP: Ray Warleigh)
    • Comments: Again, no info. Musicians in this album: Tim Renwick (guitar), Andy Roberts (guitar), Gavin Watson (guitar, bass), Tony Reeves (bass), Ray Warleigh (sax), Roger Powell (drums), Katie Kissoon (backing vocals), and from Fotheringay: Pat Donaldson (bass), Gerry Conway (drums).
  • If you saw thro´ my eyes - Ian Matthews (January 1971)

    • Members: Ian Matthews + Gerry Conway, Pat Donaldson, Andy Roberts, Richard Thompson
    • Guests: Del Newman, Tim Renwick, Liza Strike, Keith Tippett, Nanette Workman (RIP: Sandy Denny + Doris Troy)
    • Technical: Robin Black
    • Comments: If you saw thro´ my eyes was Ian´s first solo album, after the split of Matthews' Southern Comfort. Backing him in this album, an stellar list of musicians and friends: Sandy Denny (vocals, piano), Richard Thompson (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar), Andy Roberts (guitar), Pat Donaldson (bass), Keith Tippett (piano), Gerry Conway (drums, from Fotheringay), Del Newman (string arrangements) and backing vocals by Liza Strike, Doris Troy and Nanette Workman.
    • My opinion: Absolutely beautiful, terrific album. I love it, it´s a masterpiece. My favourite tracks are ´Remo Nevada´ and ´Morgan the pirate´, but all the songs are fantastic.
  • The North star grassman and the ravens - Sandy Denny (September 1971)

    • Members: Gerry Conway, Pat Donaldson, Barry Dransfield, Richard Thompson (RIP: Sandy Denny + Trevor Lucas)
    • Guests: Ian Matthews + Jerry Donahue, Roger Powell, Tony Reeves, Tim Renwick, Ian Whiteman (RIP: Buddy Emmons, Royston Wood)
    • Producer: John Wood (RIP: Andy Johns)
    • Comments: First solo album by the wonderful, missed Sandy Denny. There´s a deluxe edition from 2011 as a 2CD, with added demos and BBC sessions. It also includes Sandy´s contribution to Ian Matthews´ album If you saw thro´ my eyes (the song features Ian Matthews, Tim Renwick, Pat Donaldson, Gerry Conway, thus appearing in the deluxe edition).
  • A Question of roads - Marc Ellington (1972)

    • Guests: Ray Duffy, Andy Leigh, Simon Nicol, Tim Renwick, Dave Richards, Andy Roberts, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson
    • Comments: No info about him. In this album, we can find Sandy Denny (vocals), Simon Nicol (guitar), Mike Dieghan (guitar), Pat Donaldson (bass), Gerry Conway (drums) and the rhythm section from Matthews' Southern Comfort: Andy Leigh (bass) and Ray Duffy (drums). From Plainsong: Andy Roberts (guitar) and Dave Richards (bass, keyboards). And from Quiver: Tim Renwick (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass) and John 'Willie' Wilson (drums).
  • Tigers will survive - Ian Matthews (1972)

    • Members: Ian Matthews + Andy Roberts, Bob Ronga, Richard Thompson
    • Guests: Timi Donald, Tim Renwick, Bruce Thomas, Ian Whiteman, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Cal Batchelor, Ray Warleigh)
    • Comments: Tigers will survive was his second album. By the time it was released, he had already formed the short-lived Plainsong, with some of the musicians featured here: Andy Roberts (guitar) and Bob Ronga (bass, keyboards). Also in the album: Ray Warleigh (sax), Ian Whiteman (keyboards), Timi Donald (drums), and the complete Quiver lineup: Tim Renwick (guitar), Cal Batchelor (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass), and John 'Willie' Wilson (drums).
  • Thank you for... - Bridget St John (1972)

    • Members: Bridget St John
    • Guests: Rick Kemp, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Andy Roberts, Ric Sanders, Bruce Thomas, Ian Whiteman, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Gordon Huntley, John Martyn, Pip Pyle)
    • Producer: Jerry Boys
    • Comments: Again, the cream of folk-rock musicians in this album: John Martyn (guitar), Andy Roberts (guitar), Ric Sanders (guitar), the late Gordon Huntley (pedal steel guitar), Rick Kemp (bass), Ian Whiteman (keyboards), Dave Mattacks (drums), Pip Pyle (drums). From Quiver: Tim Renwick (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass), John 'Willie' Wilson (drums). CD reissue, retitled as Thank you for...plus, contains 7 bonus live tracks from a 1972 concert.
  • The Concert - Gary Benson (1973)

    • Guests: B J Cole, Mick Grabham, Chris Karan, Martin Kershaw, Brian Odgers, Tim Renwick, Dave Richards, Andy Roberts, Henry Spinetti, Laurie Wisefield (RIP: Ray Warleigh)
    • Producer: (RIP: Dave Williams)
    • Comments: Recorded in 1973.
    • My opinion: Very nice album. The playing is very good. Mick Grabham is fantastic in the track ´The closing down of the old Portland Railway Company´.
  • Ship imagination - Billy Lawrie (1973)

    • Guests: Colin Allen, Roger Ball, Maggie Bell, Barry Clarke, Ray Cooper, Juanita Franklin, Luis Jardim, Kenny Jones, Ronnie Leahy, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Tim Renwick, Liza Strike, Bruce Thomas, Steven Thompson, Paul Vigrass, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Maurice Gibb + John Bonham, Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan, Kim Gardner, Les Harvey, Jimmy McCulloch, Peter Wood)
    • Comments: Billy Lawrie is Lulu´s brother, and he appears in some album by Kiki Dee, Maggie Bell ('Suicide sal') and John Lodge. His first solo album contains the appearance of the whole Stone the Crows lineup (Maggie Bell, Les Harvey, Jimmy McCulloch, Steven Thompson, Ronnie Leahy and Colin Allen), plus sister Lulu, Kim Gardner (bass), Kenny Jones (drums, from Faces), and from Quiver: Tim Renwick (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards).
  • Unreleased album - John Gladwyn (1974)

    • Guests: Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg, Tim Renwick
    • Comments: John Gladwyn was (still is) a member of Amazing Blondel. He recorded a solo album in 1974, with Tim Renwick (guitar), Noel Skelton, Dave Pegg (bass) and Dave Mattacks (drums). But it was never released, sadly.
  • Steppin´ out - Vigrass & Osborne (1974)

    • Members: Gary Osborne, Paul Vigrass
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Barry Clarke, Ray Cooper, Herbie Flowers, Juanita Franklin, Mark Griffiths, Alan Hawkshaw, Kenny Jones, Peter Morgan, Judith Powell, Tim Renwick, Peter Watkins, Tetsu Yamauchi (RIP: Barry De Souza, Peter Wood)
    • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    • Comments: They were a songwriting duo, Paul Vigrass and Gary Osborne. Gary Osborne wrote some lyrics for Kiki Dee. Gary Osborne started writing songs with Elton John after Elton and Bernie Taupin ceased their collaboration.
      As a duo, Vigrass & Osborne recorded a couple of albums in the 70s. This was their second album, recorded with Tim Renwick (guitar), Barry Clarke (guitar), Mark Griffiths (guitar), Herbie Flowers (bass), Peter Morgan (bass), Peter Watkins (bass), Jeff Wayne (keyboards), Peter Wood (keyboards), Alan Hawkshaw (keyboards), Ray Cooper (percussion), Barry De Souza (drums), Doreen Chanter & Irene Chanter, Juanita Franklin, Judith Powell (backing vocals). And the rhythm section from The Faces: Tetsu Yamauchi (bass) and Kenny Jones (drums).
  • Book of fool - Eugene Wallace (July 1974)

    • Members: (RIP: Eugene Wallace)
    • Guests: B J Cole, Phil Collins, Ray Cooper, Nick Graham, John Hawken, David Hentschel, Richard Hewson, Chris Hughes, Davey Johnstone, Lynton Naiff, Brian Odgers, Tim Renwick, Frank Ricotti
    • Comments: Recorded in 1972.
  • Yellow submarine / I just can´t lose that tune (SINGLE) - Rhys Eye (1975)

    • Guests: Ken Nicol, Tim Renwick (RIP: Peter Wood, Pete Zorn)
  • Arrivederci ardrossan - Brian Friel (1975)

    • Guests: Paul Francis, DeLisle Harper, Zoot Money, Colin Pincott, Craig Pruess, Tim Renwick, Andy Roberts, Paul Vigrass
    • Comments: He's a Scottish artist who recorded several albums in the 70s, with big names. Credits in this album: Tim Renwick (guitar), Andy Roberts (guitar), Arthur Rodman (guitar), Mick Davenport (guitar), Colin Pincott (guitar), DeLisle Harper (bass), Zoot Money (keyboards), Craig Pruess (keyboards), Paul Francis (drums), and Paul Vigrass on vocals. I think the album was also reissued with the new title Ashes & matchsticks.
  • Dangerous - Eugene Wallace (September 1975)

    • Members: (RIP: Eugene Wallace)
    • Guests: Hugh Burns, Ronnie Caryl, Phil Chen, Phil Collins, Gordon Hunte, Mike Morgan, Brian Odgers, Caleb Quaye, Tim Renwick, Peter Robinson, Chris Spedding, Rob Tait, Roger Taylor (RIP: Barry De Souza, John Gustafson)
    • Producer: Robin Geoffrey Cable, Del Newman
    • Comments: This album was recorded in 1974, but some tracks were from 1972 (thus recorded with different musicians, such as John Gustafson).
  • Savage amusement - Michael Chapman (1976)

    • Members: Michael Chapman + Rick Kemp (RIP: Keef Hartley)
    • Guests: Mutt Lange, Stevie Lange, Andy Latimer, Tim Renwick (RIP: Peter Wood)
    • Producer: Don Nix
    • Technical: Jerry Boys
    • Comments: Very interesting folk-rock artist. In his first albums, we can find superb, famous musicians. Savage amusement was recorded with Tim Renwick (guitar), Andy Latimer (guitar, from Camel), Rick Kemp (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards), and Keef Hartley (drums). The backing vocals are credited to Mutt and Stevie, so my guess is that he's referring to Mutt Lange and Stevie Lange.
  • Faites des chansons - Rachid Bahri (1977)

    • Guests: David Gilmour, Kenny Jones, Gaspar Lawal, Ian Lynn, Nick Mason, Tim Renwick, Georges Rodi, Rick Wills, John ´Willie´ Wilson, Steve Winwood (RIP: Dinky Diamond, Joe Moretti)
  • Woman overboard - Linda Lewis (1977)

    • Members: Linda Lewis + Derek Austin, Phil Chen, Jim Cregan, Steve Gregory, Max Middleton, Darryl Lee Que
    • Guests: Richard Bailey, Alexandra Brown, Ollie E Brown, Alun Davies, Winston Delandro, Jerry Friedman, Jim Gilstrap, Bobbye Hall, Peter Hope Evans, Jeff Mironov, Ray Parker, Annette Peacock, John Perry, Lance Quinn, Tim Renwick, Tony Rivers, Jean Roussel, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Willie Weeks, Snowy White (RIP: Bob Babbitt, Vicki Brown, Stu Calver, Herman Ernest, Phil Kraus, Derek Smith, Allen Toussaint)
    • Comments: A very good singer, she once was Jim Cregan's wife (Jim Cregan appearing in this album). Musicians in this album: Tim Renwick (guitar), Alun Davies (guitar, he used to play with Cat Stevens), Snowy White (guitar), Jeff Mironov (guitar), Ray Parker (guitar), Lance Quinn (guitar), Derek Austin (keyboards), Bob Babitt (bass), Phil Chen (bass), Willie Weeks (bass), Max Middleton (keyboards), Jean Roussel (keyboards), James Booker (keyboards), Allen Toussaint (keyboards and producer), Steve Gregory (sax, keyboards), Ollie Brown (drums), Richard Bailey (drums), Bobbye Hall (percussion), Peter Hope Evans (harmonica), Annette Peacock (vocals), John G. Perry (vocals), Tony Rivers (vocals), Barry St. John (vocals), Liza Strike (vocals). There´s a expanded edition on CD in 2011.
  • Roy Hill - Roy Hill (1978)

    • Members: Roy Hill + Bimbo Acock
    • Guests: Ray Cooper, Billy Livsey, Dave Markee, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Martin Jenner)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
  • It´s just a lifetime - Craig Nuttycombe (1978)

    • Guests: Bud Beadle, Tony Carr, Pat Donaldson, Andy Fairweather Low, Georgie Fame, Steve Gregory, Malcolm Griffiths, Peter Hope Evans, Bernie Leadon, Dave Markee, Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti (RIP: Dick Morrissey)
    • Comments: Sorry, I don't know who he is. In this album, we can find Tim Renwick (guitar), Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar), Bernie Leadon (guitar, from Eagles), Pat Donaldson (bass), Dave Markee (bass), Dave Pegg (bass), Georgie Fame (keyboards), Tony Carr (percussion), Dick Morrissey (keyboards), Henry Spinetti (drums), Dave Mattacks (drums), Peter Hope Evans (harmonica), and from Gonzalez: Bud Beadle (sax), Steve Gregory (sax), and Malcolm Griffiths (trombone).
  • Don´t talk back - Jim Rafferty (1978)

    • Guests: Rab Noakes + Don Airey, Madeline Bell, Hugh Burns, Rod Clements, B J Cole, Mel Collins, Herbie Flowers, Delisle Harper, John James, Laurence Juber, Dave Mattacks, Chris Mercer, Francis Monkman, Lynton Naiff, Brian Odgers, Graham Preskett, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti, Gary Taylor, Peter Van Hooke, Pete Wingfield, Pick Withers (RIP: Gerry Rafferty + Kay Garner, Barry Morgan)
    • Comments: He is Gerry Rafferty's brother. Lots of great musicians in this album, apart from Jim & Gerry: Madeline Bell (vocals), Kay Garner (vocals), Gerry Rafferty (guitar), Hughie Burns (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar), Laurence Juber (guitar, from Wings), B.J. Cole (steel guitar, from Cochise), Gary Taylor (bass), Herbie Flowers (bass), Rod Clements (bass), DeLisle Harper (bass), Rab Noakes (bass), Brian Odgers (bass), Francis Monkman (keyboards), Pete Wingfield (keyboards), Don Airey (keyboards), Chris Mercer (sax), Mel Collins (sax), Graham Preskett (violin, keyboards), Pick Withers (drums, from Dire Straits), Dave Mattacks (drums), Barry Morgan (drums), Henry Spinetti (drums) and Peter Van Hooke (drums).
  • Falling in love - Frankie Miller (1979)

    • Members: Frankie Miller + Fran Byrne, Paul Carrack, Terry ´Tex´ Comer, Ed Deane, Steve Simpson
    • Guests: Terry Britten, Barrie Guard, Tim Renwick, Chris Slade, Linda Taylor, Dave Wintour (RIP: Ron Aspery)
    • Comments: For some strange reason, the American edition was called Perfect fit. This album features Tim Renwick (guitar), Steve Simpson (guitar, mandolin, accordion), Ed Deane (guitar), Terry Britten (guitar), Ron Aspery (sax), Dave Wintour (bass), Chris Hall (keyboards), Chris Slade (drums), Barrie Guard (percussion), Linda Taylor (vocals), and from Ace: Terry 'Tex' Comer (bass), Paul Carrack (keyboards, backing vocals), Fran Byrne (drums). Arrangements by Frankie Miller and David Mackay. Orchestra conducted by Barrie Guard. It contains several versions; for example, Bob Marley's ´Is this love´, or John Hiatt's ´If I can love somebody´.
      The CD release includes one bonus track: ´Something about you´. But the remastered CD from 2004 includes 4 bonus live tracks.
  • Man of the world - Demis Roussos (1980)

    • Members: Leon Gaer, Teddy Irwin (RIP: Demis Roussos)
    • Guests: Simon Bell, James Burton, Stuart Elliott, Bernie Frost, Barrie Guard, Patrick Halling, Randy Kerber, Greg Mathieson, Herb Pedersen, Greg Prestopino, John Raines, Tim Renwick, Tom Scott, Steve Simpson, Linda Taylor, Jennifer Warnes, Dave Wintour (RIP: Norton Buffalo, Kenny Edwards)
    • Technical: Ashley Howe
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 5 bonus tracks.
  • Free to be me - Johnny Bristol (1981)

    • Members: (RIP: Johnny Bristol)
    • Guests: John Barnes, George Chandler, Ray Cooper, John Giblin, Chris Hunter, Katie Kissoon, John Perry, Tim Renwick, Frank Ricotti, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Wilton Felder, James Jamerson, Graham Jarvis, Martin Jenner)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
  • Do you want to make love (SINGLE) - Francie Conway (1981)

    • Guests: Russ Ballard, Tim Renwick
    • Producer: Chris White
  • Jools Holland And The Millionaires - Jools Holland (1981)

    • Members: Jools Holland + Mike Paice, Pino Palladino
    • Guests: Kim Lesley, Tim Renwick
    • Producer: Glyn Johns, Pete Wingfield
    • Comments: This keyboardist, singer, and TV personality, was a member of Squeeze. In this album, he's backed by his band The Millionaires: Pino Palladino (bass), Mike Paice (sax), Martin Deegan (drums), plus help from Tim Renwick (guitar).
  • Another hot night - Florence Warner (1981)

    • Guests: Simon Bell, Stuart Elliott, Joe Fagin, Barrie Guard, Teddy Irwin, Tim Renwick, Linda Taylor, Geoff Whitehorn, Dave Wintour (RIP: Ron Aspery, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
    • Comments: This fine vocalist appears in albums by Steely Dan, Donovan, Jimmy Buffett and Dan Fogelberg & Tim Weisberg. She has been releasing her solo material since 1973.
  • Pearls II - Elkie Brooks (1982)

    • Members: Elkie Brooks + Jimmy Chambers, John Giblin, Duncan Kinnell, John Lingwood, Duncan Mackay, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Graham Jarvis)
    • Guests: Katie Kissoon, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Frank Ricotti, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Martin Jenner)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: This was the first album I bought by this great lady. Great collections of covers: 'Money' (Pink Floyd), 'Don't stop' (Fleetwood Mac), 'Gasoline Alley' (Rod Stewart), 'Nights in white satin' (Moody Blues), etc. With superb players: Tim Renwick (guitar on 2 tracks, 'Our love' and 'Can't go on'), Geoff Whitehorn (guitar), Martin Jenner (guitar), John Giblin (bass), Pete Wingfield (keyboards, also backing vocals here), Duncan Mackay (keyboards), Dave Mattacks (drums), John Lingwood (drums), Graham Jarvis (drums), Duncan Kinnell (drums), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Katie Kissoon & Jimmy Chambers (backing vocals). Album produced by the late Gus Dudgeon. The arrangers for the tracks are Pete Wingfield, Geoff Whitehorn, Duncan Mackay and John Giblin.
  • Heartbreaker - Dionne Warwick (1982)

    • Guests: George Bitzer, Dan Bonsanti, Neal Bonsanti, Gary Brown, Dennis Bryon, Ken Faulk, Steve Gadd, Peter Graves, Brett Murphey, Gene Orloff, George Perry, Tim Renwick, Whit Sidener, George Terry (RIP: Joe Lala, Richard Tee)
    • Producer: Albhy Galuten, Barry Gibb, Karl Richardson
    • Comments: I know, I know, I've used the word ´superb´ too many times here, but it's always true. Dionne Warwick recorded fantastic hits in the 60s, and her career was revitalized after teaming with the Bee Gees for this album, produced by Barry Gibb, and recorded with many of the usual musicians around the Bee Gees: the superb George Terry (guitar), Albhy Galuten (keyboards), George Bitzer (keyboards), Richard Tee (keyboards), George ´Chocolate´ Perry (bass), Dennis Bryon (drums), Joe Lala (percussion), Peter Graves (horns). Tim Renwick was also working for them, so he appears here. I can't stop loving her ´Heartbreaker´ song.
  • Play the best of The Alan Parsons Project - Andrew Powell And The Philharmonia Orchestra (August 1983)

    • Members: Andrew Powell
    • Guests: Ian Bairnson, Stuart Elliott, David Paton + Alan Jones, Max Middleton, Mike Moran, Tim Renwick (RIP: Ron Aspery, Morris Pert)
    • Technical: Haydn Bendall, Steve Jackson, Jon Kelly
    • Comments: The great Andrew Powell is a superb arranger and conductor (also keyboardist), and his name has been usually associated with Alan Parsons. So, he was the best choice for playing this simphonic tribute. Apart from the orchestra, the rock musicians are the usual APP team: the fantastic team Ian Bairnson (guitar), David Paton (bass), Stuart Elliott (drums), plus Tim Renwick (guitar on 5 tracks), Max Middleton (keyboards), Mike Moran (keyboards), Ron Aspery (sax), Alan Jones (bass), Morris Pert (percussion). The album has been released on CD, but one of the reissues wore a different title: The Alan Parsons Project played by Andrew Powell.
  • Eyes that see in the dark - Kenny Rogers (August 1983)

    • Guests: George Bitzer, Albhy Galuten, John Hobbs, Mitch Holder, Paul Leim, Dolly Parton, Tim Renwick, Fred Tackett, George Terry (RIP: Maurice Gibb)
    • Producer: Barry Gibb
    • Technical: Karl Richardson
    • Comments: Another Barry Gibb production. In fact, all the tracks are written by the Bee Gees. With their usual team: George Terry (guitar), George Bitzer (keyboards), Alhby Galuten (keyboards), Ron Zeigler (drums), and Tim Renwick (guitar), Mitch Holder (guitar), Fred Tackett (guitar). With Dolly Parton guesting on vocals.
  • Solid romance - Dana Gillespie (1984)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie
    • Guests: Peter Arnesen, Ginny Clee, Julian Diggle, Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Producer: Phill Brown
    • Comments: English singer and actress, she was born Dana Richenda Antoinette de Winterstein Gillespie!!! She started his singer career in 1969, and David Bowie helped her in 1974.
      On Solid romance, she's backed by Tim Renwick (guitar), Peter Arnesen (keyboards), Tim Cross (keyboards), and Julian Diggle (keyboards).
  • Playing the recorder - Elizabeth Page And The Holborne Consort Of Recorders (1984)

    • Guests: Rod Argent, Gordon Giltrap, Tim Renwick
    • Comments: This rare album features Rod Argent (keyboards), Tim Renwick (guitar), Gordon Giltrap (guitar), among others.
  • Flaunt the imperfection - China Crisis (1985)

    • Members: (RIP: Kevin Wilkinson)
    • Guests: Simon Clarke, Ginny Clee, Steve Gregory, Roddy Lorimer, Nick Magnus, Tim Renwick, Tim Sanders, Pete Thoms
    • Producer: (RIP: Walter Becker)
    • Technical: Phill Brown
    • Comments: They were a new wave band who had a very big success in Spain with their precedent album. They followed the style of Steely Dan, and in this album, Flaunt the imperfection, they were to lucky to have Walter Becker as producer. Also guesting: Tim Renwick (guitar), Nick Magnus (keyboards, from Steve Hackett band), Simon Clarke (sax), Steve Gregory (sax), Roddy Lorimer (horns), Tim Sanders (sax), Pete Thoms (trombone), Kevin Wilkinson (drums).
  • It belongs to me - Dana Gillespie (1985)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie
    • Guests: Ginny Clee, Simon Edwards, Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Producer: Phill Brown
  • Silk & Steel - 5 Star (1986)

    • Guests: Robert Ahwai, John Altman, Mike Baird, Gary Barnacle, Michael Boddicker, Dave Boruff, Graham Broad, Andy Duncan, Graham Edwards, Nick Glennie-Smith, Jerry Hey, Paul Jackson, Luis Jardim, David Levy, Billy Livsey, Frank Mead, Keith More, Greg Phillinganes, Tim Renwick, Larry Williams, Pete Wingfield, Art Wood
    • Technical: Steve Chase, Jay Graydon, Tim Young
  • Take it or leave it - Jimmy Nail (1986)

    • Guests: John Barclay, Jo Burt, Paul Carmen, Richard Cottle, Jeff Daly, Felix Krish, Ian Lynn, Andrew Mackintosh, Tessa Niles, Alan Park, Tim Renwick, Danny Schogger, Jamie Talbot, Linda Taylor, Roger Taylor, Geoff Whitehorn, Neal Wilkinson (RIP: Rick Parfitt, Derek Watkins)
    • Comments: In this album, Jimmy Nail is backed by: Tim Renwick (guitar), Geoff Whitehorn (guitar), Rick Parfitt (guitar, from Status Quo), Felix Krish (bass), Jo Burt (bass, he once played in Black Sabbath), Richard Cottle (keyboards), Jeff Daly (horns), Neil Wilkinson (drums), Roger Taylor (drums, from Queen), and backing vocals by Linda Taylor and Tessa Niles, among others.
  • Primitive cool - Mick Jagger (1987)

    • Members: Mick Jagger + Phil Ashley, Jeff Beck, Richard Cottle, Simon Phillips, Jimmy Ripp, Doug Wimbish
    • Guests: Cindy Mizelle + Jocelyn Brown, Jon Faddis, Omar Hakim, Paddy Moloney, Greg Phillinganes, Vernon Reid, Tim Renwick, David Sanborn, Pat Seymour, G E Smith, Brenda White King
    • Comments: Tim Renwick appears playing guitar here, although uncredited.
  • Kettle drum blues - Paul Roberts (1987)

    • Members: Paul Roberts
    • Guests: Clem Clempson + Simon Edwards, Jack Emblow, Stevie Lange, Robin Langridge, Jody Linscott, Ian Maidman, Noel McCalla, Morris Michael, Andy Pask, Tim Renwick, Chris Wyles (RIP: Pat Crumly)
    • Producer: Phill Brown
  • Heart over mind - Jennifer Rush (1987)

    • Members: Jennifer Rush + Myriam Naomi Valle
    • Guests: Beth Anderson, Jimmy Bralower, Michael Braun, Graham Broad, Alan Carvell, Richard Cottle, Nathan East, Harold Faltermeyer, Anton Fig, Siedah Garrett, Diana Grasselli, Al Greenwood, Gordon Grody, Dann Huff, Paul Jackson, Elton John, Jon Joyce, Robbie Kilgore, Robbie Kondor, Russ Kunkel, Edie Lehmann, Greg Phillinganes, Darryl Phinnessee, Joe Pizzulo, Tim Renwick, Bruce Roberts, John Robinson, Jim Ryan, Richie Sambora, John Siegler, Leland Sklar, Bobby Stern (RIP: J J Belle, Jimmy Maelen)
    • Producer: Brian Reeves (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Chris Lord-Alge
    • Comments: This female singer had a huge hit in Spain with one of her songs. In this album, she has the pleasure of being backed by Tim Renwick (guitar), Richie Sambora (guitar, from Bon Jovi), Dann Huff (guitar), Jim Ryan (guitar), Nathan East (bass), Leland Sklar (bass), Harold Faltermeyer (keyboards), Greg Phillinganes (keyboards), Al Greenwood (keyboards), Richie Cottle (bass, keyboards), Graham Broad (drums), Anton Fig (drums), Russ Kunkel (drums), John Robinson (drums), Jimmy Bralower (drums), and backing vocals by Ellen Shipley, Siedah Garrett, Myriam Valle, Jocelyn Brown, Richard Marx, Syreeta Wright, Elton John (!!!). Lots of producers; among them: Desmond Child and Gus Dudgeon.
  • Beautiful night (SINGLE) - Paul McCartney (December 1987)

    • Members: Paul McCartney
    • Guests: Nick Glennie-Smith, Charlie Morgan, Tim Renwick
    • Comments: In December 1997, Paul releases a CD single, with 3 tracks. The first one, ´Beautiful night´ was taken from the Flaming Pie album, but the other ones aren't included in any album. The 2nd one is called ´Love come tumbling down´, recorded in March 1987, with this lineup: Paul McCartney (vocals), Tim Renwick (guitar), Nick Glennie-Smith (keyboards), Charlie Morgan (drums).
  • Love in the afternoon - Claire Hamill (1988)

    • Members: Claire Hamill
    • Guests: Martin Ditcham, Nick Magnus, Tim Renwick, Brian Willoughby (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Technical: (RIP: John Acock)
    • Comments: A wonderful singer. In this album, she's backed by Tim Renwick (guitar), the great Brian Willoughby (guitar, from Strawbs), Nick Magnus (keyboards), Tim Cross (keyboards), Martin Ditcham (percussion).
  • Rescue - Rod Argent (1989)

    • Members: Rod Argent
    • Guests: Peter Van Hooke + Tim Renwick
    • Comments: The cerebrum under The Zombies and Argent. In this solo album, he's backed by his great friend Peter Van Hooke (drums), plus Tim Renwick (guitar).
  • Amor - Dana Gillespie (1989)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie + Ed Deane, David Malin
    • Guests: Ginny Clee, Curt Cress, Pandit Dinesh, Simon Edwards, Frank Mead, Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
    • Comments: Amor features, among others: Tim Renwick (guitar, bass), Ed Deane (guitar), Tim Cross (keyboards), Frank Mead (sax), Curt Cress (drums).
  • Dreamworld - Steve Booker (1990)

    • Guests: Martin Bell, David Clifton, Neil Conti, Martin Ditcham, Geoff Dugmore, John Giblin, Matt Irving, Carol Kenyon, Tessa Niles, Tim Renwick, Danny Schogger, Steve Simpson, Neil Taylor, Gavyn Wright
    • Producer: Jon Kelly
    • Comments: This album features Tim Renwick (guitar), Steve Simpson (guitar), Neil Taylor (guitar), John Giblin (bass), Matt Irving (accordion), Geoff Dugmore (drums), Martin Ditcham (percussion), and backing vocals by Tessa Niles, Carol Kenyon.
  • Paris - Jon English / David Mackay (1990)

    • Members: (RIP: Jon English)
    • Guests: Laurence Cottle, Richard Cottle, Joe Fagin, Ian Lynn, Val McKenna, Tim Renwick, Susie Webb, Trevor White, Geoff Whitehorn, Neal Wilkinson (RIP: Gareth Mortimer, Harry Nilsson, Demis Roussos)
    • Comments: This double album features many vocalists, as well as some of my favourite players: Tim Renwick (guitar), Geoff Whitehorn (guitar, sitar), Laurence Cottle (bass), Richard Cottle (keyboards), Ian Lynn (keyboards), Chris Cozens (keyboards), Cliff Hall (keyboards), Ron Aspery (sax), Neil Wilkinson (drums), and vocals by John Parr, Joe Fagin, Harry Nilsson, Barry Humphries, Francis Rossi, Demis Roussos. With the London Symphony Orchestra.
  • Where blue begins - Dana Gillespie (1990)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie + Ed Deane
    • Guests: George Chandler, Ginny Clee, Charlie Hart, Frank Mead, Tim Renwick, Bob Ross, Pete Wingfield
    • Producer: Mike Vernon
    • Comments: On Where blue begins, she's backed by Tim Renwick (guitar), Ed Deane (guitar), Bob Ross (keyboards), Mike Vernon (percussion, also producer), Charlie Hart, Frank Mead (sax), Pete Wingfield (keyboards). It includes a rendition of a Dr. John song, 'I walk on gilded splinters'. CD contains 1 bonus track.
  • Flowers in the dirt - Paul McCartney (1990)

    • Members: Paul McCartney + Robbie McIntosh, Hamish Stuart, Chris Whitten (RIP: Linda McCartney)
    • Guests: Guy Barker, Dave Bishop, David Brown, Elvis Costello, Liberty DeVitto, David Foster, Mitchell Froom, David Gilmour, Nick Glennie-Smith, Neil Jason, Dave Lebolt, Steve Lipson, Dave Mattacks, Charlie Morgan, Richard Niles, Tim Renwick, David Rhodes, Chris White (RIP: Clare Fischer, Nicky Hopkins, George Martin)
    • Producer: Trevor Horn (RIP: Phil Ramone)
    • Technical: Tchad Blake, Jon Kelly (RIP: Geoff Emerick)
    • Comments: The edition from 1999 contains 3 bonus tracks.
  • La Fidelite mon amour - Pierre Morin (1991)

    • Guests: Mel Gaynor, Nick Ingman, Luis Jardim, Kevin Mulligan, Mick Parker, Tim Renwick, Chris White, Pete Wingfield, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Carole Fredericks)
  • Don´t force the river - Jackie Quinn (1991)

    • Members: Jackie Quinn
    • Guests: P P Arnold, Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler, Judy Cheeks, Alan Clark, Simon Clarke, Les Davidson, Snake Davis, Mickey Feat, Paul Franklin, Jimmy Helms, Luis Jardim, Roddy Lorimer, Richard Niles, Phil Palmer, Tim Renwick, Tim Sanders, Beverley Skeete, Gavyn Wright
    • Producer: Jamie Lane
  • Distant drum - Mort Shuman (1991)

    • Members: (RIP: Mort Shuman)
    • Guests: Rod Argent, Russ Ballard, Clem Clempson, Mark Cresswell, Martin Ditcham, Deon Estus, Mo Foster, Carol Kenyon, Tim Renwick, Linda Taylor, Peter Van Hooke (RIP: J J Belle)
    • Comments: This album features Clem Clempson (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar), Russ Ballard (guitar), Mo Foster (bass), Mark Cresswell (guitar), Rod Argent (keyboards), Peter Van Hooke (drums), Martin Ditcham (percussion), horns by The Kick Horns, and vocals by Carol Kenyon, Linda Taylor, Deon Estus. Argent and Van Hooke are the producers of the album.
  • Beat of love - Chris Thompson (1991)

    • Members: Chris Thompson
    • Guests: Harold Faltermeyer, Gary Herbig, Carol Kenyon, Tim Renwick, Miriam Stockley, Linda Taylor, Chris White
    • Comments: Great vocalist. In this album, produced by Harold Faltermeyer (also playing keyboards), we can find Tim Renwick (guitar), Gary Herbig (sax), Chris White (sax), and backing vocals by Miriam Stockley and Carol Kenyon. Guest vocals by Linda Taylor and the veteran Mavis Staples. As a curiosity, there are some tracks co-written by Procol Harum lyricist, Keith Reid, and one song co-written by keyboard maestro Jean-Jacques Kravetz.
  • New world - Zombies (1991)

    • Members: Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone (RIP: Paul Atkinson)
    • Guests: Tim Renwick, Laurie Wisefield (RIP: Duncan Browne, Claude Nobs)
    • Producer: (RIP: David Richards)
    • Technical: Nick Robbins
  • Methods of release - Dana Gillespie (1993)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie + David Malin
    • Guests: Andy Caine, Mel Collins, Pandit Dinesh, Mel Gaynor, Charlie Hart, Durga McBroom, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick (RIP: Tim Cross)
  • Debravation - Deborah Harry (1993)

    • Members: Geoff Dugmore
    • Guests: Jon Astley, Steve Barnacle, Andy Caine, Anne Dudley, Michael Hehir, Tessa Niles, Andy Pask, Stephen Piggott, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Frank Ricotti, Danny Schogger, Linda Taylor, Phil Todd, Jeffery C J Vanston, Danny Wilensky (RIP: J J Belle)
  • Painted desert serenade - Joshua Kadison (May 1993)

    • Guests: Rod Argent, Mark Berrow, Rosemary Butler, Clem Clempson, Mark Cresswell, Martin Ditcham, Lance Ellington, Denny Fongheiser, Roger Garland, John Giblin, Paul Jones, Paul Kegg, Carol Kenyon, David Lasley, Chris Laurence, Helen Liebmann, Rita Manning, Arnold McCuller, Tessa Niles, Peter Oxer, Phil Parlapiano, John Pierce, Tim Pierce, Valerie Pinkston-Mayo, Tim Renwick, Frank Ricotti, George Robertson, Bob Smissen, Stephen Tees, Helen Terry, Ian Thomas, Ruby Turner, Carmen Twillie, Peter Van Hooke, Jeffery C J Vanston, Fred White, Neal Wilkinson, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Wilf Gibson)
    • Producer: David Kershenbaum
    • Technical: John Kurlander
    • Comments: Joshua Kadison is a pianist and singer. This is his 1st solo album, where he is very well backed by many famous names.
    • My opinion: I find the album very much in the Elton John style, I like it a lot.
  • The Crossing - Paul Young (October 1993)

    • Members: Paul Young + Pino Palladino
    • Guests: Charlie Bisharat, Robbie Buchanan, David Campbell, Lenny Castro, Luis Conte, Larry Corbett, Jim Cox, Kevin Dorsey, Alan Estes, Davey Faragher, Jim Gilstrap, Mark Goldenberg, Ed Greene, Willie Greene, Portia Griffin, Gary Herbig, Neil Hubbard, Hutch Hutchinson, Mark Isham, Paul Jackson, Suzie Katayama, Adrian Lee, Arno Lucas, Sylvia Mason-James, Tommy Morgan, Jamie Muhoberac, Novi Novag, Dean Parks, Greg Phillinganes, Darryl Phinnessee, Tim Renwick, Angel Rogers, Anita Sherman, Leslie Smith, Linda Taylor, Benmont Tench, Lee R Thornburg, Peter Van Hooke, Freddie Washington, Kirk Whalum, Ken Wild, Jessica Williams (RIP: Jon Clarke, Wayne Jackson, Larry Knechtel, Andrew Love, Jeff Porcaro, Billy Preston, Myrna Smith, Bob Thiele, Reggie Young)
    • Producer: Christopher Neil, Don Was
    • Technical: Bob Clearmountain, Chris Lord-Alge, George Massenburg, Rik Pekkonen, Marnie Riley, Bill Schnee (RIP: Ed Cherney)
    • Comments: This album has collaborations by Tim Renwick (guitar), Neil Hubbard (guitar), Mark Goldenberg (guitar), Dean Parks (guitar), Reggie Young (guitar, a great country musician), Billy Preston (keyboards), Adrian Lee (keyboards, bass), Benmont Tench (guitar, from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers), Larry Knetchel (keyboards), Greg Phillinganes (keyboards), Martin Page (keyboards), Bob Thiele (keyboards), Jim Cox (keyboards), Robbie Buchanan (keyboards), Pino Palladino (bass), James 'Hutch' Hutchinson (bass), Davey Faragher (bass), Mark Isham (trumpet), The Memphis Horns, Lenny Castro (percussion), Jeff Porcaro (drums), Ed Greene (drums), Peter Van Hooke (drums), Don Was (producer).
  • The Colour of my love - Celine Dion (1994)

    • Guests: Jimmy Bralower, Robbie Buchanan, Lenny Castro, Paulinho Da Costa, Michael Fisher, David Foster, Simon Franglen, Claude Gaudette, Skyler Jett, Randy Kerber, Jeremy Lubbock, Bob Mann, Jean McClain, Aldo Nova, Dean Parks, Leon Pendarvis, John Pierce, Tim Pierce, Stephen Piggott, Tim Renwick, Claytoven Richardson, John Robinson, Neil Stubenhaus, Michael Thompson
    • Producer: Humberto Gatica, Vlado Meller, Christopher Neil
    • Technical: Ken Allardyce, Brian Malouf, Dave Reitzas, Marnie Riley, Frank Wolf, Erik Zobler
    • Comments: The colour of my love probably was the album that sent Celine to international stardom. With great sessionmen: Dean Parks (guitar), David Foster (keyboards, also producer).
  • Ceilings & walls - Mitch Malloy (1994)

    • Guests: Paul Carrack, Mark Feltham, Luis Jardim, Bernie Leadon, Josh Leo, Stephen Piggott, Jackie Rawe, Tim Renwick, Mike Rutherford
    • Producer: Christopher Neil
  • Hit the highway - The Proclaimers (1994)

    • Members: (RIP: Kevin Wilkinson)
    • Guests: Raul D´Oliveira, Martin Ditcham, Jerry Donahue, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Pete Thomas, Bobby Valentino
    • Producer: Pete Wingfield
    • Technical: Barry Hammond
    • Comments: They're a funny pop duo (I enjoy their song ´I´m gonna be (500 miles)´ a lot) formed by brothers Craig Reid and Charlie Reid. In this album, they have several great players, such as Tim Renwick (guitar), Jerry Donahue (guitar), Pete Wingfield (keyboards, also arranger and producer), prolific percussionist Martin Ditcham, Kevin Wilkinson (drums), Dave Mattacks (drums).
  • Latino - Sebastian Santa Maria (1994)

    • Members: (RIP: Sebastian Santa Maria)
    • Guests: Dave Bronze, Snake Davis, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick
    • Comments: Sebastian Santa Maria was a keyboardist and singer from Chile who sadly passed away very young in 1996. In this album we can find Latin players as well as the cream of British session men, such as Tim Renwick, Dave Bronze, Snake Davies or Dave Mattacks.
  • Second sight - Chris Youlden (1995)

    • Members: Chris Youlden
    • Guests: Steve Gregory, Tim Renwick, Bob Ross, Innes Sibun, Pete Wingfield
    • Producer: Mike Vernon
    • Comments: He was the vocalist in Savoy Brown from 1967 to 1970. In this recent album, produced by Mike Vernon, he sings along with Tim Renwick (guitar), Innes Sibun (guitar), Gary Shaw (guitar), Pete Wingfield (keyboards), Bob Ross (keyboards), John Baggot (keyboards), Steve Gregory (sax), B.A. Fox (drums).
  • Across from midnight - Joe Cocker (1997)

    • Members: Kenny Aronoff, Hutch Hutchinson, Dean Parks, Chris Stainton, Jeffery C J Vanston (RIP: Joe Cocker)
    • Guests: Matt Backer, Miles Bould, Alexandra Brown, Luis Conte, Chris Difford, Joey Diggs, Geoff Dunn, Mark Feltham, Gary Grant, Jerry Hey, Dan Higgins, Nick Ingman, Mortonette Jenkins, Marlena Jeter, Ronnie Johnson, Michael Landau, Graham Lyle, Tessa Niles, Rafael Padilla, Tim Pierce, Stephen Piggott, Bill Reichenbach, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, John Robinson, Steve Sidwell, Phil Spalding, Neil Stubenhaus, Jamie Talbot, Glenn Tilbrook, Lamont Van Hook, Fred White (RIP: Claudia Fontaine, Dick Marx)
    • Producer: Chris Lord-Alge (RIP: Bob Thiele)
    • Technical: Tony Cousins (RIP: Doug Sax)
    • Comments: Joe Cocker has always included great musicians in his albums. In this one, we can find Tim Renwick (guitar), Michael Landau (guitar), Tim Pierce (guitar), Ronnie Johnson (guitar), Dean Parks (guitar), Graham Lyle (guitar), Phil Spalding (bass), Neil Stubenhaus (bass), James 'Hutch' Hutchinson (bass), his long time friend Chris Stainton (keyboards), Steve Piggott (keyboards), Chris Difford & Glenn Tilbrook (from Squeeze), Jamie Talbot (sax), Mark Feltham (harmonica), John Robinson (drums), Geoff Dunn (drums), and the mighty Kenny Aronoff (drums). Backing vocals by Tessa Niles, Claudia Fontaine and others. It includes a cover of Bob Marley's ´Could you be loved´.
  • A Night at the movies - David Essex (April 1997)

    • Members: David Essex
    • Guests: Keith Airey, Dave Arch, Trevor Barry, Paul Keogh, Melanie Marshall, Brett Morgan, Tim Renwick, Miriam Stockley
    • Producer: Mike Batt
  • The Voice - Chris Farlowe (1998)

    • Members: Chris Farlowe + Norman Beaker, Paul Burgess, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Lenni, John Price
    • Guests: Ronnie Leahy + Elkie Brooks, Paul Clarvis, Laurence Cottle, Steve Price, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis
    • Producer: Clem Clempson, Kris Gray
    • Technical: Steve Chase, Gwyn Mathias
    • Comments: In 1998, Farlowe releases a new album, The voice, produced by Clem Clempson (who also plays guitar). With Elkie Brooks and The Chanter Sisters (Irene and Doreen Chanter) on vocals, Tim Renwick (guitar), Norman Beaker (guitar), Ricky Bird (guitar), John Price (bass), Laurence Cottle (bass), Steve Price (bass), Ronnie Leahy (keyboards), Paul Burgess (drums), Gary Wallis (drums), Lennie Crookes (sax).
    • My opinion: Fantastic album, very well played and produced. It´s a pleasure listening to the Chanter Sisters backing Farlowe so fine.
  • Back to the blues - Dana Gillespie (1998)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie + Dino Baptiste, Ed Deane, Javier Garcia, Chris Hunt, David Malin, Mike Paice, Matt Schofield, Todd Sharpville
    • Guests: Dominic Miller, Frankie Miller, Tim Renwick, Pete Thomas, Andy Winfield
  • Edyta Gorniak - Edyta Gorniak (1998)

    • Guests: Hugh Burns, Paul Carrack, Alan Carvell, Christine Collister, Melanie Harrold, Luis Jardim, Robbie McIntosh, Stephen Piggott, Jackie Rawe, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Linda Taylor, John Themis, Phil Todd, Peter Van Hooke, Neal Wilkinson
    • Producer: Christopher Neil
  • All the way - a decade of songs - Celine Dion (1999)

    • Guests: Walter Afanasieff, Kenny Aronoff, Jeff Bova, David Foster, Dann Huff, Bashiri Johnson, Michael Landau, Eddie Martinez, Aldo Nova, Dean Parks, Tim Renwick, John Robinson, Steve Skinner, Michael Thompson (RIP: Frank Sinatra)
    • Comments: All the way: a decade of songs is a compilation, with some of her greatest hits. Lots of musicians; among others: Tim Renwick (guitar), Dann Huff (guitar), Michael Landau (guitar), Eddie Martinez (guitar), Dean Parks (guitar), Michael Thompson (guitar), Jeff Bova (keyboards), David Foster (keyboards), Kenny Aronoff (drums).
  • Edycja Specjalna - Edyta Gorniak (January 1999)

    • Guests: Hugh Burns, Paul Carrack, Alan Carvell, Peter Gordeno, Luis Jardim, Stephen Piggott, Jackie Rawe, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Linda Taylor, Ian Thomas, Phil Todd, Judie Tzuke, Peter Van Hooke, Paul ´Wix´ Wickens, Neal Wilkinson
    • Producer: Christopher Neil
    • Comments: Edyta is a Polish artist. This album features Tim Renwick (guitar), Hugh Burns (guitar), Steve Piggott (bass, keyboards), Paul Carrack (keyboards), Paul 'Wix' Wickens (keyboards), Phil Todd (sax), Neil Wilkinson, Peter Van Hooke (percussion), Louis Jardine (percussion), Kit Hain (arrangements), and vocals by the great Alan Carvell, Linda Taylor, Judie Tzuke.
  • Songs of love - Dana Gillespie (2001)

    • Members: Dana Gillespie + Dino Baptiste, Ed Deane, Javier Garcia, Evan Jenkins, David Malin, Mike Paice, Matt Schofield, Todd Sharpville, Martyn C Winning (RIP: Sam Mitchell)
    • Guests: Chandru, Ginny Clee, Curt Cress, Pandit Dinesh, Simon Edwards, Nick Payn, Tim Renwick, Andy Winfield (RIP: Tim Cross)
  • That was only yesterday - the last EP - David Byron (March 2008)

    • Members: (RIP: David Byron)
    • Guests: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Neil Conti, Tim Renwick (RIP: Alan Spenner)
    • Comments: Collection of tracks recorded in February 1984 but unreleased until 2008.
  • Spinoza´s dream - Dave Nachmanoff (May 2016)

  • Dream on - Third Man ( - )

    • Members: Dana Gillespie
    • Guests: Dino Baptiste + Ed Deane, David Malin, Tim Renwick
COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (14 credits)
  • A Favourite Garland - Shirley Collins (1974)

    • Members: Shirley Collins + Ashley Hutchings, John Kirkpatrick, Richard Thompson
    • Guests: Dave Bland, Terry Cox, Barry Dransfield, Tony Hall, Dave Mattacks, Simon Nicol, Roger Powell, Maddy Prior, Tim Renwick (RIP: Dolly Collins + Davy Graham, Christopher Hogwood, David Munrow)
    • Producer: Joe Boyd, Ray Horricks, Sandy Roberton, John Wood
    • Technical: Jerry Boys
  • Spotlight on - Magna Carta (1977)

    • Members: Davey Johnstone
    • Guests: Tony Carr, Gerry Conway, Alun Eden, Derek Grossmith, Spike Heatley, Dave Peacock, Tim Renwick, Jean Roussel, Graham Smith, Tony Visconti, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Gordon Huntley, Harold McNair, Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: Tony Cox (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: Spotlight on is a compilation featuring the different band members, plus guests: Tim Renwick (guitar), Gordon Huntley (pedal steel guitar), Spike Heatley (bass), Tony Visconti (bass), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Harold McNair (flute), Gerry Conway (drums), Tony Carr (percussion).
  • Legend - Mickey Jupp (1978)

    • Members: Mickey Jupp + John Bobin, Bob Clouter, Bill Legend, Mo Witham
    • Guests: Gary Brooker, Chris Copping, Nigel Dunbar, Chris East, Matthew Fisher, Steve Geere, Colin Gibson, Jimmy Jewell, Glen LeFleur, Micky Moody, Del Newman, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti (RIP: B J Wilson)
    • Producer: Sandy Roberton, Pete Solley, Robin Trower, Tony Visconti
    • Technical: Eddie Offord
    • Comments: British singer and songwriter, Mickey Jupp started his career in The Orioles. He has written songs for Dr. Feelgood, Nick Lowe, Gary Brooker, Elkie Brooks, The Searchers and Roger Chapman, among others. Around 1969, he formed the band Legend, until 1972. In 1978, it was released a Legend compilation, credited to his name, including some solo tracks, featuring Tim Renwick (Tim played in a single from 1977, produced by Pete Solley). Important guests: Tim Renwick (guitar), Micky Moody (guitar), Jimmy Jewell (sax), Colin Gibson (bass), Glen LeFleur (percussion), Henry Spinetti (drums), and many members from Procol Harum (his manager was a former member of the band): Gary Brooker (keyboards), Chris Copping (bass), Pete Solley (keyboards), Robin Trower (guitar), and B.J. Wilson (drums).
  • China Crisis collection: the very best of China Crisis - China Crisis (June 1997)

    • Members: (RIP: Kevin Wilkinson)
    • Guests: Gary Barnacle, Nick Magnus, Andy Pask, Tim Renwick
    • Producer: Clive Langer, Peter Walsh (RIP: Walter Becker)
    • Comments: China Crisis collection: the very best of China Crisis is a good compilation. Featuring Tim Renwick (guitar), Andy Pask (bass), Nick Magnus (keyboards), Gary Barnacle (sax), Kevin Wilkinson (drums).
  • Within sound - Shirley Collins (2002)

    • Members: Shirley Collins + Steve Ashley, Barry Dransfield, Michael Gregory, Ashley Hutchings, John Kirkpatrick, Dave Mattacks, Simon Nicol, John Tams, Graeme Taylor, Richard Thompson (RIP: Royston Wood)
    • Guests: Dave Bland, Terry Cox, Pat Donaldson, John Fordham, Richard Harvey, Nigel Portman Smith, Roger Powell, Maddy Prior, Tim Renwick, Bob Stewart, Robin Williamson (RIP: Davy Graham + Peter Bellamy, Dolly Collins, Robin Hall, Christopher Hogwood, Bert Jansch, Martin Jenkins, Peter Wood)
    • Producer: Joe Boyd, John Gilbert, Ray Horricks, Sandy Roberton (RIP: Alan Lomax)
    • Technical: Dennis Blackham, Jerry Boys (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: Boxset with 4 CDs, including 33 unreleased tracks.
  • The Best of... - The Proclaimers (June 2002)

    • Members: (RIP: Kevin Wilkinson)
    • Guests: Arran Ahmun, Raul D´Oliveira, Jerry Donahue, Mick Dyche, Gerry Hogan, Hutch Hutchinson, Chuck Leavell, Greg Leisz, Ian Maidman, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Paul Robinson, Steve Shaw
    • Producer: Chris Kimsey, Hugh Murphy, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Gerry Rafferty)
    • Technical: Barry Hammond
    • Comments: Compilation with 3 new tracks.
  • The Best of - Mitch Malloy (2004)

    • Guests: Mike Brignardello, Mickey Curry, John Jorgenson, Bernie Leadon, Josh Leo, Hugh McDonald, Jerry McPherson, Stephen Piggott, Tim Renwick, Mike Rutherford, MIchael Thompson, Jeffery C J Vanston
  • Dogs got more sense: the Decca years 1974-1977 - Michael Chapman (July 2004)

    • Members: Rod Clements, B J Cole, Rick Kemp, Nigel Pegrum (RIP: Keef Hartley, Mick Ronson, Johnny Van Derrick)
    • Guests: Mutt Lange, Andy Latimer, John McBurnie, Maddy Prior, Tim Renwick, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Vivienne McAuliffe, Peter Wood)
    • Producer: Don Nix
    • Technical: Dennis Blackham
    • Comments: 2CD with a DVD, it includes 3 complete albums plus rarities.
  • A Boxful of treasures - Sandy Denny (October 2004)

    • Members: Gerry Conway, Jerry Donahue, Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Dave Mattacks, Ian Matthews, Phil Palmer, Dave Pegg (RIP: Sandy Denny + Martin Lamble, Trevor Lucas, Dave Swarbrick)
    • Guests: Dave Cousins, Tony Hooper, Ashley Hutchings, Ralph McTell, Simon Nicol, Tony Reeves, Tim Renwick, Jess Roden, Michael Rosen, Jean Roussel, Alan Skidmore, Ian Whiteman, Steve Winwood (RIP: Acker Bilk, Ron Chesterman, Diz Disley, Kenn Gudman, Sneaky Pete Kleinow)
    • Producer: Joe Boyd, Jeff Griffin, Glyn Johns, John Wood
    • Technical: Robin Black, Dennis Blackham, Jerry Boys, Paschal Byrne (RIP: Andy Johns)
    • Comments: 5CD Boxset with lots of unreleased tracks.
  • Going where the music takes me - Amazing Blondel (November 2004)

    • Guests: Craig Austin + Alun Eden, Mickey Feat, Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg, Tim Renwick
    • Technical: Dennis Blackham
  • Dolly - Dolly Parton (2009)

    • Members: Dolly Parton + Vicki Hampton, Al Perkins, Red Young
    • Guests: Mike Baird, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Eddie Bayers, Dennis Belfield, Lea Jane Berinati, George Bitzer, George Bohanon, Neal Bonsanti, Alexandra Brown, Jimmy Capps, Mark Casstevens, Lenny Castro, Steve Cropper, Paulinho Da Costa, Linda Dillard, Earl Dumler, Stuart Duncan, Nathan East, Ken Faulk, Buzzy Feiten, Chuck Findley, Bela Fleck, Paul Franklin, Janie Fricke, Roy Galloway, Sonny Garrish, Barry Gibb, Steve Gibson, Vince Gill, Jim Gilstrap, Brian Glascock, Bob Glaub, Steve Goldstein, Gary Grant, Peter Graves, Jay Graydon, Lloyd Green, Ed Greene, Willie Greene, David Grisman, Bobbye Hall, Gary Herbig, Jerry Hey, Jim Horn, Craig Hull, David Hungate, Kim Hutchcroft, John Jarvis, Jim Keltner, Jerry Kennedy, Abraham Laboriel, Paul Leim, David Lindley, Kenny Malone, Rick Marotta, Richard Marx, Myrna Matthews, Mac McAnally, Marti McCall, Randy McCormick, Gene Morford, Wayne Moss, Larry Muhoberac, Michael Omartian, June Page, David Paich, Dean Parks, Herb Pedersen, Norbert Putnam, Bill Reichenbach, Tim Renwick, Hargus Pig Robbins, Peter Robinson, Billy Sanford, Tom Saviano, Rick Schlosser, Tom Scott, Dale Sellers, Jerry Shook, Whit Sidener, Lisa Silver, Leland Sklar, Denis Solee, Buddy Spicher, Stephanie Spruill, Neil Stubenhaus, Fred Tackett, George Terry, Ian Underwood, Marty Walsh, Bergen White, Larry Williams, Bob Wilson, Angela Winbush, Jai Winding (RIP: Don Warden + Roy Acuff, Chet Atkins, Ben Benay, Harold Bradley, Carl Butler, Larry Butler, Jerry Carrigan, Fred Carter Jr, Anita Carter, Tommy Cogbill, Jim Colvard, Wilma Lee Cooper, Floyd Cramer, Jimmie Crawford, Dr John, Pete Drake, Bobby Dyson, Maurice Gibb, Johnny Gimble, Buddy Harman, John Hughey, Roy M ´Junior´ Husky, Grandpa Jones, Buddy Killen, Dave Kirby, Larry Knechtel, Joe Lala, Larrie Londin, Steve Madaio, Joe Maphis, Hugh McCracken, Bill McElhiney, Terry McMillan, Farrell Morris, Minnie Pearl, Bill Phillips, Jeff Porcaro, Boots Randolph, Jerry Reed, Jimmy Riddle, Bobby Thompson, Ernest Tubb, Porter Wagoner, Kitty Wells, Paul Yandell, Chip Young, Reggie Young, Joe Zinkan)
    • Producer: Karl Richardson (RIP: Owen Bradley, Bob Ferguson)
    • Comments: 4CD.
  • Sandy Denny - Sandy Denny (November 2010)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Gerry Conway, Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Barry Dransfield, Rob Hendry, Tony Hooper, Dave Mattacks, Phil Palmer, Dave Pegg, Richard Thompson, Pete Willsher (RIP: Sandy Denny + Ron Chesterman, Trevor Lucas, Dave Swarbrick)
    • Guests: Ian Matthews, Linda Thompson + Roger Ball, Dave Cousins, Dick Cuthell, Jerry Donahue, Benny Gallagher, Sue Glover, Steve Gregory, Ashley Hutchings, Brother James, John Kirkpatrick, Chris Leslie, Sunny Leslie, Billy Livsey, Graham Lyle, Junior Marvin, Ralph McTell, Simon Nicol, Roger Powell, Tony Reeves, Tim Renwick, Jess Roden, Michael Rosen, Jean Roussel, Alan Skidmore, Danny Thompson, Claire Torry, Ian Whiteman, Steve Winwood (RIP: Martin Lamble + Ian Armit, Acker Bilk, Diz Disley, Sam Donahue, Kay Garner, Kenn Gudman, Robert Kirby, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Bruce Rowland, Allen Toussaint, Derek Wadsworth, Bob Weston, Royston Wood)
    • Producer: Joe Boyd, Glyn Johns, Manfred Mann, John Wood (RIP: Andy Johns, Lou Reizner)
    • Technical: Jerry Boys
    • Comments: Gigantic 19CD boxset, released as a limited edition. It includes all of Sandy´s studio material (alone or with Strawbs, Fairport Convention, Fotheringay...), plus 8 CDs full of unreleased tracks (both studio and live).
  • Worth the wait - Francie Conway ( - )

  • Cruisin´ 1964 - The Zombies ( - )

    • Members: Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone
    • Guests: Tim Renwick
    • Comments: Sometime around the 70s, The Zombies recorded a new version of their hit 'She's not there'. But as their guitarist, Paul Atkinson, wasn't available, they called Tim Renwick for the recording (along with Colin Blunstone (vocals), Rod Argent (keyboards), Chris White (bass), Hugh Grundy (drums)). I don't know if they recorded more tracks. ´She´s not there´ finally appeared in a Canadian compilation album, called Cruisin' 1964.

QUESTIONS:

01. Did The Tex Maniacs reunite again in 1988? With Tim Renwick?

02. Can someone help me with the lineup for the Tim Renwick live bands backing Tom Jones, Robin Gibb, Andy Gibb, Gilbert O´Sullivan, Murray Head, Maggie Reilly, Nick Heyward and Jackie Lomax?

03. Did Tim tour with China Crisis? I think I once read a concert review in a Spanish newspaper, but I´m not sure.

04. Humpy Bong was a band featuring Jonathan Kelly, Tim Staffell (from Smile and Morgan - the latter, with Morgan Fisher), Colin Petersen. Once I read that Tim Renwick played some sessions with them. This should be very early 70s. Has anyone info about it?

05. Has Tim played with Bridget St John?

06. Did Tim play in the sessions for the Bee Gees´ Staying alive album? Or in any other own sessions by Bee Gees?

07. Were there more drummers in Quiver, such as Conrad Isidore or Timi Donald?

08. Does Tim Renwick appear in the Bee Gees tracks on the Stayin´ alive soundtrack?


RELATED WEBSITE LINKS: 68


Official site(s) - tell them you saw the link here:

From the always interesting Alex's Picks (by Alex Gitlin), we have:

From the superb site Knights in Blue Denim: The British Blues Scene '68 - '70 (by Christer Fridhammar & Vanja), we have:

From the great site DME (by Dmitry M. Epstein), we have fantastic interviews:

From the fantastic The British Sound blog (by Bruno Ceriotti), we have rock family trees about:

Wikipedia doesn´t want to include links to this website, but I won´t do the same with them. So, from the great Wikipedia, we have:

Assorted links:

RELATED VIDEO LINKS: 30
Disclaimer: I don´t own or upload any of the videos linked here. I just include links to live videos that are already available, in order to show the work of this musician. Anyway, if someone feels that some link shouldn't be included, please write me at the email address shown below. And if you know of more videos featuring Tim Renwick, please, also write me with the link.
  • Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - Arms of Mary (1976)
  • Another different TV appearance. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Iain Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson.

  • Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - Secrets (1976)
  • Good TV appearance.
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Iain Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson.

  • Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - When the train comes in (1976)
  • Live at Top Of The Pops in July 1976. Very good quality. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Iain Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson.

  • Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - Arms of Mary
  • Very nice TV appearance playing this wonderful song.
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Iain Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson.

  • Sutherland Brothers & Quiver - Arms of Mary (1976)
  • Very nice TV appearance at the program Disco. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Gavin Sutherland, Iain Sutherland, John ´Willie´ Wilson.

  • Lazy Racer - Heart of Hearts
  • Featuring: Tim Gorman, Kelly Harland, Bill Lamb, Dave Markee, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti.

  • Roger Waters - 450 A.M Part 1 (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Running Shoes (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in July 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - The Gunner´s Dream (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Wish You Were Here (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - 456 A.M./458 A.M. (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - 501 A.M. Part 1 (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - 450 A.M. Part 2 (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Go Fishing (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in July 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - 501 A.M. Part 2 (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - 506 A.M. (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Encore (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - 511 A.M. (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Money (1984)
  • Roger Waters live, rehearsing in 1984. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Brain Damage - Eclipse (1984)
  • Roger Waters live in 1984. Not good quality. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark, Tim Renwick, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Dave Edmunds - Ballad of John & Yoko (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Kylie Minogue - Help (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert. You can hardly see other than the vocalists and Jody Linscott or John Giblin.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Kylie Minogue, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Al Green - Power To The People (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert. You can see Terry Williams, Jody Linscott and the horn section.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, Al Green, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Cyndi Lauper - Working Class Hero (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, The Kick Horns, Cyndi Lauper, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Joe Cocker - Isolation (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert. Joe Cocker with Chris Stainton and the house band.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Joe Cocker, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Chris Stainton, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Terence Trent D´Arby - You´ve Got To Hide Your Love Away (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Terence Trent D´Arby, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Natalie Cole - Ticket To Ride (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Natalie Cole, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • Tribute to John Lennon - Lou Gramm - Eight Days A Week (1990)
  • From the 1990 tribute concert.
    Featuring: Andy Caine, Anne Dudley, Dave Edmunds, John Giblin, Lou Gramm, The Kick Horns, Jody Linscott, Sylvia Mason-James, Gavin Povey, Tim Renwick, Juliet Roberts, Don Snow, Terry Williams.

  • The Bucket Boys - At Cropredy (2007)
  • Another live track recorded at Cropredy Festival in 2007 (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Steve Turner, John ´Willie´ Wilson, Rick Worthy. Bassist unknown to me.

  • The Bucket Boys - At Cropredy (2007)
  • Live at Cropredy Festival in 2007. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Tim Renwick, Steve Turner, John ´Willie´ Wilson, Rick Worthy. Bassist unknown to me.


THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Tim Renwick: for his kindness, his presents, and especially for all the wonderful music he has given us.
  • Gavin Sutherland: for being so friendly.
  • Kelly Harland: for her exquisite kindness, and for the great present.
  • Bruce Lynch: for his comments on Tim.
  • Rick Worthy: for info on The Bucket Boys.
  • Roger Swallow: for info on Al Stewart lineup with him.
  • Sarah Wayne: for all her great help and her presents.

  • Special Thanks to:
  • Steve Kennedy: for invaluable help.
  • Christer Fridhammar: for the contact with Steve Kennedy.
  • Bry Carling: for his interest and support (dedicated to you!).
  • Hermann Braunschmidt: for his valuable info on Gary Brooker and Procol Harum.
  • Lucy Cambridge: for corrections on Tim with David Bowie.
  • Jason Young: for his messages regarding Paul Young.
  • Justin Purington: for info on Little Women.
  • Rick Graham: for info on Sutherland Brothers.
  • Roland Clare: for great help regarding Procol Harum - check the site at Beyond the Pale (superb Procol Harum website) (1999).
  • Ivan Carling: for info on Wages Of Sin.
  • Arne Rasmussen: for info on Tim´s library albums; great help, as always.

  • Thanks to:
  • Alex Gitlin: as always, for help, music and endless scanning sessions for me.
  • George Isaac: for his kind words.
  • Greg Rowe: for info on Al Stewart.
  • Pedro Jose Lopez Fraile: for his message.
  • Beppe Bonaventura: for the info on the Elton John live band in 1980.
  • Dan Gordon: for his memories of some Sutherland Brothers & Quiver concerts.
  • Chrischa: for the nice message and offer of help.
  • Dwight Ferland: for his message.
  • Holden Knight: for info on The Dolphins (2000).
  • Harold Freshour: for his message.
  • Dan McCarthy: for his message.
  • Steinar Dahl: for info on Lazy Racer (2007).
  • Leo Philips: for info on The Bucket Boys.
  • David L Fry: for his message on Tim.
  • Nick Wells: for info about Tim appearing on TV with Jonathan Kelly.
  • Roger G Smith: for info on Little Women.
  • Erich McMann: for info on Tim´s sessions for Paul McCartney.
  • Joan: for his comments on the John Lennon tribute concert (I agree!).
  • Carlos: for info on Al Stewart live lineup in 1975.
  • Tim Hamill: for info on Al Stewart.
  • Paul Bugge: for info on The Bucket Boys.
  • Richard Cross: for info on The Bucket Boys.
  • Paul Kelly: for info on The Bucket Boys.
  • Don St John: for info on Mike Oldfield band members in 1982.
  • Raymond Steiner: for correcting an error on Rusty Young´s info in the Ace album.
  • Max White: for info on Al Stewart and Tim.
  • Kevin Smith: for info on Paul Carrack´s tour of 1997.

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    13/August/2010 - Page added to the blog.
    09/August/1999 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

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    Tim Renwick mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Dave Mattacks (24)
    John ´Willie´ Wilson (24)
    Peter Wood (19)
    Pete Wingfield (17)
    Tim Cross (15)
    Bruce Thomas (14)
    B J Cole (13)
    Paul Carrack (12)
    Gerry Conway (12)
    Frank Ricotti (12)
    Henry Spinetti (11)
    Linda Taylor (11)
    Peter Van Hooke (11)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 09/August/1999 - Last modified on: 29/November/2019. If you want to contribute with info, please write to: molympus1@gmail.com

    Please, note than you can check the indexes (musicians, bands, obituaries) at the top of this page.

    4 comments:

    1. There is a very rare German-only 7" from '67 by The Wages Of Sin. Definitely a UK-band. Tracks are "Hey Joe"/"N.S.U." The cover shows 4 young guys. Label is: Paletten Rec. SCH 5. Might well be T. Renwick's band, but I know of another Wages Of Sin from Birmingham, so...

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    2. Hi, Anonymous

      Thanks for your comment.

      The "Hey Joe / NSU" single that you mention is from The Wages Of Sin, but it's the band from Birmingham.

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    3. Hello, You asked for information about Tim Renwick appearing on a TV show with Jonathan Kelly. The Show was the Old Grey Whistle Test, introduced by Bob Harris. They played two songs, 'All In A New Light' and 'Down On Me' from Jonathan Kelley's album 'Wait Till They Change The Backdrop' the musicians on the show were, Jonathan Kelly, Tim Renwick, Jeff Whittaker & Mark Griffiths. The show was erased by the BBC, only a poor quality audio recording survives. Kindest regards. Gerald Sables. Jonathan Kelly Website.s

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      1. Hi, Gerald

        Thanks a lot for you info. I couldn't find the info on these musicians! I also have a page for Mark Griffiths, and didn't know about his involvement (except for Mark playing in the studio album). I absolutely love the "Twice around the houses" album, also featuring the recently deceased Dave Ball. If you want to write me at molympus1@gmail.com, send me the URL for your site, and I'll include it in the Links section, if you want. Thanks again.

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