This is intended to be a homage to very many musicians I've loved since I started listening to music. My intention is to tell what I know about them, hoping that those people who like them too, will help me fill numerous gaps, which I may have in their careers and discographies. Sorry, but there are no MP3 audio files here at all, just info (and love for the musicians).


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Monday, 31 May 2010

Jo Partridge (guitar)


BANDS:
BANDPERIODDETAILS
Colin Scot Band [1971-1972] 
Silverstone   
Philip Goodhand-Tait Band   
Joan Armatrading Band   
Kiki Dee Band [Sep 73-1975]1 album
David Essex Band [1975]3 albums
Steve Harley Band [1976-1977]5 albums + 1 compilation
China [1977] 
Elton John Band [1977] 
Steve Harley Band (again) [1979] 
Jon Anderson Band [1980]1 album
The Mechanics [2003-?] 
Mike Silver Band [2006-?]5 albums
Grooveyard [2010-?] 

BIOGRAPHY:

Amazing and underrated guitarist, I always wondered why he didn´t become a more famous player, a star. It seems he´s only loved by his mate musicians, but people out there should recognize his immense talent.

Born in 1954, he´s brother to lovely singer Diana Johnstone (who was the first wife of guitarist and Jo´s mate, Davey Johnstone).


COLIN SCOT BAND


Around 1971 and 1972, the late Colin Scot played his gigs backed by a very young guitar player. This was the start of Jo Partridge´s career:

COLIN SCOT BAND #?
1971-1972
Colin Scot
vocals, guitar



SILVERSTONE


Joe Partridge was part of the band Silverstone, but don´t have any other info. Help, please!

SILVERSTONE #?
?
+ others unknown to me. Help!



PHILLIP GOODHAND-TAIT BAND


Next thing for Jo Partridge was playing backing Phillip Goodhand-Tait. Again, complete lack of info here:

PHILLIP GOODHAND-TAIT BAND #?
?
Phillip Goodhand-Tait
vocals, keyboards
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of Phillip Goodhand-Tait Band (I know up to 11 members)
To be covered (9): Chas Cronk, Doug Ferguson, Chico Greenwood, DeLisle Harper, Ernie Hayes, Andy Latimer, Ronnie Leahy, Mick Underwood, Andy Ward


JOAN ARMATRADING BAND


Jo Partridge was hired as lead guitarist for the marvellous Joan Armatrading

JOAN ARMATRADING BAND #?
?
Joan Armatrading
vocals, guitar
+ others unknown to me. Help!
Kiki Dee Bandê

Can someone give me more details, please?

Jo left the band to join Kiki Dee.

Other info on members of Joan Armatrading Band (I know up to 50 members)
Already covered (1): Les Davidson
To be covered (48): Joan Armatrading, Simon Baisley, Richard Belke, Bill Bodine, Steve Brantley, Paul Burgess, Jon Cole, Gerry Conway, Spencer Cozens, Quitman Dennis, Julian Diggle, Jerry Donahue, Pat Donaldson, Prabjote Dsaiyn, Natalio Faingold, Laura Fairhurst, Mo Foster, Bryan Garofalo, Brian Glascock, Tim Goldsmith, Peter Gordeno, Bryn Haworth, Richie Hayward, Justin Hildreth, Ricky Hirsch,... up to 48 musicians.


KIKI DEE BAND


This was the Kiki Dee Band around September 1973:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
Sep 73
Kiki Dee
vocals
B J Cole
steel guitar
Mike Wedgwood
bass
Ronnie Leahy
keyboards
Florian Pilkington Miksa
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band from October 1973 to 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
Oct 73-74
Kiki Dee
vocals
B J Cole
steel guitar
Mike Wedgwood
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Pete Clarke
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around January 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
Jan 74
Kiki Dee
vocals
Phil Curtis
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Mike Deacon
keyboards
Pete Clarke
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around May 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
1974
Kiki Dee
vocals
B J Cole
steel guitar
Phil Curtis
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Pete Clarke
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around July 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
1974
Kiki Dee
vocals
B J Cole
steel guitar
Mike Wedgwood
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Pete Clarke
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around August 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
1974
Kiki Dee
vocals
Phil Curtis
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Roger Pope
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around September 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
1974
Kiki Dee
vocals
Phil Curtis
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Mike Deacon
keyboards
Pete Clarke
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around October 1974:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
1974
Kiki Dee
vocals
Phil Curtis
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Roger Pope
drums

This was the Kiki Dee Band around January 1975:

KIKI DEE BAND #?
1975
Kiki Dee
vocals
Phil Curtis
bass
Bias Boshell
keyboards
Roger Pope
drums

Other info on members of Kiki Dee Band (I know up to 32 members)
To be covered (31): Bias Boshell, Stu Calver, Chandru, Pete Clarke, B J Cole, Dennis Conway, Phil Curtis, Donnie Dacus, Andy Dalby, Mike Deacon, Kiki Dee, Pandit Dinesh, Ian Duck, Wendy Haas, Tim Hinkley, Steve Holley, Brian Holloway, Brea Howe, Davey Johnstone, Annabel Lamb, Ronnie Leahy, Carmelo Luggeri, Fred Mandel, John McBurnie, Rob Moitza,... up to 31 musicians.


DAVID ESSEX BAND


This was the David Essex Band for their 1975 tour, where they were supported by The Real Thing:

DAVID ESSEX BAND #?
1975
David Essex
vocals
Mike Thorn
bass
Ken Freeman
keyboards
Alan Wakeman
sax
Dave White
sax
Frank Ince
percussion

The double live album On tour must be from that tour (sorry, I don´t have it, so I can´t be sure). With all the musicians above plus The Real Things on vocals, and Jeff Wayne who was producing the album (and the tour).
Other info on members of David Essex Band (I know up to 27 members)
Already covered (2): Barry De Souza, Mark Griffiths
To be covered (24): Herbie Armstrong, Pete Beachill, Martin Bliss, Paul Bliss, Brian Davison, Rod Demick, David Essex, Ken Freeman, Frank Gibson Jr, Steve Grant, Frank Ince, Graham Jarvis, Ronnie Leahy, Matthew Letley, Pete May, Gerry Moffatt, Phil Palmer, Andy Summers, Mike Thorn, Graeme Turner, Alan Wakeman, Dave Wallace, Ian Wherry, Dave White


STEVE HARLEY BAND


This was the superb lineup for Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel around 1976:

STEVE HARLEY BAND #?
1976
Steve Harley
vocals
Jim Cregan
guitar
George Ford
bass
Duncan Mackay
keyboards
Lindsay Elliott
percussion
Stuart Elliott
drums

In January 1976, they recorded for the German TV. Many years later, this concert was released as a 2CD (one audio, one video) album called ...In pursuit of illusion.

This was the edition of Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel that made the Love´s a prima donna short tour in December 1976:

STEVE HARLEY BAND #?
Dec 76-1977
Steve Harley
vocals
George Ford
bass
Duncan Mackay
keyboards
Lindsay Elliott
percussion
Stuart Elliott
drums
Tony Rivers
backing vocals
John Perry
backing vocals
Stu Calver
backing vocals

They appeared in the double live album Face to face.


CHINA


This was the lineup for China around 1977:

CHINA #?
1977
Davey Johnstone
guitar
John ´Cooker´ LoPresti
bass
James Newton Howard
keyboards
Dennis Conway
drums

The whole band backed Elton John (along with additional musicians) in his 1977 tour.

Other info on members of China (I know up to 6 members)
To be covered (5): Dennis Conway, Davey Johnstone, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Roger Pope


ELTON JOHN BAND


For his 1977 tour, Elton John used his friends from the band China, plus additional musicians, to form a magnificent combo:

ELTON JOHN BAND #?
1977
êChina
êChina
êChina
êChina
êChina
êKiki Dee Band
Elton John
vocals, keyboards
Davey Johnstone
guitar
John ´Cooker´ LoPresti
bass
James Newton Howard
keyboards
Ray Cooper
percussion
Dennis Conway
drums
Stevie Lange
backing vocals
Chris Thompson
backing vocals
Gary Osborne
backing vocals
+
Kiki Dee
guest, backing vocals
Filthy McNastyê
Filthy McNastyê

Other info on members of Elton John Band (I know up to 68 members)
Already covered (8): Caroline Attard, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Stevie Lange, Caleb Quaye, Tim Renwick
To be covered (59): Guy Babylon, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Madeline Bell, Bob Birch, Dave Bitelli, Alex Brown, Paul Buckmaster, Kim Bullard, Cindy Bullens, Alan Carvell, Joel Clempson, Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Raul D´Oliveira, Kiki Dee, Ian Duck, Dave Glover, Ken Gold, Stjepan Hauser, Natalie Jackson, Mortonette Jenkins, Marlena Jeter, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, John Jorgenson,... up to 59 musicians.


STEVE HARLEY BAND (again)


These were the musicians announced for Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel around October 1979:

STEVE HARLEY BAND #?
1979
Steve Harley
vocals
Nico Ramsden
guitar
John Giblin
bass
Jimmy Horowitz
keyboards
Lindsay Elliott
percussion
Stuart Elliott
drums

Other info on members of Steve Harley Band (I know up to 50 members)
Already covered (1): Francis Monkman
To be covered (48): Lincoln Anderson, Tom Arnold, Paul Ayrie, Victoria Beebee, Phil Beer, Stu Calver, Jim Cregan, Jean Paul Crocker, Alan Darby, Andy Dowling, Rick Driscoll, Bill Dyer, Lindsay Elliott, Stuart Elliott, Guy Fletcher, George Ford, Paul Francis, John Giblin, Robbie Gladwell, Lilly Gonzales, Steve Harley, Susan Harvey, Gavin Hodgson, Jimmy Horowitz, Adam Houghton,... up to 48 musicians.


JON ANDERSON BAND


This is the amazing lineup for Jon Anderson´s New Life Band around 1980:

JON ANDERSON BAND #?
1980
Jon Anderson
vocals
Chris Rainbow
vocals
John Giblin
bass
Ronnie Leahy
keyboards
Dick Morrissey
sax
Morris Pert
percussion

Other info on members of Jon Anderson Band (I know up to 15 members)
Already covered (4): Brian Chatton, Les Davidson, Barry De Souza, Morris Pert
To be covered (10): Jon Anderson, Stefano Cerri, Clem Clempson, John Giblin, Ronnie Leahy, Dick Morrissey, Chris Rainbow, Federico Ramos, David Sancious, Guy Shiffman


AND THEN...


Then, I started to lose track of Jo Partridge playing credits, but instead he appeared as engineer in more albums. I´m not sure, but I think he worked for Airfield Studios for a long time.


THE MECHANICS


Around 2003, we can find Jo Partridge playing with this band, now called Big Al Hodge & The Mechanics:

THE MECHANICS #?
2003
Al Hodge
vocals, guitar
+ others unknown to me. Help, please!

They appeared at Cropedy Festival that year.

Other info on members of The Mechanics (I know up to 5 members)
To be covered (4): Alun Eden, Al Hodge, Steve Jackson, Dave Quinn


MIKE SILVER BAND


In December 2006, Mike Silver was playing gigs with his mate Jo Partridge:

MIKE SILVER BAND #?
Dec 06
Mike Silver
guitar, vocals



GROOVEYARD


Around 2010, we can find Jo Partridge playing in Grooveyard, an instrumental quartet whose main sound is Hammond organ:

GROOVEYARD #?
2010
Dave Quinn
bass
Pee Wee Hollis
keyboards
Pete Nicholls
drums

Other info on members of Grooveyard (I know up to 4 members)
To be covered (1): Dave Quinn

DISCOGRAPHY: (61 albums known to me - Status: In progress)

ALBUMS AS PRODUCER (5 credits)
  • Two a roue - Jez Lowe & Jake Walton (1986)

    • Producer: Jo Partridge
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 3 bonus tracks.
  • Poor man´s heaven - Seth Lakeman (2008)

    • Guests: Richard Evans, Ged Lynch, David Rhodes
    • Producer: Jo Partridge
  • Distances - Christien Eterman ( - )

  • Roadworks - Mike Silver ( - )

  • Free - Mike Silver ( - )

ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (13 credits)
  • Rock on - David Essex (1973)

  • Troubadour - Mike Silver (1973)

    • Members: Jo Partridge
    • Guests: Gerry Conway, Ray Cooper, Terry Cox, Davey Johnstone, Mike Moran, Dave Wintour (RIP: Steve Hayton)
    • Producer: Del Newman
  • I´ve got the music in me - Kiki Dee Band (1974)

    • Members: Bias Boshell, Pete Clarke, B J Cole, Phil Curtis, Mike Deacon, Kiki Dee, Jo Partridge, Roger Pope
    • Guests: Joshie Armstead, Irene Chanter, Stuart Epps, Richard Hewson, Cissy Houston, Gary Osborne, Barry St John, Maeretha Stewart, Jeff Titmus, Paul Vigrass (RIP: Kay Garner, Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: I´ve got the music in me contains appearances by: Jo Partridge (guitar), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Phil Curtis (bass), Bias Boshell (keyboards), Mike Deacon (keyboards), Roger Pope (drums), Barry Morgan (drums), Pete Clarke (drums), and on backing vocals: Irene Chanter, Josie Armstead, Kay Garner, Cissy Houston (yep! Whitney Houston's mummy, a superb singer!), Billy Lawrie, Gary Osborne, Barry St. John and Paul Vigrass.
  • All the fun of the fair - David Essex (08/1975)

    • Members: David Essex, Ken Freeman, Jo Partridge, Mike Thorn, Alan Wakeman, Dave White (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Guests: Ray Cooper, Herbie Flowers, Mike Garson, Chris Spedding
    • Producer: Jeff Wayne
  • On tour - David Essex (1976)

  • Love´s a prima donna - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel (1976)

    • Members: Jim Cregan, Jean Paul Crocker, Lindsay Elliott, Stuart Elliott, George Ford, Steve Harley, Duncan Mackay, Jo Partridge, John Perry, Tony Rivers
    • Guests: Wilf Gibson
    • Comments: Recorded June to September 1976.
  • Face to face - Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel (1977)

    • Members: Jim Cregan, Jean Paul Crocker, Lindsay Elliott, Stuart Elliott, George Ford, Steve Harley, Duncan Mackay, Jo Partridge, John Perry, Milton Reame-James, Tony Rivers (RIP: Stu Calver, Paul Jeffreys)
    • Technical: Ken Perry
    • Comments: Double live album with tracks from concerts during December 1976 and January 1977.
  • Hobo with a grin - Steve Harley (1978)

    • Members: Jim Cregan, Lindsay Elliott, Stuart Elliott, George Ford, Steve Harley, Jimmy Horowitz, Duncan Mackay, Jo Partridge
    • Guests: Ian Bairnson, Rosemary Butler, Bill Champlin, King Errisson, Ricky Fataar, Herbie Flowers, Bob Glaub, Paul Humphrey, Luis Jardim, Alan Jones, Gloria Jones, Chris Karan, Tom Kelly, Bobby Kimball, Reggie McBride, Michael McDonald, Chris Mercer, Simon Morton, Bill Payne, Greg Poree, Rick Schlosser, Barry St John, Fred Tackett (RIP: Marc Bolan)
    • Technical: Haydn Bendall
    • Comments: Hobo with a grin was the first solo album by Steve Harley, after dissolving Cockney Rebel. It features lots of musicians: Marc Bolan (guitar), Jim Cregan (guitar, vocals), Ian Bairnson (guitar), Tom Moncrieff (guitar), Jo Partridge (guitar), Greg Poree (guitar), Fred Tackett (guitar), George Ford (bass), Herbie Flowers (bass), Bob Glaub (bass), Alan Jones (bass), Reggie McBride (bass), Duncan Mackay (keyboards), Billy Payne (keyboards), Lindsey Elliott (percussion), Chris Karan (percussion), Louis Jardim (percussion), Simon Morton (percussion), Stuart Elliott (drums), Ricky Fataar (drums), Paul Humphrey (drums), James Isaacson (drums), Rick Schlosser (drums), and vocals by Rosemary Butler, Bill Champlin, Gloria Jones, Yvonne Keely, Tom Kelly, Roy Kenner, Bobby Kimball, Michael McDonald, Barry St. John. The arrangements were made by Jimmy Horowitz. CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
  • The Candidate - Steve Harley (1979)

    • Members: Stuart Elliott, John Giblin, Steve Harley, Jo Partridge, Nico Ramsden
    • Guests: Steve Gregory, Bryn Haworth, Phil Palmer
    • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
    • Technical: Haydn Bendall
    • Comments: The candidate was recorded in February and released that same year, featuring Jo Partridge (guitar) and Stuart Elliott (drums) from Cockney Rebel, plus Nico Ramsden (guitar), Phil Palmer (guitar), John Giblin (bass), Joey Carbone (keyboards), Steve Gregory (sax), Bryn Haworth (mandolin), Yvonne Keely (backing vocals). Co-produced between Jimmy Horowitz and Steve Harley. CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
  • Live in Sheffield 1980 - Jon Anderson with The New Life Band (05/2007)

  • ...In pursuit of illusion - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel ( - )

    • Members: Jim Cregan, Lindsay Elliott, Stuart Elliott, George Ford, Steve Harley, Duncan Mackay, Jo Partridge
  • Midnight train - Michael Silver ( - )

    • Members: Jo Partridge
    • Guests: Peter Arnesen, Helen Chappelle, B J Cole, Mel Collins, Ray Cooper, Phil Curtis, Ian Duck, Stuart Elliott, Ricky Fataar, Mo Foster, Ken Freeman, Jimmy Horowitz, Max Middleton, Keith Nelson, Del Newman, Graham Preskett, Liza Strike, Ray Warleigh
  • How many rivers - Mike Silver ( - )

COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (1 credit)
  • Best of - Steve Harley (1980)

    • Members: Jim Cregan, Jean Paul Crocker, Lindsay Elliott, Stuart Elliott, George Ford, Steve Harley, Duncan Mackay, Jo Partridge, Milton Reame-James (RIP: Paul Jeffreys)
    • Guests: Bill Champlin, Bob Glaub, Tom Kelly, Bobby Kimball, Bill Payne, Greg Poree
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (6 credits)
  • Smiling face - Davey Johnstone (1973)

    • Members: Davey Johnstone
    • Guests: Joan Armatrading, B J Cole, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Chris Karan, Chris Laurence, Del Newman, Nigel Olsson, Jo Partridge (RIP: Dee Murray)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: David Hentschel, Ken Scott
  • War of the worlds - Jeff Wayne (1978)

    • Members: Jeff Wayne
    • Guests: Ray Cooper, David Essex, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Justin Hayward, Roy Jones, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Spedding, Chris Thompson, Paul Vigrass (RIP: Richard Burton, Barry De Souza, Phil Lynott, Barry Morgan)
    • Technical: (RIP: Bill Foster)
  • McVicar - Roger Daltrey (06/1980)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Roger Daltrey, Stuart Elliott, Billy Nicholls (RIP: John Entwistle)
    • Guests: Tony Carr, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Steve Gray, Ricky Hitchcock, Kenny Jones, Dave Markee, Dave Mattacks, Jo Partridge, Frank Ricotti, Pete Townshend (RIP: Ron Aspery)
    • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    • Comments: Soundtrack from the McVicar movie starring Roger Daltrey.
  • Sail away - Splinter (1981)

    • Guests: Mel Collins, Alun Eden, Jack Emblow, David Katz, Jo Partridge, Dave Quinn, Roger Rettig (RIP: Al Hodge)
    • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
  • Spartacus - Jeff Wayne (11/1992)

  • Mountain rescue - The General Store (02/2008)

SESSIONS (23 credits)
  • The Lion and the ram - Garth Hewitt (1973)

    • Guests: Bryn Haworth, Dave Lawson, Adrian Lee, Mike Moran, Jo Partridge, Kevin Peek, Cliff Richard, Dave Wintour (RIP: Graham Jarvis)
  • Ship imagination - Billy Lawrie (1973)

    • Guests: Colin Allen, Roger Ball, Maggie Bell, Barry Clarke, Ray Cooper, Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan, 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: John Bonham, Kim Gardner, Maurice Gibb, 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).
  • Valentine - Roy Harper (02/1974)

    • Members: Roy Harper, Jimmy Page (RIP: David Bedford, Keith Moon)
    • Guests: Mike Gibbs, Max Middleton, Jo Partridge, Pete Sears, Marty Simon
    • Technical: John Leckie
    • Comments: CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
  • Too much is not enough - Charlie Ainley (1978)

    • Members: Rob Hendry, Ron Telemacque
    • Guests: Mel Collins, Charlie Harrison, Preston Heyman, Jo Partridge, John Porter, Henry Spinetti, Mick Weaver, Pete Wingfield
    • Producer: John Gilbert, David Hentschel
  • Wonderful world of Wreckless Eric - Wreckless Eric (1978)

  • Did he jump... or was he pushed? - Garth Hewitt (1979)

    • Guests: Bryn Haworth, Dave Lawson, Adrian Lee, Mike Moran, Jo Partridge, Kevin Peek, Dave Wintour (RIP: Graham Jarvis)
    • Producer: Cliff Richard
  • The Unknown soldier - Roy Harper (1980)

    • Members: Steve Broughton, David Gilmour, Roy Harper, Dave Lawson, Andy Roberts (RIP: David Bedford)
    • Guests: Jimmy Bain, Hugh Burns, B J Cole, Jim Cuomo, Timi Donald, Preston Heyman, Neil Jason, Will Lee, Tony Levin, Andy Newmark, Jo Partridge, John ´Willie´ Wilson, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Don Grolnick, Jimmy Maelen)
    • Producer: Haydn Bendall
    • Technical: John Tropea
    • Comments: As always, this Roy Harper album features an amazing lineup: Kate Bush (vocals), Hugh Burns (guitar), Andy Roberts (guitar), David Gilmour (guitar), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Jimmy Bain (bass), Neil Jason (bass), Will Lee (bass), Tony Levin (bass), Pete Wingfield (keyboards), Don Grolnick (keyboards), Dave Lawson (keyboards), David Bedford (keyboards), Jimmy Maelen (percussion), Andy Newmark (drums), Timi Donald (drums), plus Steve Broughton, Jim Cuomo, Sal Di Troia, Jo Partridge.
  • Night flight - Justin Hayward (1980)

  • Splinter - Splinter (1980)

    • Guests: Mel Collins, Alun Eden, Jack Emblow, David Katz, Jo Partridge, Dave Quinn, Roger Rettig (RIP: Al Hodge)
    • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
  • Face value - Phil Collins (1982)

    • Members: Phil Collins, Rahmlee Michael Davis, Michael Harris, Peter Robinson, Daryl Stuermer (RIP: Don Myrick, Louis Satterfield)
    • Guests: Irvine Arditti, Eric Clapton, Liz Edwards, John Giblin, Alphonso Johnson, Chris Laurence, Jo Partridge, Anthony Pleeth, Ronnie Scott, L Shankar, Maurice Spears, Richard Studt, Nigel Warren-Green, Gary Wright, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Arif Mardin)
  • Touchpaper - Claire Hamill (1984)

    • Members: Claire Hamill
    • Guests: Tony Beard, Mitch Dalton, John Giblin, Steve Gould, Ronnie Leahy, Ron Matthewson, Danny McIntosh, John McKenzie, Jo Partridge, Simon Phillips, Alan White, Neal Wilkinson, Laurie Wisefield (RIP: Morris Pert)
    • Comments: CD reissue from 2008 contains bonus tracks.
  • You caught me out - Tracey Ullman (1984)

    • Guests: Margo Buchanan, B J Cole, Pandit Dinesh, Richard Edwards, Simon Edwards, Deon Estus, Ruby James, Katie Kissoon, Shirley Lewis, Roger McKew, Charlie Morgan, Mark Nevin, Jo Partridge, Gavin Povey, Andy Richards, Don Snow, Alison Thomas, Geraint Watkins, Paul Westwood, Paul ´Wix´ Wickens, Terry Williams, Chris Wyles, Joy Yates (RIP: Kay Garner, Kirsty MacColl)
  • Moving mountains - Justin Hayward (1985)

    • Members: Justin Hayward
    • Guests: P P Arnold, Colin Fletcher, Peter Knight, Dave Mattacks, Charlie Morgan, Jo Partridge, Eric Stewart, Henry Thomas, Jeff Wayne, Chris White, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Vicki Brown)
    • Technical: Tony Visconti
  • Big music - Machinations (1986)

    • Guests: Mark Kennedy, Warren McLean, Jo Partridge, Andy Richards
    • Technical: Dave Quinn
  • The Donovan of trash - Wreckless Eric (1993)

  • The Open door - Sean Nua (1993)

  • Symphonic rock - American classics - The London Symphony Orchestra (1997)

    • Guests: Clem Cattini, Louis Clark, Herbie Flowers, Tristan Fry, Richard Harvey, Skaila Kanga, Paul Keogh, Gary Kettel, Peter Knight, Jim Lawless, Francis Monkman, Ann Odell, Jo Partridge, Ray Russell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
  • Symphonic rock - the British invasion - The London Symphony Orchestra (1997)

    • Guests: Clem Cattini, Herbie Flowers, Martyn Ford, Tristan Fry, Nick Glennie-Smith, Richard Harvey, Ricky Hitchcock, Skaila Kanga, Paul Keogh, Gary Kettel, Jim Lawless, Dave Lawson, Francis Monkman, Jo Partridge, Kevin Peek, Graham Preskett, Ray Russell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Graham Jarvis, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
  • Symphonic rock - the British invasion volume 2 - The London Symphony Orchestra (02/1998)

    • Guests: Clem Cattini, Louis Clark, Herbie Flowers, Martyn Ford, Tristan Fry, Richard Harvey, Paul Keogh, Gary Kettel, Peter Knight, Jim Lawless, Francis Monkman, Ann Odell, Jo Partridge, Kevin Peek, Graham Preskett, Raf Ravenscroft, Ray Russell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Graham Jarvis, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
  • Dark fields - Show Of Hands (10/1999)

    • Members: Phil Beer
    • Guests: Matt Clifford, Jo Partridge, Chris White (RIP: Chris Wood)
  • She do - Ricardo Vieira (09/2009)

  • Symphony of life - Two Circles Music Co (2011)

    • Guests: Jo Partridge
    • Comments: Debut album by this atypical band formed by Sasha Mishnaevski and Stuart Zaltz. The album features guest appearance by Jo Partridge on guitar.
  • Satellite - David Hallyday ( - )

    • Guests: Jo Partridge
    • Comments: CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (7 credits)
  • Time traveller - The Moody Blues (09/1994)

    • Members: Paul Bliss, Graeme Edge, Justin Hayward, John Lodge, Patrick Moraz, Ray Thomas
    • Guests: Lol Creme, Graham Deacon, Anne Dudley, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Kevin Godley, Graham Gouldman, Peter Knight, Jo Partridge, Chris Spedding, Eric Stewart (RIP: Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: Alan Tarney, Tony Visconti, Pip Williams (RIP: Tony Clarke)
    • Technical: David Grinsted, Ted Jensen, Derek Varnals (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: 4CD compilation boxset, also comprising tracks from their players solo ventures. The first edition came with a 5th bonus CD.
  • Heartbreak hill - Strawbs (1995)

    • Members: Dave Cousins, Chas Cronk, Tony Fernandez, Dave Lambert, Andy Richards
    • Guests: Miller Anderson, Jo Partridge
    • Producer: Tom Allom
    • Comments: This album was recorded in 1979, but it wasn´t released until 1995. Dave Lambert left the band at the beginning of the recordings, so they brought friends Miller Anderson and Jo Partridge to guest in most of the tracks.
  • Martyrs & madmen: the best of Roger Daltrey - Roger Daltrey (07/1997)

    • Members: Russ Ballard, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Clem Clempson, Roger Daltrey, Stuart Elliott, Gary Grainger, Billy Nicholls, Alan Shacklock, John Siegler, Mark Williamson (RIP: John Entwistle)
    • Guests: Rod Argent, Tony Beard, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler, Tony Carr, B J Cole, Martin Ditcham, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Mickey Gallagher, Nick Glennie-Smith, Steve Gray, Bob Henrit, Ricky Hitchcock, Jimmy Jewell, Kenny Jones, Phil Kenzie, Paul Keogh, Paul Korda, Alvin Lee, Dave Markee, Hank Marvin, Dave Mattacks, Annie McCaig, Robbie McIntosh, Del Newman, Brian Odgers, Jo Partridge, John Payne, John Perry, Frank Ricotti, Tony Rivers, Allan Schwartzberg, Chris Spedding, Stuart Tosh, Pete Townshend, John Van Tongeren, Bruce Watson, Dave Wintour (RIP: Ron Aspery, Michael Brecker, Stu Calver, Jimmy McCulloch, Tony Meehan)
    • Producer: Jeff Wayne (RIP: Adam Faith)
    • Technical: Alan Douglas, Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
  • Takes on the hits - Tracey Ullman (09/2002)

    • Guests: Margo Buchanan, B J Cole, Pandit Dinesh, Richard Edwards, Simon Edwards, Dan Hersch, Ruby James, Katie Kissoon, Shirley Lewis, Roger McKew, Charlie Morgan, Mark Nevin, Jo Partridge, Gavin Povey, Andy Richards, Don Snow, Miriam Stockley, Alison Thomas, Claire Torry, Geraint Watkins, Paul Westwood, Paul ´Wix´ Wickens, Chris Wyles, Joy Yates (RIP: Kay Garner, Kirsty MacColl)
    • Technical: John Burns
  • Moonlighting: the anthology - Roger Daltrey (12/2004)

    • Members: Russ Ballard, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Jon Carin, Clem Clempson, Roger Daltrey, Stuart Elliott, Gary Grainger, Jody Linscott, Billy Nicholls, Pino Palladino, Phil Palmer, Simon Phillips, Alan Shacklock, John Siegler, Frank Simes, Zak Starkey, Simon Townshend, Cleveland Watkiss, Mark Williamson (RIP: John Entwistle, Jimmy McCulloch)
    • Guests: Rob Alter, Dave Arbus, Rod Argent, Gary Barnacle, Tony Beard, Peter Beckett, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler, Ricky Byrd, Martin Chambers, B J Cole, Stewart Copeland, Martin Ditcham, Spike Edney, Lance Ellington, Andy Fairweather Low, Morgan Fisher, Herbie Flowers, Stewart Francis, Ken Freeman, Mickey Gallagher, Art Garfunkel, Nick Glennie-Smith, Bob Henrit, Ricky Hitchcock, Brie Howard, Jimmy Jewell, Kenny Jones, David Katz, Phil Kenzie, Paul Keogh, Rob Ladd, Alvin Lee, Julian Lennon, Dave Markee, Hank Marvin, Dave Mattacks, Nicko McBrain, Annie McCaig, Robbie McIntosh, Robert Medici, Del Newman, peter Noone, Brian Odgers, Carl Palmer, Jo Partridge, John Payne, Thommy Price, Cliff Richard, Frank Ricotti, Jimmy Roberts, Allan Schwartzberg, Chris Spedding, Dave Stewart, Miriam Stockley, Roger Taylor, Mike Thorn, David Tofani, Stuart Tosh, Pete Townshend, John Van Tongeren, Bruce Watson, Norman Watt-Roy, Dave Wintour, Vinnie Zummo (RIP: Ron Aspery, Michael Brecker, Cozy Powell, Mick Ronson, Shaun Solomon)
  • Gold - The Moody Blues (03/2005)

    • Members: Graeme Edge, Justin Hayward, John Lodge, Mike Pinder, Ray Thomas
    • Guests: Lol Creme, Graham Deacon, Kirk Duncan, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Kevin Godley, Graham Gouldman, Jo Partridge, Chris Spedding, Eric Stewart (RIP: Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: Alan Tarney, Tony Visconti, Jeff Wayne, Pip Williams (RIP: Tony Clarke)
  • Gold - Roger Daltrey (10/2006)

    • Members: Russ Ballard, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Jon Carin, Clem Clempson, Roger Daltrey, Stuart Elliott, Gary Grainger, Jody Linscott, Billy Nicholls, Pino Palladino, Phil Palmer, Simon Phillips, Alan Shacklock, John Siegler, Frank Simes, Zak Starkey, Simon Townshend, Cleveland Watkiss, Mark Williamson (RIP: John Entwistle)
    • Guests: Rob Alter, Dave Arbus, Rod Argent, Gary Barnacle, Tony Beard, Peter Beckett, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler, Ricky Byrd, Martin Chambers, B J Cole, Stewart Copeland, Martin Ditcham, Spike Edney, Lance Ellington, Andy Fairweather Low, Morgan Fisher, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Mickey Gallagher, Art Garfunkel, Nick Glennie-Smith, Bob Henrit, Ricky Hitchcock, Brie Howard, Jimmy Jewell, Kenny Jones, David Katz, Phil Kenzie, Paul Keogh, Rob Ladd, Alvin Lee, Julian Lennon, Dave Markee, Hank Marvin, Dave Mattacks, Annie McCaig, Robbie McIntosh, Robert Medici, Del Newman, Peter Noone, Brian Odgers, Carl Palmer, Jo Partridge, John Payne, Thommy Price, Cliff Richard, Frank Ricotti, Jimmy Roberts, Allan Schwartzberg, Chris Spedding, Miriam Stockley, Roger Taylor, Mike Thorn, David Tofani, Stuart Tosh, Pete Townshend, John Van Tongeren, Bruce Watson, Norman Watt-Roy, Dave Wintour, Vinnie Zummo (RIP: Ron Aspery, Michael Brecker, Jimmy McCulloch, Cozy Powell, Mick Ronson, Shaun Solomon)
ALBUMS AS TECHNICIAN (6 credits)
  • The Nine maidens - John Renbourn (1988)

    • Members: John Renbourn
    • Guests: Julian Diggle
    • Technical: Jo Partridge
  • En concert - Bleizi Ruz (1991)

  • Sleeping on roads - Neil Halstead (01/2002)

  • Local honey - The General Store (11/2002)

  • Puzzles like you - Mojave 3 (06/2006)

  • Privateer - Tim Renwick (2007)

    • Members: Tim Renwick
    • Guests: Alan Glen, Paul Harris, Steve Jackson, Guy Pratt, Frank Ricotti, Henry Spinetti, John ´Willie´ Wilson
    • Technical: Jo Partridge

RELATED WEBSITE LINKS: 9


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:

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: 8
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 Jo Partridge, please, also write me with the link.
  • Elton John - Tonight (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - Candle In The Wind (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - Don´t Go Breaking My Heart (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Kiki Dee, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - Better Off Dead (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - I Heard It Through the Grapevine & Island Girl (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - Philadelphia Freedom (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - One Horse Town (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.

  • Elton John - Rocket Man (1977)
  • Elton John live in 1977. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Dennis Conway, Ray Cooper, Elton John, Davey Johnstone, Stevie Lange, John ´Cooker´ LoPresti, James Newton Howard, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Thompson.


THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Two Circles Music Co: for telling me about their album featuring Jo (2012).

  • RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Jo Partridge mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Herbie Flowers (14)
    Stuart Elliott (12)
    Ken Freeman (11)
    Jeff Wayne (10)
    B J Cole (9)
    Barry De Souza (9)
    Ray Cooper (7)
    Barry Morgan (7)
    Chris Spedding (7)
    Steve Harley (6)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 31/May/2010 - Last modified on: 07/January/2012. 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.

    Tuesday, 25 May 2010

    Barry De Souza (drums)


    BANDS:
    • Spinning Wheel
    • Curved Air
    • Mick Greenwood Band
    • Rick Wakeman Band
    • Quatermass
    • Shawn Phillips Band
    • David Essex Band
    • Smith & D´Abo
    • Aleksander John Band
    • Jon Anderson Band

    BIOGRAPHY:

    Superb drummer, he appears in dozens of albums, always delivering a fantastic work. His name appears credited in different shapes: Barry DeSouza, Barry Da Souza, Barry De Sousa, but I guess Barry De Souza is the correct one.

    I haven´t been able to find biographical data about him. Besides, it´s extremely complicated finding info about his live work, so if someone knows more bands and lineups where he has played, I´d be very grateful.


    SPINNING WHEEL


    Around 1969, this was the lineup of this that already contained musicians that were to become very famous:

    SPINNING WHEEL #?
    1969-1970
    Mike Starrs
    vocals
    Gary Moore
    guitar
    Pete Sills
    bass
    Rick Wakeman
    keyboards

    Rick Wakeman was replaced by John Stevenson in 1970.

    In 1970, John Stevenson joins Spinning Wheel:

    SPINNING WHEEL #?
    1970-?
    Mike Starrs
    vocals
    Gary Moore
    guitar
    Pete Sills
    bass
    John Stevenson
    keyboards

    I don´t know how much they stayed together. Help with info, please!


    CURVED AIR


    For a while, in 1971, the band´s drummer Florian Pilkington-Miksa had some problem that prevented him from playing, so Francis Monkman brought his mate Barry De Souza during that period.

    CURVED AIR #?
    1971
    Sonja Kristina
    vocals
    Ian Eyre
    bass
    Francis Monkman
    keyboards
    Darryl Way
    violin

    The band appeared with this lineup at the German Beat Club TV program.


    RICK WAKEMAN BAND


    In October 1972, Rick Wakeman plays at TV show The Old Grey Whistle Test with this band comprising old mates (mainly from Strawbs):

    RICK WAKEMAN BAND #?
    1972
    Rick Wakeman
    keyboards
    Dave Cousins
    Chas Cronk
    Dave Lambert


    SHAWN PHILLIPS BAND


    This was the Shawn Phillips Band around March 1973:

    SHAWN PHILLIPS BAND #?
    1973
    Shawn Phillips
    vocals, guitar
    Pete Walmsley
    guitar
    Peter Robinson
    keyboards


    QUATERMASS


    Around January 1974, Quatermass had Barry De Souza on drums:

    QUATERMASS #?
    1974
    John Gustafson
    bass, vocals
    Peter Robinson
    keyboards

    They toured opening for Shawn Phillips, and then, they also acted as Phillips´ backing band.


    SHAWN PHILLIPS BAND (again)


    Around January 1974, Shawn Phillips was playing gigs backed by the later incarnation of Quatermass:

    SHAWN PHILLIPS BAND #?
    1974
    Shawn Phillips
    vocals, guitar
    John Gustafson
    bass
    Peter Robinson
    keyboards

    And, again in October 1974, Shawn Phillips was keeping the same backing band:

    SHAWN PHILLIPS BAND #?
    1974
    Shawn Phillips
    vocals, guitar
    John Gustafson
    bass
    Peter Robinson
    keyboards


    QUATERMASS (again)


    Sometime in 1974, Quatermass expanded to a quintet after the musicians played together in an album called Ablution. So, they started toured with this lineup:

    QUATERMASS #?
    1974
    Janne Schaffer
    guitar
    John Gustafson
    bass, vocals
    Peter Robinson
    keyboards
    Malando Gassama
    percussion


    DAVID ESSEX BAND


    This was one of the lineup for David Essex Band, although I haven't been able to know the period when this happened:

    DAVID ESSEX BAND #?
    ?
    David Essex
    vocals
    Phil Palmer
    guitar
    Mike Thorn
    bass
    Ronnie Leahy
    keyboards
    Alan Wakeman
    sax

    This was the David Essex Band for their 1975 tour, where they were supported by The Real Thing:

    DAVID ESSEX BAND #?
    1975
    David Essex
    vocals
    Mike Thorn
    bass
    Ken Freeman
    keyboards
    Alan Wakeman
    sax
    Dave White
    sax
    Frank Ince
    percussion

    The double live album On tour must be from that tour (sorry, I don´t have it, so I can´t be sure). With all the musicians above plus The Real Things on vocals, and Jeff Wayne who was producing the album (and the tour).

    SMITH & D´ABO


    This was a duo formed by Mike D'Abo and Mike Smith. Mike D'Abo was a member of Manfred Mann. He also appears with Chris in the 'Jesus Christ Superstar' album, playing King Herod role. Mike Smith was the vocalist for 60s band Dave Clark Five.

    They recorded a very interesting self-titled album, Smith & D'Abo, with great musicians: Ray Russell (guitar), Mo Foster (bass), Dave Markee (bass), Chris Mercer (sax), Jack Lancaster (sax), Malcolm Griffiths (trombone), Barry De Souza (drums), among others.

    They also toured to promote the album, with these musicians:

    SMITH & D´ABO #?
    1976
    Mike Smith
    vocals
    Mike D´Abo
    vocals
    Ray Russell
    guitar
    Mo Foster
    bass

    They finished touring in November 1976. After that, Smith and D'Abo went separate ways.

    Great news! The album has finally been released on CD!!


    ALEKSANDER JOHN BAND


    This was the Aleksander John Band around August 1979:

    ALEKSANDER JOHN BAND #?
    1979
    Aleksander John
    vocals, guitar
    Ray Russell
    guitar
    Bryn Haworth
    guitar
    Dave Wintour
    bass
    Mike Moran
    keyboards
    Craig Pruess
    keyboards
    +
    Echoes Of Joy
    backing vocals

    There's a track appearing in a collective live album, Greenbelt live!, recorded at the Greenbelt Festival in Odell, Bedforshire, during August 1979. The track appearing is a live rendition of ´Bittersweet song´. Other artists and musicians appearing there: Bryn Haworth (with Alan 'Bam' King, Tex Comer), Giantkiller, Lamb, Cliff Richard (with Snowy White, Mike Moran, Graham Jarvis, Tony Rivers, Stu Calver, John Perry, Derek Beauchemin), Kainos, Garth Hewitt, Vatten, Randy Stonehill, and Larry Norman.


    JON ANDERSON BAND


    This is the amazing lineup for Jon Anderson´s New Life Band around 1980:

    JON ANDERSON BAND #?
    1980
    Jon Anderson
    vocals
    Chris Rainbow
    vocals
    John Giblin
    bass
    Ronnie Leahy
    keyboards
    Dick Morrissey
    sax
    Morris Pert
    percussion


    AND THEN...


    For some reason, Barry disappeared from album credits in the mid 80s. I tried to locate him via Internet since 1999, as some of his mates musicians asked me to do so. But no luck at all.

    And now, the only additional info is very sad. Barry De Souza passed away in March 11th, 2009, after battling with cancer. He´ll always be remembered, no doubt.

    DISCOGRAPHY: (162 albums known to me - Status: In progress)

    ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (22 credits)
    • Living game - Mick Greenwood (1971)

      • Members: Gerry Conway, Tony Cox, Jerry Donahue, Pat Donaldson, Mick Greenwood (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Lyn Dobson, Karl Jenkins, Bud Parkes, Dave Pegg (RIP: Dudu Pukwana, Derek Wadsworth)
    • Collaboration - Shawn Phillips (1971)

      • Members: John Gustafson, Shawn Phillips, Peter Robinson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Martyn Ford, David Katz, Ann Odell, Brian Odgers
      • Technical: Robin Geoffrey Cable
    • ...To friends - Mick Greenwood (1972)

      • Members: Tony Cox, Jerry Donahue, Mick Greenwood, Dave Peacock (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Jimmy Helms, Barry St John (RIP: Doris Troy)
      • Technical: Phill Brown
    • Rock on - David Essex (1973)

      • Members: David Essex, Mark Griffiths, Jo Partridge (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Cooper, Herbie Flowers, Kirby Gregory, Alan Hawkshaw, Jimmy Helms, Gary Osborne, Paul Vigrass
      • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    • Bright white - Shawn Phillips (1973)

      • Members: Shawn Phillips, Peter Robinson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Larry Carlton, Craig Doerge, Chuck Findley, Jim Horn, Bobby Keys, Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel, Jim Price, Chuck Rainey, Leland Sklar, William ´Smitty´ Smith (RIP: Sneaky Pete Kleinow)
    • The Six wives of Henry VIII - Rick Wakeman (1973)

      • Members: Dave Cousins, Chas Cronk, Mike Egan, Dave Lambert, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Bill Bruford, Ray Cooper, Steve Howe, Les Hurdle, Judith Powell, Frank Ricotti, Chris Squire, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Alan White, Dave Wintour (RIP: Laura Lee)
      • Technical: David Hentschel, Ken Scott
      • Comments: Recorded between February and October 1972.
    • Midnight dreamer - Mick Greenwood (1974)

      • Members: Gerry Conway, Pat Donaldson, Mick Greenwood (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Sue Glover, Richard Hewson, Duncan Lamont, Eddie Mordue, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Kenny Wheeler (RIP: Kay Garner, William Murray)
    • Furthermore - Shawn Phillips (1974)

      • Members: John Gustafson, Shawn Phillips, Peter Robinson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Martyn Ford, Ann Odell, Caleb Quaye
      • Technical: John Punter
      • Comments: On Furthermore, the whole album is played by this lineup: Shawn Phillips (vocals, guitar), Caleb Quaye (guitar), John Gustafson (bass), Peter Robinson (keyboards) , Paul Buckmaster (cello), Ann Odell (mellotron on 'Starbright'), Raul Mayora (percussion) and Barry DeSouza (drums).
    • David Essex - David Essex (09/1974)

      • Members: David Essex, Ken Freeman, Mark Griffiths, Mike Thorn, Alan Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Cooper, Herbie Flowers, Gary Osborne, Chris Spedding, Paul Vigrass (RIP: Peter Wood)
      • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    • All the fun of the fair - David Essex (08/1975)

      • Members: David Essex, Ken Freeman, Jo Partridge, Mike Thorn, Alan Wakeman, Dave White (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Ray Cooper, Herbie Flowers, Mike Garson, Chris Spedding
      • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    • On tour - David Essex (1976)

    • Rumplestiltskin´s resolve - Shawn Phillips (1976)

      • Members: John Gustafson, Shawn Phillips, Peter Robinson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Paul Jackson, Mike Miller, Caleb Quaye, Bill Summers, Albert Wing (RIP: Michael Clarke, Steve Hammond)
      • Technical: Steve Katz
      • Comments: On Rumplestiltskin's resolve, Caleb only plays in one song, 'Spitefull', with this lineup: Shawn Phillips (vocals, guitar) Caleb Quaye (electric guitar) John Gustafson (bass) Peter Robinson (keyboards) Paul Buckmaster (organ) John Pullen (oboe) Barry DeSouza (drums)
    • Smith & D´Abo - Smith & D´Abo (10/1976)

      • Members: Mike D´Abo, Mo Foster, Ray Russell (RIP: Barry De Souza, Mike Smith)
      • Guests: Mike Bailey, Malcolm Griffiths, Dave Markee, Chris Mercer, John Warren
      • Comments: Mike D'Abo was a member of Manfred Mann. He also appears with Chris in the 'Jesus Christ Superstar' album, playing King Herod role. Mike Smith was the vocalist for 60s band Dave Clark Five. In this album, we can find: Ray Russell (guitar), Mo Foster (bass), Dave Markee (bass), Chris Mercer (sax), Malcolm Griffiths (trombone), Barry De Souza (drums), among others.
    • Gold & ivory - David Essex (1977)

    • Bittersweet songs - Aleksander John (1978)

      • Members: Aleksander Mezek, Ray Russell, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Mel Collins, Peter Robinson
      • Producer: Martyn Ford
    • Izgubljen v plesu (SINGLE) - Aleksander Mezek (1978)

      • Members: Aleksander Mezek, Ray Russell, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Mel Collins, Peter Robinson
      • Producer: Martyn Ford
    • Imperial wizard - David Essex (1979)

      • Members: David Essex, Ken Freeman, Phil Palmer, Alan Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Ray Cooper, Herbie Flowers, Kenny Jones, Francis Monkman, Trevor Morais, Chris Spedding
      • Producer: Mike Batt
    • Grenkosladke pesmi - Aleksander Mezek (1979)

      • Members: Aleksander Mezek, Ray Russell, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Mel Collins, Peter Robinson
      • Producer: Martyn Ford
    • Hot love - David Essex (1980)

      • Members: David Essex, Ken Freeman, Phil Palmer, Alan Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: John Cameron, Tony Carr, Henry Lowther, Chris Rae (RIP: Ronnie Ross)
    • Silver dream racer - David Essex (1980)

      • Members: David Essex, Phil Palmer, Alan Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Herbie Flowers, Henry Lowther, Trevor Morais, Chris Rae, Darryl Runswick, Vicky Silva (RIP: Ronnie Ross)
      • Comments: Soundtrack.
    • Live in Sheffield 1980 - Jon Anderson with The New Life Band (05/2007)

    • At the BBC - Shawn Phillips (02/2009)

      • Members: John Gustafson, Shawn Phillips, Peter Robinson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Technical: (RIP: John Walters)
    COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (1 credit)
    • Recollections - the very best of Rick Wakeman (1973-1979) - Rick Wakeman (10/2000)

      • Members: Reg Brooks, Dave Cousins, Jeff Crampton, Chas Cronk, John Dunsterville, Mike Egan, Tony Fernandez, John Hodgson, Ashley Holt, Barney James, Roger Newell, Gary Pickford Hopkins, Martyn Shields, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Guests: Bill Bruford, Ray Cooper, Steve Howe, Les Hurdle, David Katz, Will Malone, Judith Powell, Frank Ricotti, Chris Squire, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Alan White
      • Technical: Keith Grant, Ken Scott
    ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (2 credits)
    • War of the worlds - Jeff Wayne (1978)

      • Members: Jeff Wayne
      • Guests: Ray Cooper, David Essex, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Justin Hayward, Roy Jones, Gary Osborne, Jo Partridge, Chris Spedding, Chris Thompson, Paul Vigrass (RIP: Richard Burton, Barry De Souza, Phil Lynott, Barry Morgan)
      • Technical: (RIP: Bill Foster)
    • Energism - Francis Monkman (1980)

      • Members: Francis Monkman
      • Guests: Mo Foster, Tristan Fry (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
    • Greenbelt live! - VVAA (1979)

      • Guests: Derek Beauchemin, Fran Byrne, Dave Christopher, Terry ´Tex´ Comer, George Ford, Dave Green, Cliff Hall, Bryn Haworth, Nick Judd, Alan ´Bam´ King, Alex MacDougall, Mike Moran, Graeme Murray, John Perry, Craig Pruess, Tony Rivers, Ray Russell, Snowy White, Dave Wintour (RIP: Stu Calver, Barry De Souza, Graham Jarvis, Martin Jenner)
    COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
    • Between or beyond the northern lights - VVAA (04/2002)

      • Guests: Staffan Abeleen, John Gustafson, Sabu Martinez, Peter Robinson, Janne Schaffer, Steve Swallow (RIP: Ola Brunkert, Barry De Souza, Malando Gassama, Red Mitchell, Pekka Pohjola, Pekka Poyry, Ed Thigpen, Edward Vesala, Tony Williams)
      • Comments: The album says: Rare fusion from Scandinavia 1967-1978. It features tracks by Karin Krog, Olli Ahvenlahti, Mamba, Pop Workshop, Staffan Abeleen Quintets, Eero Koivistoinen Music Society, Ablution (with John Gustafson, Peter Robinson and Barry De Souza), Sabu Martinez and Bob Azzam.
    SOUNDTRACKS (2 credits)
    • The Spy who loved me OST - VVAA (1977)

      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Mike Egan, Brother James, Laurence Juber, David Katz, Bruce Lynch, Brian Odgers, Chris Rae, Paul Robinson, Carly Simon, Geoff Westley (RIP: Ron Aspery, Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Richard Perry
      • Technical: Colin Fairley
    • Fox - the album OST - VVAA (1980)

      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Ray Russell (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: This is the soundtrack for the TV series Fox (1980), composed by famed George Fenton, and starring Ray Winstone. The music was played by Ray Russell with some of his mates, such as Barry De Souza or Roy Babbington.
    SESSIONS (114 credits)
    • Fly on strangewings - Jade (06/1970)

      • Members: Rod Edwards, Marian Segal, John Wetton
      • Guests: Tony Carr, Clem Cattini, Terry Cox, Ken Freeman, Alan Hawkshaw, James Litherland, Del Newman, Harry Reynolds, Michael Rosen, Pete Sears, Bill Smith, Chris Spedding, Mike Thorn, Theodore Thunder, Pete York (RIP: Barry De Souza, Micky Waller)
      • Producer: Jeff Wayne
      • Technical: Robin Geoffrey Cable
      • Comments: The CD reissue contains 3 bonus tracks (2 from a single recorded in 1971 with John Wetton on bass that remained unreleased).
    • Pick up a bone - Rupert Hine (1971)

      • Members: Rupert Hine
      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Terry Cox, Clive Hicks, David Katz, Eddie Mordue, Joe Moretti, Del Newman, Geoff Richardson, Peter Robinson (RIP: Barry De Souza, Eric Ford, Steve Hammond, Simon Jeffes)
      • Producer: Roger Glover
      • Technical: John Punter
      • Comments: Recorded June to August 1971.
    • Meanwhile back at the world - Roger Cook (1972)

      • Members: Roger Cook
      • Guests: Alan Branscombe, Tony Burrows, Mike Egan, Rosetta Hightower, Jimmy Horowitz, Les Hurdle, Neil Lancaster, Alan Parker, Caleb Quaye, Chris Spedding, Liza Strike (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Lesley Duncan)
      • Comments: Roger Cook collaborated on vocals on some Elton John albums (Elton John and Madman across the water). This was his 2nd album, and it includes collaborations from Chris Spedding (guitar), Caleb Quaye (guitar), Alan Parker (guitar), Mike Egan (guitar), Les Hurdle (bass), Jimmy Horowitz (keyboards), Alan Branscombe (sax), Barry DeSouza (drums), and vocals by Lesley Duncan, Tony Burrows, Vicki Brown, Rosetta Hightower, Liza Strike, Neil Lancaster, Johnny Goodwin.
    • Earth mother - Lesley Duncan (1972)

      • Members: Andy Bown, David Katz, Chris Spedding (RIP: Lesley Duncan)
      • Guests: (RIP: Barry De Souza, Jack Rothstein)
      • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
      • Comments: Lesley´s second album. It was recorded by Chris Spedding (guitar), Andy Bown (bass), Jimmy Horowitz (keyboards), Barry De Souza (drums), Jack Rothstein (strings).
    • Restoration - Marc Ellington (1972)

      • Guests: Phil Chesterton, Tony Cox, Jerry Donahue, Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Katie Kissoon, Dave Mattacks, Ian Matthews, Zoot Money, Tom Parker, Dave Peacock, Phil Pickett, Dave Richards, Andy Roberts, Bob Ronga, Ray Warleigh, Ian Whiteman (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Crazy lady - Joyce Everson (1972)

      • Guests: Madeline Bell, Andy Bown, Peter Frampton, Martin Quittenton, Liza Strike (RIP: Barry De Souza, Lesley Duncan)
      • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
      • Comments: In this album from 1972, we can find Lesley Duncan (vocals), Peter Frampton (guitar), Martin Quittenton (guitar), Andy Bown (bass), Jimmy Horowitz (keyboards, flute, also producing), Barry De Souza (drums), and vocals by Madeline Bell and Liza Strike.
    • Admission free - Jackie Flavelle (1972)

      • Members: Jackie Flavelle
      • Guests: Chris Barber, John Crocker, Pat Halcox, Henry McCullough, John Slaughter, Mick Weaver (RIP: Barry De Souza, Steve Hammond)
    • Et si je m´en vais avant toi - Francoise Hardy (1972)

      • Guests: Tony Cox, Jerry Donahue, Mick Jones, Dave Peacock, Phil Pickett (RIP: Tommy Brown, Barry De Souza)
    • Nigel lived - Murray Head (1972)

      • Guests: Clive Chaman, Phil Chen, Tony Coe, Ray Cooper, Mike Giles, Pete Giles, Sue Glover, Jimmy Hastings, Spike Heatley, Skaila Kanga, Chris Karan, Glen LeFleur, Sunny Leslie, Henry Lowther, Chris Mercer, Graham Preskett, Frank Ricotti, Peter Robinson, Fiachra Trench, Mark Warner, Tommy Whittle, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza, Nick DeCaro, Kay Garner, Cozy Powell, Jack Rothstein)
      • Comments: A very fine singer, he sang lead in one of the roles for Jesus Christ Superstar. He has featured a quiet career, being his biggest hit the fantastic song 'Say it ain't so, Joe'.
        Nigel lived features the talents of Mark Warner (guitar), Clive Chaman (bass), Peter Giles (bass), Dave Wintour (bass), Peter Robinson (keyboards), Ray Cooper (percussion), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Henry Lowther (trumpet), Chris Mercer (sax), Cozy Powell (drums), Barry De Souza (drums), Michael Giles (drums, from King Crimson), Glen LeFleur (drums), plus Sue Glover and the late Kay Garner (Murray companion in ´Jesus Christ Superstar´) on vocals.
    • Boo - Juliet Lawson (1972)

      • Guests: Bias Boshell, Lol Coxhill, Karen Friedman, Luis Jardim (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: David Costa
      • Comments: CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
    • Transformer - Lou Reed (1972)

      • Members: Lou Reed
      • Guests: Ritchie Dharma, Herbie Flowers, John Halsey, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Barry De Souza, Mick Ronson, Ronnie Ross)
      • Producer: David Bowie
      • Technical: Ken Scott (RIP: Mike Stone)
      • Comments: The CD reissue from 2002 contains 2 bonus tracks.
    • Ballad of a simple love - Schunge (1972)

      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Dave MacRae, Chris Spedding (RIP: Jeff Clyne, Barry De Souza)
    • Crying laughing loving lying - Labi Siffre (1972)

      • Guests: Brian Bennett, Don Fay, Les Hurdle, Nick Ingman, Francis Monkman, Dave Richmond, Peter Robinson, Alan Skidmore, Ray Warleigh (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Any mother doesn´t grumble - Mick Softley (1972)

      • Guests: Gerry Conway, Tony Cox, Lyn Dobson, Jerry Donahue, Pat Donaldson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • A Tear and a smile - Tir Na Nog (1972)

      • Guests: Larry Steele (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: Second album by the band.
    • Clever dogs chase the sun - Kenny Young (03/1972)

      • Members: Kenny Young
      • Guests: Dave Edmunds, Mike Giles, Gerry Hogan, Chris Spedding, Fiachra Trench, Mark Warner, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: Clever dogs chase the sun was released in 1972, and recorded by: Kenny Young (guitar, vocals), Chris Spedding (guitar), Dave Edmunds (guitar), Mark Warner (guitar), Bruce Epstein (guitar), Bob Falloon (guitar), Gerry Hogan (steel guitar, from Country Fever), Dave Wintour (bass), Fiachra Trench (keyboards), Barry De Souza (percussion).
    • Songfall - Phillip Goodhand-Tait (06/1972)

      • Members: Chas Cronk, Ernie Hayes
      • Guests: B J Cole, Ray Cooper, Davey Johnstone, Helen Liebmann, Donald McVay, Roger Pope, Peter Ross, Marian Segal, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Caroline Attard, Barry De Souza, Tony Harris)
      • Comments: Third album by Phillip Goodhand-Tait.
    • Comin´ atcha - Madeline Bell (1973)

      • Members: Madeline Bell
      • Guests: Jean-Pierre Azoulay, David Katz, Jim Lawless, Tony Newman, Jacques Ploquin, Barry St John, Liza Strike (RIP: Barry De Souza, Doris Troy)
      • Producer: John Paul Jones
    • Sweet William - Andy Bown (1973)

      • Members: Chris Belshaw, Andy Bown, Glen LeFleur, Nico Ramsden
      • Guests: B J Cole, Sue Glover, Skaila Kanga, David Katz, Sunny Leslie (RIP: Caroline Attard, Barry De Souza, Lesley Duncan, Jack Rothstein)
      • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
      • Comments: Sweet William features Nico Ramsden (guitar), BJ Cole (pedal steel guitar), Chris Belshaw (bass), Jimmy Horowitz (celeste, arranger and producer), Barry De Souza (drums), Glen LeFleur (drums, percussion), Skaila Kanga (harp), and vocals by Lesley Duncan, Sunny Leslie, Sue Glover and Caroline Attard.
    • Back to the garden - Dave Cartwright (1973)

      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Ray Fenwick, Mo Foster, Chris Karan, Paul Keogh, Mike Moran, Graham Preskett (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Let it ride - Chi Coltrane (1973)

      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Larry Byrom, Merry Clayton, Alan Estes, Jim Gordon, Emory Gordy, John Gustafson, Bobbye Hall, Jim Horn, Chris Karan, Jim Keltner, Bobby Keys, Clydie King, Chris Laurence, Jim Price, Lee Ritenour, Stephanie Spruill, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Ben Benay, Barry De Souza, Larry Knechtel)
      • Technical: Roy Halee
      • Comments: She's a pianist, and in her second album, Let it ride, we can find sessionmen like Merry Clayton (vocals), Lee Ritenour (guitar), Emory Gordy (bass), Larry Knetchel (bass, from Bread), Joe Puerta (bass), Klaus Voorman (bass, from Plastic Ono Band and Manfred Mann), John Gustafson (bass), Chris Karan (drums), Barry DeSouza (drums), Jim Gordon (drums), Jim Keltner (drums), etc.
    • Wait till they change the backdrop - Jonathan Kelly (1973)

      • Members: Jonathan Kelly, Tim Renwick
      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Ray Duffy, Juanita Franklin, Karen Friedman, Mark Griffiths, Lennox James, Gavin Sutherland, Iain Sutherland, Bruce Thomas, John ´Willie´ Wilson (RIP: Barry De Souza, Gary Moore, Michael Oliver, Peter Wood)
      • Producer: Ken Scott
      • Technical: Dennis Mackay
      • Comments: Wait till they change the backdrop 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!
    • Beggar and the priest - David McWilliams (1973)

      • Members: (RIP: David McWilliams)
      • Guests: B J Cole, Ray Fenwick, Wilf Gibson, Mike Moran, John G Perry (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • A Little taste - Ann Odell (1973)

      • Members: Ann Odell
      • Guests: Madeline Bell, Gary Boyle, Ray Cooper, Ray Fenwick, John Gustafson, Caleb Quaye, Peter Robinson, Bruce Rowland, Liza Strike (RIP: Barry De Souza, Richard Taylor, Doris Troy)
      • Comments: Great keyboardist, she was a member of band comprising session musicians called Blue Mink. She was later in Bryan Ferry Band along with Chris Mercer. This was her only solo album. With Gary Boyle (guitar, later in Isotope), Caleb Quaye, Ray Fenwick, John Gustafson and Peter Robinson (from Quatermass), Ray Cooper, Barry De Souza (drums) and Bruce Rowland (drums).
    • Plays classical American music: the blues - Memphis Slim (1973)

    • Strong in the sun - Tir Na Nog (1973)

      • Guests: Jeff Jones, Dave Markee, Brian Odgers, Jim Ryan (RIP: Barry De Souza, Nick Drake)
      • Producer: Matthew Fisher
      • Comments: Third album by the band.
    • The Height below - John Williams (1973)

      • Members: John Williams
      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Alan Branscombe, Kenny Clare, Herbie Flowers, Tristan Fry, Brian Gascoigne, Roland Harker, John Marshall, Darryl Runswick, Chris Taylor, Trevor Tomkins (RIP: Barry De Souza, Dudley Moore)
      • Producer: George Martin
    • Insolitudes - Johnny Halliday (04/1973)

      • Members: Jean-Pierre Azoulay, Madeline Bell, Jacques Denjean, Jean-Marc Deuterre, Jerry Donahue, Johnny Halliday
      • Guests: B J Cole, Peter Frampton, Jim Horn, Bobby Keys, Liza Strike, Klaus Voormann, Gary Wright (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Bryson Graham, Bob Mayo)
      • Technical: Keith Grant, Chris Kimsey (RIP: Keith Harwood)
    • Kori no sekai - Yosui Inoue (12/1973)

      • Guests: John Gustafson, Joe Jammer, Ann Odell, Peter Robinson, Mark Warner (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Ablution - Ablution (1974)

      • Guests: John Gustafson, Peter Robinson, Janne Schaffer (RIP: Ola Brunkert, Barry De Souza, Malando Gassama)
    • The Road of silk - Pete Atkin (1974)

      • Members: Pete Atkin, Tony Coe, Terry Cox, Paul Keogh, Mike Moran, Darryl Runswick, Dave Wintour
      • Guests: David Katz, Frank Ricotti (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Secret drinker - Pete Atkin (1974)

      • Members: Pete Atkin, Paul Keogh, Darryl Runswick
      • Guests: Frank Ricotti (RIP: Barry De Souza, Ronnie Ross)
      • Comments: Recorded during June and July 1974.
    • Everything changes - Lesley Duncan (1974)

      • Members: Andy Bown, Jimmy Horowitz (RIP: Lesley Duncan)
      • Guests: Peter Frampton, Sue Glover, Larry Steele, Liza Strike (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: Lesley´s 3rd album, and also has a stellar cast: Peter Frampton (guitar), Bob Cohen (guitar), Andy Bown (bass), Larry Steele (bass), Jimmy Horowitz (keyboards), Barry De Souza (drums), and backing vocals by Sue Glover and Liza Strike.
    • Easy street - Easy street (1974)

      • Guests: Dyan Birch, B J Cole, Frank Collins, Ray Duffy, Paddy McHugh, Ken Nicol, Graham Smith, Pete Zorn (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Weren´t born a man - Dana Gillespie (1974)

      • Members: Dana Gillespie
      • Guests: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Ray Cooper, Terry Cox, Pat Donaldson, Ray Glynn, Rosetta Hightower, Paul Keogh, Bobby Keys, Ronnie Leahy, Mike Moran, Del Newman, Brian Odgers, Frank Ricotti, Jim Ryan, Liza Strike, Rick Wakeman, Joanne Williams, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza, Robert Kirby)
      • Producer: David Bowie, Robin Geoffrey Cable (RIP: Mick Ronson)
      • 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. In Weren't born a man, we can find Jim Ryan (guitar), Paul Keogh (guitar), Dave Wintour (bass), Pat Donaldson (bass), John 'Rabbit' Bundrick (keyboards), Ronnie Leahy (keyboards), Mike Moran (keyboards), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Bobby Keys (sax), Ray Cooper (percussion), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Terry Cox (drums), Barry De Souza (drums) and Keef Hartley (drums), plus Rosetta Hightower, Lisa Strike and Joanne Williams on backing vocals. It includes a David Bowie cover, ´Andy Warhol´.
    • Nicol & Marsh - Nicol & Marsh (1974)

      • Members: Ken Nicol
      • Guests: Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Ray Duffy, Paddy McHugh, Graham Smith, Pete Zorn (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Out of the blue - Colin Scot (1974)

      • Members: (RIP: Colin Scot)
      • Guests: Kirk Duncan, Juanita Franklin, Ray Glynn, Brian Odgers (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Messages - Steve Swindells (1974)

      • Guests: Martyn Ford, Mike Giles, John Gustafson, Rosetta Hightower, Simon King, Chris Mercer, Nic Potter, Caleb Quaye, Barry St John, Danny Thompson, Mark Warner, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert, Doris Troy)
      • Comments: Keyboardist, he played in Pilot and String Driven Thing. He also was later in the Hawklords (a mutation from band Hawkwind). This was his 1st solo album. We can find here people from Van Der Graaf Generator: Nic Potter, Guy Evans, plus Caleb Quaye (guitar), John Gustafson (bass), Danny Thompson (bass, from Pentangle), Chris Mercer (sax), Simon King (drums, from Hawkwind), and Doris Troy on vocals.
    • 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, 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).
    • Lands end - Jimmy Webb (1974)

      • Guests: B J Cole, David Hentschel, Davey Johnstone, Paul Keogh, Joni Mitchell, Nigel Olsson, Dean Parks, Jim Ryan, Tom Scott, Ringo Starr, Fred Tackett, Susie Webb (RIP: Barry De Souza, Dee Murray)
    • The Fugitive - Kenji Sawada (12/1974)

      • Guests: Toni Campo, John Dean, Mo Foster, Chris Rae (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Technical: (RIP: David Baker)
    • Blue-eyed soul - The Biddu Orchestra (1975)

    • Special delivery - Polly Brown (1975)

      • Guests: Mike Bailey, Tony Carr, Irene Chanter, Dave Coxhill, Jeff Daly, John Huckridge, Skaila Kanga, Chris Karan, Paul Keogh, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Geoff Wright (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Gerry Shury)
    • First - David Courtney (1975)

      • Guests: Russ Ballard, Tony Burrows, B J Cole, David Gilmour, Skaila Kanga, Paul Keogh, Bruce Lynch, Francis Monkman, Mike Moran, Brian Odgers, Alan Parker, Andrew Powell, Frank Ricotti, Jean Roussel (RIP: Barry De Souza, Barry Morgan, Morris Pert)
      • Comments: This pianist and composer has written songs for Leo Sayer or Roger Daltrey. Here we can find: Russ Ballard (guitar), David Gilmour (guitar), Paul Keogh (guitar), Alan Parker (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Francis Monkman (keyboards), Andrew Powell (keyboards), Jean Roussel (keyboards), Mike Moran (keyboards), Brian Odgers (bass), Bruce Lynch (bass), Richard Harvey (horns), Morris Pert (percussion), Barry De Souza (drums), Barry Morgan (drums), Tony Burrows (backing vocals) and the members of Pilot.
    • Far beyond these castle walls... - Chris De Burgh (1975)

      • Members: Chris De Burgh
      • Guests: Madeline Bell, B J Cole, Ken Freeman, Ray Glynn, Richard Hewson, Chris Hughes, Ray Jackson, Lennox Laington, Chris Laurence, Ronnie Leahy, Del Newman, Brian Odgers, Liza Strike, Joy Yates (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Robin Geoffrey Cable
    • Spanish train and other stories - Chris De Burgh (1975)

      • Members: Chris De Burgh
      • Guests: Mick Eve, Ken Freeman, Ray Glynn, David Hentschel, Richard Hewson, Tony Hymas, Lennox Laington, Chris Laurence, Chris Mercer, Tony Reeves (RIP: Barry De Souza, Robert Kirby)
      • Producer: Robin Geoffrey Cable
      • Comments: A fantastic artist! This very beautiful album (I like this title!!) contains these musicians: Ray Glynn (guitar), Tony Reeves (bass, from Colosseum and Greenslade), Chris Laurence (bass), Tony Hymas (keyboards, later with Jeff Beck), Phillip Goodhand-Tait (harmonium), Ken Freeman (keyboards), Lennox Laington (percussion), Barry De Souza (drums). And Chris Mercer and Mick Eve from Gonzalez play sax on one song, "The painter".
      • My opinion: My favourite songs are: 'Lonely sky', 'Just another poor boy', 'A spaceman came travelling' and 'Old friend'.
    • They call me Geordie - David Garriock (1975)

      • Guests: John Gustafson, Tomas Ledin, Peter Robinson, Janne Schaffer (RIP: Ola Brunkert, Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: Recorded in 1974.
    • The Eddie Howell Gramophone record - Eddie Howell (1975)

      • Guests: Phil Collins, John Goodsall, Percy Jones, Jack Lancaster, Gaspar Lawal, Brian May, Jerome Rimson (RIP: Barry De Souza, Freddie Mercury, Gary Moore)
      • Producer: Robin Lumley, Dennis Mackay
      • Comments: Recorded in June and July 1975. We can find lots of musicians from the band Brand X (the great ones John Goodsall, Robin Lumley and Percy Jones, along with Phil Collins). Also appearing, Gary Moore (guitar), Tony Sadler (guitar), Jerome Rimson (bass), Gaspar Lawal (percussion). The album has been issued on CD under a different name, The man from Manhattan, featuring two new songs (one of them featuring Freddie Mercury and Brian May from Queen).
    • Space experience 2 - John Keating (1975)

      • Guests: Paul Keogh, Francis Monkman, Brian Odgers, Henry Spinetti (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Paul Millns - Paul Millns (1975)

      • Members: Paul Millns
      • Guests: Tony Coe, Sue Glover, Chris Karan, Chris Laurence, Sunny Leslie, Jack Mills, Brian Odgers, Darryl Runswick (RIP: Barry De Souza, Jo Ann Kelly, Barry Morgan)
    • Something in my life - Tom Paxton (1975)

    • The Greatest stone on Earth and other two-bob wonders - Gary Shearston (1975)

      • Guests: Doreen Chanter, B J Cole, David Horler, John James, David Katz, Henry Lowther, Eddie Mordue, Keith Nelson, Chris Rae, Mickey Thomas (RIP: Barry De Souza, Ian Hamer, Johnny Van Derrick)
      • Producer: (RIP: Robert Kirby)
    • Modern times - Al Stewart (1975)

      • Members: Gerry Conway, Simon Nicol, Tim Renwick, Al Stewart (RIP: Peter Wood)
      • Guests: Brian Bennett, Tony Carr, Stuart Cowell, George Ford, Neil Lancaster, Chas Mills, Andrew Powell, Graham Smith, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Barry De Souza, Isaac Guillory)
      • 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´.
    • Dangerous - Eugene Wallace (1975)

      • Members: (RIP: Eugene Wallace)
      • Guests: Hugh Burns, Phil Chen, Phil Collins, Brian Odgers, Chris Spedding (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Robin Geoffrey Cable, Del Newman
    • David - der herr ist mein hirte - Siegfried Fietz (1976)

      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Bob Efford, Joe Moretti, Stan Roderick (RIP: Barry De Souza, Don Lusher)
    • Solo casting - William Lyall (1976)

      • Guests: Robert Ahwai, Ian Bairnson, Paul Buckmaster, Phil Chen, Phil Collins, Jack Emblow, Martyn Ford, Richard Hewson, Ronnie Leahy, Chris Mercer, David Paton, Ray Russell, Stuart Tosh (RIP: Barry De Souza, Billy Lyall)
      • Producer: Robin Geoffrey Cable
      • Comments: The late Billy Lyall was a member of Bay City Rollers, and later he was the keyboardist in succesful Scottish band Pilot. He later collaborated with Alan Parsons (Pilot's producer), and made his only solo album, with help from many musicians: his old friends from Pilot Ian Bairnson (guitar) and David Paton (bass), plus some others, such as Robert Ahwai (guitar), Ray Russell (sitar), Phil Chen (bass), Ronnie Leahy (keyboards), Chris Mercer (sax), Barry De Souza (drums) and Phil Collins (drums). He sadly died in December 1989, of an AIDS-related illness.
        The album was reissued on CD with two bonus tracks (the single versions of 'Maniac' and 'Solo casting').
    • Out - Anthony Moore (1976)

      • Guests: Kevin Ayers, David Bedford, Graham Preskett, Eddie Sparrow, Andy Summers, Steven Thompson, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza, Ruan O´Lochlainn)
      • Technical: John Leckie
    • 21 days in Soho - Richard Myhill (1976)

      • Guests: Ken Fordham, Paul Keogh, Graham Preskett, Claire Torry (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner)
      • Producer: Roy Thomas Baker, Alan Parsons
    • I / you - Brian Protheroe (1976)

      • Guests: Ian Anderson, Barriemore Barlow, Tony Coe, Mike Giles, Paul Hart, David Horler, Alan Jones, Brian Odgers, Alan Parker, Simon Phillips, Stan Sulzmann, Roger Truth, Pip Williams (RIP: Barry De Souza, Barry Morgan)
      • Producer: Del Newman
    • Knight on the road - Martin Best (1977)

      • Guests: Derek Austin, Hugh Burns, Nick Ingman, Paul Keogh, Darryl Runswick (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Barry Morgan)
    • Eastern man - Biddu Orchestra (1977)

      • Guests: Chris Karan, Mike Moran, Chris Rae (RIP: Barry De Souza, Gerry Shury)
    • Heart´n´soul - Tina Charles (1977)

      • Guests: Chris Karan, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Pip Williams (RIP: Barry De Souza, Gerry Shury)
    • Nice to be around - Rosemary Clooney (1977)

      • Members: (RIP: Rosemary Clooney)
      • Guests: Gordon Beck, Ray Cooper, Harold Fisher, Laurence Juber, David Katz, Chas Mills, Mike Moran, Alan Parker, Frank Ricotti, Stan Sulzmann (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Del Newman
    • Born again - Phil Cordell (1977)

      • Members: (RIP: Phil Cordell)
      • Guests: Madeline Bell, Tony Burrows, George Chandler, Doreen Chanter, Ray Fenwick, Jimmy Helms, Chris Hunt, Dave Markee, Liza Strike (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • A Bible - a rock testament - Family of love (1977)

      • Guests: Hugh Burns, Ray Cooper, Doni Harvey, Tony Hymas, Brother James, Alan Jones, Dave Markee, Francis Monkman, Ann Odell, Simon Phillips, Graham Preskett, Ray Russell, Richard Studt, Paul Westwood, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert)
      • Producer: Paul Buckmaster, Martyn Ford
      • Comments: This was a project that assembled several musicians. With Demis Roussos (vocals, from Aphrodite's Child), Hugh Burns (guitar), Ray Russell (guitar), Alan Jones (bass, from The Shadows), Dave Markee (bass), Paul Westwood (bass), Francis Monkman (keyboards), Ann Odell (keyboards), Paul Buckmaster (keyboards), Tony Hymas (keyboards), Graham Preskett (violin), Brother James (percussion), Ray Cooper (percussion), Morris Pert (percussion), Simon Phillips (drums), Barry DeSouza (drums). Conducted and arranged by the great Martyn Ford. Recorded in 1977.
    • Gott erschafft die welt - Siegfried Fietz (1977)

      • Guests: Joe Moretti, Brian Odgers (RIP: Barry De Souza, Johnny Van Derrick)
      • Comments: Recorded in August and September 1977.
    • You can´t teach an old dog new tricks - Eddie Hardin (1977)

      • Members: Ray Fenwick, Eddie Hardin
      • Guests: Helen Chappelle, B J Cole, Mo Foster, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Henry Spinetti, Liza Strike (RIP: Barry De Souza, Dee Murray, Doris Troy)
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 3 bonus tracks.
    • Hazzard and Barnes - Hazzard and Barnes (1977)

      • Members: Tony Hazzard
      • Guests: Jack Emblow, Herbie Flowers, Tony Hymas, Dave Lawson, Roger McKew, Frank Ricotti, Liza Strike (RIP: Tony Ashton, Barry De Souza, Lesley Duncan, Johnny Van Derrick)
    • Just a story from America - Elliott Murphy (1977)

      • Guests: Phil Collins, Steve Gregory, Richard Hewson, Dave Markee, Chris Mercer, Mike Moran, Peter Oxendale, Mick Taylor (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert)
      • Producer: Robin Geoffrey Cable
      • Comments: He was categorized as a mixture of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. A very talented songwriter, he recorded this album in England, with noted guests and studio musicians, like Mick Taylor (guitar), Mike Moran (keyboards, once with Ian Gillan), Peter Oxendale (keyboards, later with Chris DeBurgh), Dave Markee (bass, later with Eric Clapton), Barry De Souza (drums), Phil Collins (drums), and from Gonzalez: Chris Mercer (sax) and Steve Gregory (sax).
    • Southpaw - Gilbert O´Sullivan (1977)

      • Guests: Tony Hymas, Alan Jones, Frank Ricotti, Chris Spedding (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Sphinx - Sphinx (1977)

      • Guests: Madeline Bell, John Dean, Raymond Donnez, Mo Foster, Sue Glover, Patrick Halling, Alan Hawkshaw, Ricky Hitchcock, Chris Karan, Sunny Leslie, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Ray Swinfield, Chris Taylor, Joanne Williams (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza)
    • Get into what you´re in - Lee Vanderbilt (1977)

      • Guests: Chris Karan, Jackie McAuley, Godfrey McLean, Mike Moran, Chris Rae, Steve York (RIP: Rebop Kwaku Baah, Barry De Souza, Gerry Shury)
      • Comments: Recorded in 1976.
    • Ready to run - Wales - O´Regan (1977)

      • Guests: Jeff Allen, Richard Brunton, Irene Chanter, B J Cole, Jack Emblow, Alan Mair, Dave Markee, Dave Rose, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Stan Sulzmann, Roger Sutton, Geoff Westley, Pete Zorn (RIP: Ron Aspery, Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza)
    • Rainbow takeaway - Kevin Ayers (1978)

      • Members: Kevin Ayers, Billy Livsey, Charlie McCracken, Rob Townsend (RIP: Ollie Halsall)
      • Guests: Graham Preskett (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Ain´t that just the way - Barbi Benton (1978)

      • Members: Dave Potts
      • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Martyn Ford, Mo Foster, Tony Hymas, Roy Jones, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Mike Moran, John Perry, Simon Phillips, Graham Preskett, Tony Rivers, Claire Torry, Ray Warleigh, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Kay Garner)
      • Producer: Roger Glover
    • More than meets the eye - Joe Breen (1978)

      • Guests: Hugh Burns, Mo Foster, Ray Glynn, Ricky Hitchcock, Tony Hymas, Jon Lord, Dave MacRae, Dave Markee, John G Perry, Graham Preskett, Henry Spinetti, Liza Strike, Joanne Williams (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Roger Glover
    • The Kick inside - Kate Bush (1978)

      • Guests: Ian Bairnson, Stuart Elliott, Paul Keogh, Bruce Lynch, Duncan Mackay, Alan Parker, David Paton, Andrew Powell, Alan Skidmore (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert)
    • Baby faced killer - David Byron (1978)

      • Members: (RIP: David Byron)
      • Guests: Stuart Elliott, Alan Jones (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Technical: George Marino (RIP: David Baker)
      • Comments: First solo album by the great, much-missed David Byron.
    • Modern boy - Vince Cadillac (1978)

      • Guests: Tim Franks, Ricky Hitchcock, Pete Lemer, John Porter, Paul Westwood, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Barry De Souza, Barry Morgan, Mike Smith)
    • Summer holiday - Ian Gomm (1978)

      • Members: Ian Gomm
      • Guests: Herbie Flowers, Chris Parren (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Martin Rushent
      • Comments: This album was also known with the title Gomm with the wind.
    • Melophonia - Limelight Disco Symphony (1978)

      • Guests: Alan Downey, Patrick Halling, Les Hurdle, Martin Kershaw, Francis Monkman, Mike Moran, Alan Parker, Claire Torry (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Barry Morgan, Gerry Shury)
      • Technical: Chris Tsangarides
    • Classic rock - the second movement - The London Symphony Orchestra (1978)

      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Herbie Flowers, Martyn Ford, Tristan Fry, Tony Hymas, Paul Keogh, Jim Lawless, Dave Lawson, Francis Monkman, Ann Odell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman)
      • Comments: Recorded in 1978.
    • The Crunch & beyond - Rah Band (1978)

      • Members: Richard Hewson
      • Guests: Tony Carr (RIP: Barry De Souza, Pete King)
      • Comments: A Richard Hewson project. In the album, Rah Band is credited as: Richard Hewson (keyboards, guitar, bass), Peter King (sax), Tony Carr (percussion) and Barry De Souza (drums), but I guess it was just a studio project, not a real band.
    • The Dukes - The Dukes (1979)

      • Members: Miller Anderson, Ronnie Leahy (RIP: Jimmy McCulloch, Charlie Tumahai)
      • Guests: Stuart Elliott, Del Newman (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert)
      • Producer: Richie Zito
    • Nach dem dunkel kommt ein neuer morgen - Siegfried Fietz (1979)

      • Guests: Brian Odgers, Siegfried Sigi Schwab (RIP: Barry De Souza, Tommy McQuater, Johnny Van Derrick)
    • Was uns die Bibel erzahlt - Siegfried Fietz (1979)

      • Guests: Brian Odgers (RIP: Barry De Souza, Tommy McQuater, Johnny Van Derrick)
    • Ivan - Ivan (1979)

      • Guests: Tony Burrows, Brian Gascoigne, Ricky Hitchcock, Paul Keogh, Ray Russell, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Barry Morgan)
    • Anna Oxa - Anna Oxa (1979)

      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Clem Cattini, Jack Emblow, Ricky Hitchcock, Nigel Jenkins, Paul Keogh, Bruce Lynch (RIP: Barry De Souza, Barry Morgan, Tommy Reilly)
    • Od sanka do sanka - Andrej Sifrer (1979)

      • Guests: B J Cole, Dave Cook, Jack Emblow, Ken Freeman, Ray Russell (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Welcome to the cruise - Judie Tzuke (1979)

      • Members: Mike Paxman, Judie Tzuke
      • Guests: Roy Babbington, Paul Buckmaster, Mo Foster, Paul Hart, Steve Nye, Chris Parren, Simon Phillips, Ray Russell, Richard Studt, Peter Van Hooke, Ray Warleigh, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert)
      • Producer: John Punter
      • Comments: Welcome to the cruise was Tzuke´s first album (although it was names Stay with me ´till dawn in its American release), featuring Ray Russell (guitar, also brass arrangements), Mike Paxman (guitar, percussion), Mo Foster (bass), Roy Babbington (bass), Chris Parren (keyboards), Paul Hart (keyboards), Steve Nye (keyboards), Ray Warleigh (sax), Simon Phillips (drums), Pete Van Hooke (drums), Barry De Souza (drums), Morris Pert (percussion). String arrangements by Paul Buckmaster.
    • Illusions - Winds Of Change (1979)

      • Guests: Herbie Flowers, Ricky Hitchcock, Tony Hymas, Jim Lawless, Simon Phillips, Frank Ricotti, Stan Sulzmann, Paul Westwood, Dave White (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • First album - Empire (1980)

      • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Paulinho Da Costa, Keith Forsey, Ricky Hitchcock, Greg Mathieson, Frank Ricotti (RIP: Charles Blackwell, Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Eric Ford)
    • Najjaci ostaju - Neca Falk (1980)

      • Guests: B J Cole, Luis Jardim, Henry Lowther, Ray Russell (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Dave Cooke
    • Matthew Fisher - Matthew Fisher (1980)

      • Members: Matthew Fisher
      • Guests: Rod Argent, Steve Bingham, Mo Foster, Mick Grabham, Dill Katz, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti, John Verity, Paul Westwood, Pete Zorn (RIP: Barry De Souza, Jim Dewar)
      • 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).
    • What a blow - Ian Gomm (1980)

      • Members: Alan Coulter, Rod Demick, Nick Glennie-Smith, Ian Gomm, Ray Taff Williams
      • Guests: B J Cole, Herbie Flowers, Malcolm Morley, Chris Parren, Raf Ravenscroft, Martin Rushent (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: He was a member of great band Brinsley Schwarz from 1970 to 1975. He has released several solo albums. On this one, he's backed by Ray Taff Williams (guitar), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Herbie Flowers (bass), Rod Demick (bass, from Meal Ticket with Steve Simpson), Nick Glennie-Smith (keyboards), Malcolm Morley (keyboards), Chris Parren (keyboards), Raf Ravenscroft (sax), Alan Coulter (drums), Barry De Souza (drums). CD reissue from 2002 contains bonus tracks.
    • Night flight - Justin Hayward (1980)

      • Members: Justin Hayward
      • Guests: Tony Carr, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Stuart Elliott, Herbie Flowers, Ken Freeman, Steve Gray, Dave Holland, Roy Jones, Jo Partridge (RIP: Barry De Souza, Roy O´Temro)
      • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    • Hay que vivir - Joan Baptista Humet (1980)

      • Members: (RIP: Joan Baptista Humet)
      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Tristan Fry, Colin Hodgkinson, Kornell Kovach, Frank Ricotti, Ray Russell (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Love blind - Morty & The Racing Cars (1981)

      • Guests: Dyan Birch, Andy Clark, Clem Clempson, Frank Collins, Les Davidson, Neil Hubbard, Pete Hurley, Henry McCullough, Paddy McHugh, Zoot Money, Mike Moran, Craig Pruess, Bruce Rowland, Ray Russell, Stan Sulzmann, John ´Pugwash´ Weathers, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza, Alan Spenner)
    • Rah Band - Rah Band (1981)

      • Members: Richard Hewson
      • Guests: Ray Warleigh (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Technical: Tim Young
    • Genevieve Paris - Genevieve Paris (1982)

    • Half the day´s gone and we haven´t earned a penny - Kenny Lynch (1983)

      • Guests: Robert Ahwai, Ray Allen, Graham Broad, Brian Chatton, Richard Cottle, Geoff Driscoll, Martin Drover, Bruce Dukov, Keith Gemmell, Delisle Harper, Dave MacRae, Annie McCaig, Zoot Money, Charlie Morgan, Mick Parker, Nico Ramsden, Pete Thompson, Pete Thoms, Rick Wakeman, Godfrey Wang, Ray Warleigh, Gavyn Wright, Joy Yates (RIP: Jim Capaldi, Barry De Souza)
    • Flash - Jeff Beck (1985)

      • Members: Carmine Appice, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Hall, Jan Hammer, Tony Hymas, Tony Smith, Rod Stewart, Doug Wimbish
      • Guests: Jimmy Bralower, Duane Hitchings, Curtis King, Rob Sabino, Frank Simms, George Simms, Curly Smith (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Nile Rodgers
      • Technical: Chris Lord-Alge, Tom Lord-Alge, Andy Wallace
    • Still life - Annie Haslam (1985)

      • Members: Annie Haslam
      • Guests: Louis Clark, Andy Pask (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Light & latin - Elena Duran (1991)

      • Guests: Tony Cox, Tristan Fry, Will Hill, Luis Jardim, Nigel Jenkins, Billy Livsey, Dave Mattacks, Alan Parker, Tom Parker, Frank Ricotti, Paul Westwood (RIP: Barry De Souza, Al Hodge)
      • Technical: Jerry Boys
    • Goose grease - John Gustafson (1997)

      • Members: John Gustafson
      • Guests: B J Cole, Jeff Daly, Tony Hymas, Henry Lowther, Mike Moran, Ann Odell, Stretch, Mark Warner (RIP: Barry De Souza, Morris Pert)
      • Comments: John Gustafson, apart from the singles he released in the sixties, only has a solo album, Goose grease. But the interesting story is that he recorded it in 1976, but remained unreleased until 1997, when it has been issued on CD, remastered by old fellow Ray Fenwick.
      • My opinion: It's a very interesting album, quite funky. The performances are superb, especially Mark Warner (you just have to listen to him in the track 'Cheap Astrakhan', as well as the solos on 'Boogie woogie' or 'What's your game?'). B.J. Cole is also fantastic on 'Poem about a gnome' or 'Freshness'. As I've said, the album was recorded in 1976, at Ramport Studios, London. Thanks to splendid record label Angel Air, we've been lucky to be able to listen to it.
    • Symphonic rock - American classics - The London Symphony Orchestra (1997)

      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Louis Clark, Herbie Flowers, Tristan Fry, Skaila Kanga, Paul Keogh, Gary Kettel, Peter Knight, Jim Lawless, Francis Monkman, Ann Odell, Jo Partridge, Ray Russell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
    • Symphonic rock - the British invasion - The London Symphony Orchestra (1997)

      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Herbie Flowers, Martyn Ford, Tristan Fry, Nick Glennie-Smith, Ricky Hitchcock, Skaila Kanga, Paul Keogh, Gary Kettel, Jim Lawless, Dave Lawson, Francis Monkman, Jo Partridge, Kevin Peek, Graham Preskett, Ray Russell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Graham Jarvis, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
    • Symphonic rock - the British invasion volume 2 - The London Symphony Orchestra (02/1998)

      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Louis Clark, Herbie Flowers, Martyn Ford, Tristan Fry, Paul Keogh, Gary Kettel, Peter Knight, Jim Lawless, Francis Monkman, Ann Odell, Jo Partridge, Kevin Peek, Graham Preskett, Raf Ravenscroft, Ray Russell, Garth Watt-Roy (RIP: Barry De Souza, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Graham Jarvis, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
    • Ghost of a smile - Smile (06/1998)

      • Members: Brian May, Roger Taylor (RIP: Freddie Mercury)
      • Guests: Jerome Rimson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: (RIP: Lou Reizner)
      • Technical: (RIP: Mike Stone)
      • Comments: Collection of unreleased recordings by the band Smile (featuring Freddie Mercury and Brian May), plus 2 songs by Eddie Howell (also with Mercury and May, and featuring Jerome Rimson, Barry De Souza).
    • Make tea not war - The RJ Wagsmith Band (10/2003)

      • Members: Mo Foster
      • Guests: Nic France, Julian Littman, Ray Russell, Gary Taylor, Peter Van Hooke, Tim Whitehead (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Morningside - Danny McBride ( - )

      • Members: (RIP: Danny McBride)
      • Guests: Dave Arbus, B J Cole, Mike Moran, Jean Roussel, Dave Wintour (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Hot coals - John Pantry ( - )

      • Guests: Tony Coe, Tim Harries, Dzal Martin, Bob McKay (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • For you - Marilyn Powell ( - )

      • Guests: Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler, Mo Foster, Nigel Jenkins, Alan Jones, Chris Karan, Lynton Naiff, Tony Rivers, Ray Russell, Stan Sulzmann (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Comments: Sorry, I don't know who she is. This album features Ray Russell (guitar), Nigel Jenkins (guitar), Bruce Baxter (guitar), Bob Falloon (guitar), Mo Foster (bass), Alan Jones (bass), Lynton Naiff (keyboards), Stan Sulzmann (sax), Barry De Souza (drums), Chris Karan (percussion), and backing vocals by Tony Rivers, Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler.
    • Gypsy girl - archives 70s, 80s & 90s volume 1 - Marianne Segal ( - )

      • Members: Marian Segal
      • Guests: Jim Leverton, Dave Mattacks, Chris Spedding, Graeme Taylor (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Jeff Wayne
    COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (19 credits)
    • The Master of the revels - Pete Atkin (1977)

      • Members: Pete Atkin, Neil Campbell, Tony Coe, Steve Cooke, Terry Cox, Herbie Flowers, Paul Keogh, Dick Levens, Mike Moran, Darryl Runswick, Jeff Seopardie
      • Guests: Leon Calvert, Kenny Clare, Ray Cooper, Rita Eddowes, Catherine Finnis, Bill Geldard, Wilf Gibson, Dick Hart, Tony Marsh, Frank Ricotti, Chris Spedding, Bob Sydor, Alan Wakeman (RIP: Barry De Souza, Barry Morgan, Ronnie Ross)
    • The Best of - Chi Coltrane (1986)

      • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Larry Byrom, Merry Clayton, Alan Estes, Jim Gordon, Emory Gordy, John Gustafson, Bobbye Hall, Chris Karan, Jim Keltner, Chris Laurence, Lee Ritenour, Stephanie Spruill, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Ben Benay, Barry De Souza, Larry Knechtel)
      • Comments: The best of is obviously a compilation. Featuring Merry Clayton (vocals), Stephanie Spruill (vocals), Larry Byrom (guitar), Lee Ritenour (guitar), Ben Benay (guitar), John Gustafson (bass), Klaus Voormann (bass), Emory Gordy (bass), Larry Knetchel (bass), Chris Laurence (bass), Joe Puerta (bass), Barry De Souza (drums), Jim Gordon (drums), Jim Keltner (drums), Bobbye Hall (percussion), Chris Karan (percussion), Paul Buckmaster (arrangements).
    • Between thought and expression: the Lou Reed anthology - Lou Reed (04/1992)

      • Members: Rick Bell, Ellard Boles, Ray Colcord, Christine Faith, Marty Fogel, Michael Fonfara, Pentti Whitey Glan, Chuck Hammer, Stuart Heinrich, Angela Howard, Steve Hunter, Prakash John, Joanne Kamorin, Fred Maher, Eddie Martinez, Lou Reed, Fernando Saunders, Michael Suchorsky, Dick Wagner, Bruce Yaw, Doug Yule (RIP: Robert Quine, Peter Wood)
      • Guests: Randy Brecker, Jocelyn Brown, Jack Bruce, Clem Cattini, Rory Dodd, Aynsley Dunbar, Herbie Flowers, Peter Gabriel, John Halsey, Steve Howe, Paul Keogh, Bob Kulick, Tony Levin, Bob Ludwig, Sammy Merendino, Brian Odgers, Caleb Quaye, Genya Ravan, L Shankar, Eric Troyer, Klaus Voormann, Rick Wakeman, Steve Winwood (RIP: Michael Brecker, Jim Carroll, Don Cherry, Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Mick Ronson, B J Wilson)
      • Producer: David Bowie, Bob Ezrin, Steve Katz
      • Comments: Box set with several unreleased tracks.
    • Diamonds by the yard - Elliott Murphy (06/1992)

      • Members: Ernie Brooks, Tony Machine (RIP: Richard Sohl)
      • Guests: Michael Braun, Phil Collins, Richard Davis, Gordon Edwards, Jim Gordon, Richard Hewson, Teddy Irwin, Steve Katz, Bobby Kimball, Sonny Landreth, Dave Markee, Mike Moran, Frank Owens, Peter Oxendale, Gene Parsons, Pat Rebillot, Ralph Schuckett, Mick Taylor, Doug Yule (RIP: Barry De Souza, Richard Tee)
    • Andy Warhol - Dana Gillespie (1994)

      • Members: Dana Gillespie, Simon Phillips, Bob Weston
      • Guests: Trevor Bolder, Mel Collins, Ray Cooper, Terry Cox, Pat Donaldson, Ray Glynn, Bryn Haworth, Rosetta Hightower, Eddie Jobson, Paul Keogh, Bobby Keys, Ronnie Leahy, Mick Liber, Jody Linscott, Mike Moran, Del Newman, Brian Odgers, John Porter, Frank Ricotti, Jim Ryan, Dave Skinner, Liza Strike, Rick Wakeman, Joanne Williams, Dave Wintour, Woody Woodmansey (RIP: Barry De Souza, Mick Ronson)
      • Producer: David Bowie, Robin Geoffrey Cable
      • Technical: Phill Brown
      • Comments: Compilation with some unreleased tracks.
    • The Best of Biddu Orchestra - Blue eyed soul - Biddu Orchestra (02/1995)

      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Chris Karan, Mike Moran, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Pip Williams (RIP: Barry De Souza, Gerry Shury)
    • The Best of Carl Douglas - Kung Fu Fighting - Carl Douglas (02/1995)

      • Members: Carl Douglas
      • Guests: Clem Cattini, Chris Karan, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Pip Williams (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Steve Elson
    • I´ll go where the music takes me - the best of Jimmy James And The Vagabonds - Jimmy James And The Vagabonds (02/1995)

      • Members: Pip Williams
      • Guests: Chris Karan, Frank Ricotti (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Come on - Ian Gomm (1997)

      • Members: Alan Coulter, Rod Demick, Nick Glennie-Smith, Ian Gomm, Ray Taff Williams
      • Guests: Herbie Flowers, Malcolm Morley, Chris Parren, Raf Ravenscroft (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Bob Andrews, Martin Rushent
      • Comments: Compilation comprising songs from Gomm´s first three albums (Summer holiday, What a blow and Village voice).
    • This woman´s work - Kate Bush (10/1998)

      • Members: Preston Heyman, Kevin McAlea (RIP: Alan Murphy)
      • Guests: Jimmy Bain, Ian Bairnson, Stuart Elliott, Larry Fast, John Giblin, David Gilmour, Roy Harper, David Katz, Paul Keogh, Dave Lawson, Bruce Lynch, Duncan Mackay, Max Middleton, Francis Monkman, Mike Moran, David Paton, Eberhard Weber (RIP: Barry De Souza, Michael Kamen, Mick Karn, Morris Pert)
      • Technical: Haydn Bendall
      • Comments: 8CD boxset comprising Kate´s first 6 albums plus 2 CDs of unreleased material.
    • Latin & light - Elena Duran (01/1999)

      • Guests: Tony Cox, Tristan Fry, Will Hill, Luis Jardim, Nigel Jenkins, Billy Livsey, Alan Parker, Frank Ricotti, Paul Westwood (RIP: Barry De Souza, Al Hodge)
    • Springwater - Springwater (07/2002)

      • Guests: Madeline Bell, Tony Burrows, George Chandler, Doreen Chanter, Ray Fenwick, Jimmy Helms, Chris Hunt, Dave Markee, Liza Strike (RIP: Phil Cordell, Barry De Souza)
      • Technical: Chris Tsangarides
      • Comments: Includes bonus album ´Born again´.
    • Anthology - Carly Simon (11/2002)

      • Members: Steve Gadd, Lani Groves, Robbie Kilgore, Curtis King, Rick Marotta, Hugh McCracken, Jim Ryan, Frank Simms, Carly Simon (RIP: Michael Brecker, Kacey Cisyk, Mindy Jostyn, Tom T-Bone Wolk)
      • Guests: Jerry Barnes, Katreese Barnes, Jay Berliner, Warren Bernhardt, Jimmy Bralower, Randy Brecker, Paul Buckmaster, David Carey, Joe Caro, Vivian Cherry, Marc Cohn, Ray Cooper, Mickey Curry, Dr John, Cornell Dupree, Gordon Edwards, Mike Egan, Sammy Figueroa, Andrew Gold, Jim Gordon, Robin Gould, Gordon Grody, Jamey Haddad, Carl Hall, John Hall, Ula Hedwig, Pete Hewlett, Richard Hewson, Laurence Juber, Zev Katz, Ellen Kearney, Jim Keltner, Paul Keogh, Bobby Keys, Carole King, Russ Kunkel, Will Lee, Tony Levin, Bruce Lynch, Ralph MacDonald, Mike Mainieri, George Marge, Arnold McCuller, John McCurry, Michael McDonald, Sid McGinnis, Ian McLagan, John Miller, Jeff Mironov, Rob Mounsey, Del Newman, Andy Newmark, Brian Odgers, Pino Palladino, Dean Parks, Bill Payne, Shawn Pelton, Jeff Pevar, Chris Rae, Paul Riser, Lee Ritenour, Robbie Robertson, Nile Rodgers, Linda Ronstadt, Rob Sabino, David Sanborn, Don Sebesky, Ira Siegel, Leland Sklar, David Spinozza, Liza Strike, James Taylor, Sarah Taylor, Vaneese Thomas, Peter John Vettesse, Klaus Voormann, Ed Walsh, Willie Weeks, Doug Wimbish (RIP: Phillip Ballou, Eddie ´Bongo´ Brown, Vicki Brown, Stephen Bruton, Barry De Souza, Bernard Edwards, Frank Floyd, Eric Gale, Milt Holland, Jimmy Maelen, Kenny Moore, Marty Paich, Alex Taylor, Richard Tee, Tasha Thomas, Tony Thompson, Peter Wood)
      • Producer: John Boylan, Eddie Kramer, George Massenburg, Richard Perry, Paul Samwell-Smith, Ted Templeman, Don Was (RIP: Arif Mardin)
      • Technical: Mike Bobak, Robin Geoffrey Cable, Ed Cherney, Bob Clearmountain, James Farber, Lewis Hahn, Barry Hammond, Bill Inglot, Chris Lord-Alge, Tom Lord-Alge, Elliot Scheiner, Al Schmitt, Bill Schnee
    • Reflections: Carly Simon´s greatest hits - Carly Simon (05/2004)

      • Members: Steve Gadd, Lani Groves, Robbie Kilgore, Rick Marotta, Hugh McCracken, Jim Ryan, Frank Simms, Carly Simon (RIP: Michael Brecker, Kacey Cisyk, Mindy Jostyn)
      • Guests: Jay Berliner, Jimmy Bralower, Paul Buckmaster, Vivian Cherry, Marc Cohn, Ray Cooper, Mickey Curry, Dr John, Cornell Dupree, Gordon Edwards, Mike Egan, Paul Glanz, Jim Gordon, Robin Gould, Gordon Grody, Jamey Haddad, Carl Hall, Pete Hewlett, Richard Hewson, Laurence Juber, Jim Keltner, Bobby Keys, Russ Kunkel, Will Lee, Tony Levin, Bruce Lynch, Ralph MacDonald, John McCurry, Sid McGinnis, Rob Mounsey, Del Newman, Andy Newmark, Brian Odgers, Pino Palladino, Bill Payne, Richard Perry, Chris Rae, Robbie Robertson, David Sanborn, Liza Strike, Vaneese Thomas, Peter John Vettesse, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Frank Floyd, Eric Gale, Paul Griffin, Don Grolnick, Jimmy Maelen, Alex Taylor, Richard Tee, Tasha Thomas)
      • Producer: John Boylan, Eddie Kramer, Mike Mainieri, George Massenburg, Paul Samwell-Smith, Don Was (RIP: Arif Mardin)
      • Technical: Mike Bobak, Robin Geoffrey Cable, Ed Cherney, Lewis Hahn, Barry Hammond, Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot, Chris Lord-Alge, Tom Lord-Alge, Bill Schnee
    • The Moon´s a harsh mistress - Jimmy Webb in the seventies - Jimmy Webb (12/2004)

      • Guests: Harry Bluestone, B J Cole, Larry Coryell, Jim Gordon, George Hawkins, David Hentschel, Davey Johnstone, Paul Keogh, Clydie King, Kenny Loggins, Harvey Mason, Shirley Matthews, Joni Mitchell, Nigel Olsson, David Paich, Dean Parks, Herb Pedersen, Jim Ryan, Tom Scott, Sid Sharp, Ringo Starr, Fred Tackett (RIP: Barry De Souza, Lowell George, Dee Murray)
      • Producer: Bill Inglot, George Martin
      • Technical: Dan Hersch (RIP: Henry Lewy)
      • Comments: Boxset.
    • Paris Mississippi Blues - Memphis Slim (02/2005)

      • Members: (RIP: Memphis Slim)
      • Guests: Mickey Baker, David Briggs, Fito De La Parra, Jacques Denjean, Tristan Fry, Peter Green, Buddy Guy, Jack Hale, Conrad Isidore, Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love, Charlie McCoy, Eddie Mordue, Chris Rae, James Shane, Chris Spedding, Henry Strzelecki, Steven Thompson, Benny Turner, Dave Wintour, Reggie Young (RIP: Kenny Buttrey, Barry De Souza, Willie Dixon, Phil Guy, Richard Hite, Freddie King, James Mitchell, A C Reed, Roosevelt Sykes, Henry Vestine)
    • Just yesterday - Al Stewart (05/2005)

      • Members: Steve Chapman, Gerry Conway, 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: Peter Wood)
      • Guests: Bob Andrews, Guy Babylon, 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, Stuart Elliott, Steve Farris, Michael Fisher, Denny Fongheiser, George Ford, 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, Roger Pope, Duffy Power, Frank Ricotti, Tony Rivers, Mark Sanders, Bob Sargeant, Brinsley Schwarz, Todd Sharp, Pete Solley, Larry Steele, Dave Swarbrick, Bruce Thomas, Lee R Thornburg, Ed Tree, Artie Tripp, Rick Wakeman, Robin Williamson, John ´Willie´ Wilson, Mike Woods (RIP: Barry De Souza, Bruce Gary, Isaac Guillory, Trevor Lucas, Michael Oliver, Jeff Porcaro)
      • Producer: Alan Parsons
    • Hold on - the very best of Ian Gomm - Ian Gomm (06/2005)

      • Members: Alan Coulter, Rod Demick, Ian Gomm
      • Guests: Herbie Flowers, Clive Gregson, Phil Palmer, Chris Parren, John Pugh, Raf Ravenscroft (RIP: Barry De Souza)
      • Producer: Bob Andrews, Martin Rushent
    • Hearts on fire anthology - Phil Cordell (11/2008)

      • Members: (RIP: Phil Cordell)
      • Guests: Ray Fenwick, Dave Markee (RIP: Barry De Souza)

    QUESTIONS:

    01. Was Barry a member of Tir Na Nog, or he just played as sessionman?

    02. Was Ablution a real band, or just a studio project?

    03. I need to check in which Scott Walker album Barry plays...


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    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:

    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:

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    THANKS:

    Very Special Thanks to:
  • Francis Monkman: for info on Barry playing in Curved Air.
  • Mick Greenwood: for info about his solo albums.

  • Special Thanks to:
  • GemmaBlyth: for info about Spinning Wheel (2010).

  • Thanks to:
  • Boris Shnitzer: for the David Byron album.
  • Alex Gitlin: for the John Gustafson album as well as scans.
  • Arne Rasmussen: for the credits of the David Essex album Gold & Ivory.

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    B J Cole (18)
    Ray Cooper (18)
    Peter Robinson (17)
    Chris Rae (16)
    Chris Karan (15)
    Chris Spedding (15)
    Dave Wintour (15)
    Paul Buckmaster (13)
    John Gustafson (13)
    Francis Monkman (13)
    Barry Morgan (13)
    Martyn Ford (12)
    Mo Foster (12)
    Robin Geoffrey Cable (11)
    Clem Cattini (11)
    Ken Freeman (11)
    Richard Hewson (11)
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