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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Dave Winthrop (sax)


BANDS:
  • The Mooche [1969-1970]
  • Supertramp [1970-Feb 73]
  • Chicken Shack [1977-1979]
  • The Young Bucks
  • The Bucks [1979-Jul 79]
  • Secret Affair [Jul 79-1982]
  • Chicken Shack [1986-1987]
  • Ian Page Band [2002-?]
  • Secret Affair [2002]
      • Secret Affair [Jun 03] (Casual Band - 1 gig)
  • Ian Page Band [2004]
      • Secret Affair [Apr 06] (Casual Band - 1 gig)
  • Ian Page Band [2006]
  • Winthrop´s Jazz Bollocks
  • Richard Strange Band
  • Chicken Shack [2008]

BIOGRAPHY:

Great sax and flute player, Dave Winthrop (nicknamed Winnie) was born on November 27th, 1948, in Camden, New Jersey, but emigrated to England when he was 8.


THE MOOCHE


The Mooche was a band from Chelmsford:

THE MOOCHE #?
?
Ian Pearce
guitar
Dave Soars
bass
Brian Tatum
keyboards, vocals
Jeff Dann
drums

They recorded just one single in 1969 for the Pye label, ´Hot smoke and sassafras / Seen through a light´, produced by John Schroeder, but don´t know if this was made by the musicians listed above, apart from Dave. Does anybody know?

SUPERTRAMP


Winthrop joined Supertramp in 1970:

SUPERTRAMP #?
1970-Feb 73
Roger Hodgson
vocals, guitar
Rick Davies
vocals, keyboards
Frank Farrell
bass
Kevin Currie
drums

The band was to record their first album, but for some reason, Dave Winthrop didn´t play on it.

But he played in their 2nd album, Indelibly stamped, and some live songs can be found in the movie Extremes (although they don't appear in the soundtrack released).

In February 1973, all the members left Hodgson & Davies alone, who carried on with a new lineup.


CHICKEN SHACK


In 1977, Stan Webb resurrects mythical band Chicken Shack:

CHICKEN SHACK #?
1977
êBroken Glass
êBroken Glass
Stan Webb
vocals, guitar
Robbie Blunt
guitar, vocals
Paul Martinez
bass

They recorded an album, The creeper, with help from Tony Ashton.


After a while, Martinez left, and his replacement is Ray Knott, Spevock´s old mate in Babe Ruth:

CHICKEN SHACK #?
1977-1978
Stan Webb
vocals, guitar
Robbie Blunt
guitar, vocals
Ray Knott
bass

but Knott left the band very soon.

Steve York joined Chicken Shack around 1978, replacing Ray Knott:

CHICKEN SHACK #?
1978-1979
Stan Webb
vocals, guitar
Robbie Blunt
guitar, vocals
Steve York
bass

This lineup released a very good album in 1978, That's the way we are, before Spevock left them in 1979.

For a tour in 1979, the drum seat in Chicken Shack was filled by Louis Borenius:

CHICKEN SHACK #
Stan Webb
vocals, guitar
Robbie Blunt
guitar, vocals
Steve York
bass
Louis Borenius
drums
The Bucksê

In 1979, all the members (except Stan Webb, of course) left the band.


THE YOUNG BUCKS


I still have to find proper info about Dave playing with The Young Bucks. I don´t know if it´s my mistake, but were The Bucks and The Young Bucks the same band? I know many members are the same, but can´t say it for sure. And I guess there were more lineups with Dave in the band (probably with Seb Shelton at the same time). Help, please!


THE BUCKS


In 1979, Dave Winthrop joins The Bucks:

THE BUCKS #?
1979-Jul 79
êChicken Shack
Pat Rafferty
vocals, keyboards
Tony Wadsworth
vocals, guitar
Geoff Lincoln
bass
Archie Brown
sax
Jeff Rich
drums
Secret Affairê

But they split after a few months, in July 1979.


SECRET AFFAIR


In July 1979, Secret Affair expands to a quintet when Dave Winthrop joins:

SECRET AFFAIR #2
Jul 79-1980
êThe Bucks
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
David Cairns
guitar
Dennis Smith
bass
Seb Shelton
drums

They released two albums, Glory boys (in 1979, with help on vocals by fantastic singer Maggie Ryder) and Behind close doors (in 1980).

Their drummer left in 1980:

SECRET AFFAIR #3
1980-?
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
David Cairns
guitar
Dennis Smith
bass
Paul Bultitude
drums

But they still released a 3rd album, Business as usual, before parting ways finally in May 1982.


CHICKEN SHACK (again)


In 1986, Dave surprisingly rejoins Chicken Shack:

CHICKEN SHACK #?
1986-?
Stan Webb
vocals, guitar
Robbie Blunt
guitar, vocals
Jan Connolly
bass
Dave Wilkinson
keyboards
John Gunzell
drums

But he had to leave after a while due to health problems.


AND THEN...


Dave also plays with Chicken Shack from time to time, when he is available (it seems he rejoined the band in 2008, but can´t find info). He also plays in a Bruce Springsteen tribute band, and formed his own jazz trio, called Winthrop´s Jazz Bollocks.


SECRET AFFAIR (again)


In June 2002, Page & Cairns reform the last lineup of Secret Affair for 3 gigs:

SECRET AFFAIR #?
Jun 02
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
David Cairns
guitar
Dennis Smith
bass
Paul Bultitude
drums

And again, in June 2003, Secret Affair reforms for a special gig to promote their new compilation, Time for action - the anthology:

SECRET AFFAIR #?
Jun 03
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
David Cairns
guitar
Dennis Smith
bass
Paul Bultitude
drums

This concert was filmed and later released on DVD, as Live @ The Scala.


IAN PAGE AND THE AFFAIR


Ian Page formed his own band, called Ian Page And The Affair around 1999. In 2002, he brings his past mate Dave Winthrop.

This was their lineup in 2004:

IAN PAGE BAND #?
2004
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
Jel Lee
guitar
Ian Jones
bass
Andy Brush
sax, percussion
Steve Rinaldi
trombone, percussion
Bob Clarke
drums


SECRET AFFAIR (again)


In April 2006, Page & Cairns reform Secret Affair again for a benefit gig with a couple of new players:

SECRET AFFAIR #?
Apr 06
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
David Cairns
guitar
Nick Abnett
bass
Simon Hanson
drums


IAN PAGE AND THE AFFAIR (again)


This was Ian Page And The Affair around 2006:

IAN PAGE BAND #?
2006
Ian Page
vocals, trumpet, keyboards
Jel Lee
guitar
Ian Jones
bass
Andy Brush
sax, percussion
Bob Clarke
drums



RICHARD STRANGE BAND


Dave Winthrop has been playing in Richard Strange Band, but can´t find info about the musicians. Can someone help, please?

DISCOGRAPHY: (19 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (10 credits)
  • Live @ The Scala - Secret Affair ( - )

    • Members: Paul Bultitude, Dave Winthrop
    • Comments: Live DVD taken from a 1982 concert.
  • Hot smoke and sassafras / Seen through a light (SINGLE) - The Mooche (05/1969)

  • Indelibly stamped - Supertramp (06/1971)

    • Members: Kevin Currie, Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson, Dave Winthrop (RIP: Frank Farrell)
    • Technical: Bob Hall
    • Comments: This was Supertramp´s second album.
  • The Creeper - Stan Webb´s Chicken Shack (08/1978)

    • Members: Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez, Ed Spevock, Stan Webb, Dave Winthrop (RIP: Tony Ashton)
    • Guests: Jimmy Jewell
  • That´s the way we are - Chicken Shack (07/1979)

  • Glory boys - Secret Affair (11/1979)

    • Members: Seb Shelton, Dave Winthrop
    • Guests: Maggie Ryder
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
  • Behind closed doors - Secret Affair (09/1980)

    • Members: Seb Shelton, Dave Winthrop
    • Comments: The CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
  • The Phenomenal rise of Richard Strange - Richard Strange (1981)

    • Members: Dave Winthrop
    • Guests: Steve Bolton, Ross Middleton (RIP: Rebop Kwaku Baah)
  • Business as usual - Secret Affair (01/1982)

  • Going, gone - Richard Strange & The Engine Room (1986)

    • Members: Dave Winthrop
    • Guests: Steve Bolton, Jamie Muir, Pedro Ortiz, Jim Russell
COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (3 credits)
  • Time for action - the very best of - Secret Affair ( - )

  • Time for action - the anthology - Secret Affair (12/2003)

    • Members: Paul Bultitude, Jamie Crompton, Seb Shelton, Dave Winthrop
    • Guests: Chris Gent
    • Comments: 2CD compilation with lots of rarities, including tracks from their previous band, New Hearts.
  • Retrospectacle - the Supertramp anthology - Supertramp (10/2005)

    • Members: Bob C Benberg, Kevin Currie, Rick Davies, Mark Hart, John Anthony Helliwell, Roger Hodgson, Cliff Hugo, Scott Page, Jesse Siebenberg, Dougie Thomson, Lee R Thornburg, Carl Verheyen, Dave Winthrop (RIP: Frank Farrell)
    • Guests: Richard Hewson, Dick ´Slyde´ Hyde, Nick Lane, Steve Reid, Marty Walsh, Tom Walsh, David Woodford
    • Producer: David Kershenbaum
    • Technical: Greg Calbi, Tom Lord-Alge, Ken Scott, Allen Sides
COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • Mods Mayday ´79 - VVAA (07/1979)

SESSIONS (5 credits)
  • Here I love you - Shusha (1980)

  • Rhythm collision vol 1 - Ruts DC (1982)

  • The Happiest days of your life - Paul Bevoir with The Family Way (1985)

  • In the blood - Londonbeat (1991)

    • Guests: George Chandler, Danny Cummings, Wilf Gibson, Luis Jardim, Mark Pinder, John Turnbull, Geraint Watkins, Dave Winthrop, Gavyn Wright
  • Rhythm collision remixes - Ruts DC (09/1999)

    • Members: Dave Ruffy, Vince Segs (RIP: Paul Fox)
    • Guests: Dave Winthrop

QUESTIONS:

01. Did Dave play with Chicken Shack around 1970-71?

02. I need to find more info about sessions for Stray Cats and Jonathan Perkins.

03. I think the info on Supertramp is not accurate. Maybe Dave joined when David Palmer and Robert Millar were in the band. Can someone help, please?


THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Steve York: for info on Chicken Shack lineups with Dave in the 70s.
  • Bob Clarke: for very valuable info on Ian Page & The Affair as well as other bands by Dave.
  • Ross Elder: for info on Chicken Shack and Stan Webb´s Speedway.

  • Thanks to:
  • Tim Pratt: for his extensive knowledge on Chicken Shack.
  • John Carey: for info on Chicken Shack.

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    29/June/2010 - Page added to the blog.
    31/October/2000 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

    RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Dave Winthrop mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Ian Page (6)
    David Cairns (5)
    Dennis Smith (5)
    Paul Bultitude (3)
    Seb Shelton (3)
    Robbie Blunt (2)
    Steve Bolton (2)
    John Brand (2)
    Kevin Currie (2)
    Rick Davies (2)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 31/October/2000 - Last modified on: 30/June/2010. 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.

    Thursday, 17 June 2010

    Billy Law (drums)


    BANDS:
    • Clyde Valley Stompers
    • The Jazz Cardinals [May 62-Nov 62]
    • Long John Baldry Band [1964-Oct 64]
    • Alex Harvey Band [1965]
    • Alan Elsdon Group [1966]
    • Edmond Hall Group [1966]

    BIOGRAPHY:

    Billy Law was born William Alexander Law, in Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland. The first band I´ve been able to trace by him is the Clyde Valley Stompers.


    CLYDE VALLEY STOMPERS


    Clyde Valley Stompers was a Scottish traditional jazz band. Led by the late Ian Menzies since 1954, it had many different lineups.

    Billy Law was a member of the band, probably circa 1962 or maybe 1963, but can´t find the complete info, so if someone can help, it would be welcomed, please.

    CLYDE VALLEY STOMPERS #?
    ?
    Ian Menzies
    trombone
    Lindsay Cooper
    bass
    Norrie Brown
    banjo
    + others unknown to me.


    THE JAZZ CARDINALS


    In May 1962, Billy Law emmigrated to Denmark, in order to join a dixieland jazz band called The Jazz Cardinals:

    THE JAZZ CARDINALS #?
    May 62-Aug 62
    Jack Brunckhorst
    banjo
    Alfred Lauridsen
    bass
    Dieter Kock
    trumpet
    Jorgen Jacobsen
    clarinet
    Goffi Rasmussen
    trombone

    In August 1962, Dieter Kock leaves:

    THE JAZZ CARDINALS #?
    Aug 62-Nov 62
    Jack Brunckhorst
    banjo
    Alfred Lauridsen
    bass
    Per Hansen
    trumpet
    Jorgen Jacobsen
    clarinet
    Goffi Rasmussen
    trombone

    They recorded an album during summer 1962, but I cannot be sure if Billy appears there. Does anybody know?

    Finally, Billy left the band around November 1962 (being replaced by none other than the mythical Viv Prince).


    LONG JOHN BALDRY & THE HOOCHIE COOCHIE MEN


    Ernie O'Malley was replaced by Billy Law, sometime late in 1964:

    LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND #?
    1964 - Oct 64
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Rod Stewart
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Johnny Parker
    piano

    They remained together until October 1964, when the band changed and Billy Law left.


    ALEX HARVEY SOUL BAND


    Next thing I know about Billy Law is that he joins Alex Harvey Soul Band in 1965:

    ALEX HARVEY BAND #?
    1965
    Alex Harvey
    vocals, guitar
    Wally Stewart
    vocals
    Jimmy Grimes
    bass
    Bill Patrick
    sax, flute

    I don't know if Billy appears in any of their albums, so any additional info would be very welcomed.


    ALAN ELSDON GROUP


    Later, Billy Law was a member of Alan Elsdon's Band, a jazz combo:

    ALAN ELSDON GROUP #?
    ?
    Edmond Hall
    clarinet
    +
    Alan Elsdon
    trumpet
    Johnny Barton
    guitar, banjo
    Mick Gilligan
    bass
    Colin Bates
    piano
    Andy Cooper
    clarinet, sax
    Phil Rhodes
    trombone

    They played backing different jazz players, appearing in album by clarinet players Edmond Hall or Albert Nicholas.


    EDMOND HALL GROUP


    Billy Law was also a member of Edmond Hall Quartet (all of them taken from Alan Elsdon Band):

    EDMOND HALL GROUP #?
    ?
    Edmond Hall
    clarinet
    Mick Gilligan
    bass
    Colin Bates
    piano

    They released the album Edmond Hall Quartet.


    AND THEN...


    And then, I haven´t been able to find more info or credits about Billy Law. Does anybody know why? Maybe he retired from music business?

    DISCOGRAPHY: (7 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

    ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (5 credits)
    • Long John´s blues - Long John Baldry And The Hoochie Coochie Men (12/1964)

      • Members: Geoff Bradford, Billy Law, Rod Stewart (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Cliff Barton)
      • Guests: Ottilie Patterson (RIP: Charles Blackwell)
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 11 bonus tracks: singles (some of them, unreleased) as well as a session for Ottilie Patterson in March 1964.
    • Edmond Hall Quartet - Edmond Hall Quartet (1966)

      • Members: Billy Law (RIP: Edmond Hall)
      • Guests: (RIP: Art Hodes)
    • Albert Nicholas with Alan Elsdon´s Band volume two - Albert Nicholas (1967)

    • Albert Nicholas with Alan Elsdon´s Band volume one - Albert Nicholas (1995)

      • Members: Billy Law (RIP: Albert Nicholas)
      • Comments: Live album recorded in 1967, but unreleased until 1995.
    • The Reunion sessions - Ian and his Clyde Valley Stompers Menzies (09/2007)

    COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (1 credit)
    • Looking at Long John Baldry - the UA years 1964-1966 - Long John Baldry (05/2006)

      • Members: Geoff Bradford, Billy Law (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Cliff Barton)
      • Producer: George Martin
    COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
    • Rock generation volume 5 - VVAA (1965)

      • Guests: Geoff Bradford, Eric Clapton, Spencer Davis, Chris Dreja, Mike Hart, Billy Law, Jim McCarty, Paul Samwell-Smith, Rod Stewart, Muff Winwood, Steve Winwood, Pete York (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Cliff Barton, Sonny Boy Williamson)
      • Comments: This French sampler has the subtitle ´The First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England (Birmingham Town Hall, 28th February 1964)´. It contains live tracks by Spencer Davis R&B Quartet, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, The Yardbirds and the Liverpool Roadrunners.

    THANKS:

    Special Thanks to:
  • John H W: for lots of biographical infos (sorry, don´t know your name).

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    17/June/2010 - Page added to the blog.
    17/September/2003 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

    RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Billy Law mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Ian Armit (3)
    Long John Baldry (3)
    Cliff Barton (3)
    Colin Bates (3)
    Geoff Bradford (3)
    Mick Gilligan (3)
    Johnny Barton (2)
    Andy Cooper (2)
    Alan Elsdon (2)
    Barry Martyn (2)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 17/September/2003 - Last modified on: 17/June/2010. 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, 15 June 2010

    Cliff Barton (bass)


    BANDS:
    • Ricky Wade And The Crossfires
    • Cyril Davies R&B All Stars [Jun 63-Jan 64]
    • Long John Baldry Band [Jan 64-Nov 64]
    • Original All Stars [Nov 64-Jan 65]
    • Julian Covey & The Machine
    • Alan Price Band [1965]
    • Georgie Fame Band [Dec 65-Jul 66]
    • Free At Last [Sep 66-?]
    • Denny Laine Band [May 67-Jul 67]

    BIOGRAPHY:

    Superb bass player, he played in some great bands in the 60s. His complete name was Clifford Howard Barton and was born in 1944 in West Ealing, West London.

    He started playing guitar under the stage name Cliff Curtis.


    RICKY WADE AND THE CROSSFIRES


    Cliff was the guitarist in that band, but can´t find info about the other players. Help, please!


    CYRIL DAVIES R&B ALL STARS


    After turning down an offer to join John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, in June 1963, Cliff Barton joined famed band Cyril Davies R&B All Stars:

    CYRIL DAVIES R&B ALL STARS #
    Jun 63
    Cyril Davies
    vocals, harmonica
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Keith Scott
    piano
    Carlo Little
    drums
    The Velvettes
    vocals

    But that same month, mighty Carlo Little leaves.
    Micky Waller is called to replace Carlo Little in Cyril Davies R&B All Stars, in June 1963:

    CYRIL DAVIES R&B ALL STARS #
    Jun 63-end 63
    Cyril Davies
    vocals, harmonica
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Keith Scott
    piano
    Micky Waller
    drums
    The Velvettes
    vocals

    At the end of 1963, Waller and Scott left.
    At the end of 1963, there were a couple of changes in the lineup. Johnny Parker replaced Keith Scott, and Bob Wackett replaced Micky Waller:

    CYRIL DAVIES R&B ALL STARS #
    end 63-Jan 64
    Cyril Davies
    vocals, harmonica
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Johnny Parker
    piano
    The Velvettes
    vocals
    (died)ê
    Hoochie Coochie Menê
    Hoochie Coochie Menê
    Hoochie Coochie Menê
    Hoochie Coochie Menê

    But Cyril Davies died of leukemia on January 7, 1964. He was 32. Then, Long John Baldry took with him most of these musicians, now under the new name Hoochie Coochie Men.
    A curious note. While he still was with Cyril Davies, he was asked to join John Mayall. He declined, but recommended a young bass player, John McVie. The rest is history.


    LONG JOHN BALDRY & THE HOOCHIE COOCHIE MEN


    In January 1964, Long John Baldry leads the former Cyril Davies band, now under the new name Hoochie Coochie Men, with some changes, including a very young singer called Rod Stewart:

    LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND #?
    Jan 64-?
    êCyril Davies R&B All Stars
    êCyril Davies R&B All Stars
    êCyril Davies R&B All Stars
    êCyril Davies R&B All Stars
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Rod Stewart
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Johnny Parker
    piano
    Ernie O´Malley
    drums

    There's an album released by the band, Long John's Blues, issued with 2 different album covers.
    Ernie O'Malley was replaced by Billy Law, sometime late in 1964:

    LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND #?
    1964 - Oct 64
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Rod Stewart
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Johnny Parker
    piano

    They remained together until October 1964, when the band changed and Billy Law left.
    In October 1964, the band changes a lot, with an added horn section:

    LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND #?
    Oct 64-Nov 64
    Long John Baldry
    vocals
    Rod Stewart
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Ian Armit
    piano
    Al Gay
    sax
    Art Themen
    sax
    Johnny Spooner
    drums
    Original All Starsê
    Original All Starsê
    Original All Starsê
    Original All Starsê

    But this fantastic team sadly parted ways next month, in November 1964. Baldry and Armit recruited a new band, while the other guys (less Rod Stewart) continued under the name Original All Stars.


    ORIGINAL ALL STARS


    Original All Stars was the band formed in November 1964 from Long John Baldry´s Hoochie Coochie Men with the great singer Brian Knight:

    ORIGINAL ALL STARS #1
    Nov 64-Jan 65
    êLong John Baldry & The Hoochie Coochie Men
    êLong John Baldry & The Hoochie Coochie Men
    êLong John Baldry & The Hoochie Coochie Men
    êLong John Baldry & The Hoochie Coochie Men
    Brian Knight
    vocals
    Geoff Bradford
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Laurie Scott
    piano
    Al Gay
    sax
    Trevor Watts
    sax
    Johnny Spooner
    drums

    But in January 1965, the band split.


    AND THEN


    Sometime around 1965, Jimmy Page on the producer's role assembled a studio band to record some tracks for an album for singer Andy Anderson. This was the fabulous lineup:

    Jeff Beck (guitar)
    Cliff Barton (bass)
    Nicky Hopkins (piano)
    Carlo Little (drums)

    The recordings were never released as a proper album, but many jam tracks were also recorded, and many of them have been appearing in lots of compilations from the Immediate label. I have a couple, but there are more than 20 compilations including them.


    JULIAN COVEY & THE MACHINE


    Julian Covey is pseudonym for drummer Phil Kinorra (from Brian Auger band). Then he formed his own band, Julian Covey & The Machine, probaby around 1965. Many famous musicians played in this band: John Moorshead (guitar, later to join Aynsley Dunbar in Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation), Pete Bardens (keyboards, later in Them and Camel), Pete Solley (keyboards), or Dave Mason (guitar, later in Traffic). Sorry, I don't have more info about the lineups, so any help would be very appreciated!!

    Jim Cregan and Cliff Barton played together in the band, but can´t find info about the other musicians or the approximate period. Can someone help, please?

    JULIAN COVEY & THE MACHINE #?
    ?
    Jim Cregan
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Phil Kinorra
    drums
    + others unknown to me. Help!

    The band released a single, 'A little bit hurt / Sweet bacon (1967, Island), that was a sort of a hit, but I don't know the musicians featured there. Does anybody know?


    ALAN PRICE SET


    This was the Alan Price Set around July 1965:

    ALAN PRICE BAND #?
    1965
    Alan Price
    vocals, keyboards
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    John Walters
    trumpet
    Nigel Stanger
    sax
    Jeff Robinson
    drums


    GEORGIE FAME BAND


    Still in December 1965, Cliff Barton join Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames:

    GEORGIE FAME BAND #?
    Dec 65-Jul 66
    êRiot Squad
    Georgie Fame
    vocals, keyboards
    Colin Green
    guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Eddie Thornton
    trumpet
    Peter Coe
    sax
    Glenn Hughes
    sax
    Speedy Acquaye
    percussion
    Mitch Mitchell
    drums

    They released a 3rd album, Sweet things. But in July 1966, Speedy and Cliff leave the band (Cliff was replaced by another great player, Ricky Brown). The band called it a day 4 months later. It was the end of an era...


    FREE AT LAST


    Soon after, in September 1966, Cliff Barton joins Alexis Korner in his new band, called Free At Last:

    FREE AT LAST #1
    Sep 66-?
    Alexis Korner
    vocals, guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Hughie Flint
    drums

    But, after some months, Cliff left the band before January 1967 (being replaced by Binky McKenzie).


    DENNY LAINE BAND


    With Binky McKenzie´s departure, Cliff Barton joins in May 1967, with a few changes in the string section:

    DENNY LAINE BAND #?
    May 67-Jul 67
    Denny Laine
    vocals, guitar
    Cliff Barton
    bass
    Viv Prince
    drums
    +
    Clive Gillinson
    cello
    Haflidi Halynisson
    cello
    Angus Anderson
    violin
    John Stein
    violin

    But Cliff didn´t stay too much, and he was replaced in July 1967 by Andy Leigh.


    AND THEN...


    He started playing sessions (mostly for Donovan), but it's almost impossible tracking down session credits for recordings made in the 60s. If anyone knows about more recordings with Cliff Barton, please send me a message!

    After that, I only know that Cliff sadly died on May 16th, 1968 at the West Middlesex Hospital in London, from septicaemia due to heroin addiction, after spending 5 days at a hospital. He was just 24. Such a great talent disappeared so soon.

    DISCOGRAPHY: (16 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

    ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (4 credits)
    • The Sound of Cyril Davies (EP) - Cyril Davies (1964)

      • Members: Geoff Bradford, Rick Brown, Keith Scott, Bernie Watson (RIP: Cliff Barton, Cyril Davies, Nicky Hopkins, Carlo Little, Micky Waller)
      • Guests: Madeline Bell
      • Comments: EP with 4 songs. The A side was recorded in February 1963, and it features Cyril Davies, Rick Brown, Bernie Watson, Nicky Hopkins and Carlo Little. The B side features Cyril Davies, Geoff Bradford, Cliff Barton, Keith Scott and Micky Waller, with backing vocals by Madeline Bell & Alex Bradford.
    • Long John´s blues - Long John Baldry And The Hoochie Coochie Men (12/1964)

      • Members: Geoff Bradford, Billy Law, Rod Stewart (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Cliff Barton)
      • Guests: (RIP: Charles Blackwell, Ottilie Patterson)
      • Comments: CD reissue contains 11 bonus tracks: singles (some of them, unreleased) as well as a session for Ottilie Patterson in March 1964.
    • Sweet things - Georgie Fame (05/1966)

      • Members: Peter Coe, Georgie Fame, Colin Green, Eddie Thornton (RIP: Speedy Acquaye, Cliff Barton, Glenn Hughes, Mitch Mitchell)
      • Producer: (RIP: Denny Cordell)
    • Getaway / See saw (SINGLE) - Georgie Fame (06/1966)

    COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (3 credits)
    • The Very best of Georgie Fame - Georgie Fame (1966)

      • Members: Peter Coe, Mick Eve, Georgie Fame, Colin Green, Tex Makins, John McLaughlin, Boots Slade, Eddie Thornton (RIP: Speedy Acquaye, Cliff Barton, Glenn Hughes, John Marshall, Mitch Mitchell, Red Reece, Phil Seamen, Micky Waller)
    • 1964-1969 - Rod Stewart (06/2000)

      • Members: Dave Ambrose, P P Arnold, Brian Auger, Jeff Beck, Geoff Bradford, Vic Briggs, Rick Brown, Victor Brox, Aynsley Dunbar, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Beryl Marsden, Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart, Art Themen, Julie Tippett, Ron Wood (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Peter Bardens, Cliff Barton, Nicky Hopkins, Johnny Parker, Micky Waller)
      • Guests: Gary Boyle, Mike D´Abo, Keith Emerson, John Paul Jones, Kenny Jones, Mick Liber, Keith Richards (RIP: Kim Gardner, Bobby Graham, Art Wood)
      • Producer: Giorgio Gomelsky, Mick Jagger, Geoff Wright (RIP: Frank Zappa)
      • Comments: Collection of early recordings by Rod, featured with Long John Baldry & Hoochie Coochie Men, The Steampacket, Shotgun Express, Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation and several solo singles and demos.
    • Looking at Long John Baldry - the UA years 1964-1966 - Long John Baldry (05/2006)

      • Members: Geoff Bradford, Billy Law (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Cliff Barton)
      • Producer: George Martin
    ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (1 credit)
    • A Shot of rhythm and blues - Rod Stewart (1977)

      • Members: Rod Stewart
      • Guests: (RIP: Ian Armit, Cliff Barton, Micky Waller)
      • Comments: Album compiling unreleased material from Rod early days (1964-1966). It contains mostly blues versions of songs by Sam Cooke, Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed or Leadbelly.
    COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
    • Rock generation volume 5 - VVAA (1965)

      • Guests: Geoff Bradford, Eric Clapton, Spencer Davis, Chris Dreja, Mike Hart, Billy Law, Jim McCarty, Paul Samwell-Smith, Rod Stewart, Muff Winwood, Steve Winwood, Pete York (RIP: Ian Armit, Long John Baldry, Cliff Barton, Sonny Boy Williamson)
      • Comments: This French sampler has the subtitle ´The First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England (Birmingham Town Hall, 28th February 1964)´. It contains live tracks by Spencer Davis R&B Quartet, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, The Yardbirds and the Liverpool Roadrunners.
    COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
    • Blues anytime vol 3 - VVAA (1968)

      • Guests: Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page (RIP: Cliff Barton, Cyril Davies, Nicky Hopkins, Carlo Little, Stuff Smith)
      • Comments: Compilation of rare tracks by the Immediate label, featuring Cyril Davies & The All Stars, The All Stars (with guests Jeff Beck or or Jimmy Page or Nicky Hopkins), Eric Clapton with Jimmy Page, Santa Barbara Machine Head and Stuff Smith.
    SOUNDTRACKS (1 credit)
    • Separation OST - VVAA (1968)

      • Guests: Matthew Fisher (RIP: Cliff Barton)
      • Comments: In the original soundtrack for the movie Separation (1968), the players were: Cliff Barton (bass), Matthew Fisher (keyboards, from Procol Harum fame) and Stanley Myers (keyboards).
    SESSIONS (3 credits)
    • For little ones - Donovan (1967)

      • Members: (RIP: Harold McNair)
      • Guests: (RIP: Cliff Barton, Keith Webb)
      • Comments: The other half of the A Gift From A Flower To A Garden double album.
    • Wear your love like heaven - Donovan (1967)

      • Members: (RIP: Harold McNair)
      • Guests: Jack Bruce, Mike Carr, Eric Leese (RIP: Cliff Barton, Keith Webb)
      • Producer: (RIP: Mickie Most)
      • Comments: Half of the A Gift From A Flower To A Garden double album.
    • A Gift from a flower to a garden - Donovan (1968)

      • Members: Tony Carr (RIP: Harold McNair)
      • Guests: Jack Bruce, Mike Carr, Eric Leese, Mike O´Neill (RIP: Cliff Barton, Keith Webb)
      • Producer: (RIP: Mickie Most)
      • Comments: Double album, it was finally reissued as two separate albums, Wear Your Love Like Heaven and For Little Ones.
    COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (2 credits)
    • Donovan´s greatest hits - Donovan (1969)

      • Members: John Cameron, Tony Carr, Spike Heatley, Danny Thompson (RIP: Harold McNair)
      • Guests: Jeff Beck, Madeline Bell, Mike Carr, Clem Cattini, Jim Gordon, Allan Holdsworth, John Paul Jones, Eric Leese, Licorice Locking, Tony Newman, Jimmy Page, Ron Wood (RIP: Cliff Barton, John Bonham, Lesley Duncan, Eric Ford, Nicky Hopkins, Danny Moss, Keith Webb)
      • Producer: (RIP: Mickie Most)
      • Technical: Vic Anesini
      • Comments: The CD reissue from 1999 contains bonus tracks as well as different content in some other tracks.
    • Troubadour - the definitive collection 1964-1976 - Donovan (08/1992)

      • Members: John Cameron, Tony Carr, Spike Heatley, Jim Keltner, Danny Thompson (RIP: Harold McNair)
      • Guests: Jeff Beck, Madeline Bell, Lea Jane Berinati, David Briggs, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Harrison Calloway, Mike Carr, Clem Cattini, Ben Cauley, Clive Chaman, Ronnie Eades, Jack Emblow, David Foster, Jim Gordon, Jay Graydon, Patrick Halling, Eddie Hoh, Allan Holdsworth, Ginger Holladay, Mary Holladay, David Hungate, John Paul Jones, Sheldon Kurland, Eric Leese, Licorice Locking, Henry McCullough, Graham Nash, Tony Newman, Mike O´Neill, Jimmy Page, Shawn Phillips, Charles Rose, Jean Roussel, Tom Scott, Denny Seiwell, Chris Spedding, Harvey Thompson, Ron Wood, Reggie Young (RIP: Cliff Barton, John Bonham, Kenny Buttrey, Lesley Duncan, Eric Ford, Nicky Hopkins, Danny Moss, Cozy Powell, Ronnie Ross, Alan Spenner, Keith Webb)
      • Producer: Norbert Putnam (RIP: Mickie Most)
      • Comments: Compilation with some unreleased rarities.

    QUESTIONS:

    01. Was Cliff Barton a member of Blues Incorporated before joining Free At Last?


    RELATED WEBSITE LINKS: 6


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

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

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

    Assorted links:

    THANKS:

    Very Special Thanks to:
  • John McVie: for his message.
  • Chris Mercer: for his recollections on Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames.
  • Ron Brotherson: for info on Cliff and Cyril Davies.

  • Special Thanks to:
  • Norm Rush: for his info about Cliff.
  • John H Warburg: for lots of biographical infos.

  • Thanks to:
  • Alex Gitlin: for the list of musicians in the Rod Stewart compilation.
  • Mike MacKechnie: for info about Cliff´s death date.
  • John Harrealson: for his message.
  • Gerard Bielderman: for info on Long John Baldry´s early recordings.

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    15/June/2010 - Page added to the blog.
    17/September/2003 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

    RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Cliff Barton mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Ian Armit (5)
    Geoff Bradford (5)
    Donovan (5)
    Nicky Hopkins (5)
    Harold McNair (5)
    Keith Webb (5)
    Long John Baldry (4)
    Jeff Beck (4)
    Mike Carr (4)
    Eric Leese (4)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 17/September/2003 - Last modified on: 10/February/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, 8 June 2010

    Ivan Zagni (guitar)


    BANDS:
    • The Cadillacs [1959]
    • The Continentals
    • The News [1966]
    • Chicago Line Blues Band
    • Elkie Brooks Band [1968]
    • Nova [1968-Jan 69]
    • Jody Grind [Jan 69-Nov 69]
    • Bogomas
    • Blue Whale
    • Three´s Company [1977]
    • Elton Dean Group [1979]
    • Avantgarage [1983]
    • Music On The Wall [1985]

    BIOGRAPHY:

    Fantastic guitarist, it´s a pity that we can´t have many albums with his playing...

    Ivan Zagni was born in Norwich, England, on October 16th, 1942. Before playing guitar, he started singing in a church choir.

    First band I know about Ivan was called The Cadillacs.


    THE CADILLACS


    Band from Norwich formed in 1959 by the three brothers Zagni and a couple of friends:

    THE CADILLACS #
    John Zagni
    Frank Zagni
    Micky Woodcock
    Stewy Mackintosh
    drums, vocals


    THE CONTINENTALS


    They were a band from Norwich, in the early 60s. They had many different lineups, but one of them included superb vocalist Mike Patto, who replaced a previous singer called Milton Ingram.

    THE CONTINENTALS #?
    ?
    Mike Patto
    vocals
    Harvey Platt
    bass
    + others unknown to me. Help!


    THE NEWS


    In 1966, The Continentals sign with Decca, changing their name to The News. Mike Patto was a member, but don´t have more details.

    This was the lineup that recorded two singles:

    THE NEWS #?
    1966
    Andy Fields
    vocals, keyboards
    Harvey Platt
    bass
    Denny Royal
    drums

    The singles were: ´The entertainer´ (1966) and ´I count the tears´ (1966).

    After that, Andy Fields left.

    Andy Fields was replaced by Peter Miller:

    THE NEWS #?
    ?
    Peter Miller
    vocals
    Harvey Platt
    bass
    Denny Royal
    drums

    But they split very soon after the new recruitment.


    CHICAGO LINE BLUES BAND


    I still need to check this info. Supposedly, Ivan was a member, along with his mates Mike Patto, Tim Hinkley and Louis Cennamo. But don´t know the exact lineup(s).


    ELKIE BROOKS BAND


    Around 1968, Elkie Brooks tried to form his own band:

    ELKIE BROOKS BAND #1
    1968
    Elkie Brooks
    vocals
    Tim Hinkley
    keyboards
    Martin Harryman
    drums
    Novaê
    Novaê
    Novaê

    But after a month of rehearsals, Elkie parted ways with the musicians, who remained together for a while under the new name Nova.

    NOVA


    Power trio with great musicians formed at the end of 1968, when they left Elkie Brooks:

    NOVA #1
    1968-Jan 69
    êElkie Brooks Band
    êElkie Brooks Band
    êElkie Brooks Band
    Tim Hinkley
    keyboards
    Martin Harryman
    drums
    Jody Grindê
    Jody Grindê
    Jody Grindê

    After a while, they changed their name to Jody Grind in January 1969.


    JODY GRIND


    This was the initial lineup for Jody Grind, when they changed their name (from Nova) in January 1969:

    JODY GRIND #1
    Jan 69-Mar 69
    êNova
    êNova
    êNova
    Tim Hinkley
    keyboards
    Martin Harryman
    drums

    But Harryman left the band in March 1969.
    Their new drummer was Barry Wilson, in March 1969:

    JODY GRIND #2
    Mar 69-Nov 69
    Tim Hinkley
    keyboards
    Barry Wilson
    drums
    Bogomasê
    Bogomasê

    They recorded their first album, One step on, with help from old mate Louis Cennamo (still in Renaissance) on bass, David Palmer on arrangements and a horn section. The album was released in October 1969. But, only one month later, in November 1969, Zagni and Wilson left to form Bogomas (with Cennamo).


    BOGOMAS


    Bogomas was a trio with Zagni and Wilson (from Jody Grind) with Cennamo who had just left Renaissance:

    BOGOMAS #1
    ?
    êJody Grind
    êRenaissance
    êJody Grind
    Louis Cennamo
    bass
    Barry Wilson
    drums

    They didn´t last too long together, and after six months working together and composing, they parted ways, without having played any gig. A pity.


    BLUE WHALE


    Blue Whale was a new band formed by Aynsley Dunbar in 1969, only keeping Tommy Eyre from his former band (Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation):

    BLUE WHALE #1
    1969-?
    êBogomas
    êAynsley Dunbar Retaliation
    êAynsley Dunbar Retaliation
    Paul Williams
    vocals
    Roger Sutton
    bass
    Tommy Eyre
    keyboards
    Aynsley Dunbar
    drums
    Frank Zappa Bandê

    Robert Fripp (cerebrum in King Crimson) almost joined the group. They released an album, Blue whale, in a progressive style, with long jamming songs. But Aynsley dissolved the band, when he got a call from Frank Zappa to join forces. Coincidentally, the album contains a long version of Zappa's ´Willie the pimp´.

    AND THEN...


    He went back to Norwich, as the choir master for their Cathedral, and started composing classical works. He remained there from 1971 to 1977.

    In 1977, he came back to London, and started working with some band, such as The Electric String Trio, but can´t find proper details about them. Help, please!


    THREE´S COMPANY


    Around 1977, Elton Dean formed this avant-garde group:

    THREE´S COMPANY #?
    1977
    Marcio Mattos
    bass
    Elton Dean
    sax

    They split soon later, but many years later, some recordings appeared in Elton Dean´s album Three´s company two´s a crowd.


    ELTON DEAN GROUP


    In July 1979, Elton Dean plays 1 gig with this lineup:

    ELTON DEAN GROUP #?
    Jul 79
    Elton Dean
    sax
    Louis Moholo
    drums

    In November 1979, Ivan Zagni plays another gig with Elton Dean:

    ELTON DEAN GROUP #?
    Nov 79
    Marcio Mattos
    bass
    Elton Dean
    sax
    John Stevens
    drums


    AND THEN...


    In 1980, he went to live to New Zealand, and continued composing.


    AVANT GARAGE


    Avant Garage was a band from New Zealand featuring Ivan Zagni with some of his mates from Blam Blam Blam. I haven´t been able to find proper info on lineups, so this is the only info I have: Ivan Zagni, Tim Mahon and Peter Scholes were members, but don´t know if at the same time.

    The band released 2 albums,Garage to gallery and Avant Garage Music, both in 1983, but couldn´t find them, so don´t know who plays there. Can someone help, please?

    AVANT GARAGE #?
    ?
    Tim Mahon
    Peter Scholes
    + others unknown to me. Help!


    MUSIC ON THE WALL


    Music On The Wall was a duo comprising Ivan Zagni and Peter Scholes, formed in 1985:

    MUSIC ON THE WALL #1
    1985-?
    Peter Scholes

    But don´t have more info on them.


    AND THEN...


    In 1986, Ivan started working for orchestras, such as Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, as well as soundtracks.

    DISCOGRAPHY: (15 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

    OWN ALBUMS (4 credits)
    • Standards - Don McGlashan & Ivan Zagni (12/1982)

      • Members: Ivan Zagni
      • Comments: EP with 7 tracks recorded during September and October 1982.
    • Four minute exposure - Ivan Zagni / Peter Scholes (1983)

      • Members: Ivan Zagni
      • Comments: Released in cassette.
    • London ´79 - Ivan Zagni (1983)

      • Members: Ivan Zagni
      • Comments: Released in cassette only.
    • A Selection of trouble spots - Ivan Zagni / Steve Garden (1984)

    ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (6 credits)
    • This is the moment / Ya ya da da (SINGLE) - The News (1966)

    • The Entertainer / I count the tears (SINGLE) - The News (1966)

    • One step on - Jody Grind (10/1969)

      • Members: Tim Hinkley, Barry Wilson, Ivan Zagni
      • Guests: Louis Cennamo, David Palmer
      • Producer: Hugh Murphy
      • Comments: Reissued in 2007 as part of the 2CD Interaction - an anthology, including their 2 complete albums, One step on and Far canal, plus three unreleased tracks.
    • Blue whale - Aynsley Dunbar (1970)

      • Members: Aynsley Dunbar, Roger Sutton, Paul Williams, Ivan Zagni (RIP: Tommy Eyre)
      • Guests: Norman Leppard, Ed Ray Smith
      • Comments: Recorded during March and April 1970.
    • Music - Avant Garage (1983)

    • Three´s company two´s a crowd - Elton Dean (1997)

      • Members: Marcio Mattos, Ivan Zagni (RIP: Elton Dean)
      • Guests: (RIP: Pip Pyle)
      • Comments: This album was released in 1997, but it was recorded during the 70s. It comprises 4 tracks as a trio (Three´s Company, with Ivan Zagni and Marcio Mattos) and 2 tracks as a duo (with Pip Pyle).
    COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (1 credit)
    • Interaction - a Jody Grind anthology - Jody Grind ( - )

      • Members: Pete Gavin, Tim Hinkley, Bernie Holland, Barry Wilson, Ivan Zagni
      • Guests: Louis Cennamo
      • Comments: Compilation comprising their whole two albums: One step on and Far canal, plus 3 unreleased tracks.
    ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (2 credits)
    • Luxury length - Blam Blam Blam (05/1982)

      • Guests: Ivan Zagni
      • Technical: Roy Thomas Baker
      • Comments: Recorded from October 1981 to March 1982.
    • Music from a lightbulb - The Moth (05/2003)

    COMPILATIONS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (1 credit)
    • The Complete Blam Blam Blam - Blam Blam Blam (1992)

    SESSIONS (1 credit)
    • That´s the short and the long of it - Tall Dwarfs (1985)


    QUESTIONS:

    01. Does Ivan play in any album by Eric Glandy?

    02. Does Ivan play in the album Garage to gallery by Avant Garage?

    03. Does Ivan play in any album by Big Sideways?


    THANKS:

    Special Thanks to:
  • Tim Jones: for info on Ivan with Blam Blam Blam.
  • Adam G: for extensive info on Ivan´s activities in New Zealand.
  • Chris Andrews: for info on Ivan´s activities in New Zealand.
  • David Williams: for info on Bogomas and Ivan´s early times.

  • Thanks to:
  • Alex Gitlin: for albums and scans.
  • Michael De Waal: for info on Blue Whale.
  • Steve: for telling me he had met Ivan Zagni.
  • David Watson: for info.

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    08/June/2010 - Page added to the blog.
    18/August/2000 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

    RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Ivan Zagni mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Tim Mahon (4)
    Mark Bell (3)
    Steve Garden (3)
    Don McGlashan (3)
    Peter Scholes (3)
    Louis Cennamo (2)
    Tim Hinkley (2)
    Ben Staples (2)
    Paul Streekstra (2)
    Barry Wilson (2)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 18/August/2000 - Last modified on: 08/June/2010. 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.