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Friday, 15 April 2011

Doreen Chanter (vocals / backing vocals)


BANDS:
  • The Chanters [1967-1968]
  • Birds Of A Feather [1968-1972]
  • The Chanter Sisters
  • Elton John Band [Apr 70]
  • Long John Baldry Band [1973]
  • Bryan Ferry Band [1974]
  • Roxy Music [Oct 75-Mar 76]
  • Chris Farlowe Band
  • John Miles Band [1977]
  • Bryan Ferry Band [Jun 77]
  • The International Pop Proms [1977]
  • Gilbert O´Sullivan Band [Feb 78-Mar 78]
  • Average White Band
  • The Secret Policeman Concert Band [1981]
  • Van Morrison Band [1984]
  • Roger Waters Band [Jun 84-Jul 84]
  • Meat Loaf Band [1984]
  • Roger Waters Band [Mar 85-Apr 85]
  • Roger Waters Band [Aug 87-Nov 87]
  • Joe Cocker Band [1989]
  • Roger Waters Band [Oct 91]
  • Joe Cocker Band [1992]
  • The Official Tribute To The Blues Brothers [1994]

BIOGRAPHY:

A superb vocalist, as well as her sister Irene. They appear (together or alone) in many album credits.

Doreen Chanter



THE CHANTERS


Doreen and Irene started their career as The Chanters, back in 1967. Based in Fulham, London, the band comprised 4 brothers: Doreen, Irene, Alex and Charlie.

THE CHANTERS #1
1967-1968
Alex Chanter
guitar
Charlie Chanter
drums
Birds Of A Featherê
Birds Of A Featherê

After 4 singles, in 1968, Doreen & Irene started as a duo under the name Birds of a Feather.


BIRDS OF A FEATHER


In 1968, Doreen & Irene started as a duo under the name Birds of a Feather.

BIRDS OF A FEATHER #1
1968-1972
êThe Chanters
êThe Chanters

They recorded 4 singles in the period from 1967 to 1972, as well as an album. Next albums they made as a duo were under the new name The Chanter Sisters.


THE CHANTER SISTERS


The Chanter Sisters: Doreen Chanter and Irene Chanter


That´s the new name that Doreen & Irene Chanter used for their own recordings:

THE CHANTER SISTERS #1
?


ELTON JOHN BAND


In April 1970, just a few days after his 2nd album Elton John was released, Elton played some sessions for the BBC. At that time, he still had no band, so he used his friends from Hookfoot, as well as The Chanter Sisters for background vocals:

ELTON JOHN BAND #?
Apr 70
Elton John
vocals, piano
Dave Glover
bass
Roger Pope
drums
Ian Duck
backing vocals
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals

Elton John returned the favour to the Chanter Sisters playing in their album Birds of a feather.

Other info on members of Elton John Band (I know up to 68 members)
Already covered (10): Caroline Attard, Madeline Bell, Irene Chanter, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Stevie Lange, Jo Partridge, Roger Pope, Caleb Quaye, Tim Renwick
To be covered (57): Guy Babylon, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, 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, David Katz,... up to 57 musicians.


LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND


In 1973, Cal Batchelor joins Long John Baldry for a British tour, supporting The Faces (with Baldry's old mate, Rod Stewart, of course). A superb lineup:

LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND #?
1973
Long John Baldry
vocals
Sam Mitchell
guitar
Cal Batchelor
guitar
Archie Legget
bass
John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick
keyboards
Freddie Smith
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals

Another slightly different lineup for Long John Baldry, still in 1973:

LONG JOHN BALDRY BAND #?
1973
Long John Baldry
vocals
Sam Mitchell
guitar
Archie Legget
bass
John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick
keyboards
Jakob Magnusson
keyboards
Freddie Smith
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals
Judith Powell
backing vocals

After the tour was over, most of the musicians (except Sammy Mitchell) came back with Kevin Ayers, under the name Kevin Ayers & The Soporifics.

Other info on members of Long John Baldry Band (I know up to 110 members)
Already covered (12): Aliki Ashman, Dave Ball, Denny Ball, Cliff Barton, Cal Batchelor, Irene Chanter, Bill Eyden, Jimmy Horowitz, Felix Krish, Billy Law, Harry Reynolds, Bob Weston
Old pages (8): Ian Armit, Pete Blannin, Keith Boyce, Rod Edwards, Al Gay, Alan Murphy, Ernie O´Malley, Micky Waller
To be covered (89): Tony Ashton, Cliff Aungier, Long John Baldry, Geoff Bradford, Gary Breit, Hugh Brockie, Charity Brown, Norm Brown, Paul Brown, Tom Brown, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Roger Carey, Liane Carroll, Chris Castle, Jacko Ciminello, Elaine Clark, Mick Clarke, Tom Connor, Charlie Coolie, Myra Cooper, Randall Coryell, Butch Coulter, John Dickie, Vince Dietrich, Jim Fish,... up to 89 musicians.


BRYAN FERRY BAND


In 1974, Bryan Ferry plays his first solo concerts backed by a band and a whole orchestra:

BRYAN FERRY BAND #1
1974
Bryan Ferry
vocals
Phil Manzanera
guitar
John Wetton
bass
John Porter
bass
Mike Moran
keyboards
Peter Robinson
keyboards
êGonzalez
Martin Drover
trumpet
Paul Cosh
trumpet
Jeff Daly
sax
Ronnie Ross
sax
Malcolm Griffiths
trombone
Gonzalezê
Geoff Perkins
trombone
Morris Pert
drums, percussion
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Vicki Brown
backing vocals
Helen Chappelle
backing vocals
+
Martyn Ford
director
Paul Buckmaster
arranger, cello
Neil Tarlton
bass
Alan Whalley
bass
Helen Liebmann
cello
Martin Robinson
cello
Kathy Thulborn
cello
Gavyn Wright
violin
Irvine Arditti
violin
Robert Clark
violin
Rita Eddowes
violin
Liz Edwards
violin
Monica Huggett
violin
Ian Mackinnon
violin
Dee Partridge
violin
Richard Studt
violin
Robin Williams
violin
Brian Mack
viola
Donald McVay
viola
Cathy Stevens
viola
Stephen Tees
viola


ROXY MUSIC


The Sirens backing Roxy Music: Doreen Chanter and Jacqui Sullivan


For their British and American tour (from October to Nov 1975), Roxy Music hired John Gustafson on bass, plus The Sirens on backing vocals (Doreen Chanter and Jacqui Sullivan):

ROXY MUSIC #?
Oct 75-Nov 75
Bryan Ferry
vocals, keyboards
Phil Manzanera
guitar
Eddie Jobson
keyboards, violin
Andy Mackay
sax, oboe
Paul Thompson
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Jacqui Sullivan
backing vocals

For their next tour (from January to March 1976), Roxy Music´s new bassist was Rick Wills:

ROXY MUSIC #?
Jan 76-Mar 76
Bryan Ferry
vocals, keyboards
Phil Manzanera
guitar
Rick Wills
bass
Eddie Jobson
keyboards, violin
Andy Mackay
sax, oboe
Paul Thompson
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Jacqui Sullivan
backing vocals

Other info on members of Roxy Music (I know up to 46 members)
Already covered (2): John Gustafson, Sal Maida
Old pages (2): Paul Carrack, Rick Wills
To be covered (41): Sewuese Abwa, Tawatha Agee, Sarah Brown, Roger Bunn, Jorja Chalmers, Michelle Cobbs, Brian Eno, Yanick Etienne, Bryan Ferry, Guy Fletcher, Colin Good, Aleysha Gordon, Neil Hubbard, Neil Jason, Eddie Jobson, Michelle John, Zev Katz, Rik Kenton, Dexter Lloyd, Andy Mackay, Jimmy Maelen, Phil Manzanera, Jeremy Meehan, Andy Newmark, Davy O´List,... up to 41 musicians.


CHRIS FARLOWE BAND


This was another edition of Chris Farlowe Band:

CHRIS FARLOWE BAND #?
?
Chris Farlowe
vocals
Albert Lee
guitar
Phil Palmer
guitar
Pat Donaldson
bass
Jean Roussel
keyboards
Simon Phillips
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals

Many years later, a live album was released, BBC Radio One in concert.

Other info on members of Chris Farlowe Band (I know up to 46 members)
Already covered (7): Madeline Bell, Dave Bronze, Irene Chanter, Terry ´Tex´ Comer, Chris Mercer, Chris Parren, Joanne Williams
Old pages (5): Miller Anderson, Pat Donaldson, Tim Hinkley, Colin Hodgkinson, Steve Simpson
To be covered (33): Dave Baldwin, Norman Beaker, The Big Figure, Paul Burgess, Ron Carthy, Ricky Charman, Gerry Conway, Pat Crumly, Albie Donnelly, Chris Farlowe, Dave Greenslade, Steve Gregory, Ian Hague, Damian Hand, Kuma Harada, Ray King, Albert Lee, Micky Moody, Charlie Morgan, Carl Palmer, Phil Palmer, Simon Phillips, John Price, Peter Robinson, Jean Roussel,... up to 33 musicians.


JOHN MILES BAND


Around 1977 or so, Doreen & Irene sang live with John Miles, with this lineup (recording a live album):

JOHN MILES BAND #?
1977
John Miles
vocals, guitar
Bob Marshall
bass
Gary Moberley
keyboards
Barry Black
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals

Other info on members of John Miles Band (I know up to 17 members)
Already covered (4): Dave Caswell, Irene Chanter, Brian Chatton, Gary Moberley
To be covered (5): Barriemore Barlow, Barry Black, Brendan Healy, John Miles, Laurie Wisefield
Not enough info (7): Dion, Mick Donnelly, Simon Ferry, Fred Hill, Bob Marshall, John Miles Jr, Sara Murray


BRYAN FERRY BAND


This is the impressive lineup that appeared in New York in June 1977, with the vocal section slightly changed (instead of the Kokomo singers):

BRYAN FERRY BAND #?
Jun 77
Bryan Ferry
vocals
Chris Spedding
guitar
Phil Manzanera
guitar
John Wetton
bass
Ann Odell
keyboards
Mel Collins
sax
Martin Drover
trumpet
Paul Thompson
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Helen Chappelle
backing vocals
Jacqui Sullivan
backing vocals

Other info on members of Bryan Ferry Band (I know up to 98 members)
Already covered (2): Chris Mercer, Morris Pert
Old pages (2): Jon Carin, David Gilmour
To be covered (93): Leo Abrahams, Sewuese Abwa, Tawatha Agee, Bridgette Amofah, Irvine Arditti, Alan Barnes, Paul Beard, Dyan Birch, Sarah Brown, Vicki Brown, Paul Buckmaster, Jorja Chalmers, Helen Chappelle, Robert Clark, Michelle Cobbs, Frank Collins, Mel Collins, Paul Cosh, Jeff Daly, Iain Dixon, Martin Drover, Malcolm Earle-Smith, Rita Eddowes, Liz Edwards, Bryan Ferry,... up to 93 musicians.


THE INTERNATIONAL POP PROMS


Around 1977, it was held a special concert celebrating The Music Of The Fifties in Preston, Lancashire, with these artists: Ben E King, Emile Ford, Frankie Laine, Marty Wilde and Joe and Vicki Brown. They were backed by The International Pop Proms Orchestra, conducted by Les Reed. I only know the supreme vocal section, but I´d like to know the players too. Can someone help, please?:

THE INTERNATIONAL POP PROMS #?
1977
Les Reed
conductor
+
Tony Burrows
vocals
George Chandler
vocals
Kay Garner
vocals
Barry St John
vocals
Sue Glover
vocals
Sunny Leslie
vocals
Russell Stone
vocals
Earl Jordan
vocals
Neil Lancaster
vocals
David Martin
vocals
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of The International Pop Proms (I know up to 13 members)
Already covered (2): Irene Chanter, Kay Garner
To be covered (8): Tony Burrows, George Chandler, Sue Glover, Neil Lancaster, Sunny Leslie, Les Reed, Barry St John, Russell Stone
Not enough info (2): Earl Jordan, David Martin


GILBERT O´SULLIVAN BAND


Gilbert O´Sullivan hired the band Wilder for backing him in his tour of 1978 (February to March). He also hired the Chanter Sisters as vocalists:

GILBERT O´SULLIVAN BAND #?
Feb 78-Mar 78
Gilbert O´Sullivan
vocals, keyboards
Bill Cuthbert
guitar
Richard Houghton
bass
Neil Carter
keyboards
Stuart Heeley
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals

Other info on members of Gilbert O´Sullivan Band (I know up to 35 members)
Already covered (3): Irene Chanter, Helen Hardy, Tim Renwick
To be covered (5): Liam Bradley, Neil Carter, Martin Ditcham, Stuart Heeley, Mick Parker
Not enough info (26): James Blennerhassett, Shelley Blond, Nozomi Cohen, Jessica Cox, Bill Cuthbert, Graham Du Plessis, Matthew Elston, Nina Ferro, Victoria Hardy, Richard Houghton, Charlotte James, Pat Kyle, Niamh McNally, Eve Naylor, Gilbert O´Sullivan, Emma Owens, Nick Scott, Bill Shanley, Johnnie Spence, Amy Stanford, Eleanor Stanford, Laura Stanford, Rachel Steadham, Rebecca Thornhill, Julian Webster Greaves,... up to 26 musicians.


AVERAGE WHITE BAND


Around September 1980, Average White Band played in a special concert to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rainbow Theatre in London. For this concert, they included the Chanter Sisters as backing vocalists. Don´t know the exact info, so this lineup is just my guess:

AVERAGE WHITE BAND #?
1980
Hamish Stuart
vocals, guitar, bass
Onnie McIntyre
guitar, vocals
Alan Gorrie
guitar, bass, vocals
Roger Ball
keyboards, sax
Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan
sax
Steve Ferrone
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Irene Chanter
backing vocals
+ maybe others, unknown to me. Help!

If someone can confirm me this point (or if there were more musicians), please let me know.

Other info on members of Average White Band (I know up to 20 members)
Already covered (1): Irene Chanter
To be covered (18): Pete Abbott, Roger Ball, Rocky Bryant, Adam Deitch, Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan, Brian Dunne, Steve Ferrone, Sammy Figueroa, Alan Gorrie, Klyde Jones, Eliot Lewis, Robbie McIntosh, Onnie McIntyre, Michael Rosen, Marvin Stamm, Hamish Stuart, John Sussewell, Fred Vigdor


THE SECRET POLICEMAN CONCERT BAND


In 1981, several musicians and actors (from Monty Python) arranged to play 4 concerts in benefit of Amnesty International. There were great performers there, like Jeff Beck & Eric Clapton (playing together!), Phil Collins, Sting (his first solo appearance, he still was in The Police), Donovan, Bob Geldof, etc. The grand finale of these shows consisted of a massive jam playing Dylan's ´I shall be released´. The unusual lineup of this band was (be ready!):

THE SECRET POLICEMAN CONCERT BAND #1
1981
Sting
vocals, guitar
Jeff Beck
guitar
Eric Clapton
guitar
John Etheridge
guitar
Neil Innes
guitar
Ray Russell
guitar
Mo Foster
bass
Neil Murray
bass
John Altman
keyboards
Chaz Jankel
keyboards
Paul Cosh
trumpet
Martin Drover
trumpet
Digby Fairweather
trumpet
Mark Isham
trumpet
Mel Collins
sax
Jeff Daly
sax
Malcolm Griffiths
trombone
Mike Henry
horns
Simon Phillips
drums
Sharon Campbell
backing vocals
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Phil Collins
backing vocals
Chris Cross
backing vocals
Donovan
backing vocals
Sheena Easton
backing vocals
Bob Geldof
backing vocals
Micky Moody
backing vocals
Tom Robinson
backing vocals
Linda Taylor
backing vocals
Midge Ure
backing vocals

There is also a video from that concert, but the tracks are slightly different. At least in my copy, the Beck/Clapton appearance is reduced to 2 songs, and Pete Townshend appears here, with a performance from 1980. The setlist for the live album is: Sting (2 tracks), Jeff Beck & Eric Clapton (3 tracks), Bob Geldof (1 track), Phil Collins with Daryl Stuermer (2 tracks), Donovan with Danny Thompson (2 tracks), the all-star band (1 track - the one featuring Doreen).

Other info on members of The Secret Policeman Concert Band (I know up to 30 members)
Already covered (1): Linda Taylor
Old pages (3): Jeff Beck, Neil Murray, Ray Russell
To be covered (21): John Altman, Sharon Campbell, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Phil Collins, Paul Cosh, Jeff Daly, Martin Drover, John Etheridge, Digby Fairweather, Mo Foster, Malcolm Griffiths, Mike Henry, Neil Innes, Mark Isham, Chaz Jankel, Micky Moody, Simon Phillips, Tom Robinson, Sting, Midge Ure
Not enough info (4): Chris Cross, Donovan, Sheena Easton, Bob Geldof


VAN MORRISON BAND


Van Morrison live in January 1984 - partial image of the stage - from left to right: Terry Popple, Van Morrison, Artie McGlynn, Doreen Chanter, Katie Kissoon


Doreen Chanter and Katie Kissoon live with Van Morrison, January 1984


In January 1984, this was the lineup for Van Morrison Band that appeared in Rockpalast performance from Midem Festival in Cannes:

VAN MORRISON BAND #?
1984
Van Morrison
vocals, guitar, sax
Artie McGlynn
guitar
Jerome Rimson
bass
Kenny Craddock
keyboards
Martin Drover
trumpet
Richie Buckley
sax
Terry Popple
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Joy Yates
backing vocals

Other info on members of Van Morrison Band (I know up to 168 members)
Already covered (1): Big Jim Sullivan
Old pages (3): Herbie Armstrong, Tim Hinkley, Katie Kissoon
To be covered (161): Teressa ´Terry´ Adams, Haji Ahkba, John Allair, John Altman, Robin Aspland, Bill Atwood, Chris Barber, Peter Bardens, Guy Barker, Crawford Bell, George Bell, Jay Berliner, Colin Blakeley, June Boyce, Helen Bradley, Liam Bradley, Charlie Brown, Richie Buckley, Justin Carroll, Cindy Cashdollar, Mario Cipollina, Johnny Colla, Bill Combes, Jim Condie, Phil Coulter,... up to 161 musicians.
Not enough info (2): ? Others Unknown, JB Horns


ROGER WATERS BAND


From left to right: Roger Waters, Doreen Chanter and Katie Kissoon - live , 1984


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

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

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


MEAT LOAF BAND


Meat Loaf and Doreen Chanter


Meat Loaf and Doreen Chanter


This was Meat Loaf´s superb backing band, Neverland Express, for their tour in 1984-1985:

MEAT LOAF BAND #?
1984-1985
Meat Loaf
vocals
Bob Kulick
guitar
Johnny Golden
bass
Brian Chatton
keyboards
Paul Jacobs
keyboards
Andy Wells
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Kati Mac
backing vocals

But I have a video recording from 1985, it´s a German TV appearance to promote the Bad attitude album, and it seems the lineup has been reduced (Bob Kulick is not there, and I don´t see Kati Mac). Was this a real live lineup, or just a special one-off gig?

Other info on members of Meat Loaf Band (I know up to 56 members)
Already covered (2): Brian Chatton, Stevie Lange
To be covered (53): Pearl Aday, Mark Alexander, Ray Andersen, Justin Avery, Jeff Bova, Tom Brislin, Chuck Burgi, Steve Buslowe, Domenic Cicchetti, Renee Cologne, Paul Crook, Karla DeVito, Rory Dodd, Sarah Douglas, Frank Doyle, Mark Doyle, Randy Flowers, Dave Gellis, Paul Glanz, Amy Goff, Elaine Goff, Johnny Golden, Steve Hunter, Carolyn Jablonski, Paul Jacobs,... up to 53 musicians.


ROGER WATERS BAND (again)


The second leg of the Roger Waters tour (March to April 1985) had a different lineup:

ROGER WATERS BAND #?
Mar 85-Apr 85
Roger Waters
vocals, guitar, bass
Jay Stapley
guitar
Andy Fairweather Low
guitar, bass
Michael Kamen
keyboards
Mel Collins
sax
Andy Newmark
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Katie Kissoon
backing vocals

From August to November 1987, Roger Waters toured again, in order to promote his album Radio KAOS. This was the lineup for his backing band, The Bleeding Heart Band:

ROGER WATERS BAND #?
Aug 87-Nov 87
Roger Waters
vocals, guitar, bass
Jay Stapley
guitar
Andy Fairweather Low
guitar, bass
Paul Carrack
keyboards
Mel Collins
sax
Graham Broad
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Katie Kissoon
backing vocals
Jim Ladd
DJ


JOE COCKER BAND


From left to right: Maxine Green, Doreen Chanter and Crystal Taliefero - live with Joe Cocker, 1989


This was the Joe Cocker Band around July 1989 when they played in Spain, with the very nice surprise of finding Chris Stainton again!:

JOE COCKER BAND #?
1989
Joe Cocker
vocals
T M Stevens
bass
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Jeff Levine
keyboards
Deric Dyer
sax
Steve Holley
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Maxine Green
backing vocals
+ unknown guitarist. Help, please!

But soon later, they augment the lineup (the Live album was recorded in October 1989 with this new one):

JOE COCKER BAND #?
1989
Joe Cocker
vocals
Keith Mack
guitar
T M Stevens
bass
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Jeff Levine
keyboards
Deric Dyer
sax
Steve Holley
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Maxine Green
backing vocals
Crystal Taliefero
backing vocals
+ The Memphis Horns:
Wayne Jackson
Gary Gazaway

I also have a video of a Joe Cocker concert for the German 'Ohne Filter' TV show, from 1988, and I think Chris was featured there, but I cannot find where I have the tape, to confirm the lineup.

I guess Chris Stainton kept on playing with more different incarnations of Joe Cocker Band, but it's extremely difficult finding info about the Joe Cocker Band lineups. Help, please!


ROGER WATERS BAND (again)


On October 1991, there was a great festival held in Seville, Spain. The event was called Guitar Legends. Many fantastic people played there. Roger Waters came on the 4th day, to play a similar set to the Berlinese concert of The Wall. This time, the all-star lineup included his usual Bleeding Hearts Band, plus some guests (for example, Tony Levin and Bruce Hornsby, who were the musical directors for that day in the festival, usually playing with all the artists):

ROGER WATERS BAND #?
Oct 91
Roger Waters
vocals, guitar, bass
Snowy White
guitar
Andy Fairweather Low
guitar
Tony Levin
bass
Peter Wood
keyboards
Patrick Leonard
keyboards
Bruce Hornsby
keyboards
Graham Broad
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Katie Kissoon
backing vocals

I´m not sure about Bruce Hornsby playing with Roger, I only watch 2 keyboardists on stage!

Other info on members of Roger Waters Band (I know up to 52 members)
Already covered (2): Levon Helm, Tim Renwick
Old pages (8): Jon Carin, Paul Carrack, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Sylvia Mason-James, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters, Peter Wood
To be covered (41): P P Arnold, Monk Bordeaux, Doyle Bramhall II, Graham Broad, Joe Chemay, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Rick DiFonzo, Andy Fairweather Low, James Farber, Stan Farber, James Galway, Nick Glennie-Smith, Jim Haas, Bruce Hornsby, Garth Hudson, Jon Joyce, Chester Kamen, Carol Kenyon, David Kilminster, Jim Ladd, Kipp Lennon, Mark Lennon, Pat Lennon, Patrick Leonard,... up to 41 musicians.


JOE COCKER BAND (again)


This was the Joe Cocker Band that played at Montreux Festival in July 1992:

JOE COCKER BAND #?
1992
Joe Cocker
vocals
Laurie Wisefield
guitar
John Miles
guitar, keyboards, vocals
Warren McRae
bass
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Deric Dyer
keyboards, percussion
Jack Bruno
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Maxine Sharp
backing vocals

Other info on members of Joe Cocker Band (I know up to 145 members)
Already covered (11): Joe Cocker, Cornell Dupree, Tommy Eyre, Mickey Gee, Phil Grande, Dan Hickey, Conrad Isidore, Bobby Keys, Andrew Love, Donna Washburn, Viola Wills
Old pages (5): Mike Finnigan, Colin Gibson, Chris Stainton, Mick Wayne, Mick Weaver
To be covered (128): Mark Alexander, Rick Alfonso, Beth Anderson, Kenny Aronoff, Virginia Ayers, Nicole Barclay, David Beal, Dyan Birch, Gene Black, Chuck Blackwell, Beverly Bloomfield, Sue Bogas, Kara Britz, Greg Brown, Jack Bruno, Glenn ´Ross´ Campbell, Stacy Campbell, Mitch Chakour, Kacee Clanton, Frank Collins, Mel Collins, Rita Coolidge, Phil Crookes, Ric Cunningham, Cydney Davis,... up to 128 musicians.


THE OFFICIAL TRIBUTE TO THE BLUES BROTHERS


This is a tribute show to The Blues Brothers. It has been held for many years. Doreen Chanter was part of the show in 1994:

THE OFFICIAL TRIBUTE TO THE BLUES BROTHERS #?
1994
Chris Holland
vocals
Brad Henshaw
vocals
Richard Henders
vocals
Paul Murphy
vocals
Yvonne Newman
vocals
Mary Pearce
vocals
+ others unknown to me. Help!


AND THEN...


Doreen Chanter


Doreen Chanter while in Meat Loaf Band


Doreen has also worked on TV shows, recording jingles.


DOREEN AS WRITER...


Apart from suplying so many great performances on vocals, she has also written some memorable songs. I'm just mentioning a few ones. I'll try to make it more complete with time...

Kiki Dee single Star, written by Doreen Chanter


Doreen also wrote the song ´Star´ for Kiki Dee. Kiki released it as a single in January 1981. The single (´Star´ / ´Give it up´) reached number 13 in the UK singles chart, and between 1987 and 1990 it was the theme song of the BBC One programme Opportunity knocks.

Another single for Kiki Dee in July 1981. Song ´Midnight flyer´, co-written with sister Irene Chanter. Both songs were later included in Kiki Dee's album Perfect timing. But neither Doreen or Ireen appear in the album.

Roll over Beethoven was a British TV series from mid 80s. The soundtrack is from 1985, and it contains the track ´Cassie´s song´, written by Doreen Chanter, and sung by Kiki Dee. Kiki Dee and Carl Wayne (from The Move) appear in the soundtrack.

She has also written songs for films, TV and records.

As a curiosity, Doreen and Irene appear (uncredited) as schoolgirls in the horror movie Twins of Evil in 1971.


DISCOGRAPHY: (136 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

OWN ALBUMS (1 credit) ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (34 credits)
  • You can´t fool me / All day long (SINGLE) - The Chanters (1967)

  • Every night (I sit and cry) / Where (SINGLE) - The Chanters (1967)

  • My love is for you / Mississippi paddleboat (SINGLE) - The Chanters (1968)

  • What´s wrong with you / Right by your side (SINGLE) - The Chanters (1968)

  • Blacksmith Blues / Sing My Song And Pray (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1969)

  • Take me to the pilot (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1970)

  • Thank You / Baby Don´t You Bring Me Down (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1970)

  • You Know Me Better / Summer Has Gone (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1970)

  • All God´s Children Got Soul / Get It Together (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1970)

  • Birds of a feather - Birds Of A Feather (1970)

  • Country comfort / One more time (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1970)

  • For better or worse / Time of life (SINGLE) - Birds Of A Feather (1971)

  • Dr Love / Live a little longer (SINGLE) - Electric Dolls (September 1973)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Guests: Elkie Brooks
    • Producer: Biddu
    • Comments: I think Electric Dolls was a pseudonym for the Chanter Sisters. The B-side is sung by Elkie Brooks, uncredited.
  • First flight - The Chanter Sisters (1976)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Mike Moran + Hugh Burns, Ray Cooper, Jeff Daly, Herbie Flowers, Neil Hubbard (RIP: Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: Roger Cook
    • Technical: Mike Bobak
  • Viva! - Roxy Music (July 1976) (LIVE)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Bryan Ferry, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, Sal Maida, Phil Manzanera, Jacqui Sullivan, Paul Thompson, John Wetton, Rick Wills (RIP: John Gustafson)
    • Producer: Chris Thomas
    • Technical: Dennis Blackham, Rhett Davies, Bob Ludwig, Steve Nye, Bill Price, John Punter
    • Comments: It was recorded from different concerts in their tours in 1973, 1974 and 1975, with several different bassists.
  • Let´s stick together - Bryan Ferry (September 1976)

    • Members: Bryan Ferry + Doreen Chanter, Helen Chappelle, Mel Collins, Martin Drover, Neil Hubbard, Phil Manzanera, Paddy McHugh, Chris Mercer, Ann Odell, John Porter, Chris Spedding, Jacqui Sullivan, Paul Thompson, John Wetton (RIP: Vicki Brown, Morris Pert)
    • Guests: Eddie Jobson, Davy O´List, Rick Wills (RIP: John Gustafson)
    • Producer: Chris Thomas
    • Technical: Bob Ludwig, Steve Nye, John Punter, Nigel Walker
    • Comments: Let's stick together is Ferry´s fourth album, although it comprises of outtakes, from both Bryan Ferry solo career and Roxy Music tracks. The basic band for the album is: Bryan Ferry (vocals, keyboards, harmonica), Chris Spedding (guitar), John Wetton (bass), Chris Mercer (sax), Paul Thompson (drums). But we can also find Phil Manzanera (guitar on 1 track), Davy O'List (guitar on 1 track), Neil Hubbard (guitar on the track 'Casanova'), John Gustafson (bass on the song 'Re-make/Re-model'), John Porter (bass on 1 track), Rick Wills (bass on the track 'Sea breezes'), Eddie Jobson (keyboards, violin), Mel Collins (sax), Martin Drover (trumpet), Morris Pert (percussion), Ann Odell (string arrangements), and backing vocals by Jacqui Sullivan, Helen Chappelle, Paddie McHugh, Doreen Chanter, Vicki Brown, Martha Walker.
  • In your mind - Bryan Ferry (February 1977)

    • Members: Bryan Ferry + Dyan Birch, Doreen Chanter, Helen Chappelle, Frank Collins, Mel Collins, Martin Drover, Neil Hubbard, Phil Manzanera, Paddy McHugh, Chris Mercer, Ann Odell, John Porter, Chris Spedding, Jacqui Sullivan, Paul Thompson, John Wetton (RIP: Morris Pert)
    • Guests: Dave Skinner + Ray Cooper, Preston Heyman
    • Producer: Steve Nye
    • Technical: Bob Ludwig, Nigel Walker
    • Comments: In your mind is Ferry´s fifth album. With: Phil Manzanera (guitar), Chris Spedding (guitar), Neil Hubbard (guitar), John Wetton (bass), John Porter (bass), Ann Odell (keyboards), Chris Mercer (sax), Mel Collins (sax), Martin Drover (trumpet), Ray Cooper (percussion), Morris Pert (percussion), Paul Thompson (drums), with David Skinner and Preston Hayward, plus backing vocals by Frankie Collins, Paddie McHugh, Dyan Birch (all three from Kokomo, along with Neil Hubbard), Jacquie Sullivan, Helen Chappelle and Doreen Chanter. The horn arrangements were done by Chris Mercer and Mel Collins, and strings were arranged by Ann Odell. It was recorded in London during 1976-77.
  • Ready for love - Chanter Sisters (1978)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Guests: Gary Brown, John Christopher, Ronnie Eades, Mike Leech, Kenny Malone, Harvey Thompson, Bobby Wood, Reggie Young (RIP: Harrison Calloway, Charles Cochran)
  • Shoulder to shoulder - Chanter Sisters (1978)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Guests: Martin Drover, Martyn Ford, Chris Mercer, Ann Odell + Jimmy Chambers, Ray Cooper, John Giblin, Tony Hymas, Tony Jackson, Dave Markee, Micky Moody, Simon Phillips, Ray Russell, Henry Spinetti, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Ray Warleigh)
    • Producer: Hugh Burns
    • Technical: Steve Nye
    • Comments: Doreen Chanter and Irene Chanter appear in lots of albums as guest vocalists, but they also recorded their own albums. In this one, they had fantastic backing musicians: Ray Russell (guitar), Hughie Burns (guitar, later in Jack Bruce band, also producing the album), Micky Moody (guitar, from Whitesnake, and once in Juicy Lucy with Chris Mercer), Dave Markee (bass), John Giblin (bass), Martin Drover (trumpet), Chris Mercer (sax), Ray Warleigh (sax), Pete Wingfield (keyboards), Tony Hymas (keyboards), Ray Cooper (percussion), Simon Phillips (drums), Henry Spinetti (drums), plus backing vocals by Jimmy Chambers and Tony Jackson.
  • The Pros and cons of hitch hiking - Roger Waters (1984)

    • Members: Roger Waters + Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Katie Kissoon, Andy Newmark (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Andy Bown + Madeline Bell, Ray Cooper, Kevin Flanagan, David Sanborn (RIP: Raphael Ravenscroft)
    • Comments: The first solo album by Roger Waters after Pink Floyd split. A superb album! With fantastic names: Eric Clapton (guitar), Andy Bown (keyboards), Michael Kamen (keyboards), Raf Ravenscroft (sax), David Sanborn (sax), Kevin Flanagan (sax), Vic Sullivan (sax), Ray Cooper (percussion), Andy Newmark (drums), and backing vocals by a spectacular trio: Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter and Madeline Bell.
  • Bad attitude - live! - Meat Loaf (1985)

    • Members: Meat Loaf + Doreen Chanter, Brian Chatton, Johnny Golden, Paul Jacobs, Bob Kulick, Kati Mac (RIP: Wells Kelly)
    • Comments: Live video recorded in 1985.
  • Who needs information / Molly´s song (SINGLE) - Roger Waters (1987)

    • Members: Roger Waters + Doreen Chanter
    • Comments: The B-side features Doreen Chanter on lead vocals.
  • Radio KAOS - Roger Waters (1987)

    • Members: Roger Waters + Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jim Ladd, Ian Ritchie, Jay Stapley, Claire Torry
    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Matt Irving, Stevie Lange, John Lingwood, Suzanne Rhatigan, Pete Thoms (RIP: Vicki Brown)
  • Joe Cocker live - Joe Cocker (May 1990) (LIVE)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Deric Dyer, Gary Gazaway, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Wayne Jackson, Jeff Levine, Keith Mack, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens, Crystal Taliefero (RIP: Joe Cocker + Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Tawatha Agee, Bashiri Johnson, Earl Slick, Vaneese Thomas, Fonzi Thornton
    • Producer: Michael Lang, Steve Thompson
    • Technical: Chris Lord-Alge, Howie Weinberg
  • Waiting in the wings - Chris Farlowe (1992)

    • Members: Chris Farlowe + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Kuma Harada, Tim Hinkley, Albert Lee, Micky Moody, Charlie Morgan, Phil Palmer
    • Guests: Sam Brown, Clem Clempson, Leo Lyons, Andy Nye, Jeff Seopardie, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Vicki Brown, Boz Burrell, Alvin Lee)
    • Comments: Fantastic singer, he is backed in Waiting in the wings with a impressive list of musicians and friends, like Alvin Lee & Leo Lyons (from Ten Years After), Micky Moody (guitar), Tim Hinkley (keyboards, also producing), Geoff Whitehorn (guitar), Albert Lee (guitar), Clem Clempson (guitar), Phil Palmer (guitar), Boz Burrell (bass), Charlie Morgan (drums), and backing vocals by Vicky Brown, Sam Brown, Irene Chanter & Doreen Chanter. The album was recorded during 1990 and 1991. Ah, the Spanish version is a bit different: the title was Farlowe, and it has a different song, plus two different takes.
  • Amused to death - Roger Waters (September 1992)

    • Members: Roger Waters + P P Arnold, Graham Broad, Doreen Chanter, Rick DiFonzo, Andy Fairweather Low, Jim Haas, Jon Joyce, Katie Kissoon, Patrick Leonard (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Jeff Beck, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, B J Cole, Luis Conte, Rita Coolidge, Lynne Fiddmont, Denny Fongheiser, Bruce Gaitsch, Don Henley, Natalie Jackson, Randy Jackson, Steve Lukather, John Patitucci, John Pierce, Tim Pierce, Steve Sidwell, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Jeff Porcaro)
    • Technical: Haydn Bendall
    • Comments: What a killer guitar team for the album Amused to death!: Jeff Beck and Geoff Whitehorn. Also with Steve Lukather (guitar), Tim Pierce (guitar), Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Rick DiFonzo (guitar), Bruce Gaitsch (guitar), John 'Rabbit' Bundrick (keyboards), Randy Jackson (bass), John Pattituci (bass), the late Jeff Porcaro (drums), Graham Broad (drums), Denny Fongheiser (drums), and vocals by Rita Coolidge, Don Henley, Katie Kissoon and Doreen Chanter, plus Michael Kamen conducting an orchestra. A very interesting album.
  • Live in concert - John Miles (1993) (LIVE)

    • Members: John Miles + Barry Black, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gary Moberley
    • Producer: Jeff Griffin
    • Comments: Some tracks were recorded live in March 1976, but most of them are from February 1977.
  • BBC Radio One In Concert - Chris Farlowe (1996) (LIVE)

  • The Voice - Chris Farlowe (1998)

    • Members: Chris Farlowe + Norman Beaker, Paul Burgess, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Lenni, John Price
    • Guests: Ronnie Leahy + Elkie Brooks, Paul Clarvis, Laurence Cottle, Steve Price, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis
    • Producer: Clem Clempson, Kris Gray
    • Technical: Steve Chase, Gwyn Mathias
    • Comments: In 1998, Farlowe releases a new album, The voice, produced by Clem Clempson (who also plays guitar). With Elkie Brooks and The Chanter Sisters (Irene and Doreen Chanter) on vocals, Tim Renwick (guitar), Norman Beaker (guitar), Ricky Bird (guitar), John Price (bass), Laurence Cottle (bass), Steve Price (bass), Ronnie Leahy (keyboards), Paul Burgess (drums), Gary Wallis (drums), Lennie Crookes (sax).
    • My opinion: Fantastic album, very well played and produced. It´s a pleasure listening to the Chanter Sisters backing Farlowe so fine.
  • Flickering flame vol 1 - Roger Waters (April 2002)

    • Members: Roger Waters + P P Arnold, Doyle Bramhall II, Graham Broad, Jon Carin, Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Patrick Leonard, Susannah Melvoin, Andy Newmark, Ian Ritchie, Claire Torry, Andy Wallace, Snowy White (RIP: Michael Kamen)
    • Guests: Andy Bown + Madeline Bell, Simon Chamberlain, Clem Clempson, Luis Conte, Ray Cooper, Kevin Flanagan, Matt Irving, John Lingwood, Steve Lukather, Suzanne Rhatigan, David Sanborn, Pete Thomas, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Vicki Brown + James P Johnson, Raphael Ravenscroft)
  • Farlowe that! - Chris Farlowe (2003)

    • Members: Chris Farlowe + Miller Anderson, Dave Baldwin, Norman Beaker, Paul Burgess, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Tim Franks, Damian Hand, Lenni, John Price
    • Guests: Van Morrison
    • Producer: Kris Gray
  • The Thrill of it all - a visual history 1972-1982 - Roxy Music (2007)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Brian Eno, Bryan Ferry, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Paul Thompson, Rick Wills (RIP: John Gustafson)
    • Comments: 2DVD with live appearances from 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1982. There´s also a 4CD boxset with the same name, but different content (mostly studio takes and some unreleased tracks).
  • Hotel Eingang - Chris Farlowe (October 2008)

    • Members: Chris Farlowe + Miller Anderson, Paul Burgess, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Damian Hand
    • Guests: Frank Tischer + Sarah Jory, Martyn C Winning
    • Producer: Kris Gray
  • A World of love - The Les Reed Orchestra ( - )

COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (1 credit)
  • The Best of Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker (1992)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Cydney Davis, Deric Dyer, Gary Gazaway, Cliff Goodwin, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Wayne Jackson, Jim Keltner, Jeff Levine, Keith Mack, John Miles, Eric Parker, Vito San Filippo, Maxine Sharp, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens, Crystal Taliefero (RIP: Joe Cocker + Andrew Love, Larry Marshall)
    • Guests: Alex Acuna, Mike Baird, Mike Campbell, Nathan East, Cissy Houston, Steve Lukather, Jeff Lynne, David Paich, Greg Phillinganes, Neil Stubenhaus, Benmont Tench, Jennifer Warnes, Elisecia Wright (RIP: Jeff Porcaro)
    • Producer: Tony Carey, Michael Lang, Stewart Levine, Chris Lord-Alge, David Tickle, Richie Zito
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (7 credits)
  • Loving & free - Kiki Dee (1973)

    • Members: Kiki Dee + B J Cole, Davey Johnstone, Ronnie Leahy
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Nigel Olsson + Roger Ball, Gerry Conway, Paul Keogh, Dave Mattacks, Jim Ryan, Liza Strike (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Dee Murray + Kay Garner, Jimmy Hall)
    • Producer: Elton John
    • Technical: Richard Dodd
    • Comments: Loving and free contains collaborations from the Elton John Band: Davey Johnstone (guitar), Dee Murray (bass), Elton John (keyboards), Nigel Olsson (drums), plus Paul Keogh (guitar), Jim Ryan (guitar), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Ronnie Leahy (keyboards), Roger Ball (sax), Gerry Conway (drums), Dave Mattacks (drums), and a great team of backing vocalists: the superb Chanter Sisters (Doreen Chanter & Irene Chanter), Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner and Lisa Strike.
  • Doctor´s orders - Sunny (1974)

  • Cuckoo cuckoo / Sweet water memory (SINGLE) - Irene Chanter (1975)

  • La Booga Rooga - Andy Fairweather-Low (1975)

    • Members: Andy Fairweather Low + John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, B J Cole, John David, Dave Mattacks
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter + Bud Beadle, Joe Egan, Georgie Fame, Benny Gallagher, Steve Gregory, Jimmy Jewell, Kenny Jones, Bernie Leadon, Graham Lyle, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Eddie Thornton (RIP: Gerry Rafferty, Bruce Rowland, Joanne Williams)
    • Comments: La Booga Rooga contains collaborations from: Bernie Leadon (guitar, later in Eagles), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), John David (bass), John 'Rabbit' Bundrick (keyboards), Georgie Fame (keyboards), Jimmy Jewell (sax), Kenny Jones (drums), Dave Mattacks (drums), Bruce Rowland (drums), and a horn section from Gonzalez: Bud Beadle & Steve Gregory. Plus some special guests on vocals: Gerry Rafferty & Joe Egan (that is, Stealers Wheel), Doreen Chanter, Benny Gallagher & Graham Lyle (i.e. Gallagher & Lyle duo), Barry St. John, Liza Strike.
  • Diamond head - Phil Manzanera (1975)

    • Members: Phil Manzanera + Charles Hayward, Paul Thompson
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Brian Eno, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, John Wetton + Ian McDonald, Brian Turrington, Robert Wyatt
  • Solo - Sue Glover (1976)

    • Members: Sue Glover
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Sunny Leslie + Tony Braunagel, John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Mickey Feat, Dave Mattacks, Terry Wilson (RIP: Paul Kossoff, Tony Williams)
  • Never stop rockin´ - Carlo Little Allstars (2009)

    • Members: Rick Brown, Johnny Casanova (RIP: Carlo Little + Art Wood)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Matthew Fisher, Ron Wood + Geraint Watkins (RIP: Long John Baldry)
COMPILATIONS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (2 credits)
  • Wide eyed and legless: the A&M recordings - Andy Fairweather Low (June 2004)

    • Members: Andy Fairweather Low + John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, B J Cole, John David, Dave Mattacks, Henry McCullough, Denny Seiwell, Henry Spinetti, Chrissie Stewart, Mick Weaver
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter + Lea Jane Berinati, Irene Chanter, Julian Diggle, Martin Drover, Joe Egan, Georgie Fame, Benny Gallagher, Steve Gregory, Malcolm Griffiths, Bryn Haworth, Mary Holladay, Jimmy Jewell, Kenny Jones, Bernie Leadon, Graham Lyle, Charlie McCoy, Mark Naftalin, Buddy Spicher, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Eddie Thornton (RIP: Kenny Buttrey, Vassar Clements, John Kahn, Weldon Myrick, Gerry Rafferty, Bruce Rowland, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: Glyn Johns
    • Technical: Ben King (RIP: Denny Purcell)
  • Intersections 1985-2005 - Bruce Hornsby (July 2006)

    • Members: Bruce Hornsby + Laura Creamer, Sonny Emory, Peter Harris, George Marinelli
    • Guests: Graham Broad, Doreen Chanter, Andy Fairweather Low, Patrick Leonard, Tony Levin, Roger Waters, Snowy White + Michael Baker, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Matt Chamberlain, Shawn Colvin, John D´Earth, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan, Bill Evans, Vicki Hampton, Jeff Hanna, Mickey Hart, Jimmy Haslip, Elton John, Steve Kimock, Bill Kreutzmann, Bernie Leadon, Phil Lesh, John Leventhal, Branford Marsalis, Jean McClain, Pat Metheny, Shaun Murphy, Mark O´Connor, John Paris, John Pierce, Bonnie Raitt, Randy Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs, Bob Weir (RIP: Peter Wood + Robert Brookins, Jerry Garcia, Tim Green, Roy M ´Junior´ Husky, B B King, Lou Reed, Vince Welnick)
    • Producer: Mike Mangini (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Ted Jensen (RIP: Alan Douglas)
    • Comments: 4CD+1DVD boxset.
COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (2 credits)
  • Flash fearless vs the zorg women - VVAA (1975)

    • Guests: Carmine Appice, Elkie Brooks, Bill Bruford, Howie Casey, Doreen Chanter, Chick Churchill, Alice Cooper, Graham Deacon, Mike Deacon, Kirk Duncan, Jim Frank, Mick Grabham, Justin Hayward, Eddie Jobson, Bob Johnson, Kenny Jones, Frankie Miller, Maddy Prior, John Weider (RIP: Jim Dewar, Lesley Duncan, John Entwistle, Kay Garner, Nicky Hopkins, Keith Moon)
    • Producer: Bob Ezrin
    • Comments: The complete title was Flash Fearless versus the Zorg women, parts 5 & 6. What a title! Of course, there's no parts 1 to 4. Let's see the great members list: vocals: Elkie Brooks, Alice Cooper, Jim Dewar (1 track), Jim Dandy, Frankie Miller. Guitars: Mick Grabham (2 tracks), John Weider, Justin Hayward. Bass: John Entwistle. Keyboards: Nicky Hopkins (6 tracks), Eddie Jobson (2 tracks), Chick Churchill, Kirk Duncan. Sax: Howie Casey. Drums: Carmine Appice, Graham Deakin, Bill Bruford, Kenny Jones, Keith Moon. Backing vocals: Doreen Chanter, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, etc.
  • The Secret Policeman´s concert - VVAA (1982) (LIVE)

    • Guests: John Altman, Jeff Beck, Sharon Campbell, Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Phil Collins, Paul Cosh, Jeff Daly, Martin Drover, John Etheridge, Digby Fairweather, Mo Foster, Malcolm Griffiths, Mike Henry, Neil Innes, Mark Isham, Chaz Jankel, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Simon Phillips, Tom Robinson, Ray Russell, Sting, Daryl Stuermer, Midge Ure
LIBRARY ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • Pop vocals - VVAA (1980)

SOUNDTRACKS (1 credit)
  • Tintorera...tiger shark OST - OST (1977)

    • Guests: Simon Bell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter (RIP: Basil Poledouris)
    • Comments: This was a movie from 1977, starring Susan George. The soundtrack features 4 songs by The Chanter Sisters, but I don´t know if the soundtrack was ever released.
SESSIONS (72 credits)
  • Rock on - David Essex (1973)

  • Solar fire - Manfred Mann (1973)

    • Members: Manfred Mann, Colin Pattenden, Mick Rogers, Chris Slade
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Peter Miles (RIP: Paul Rutherford)
  • A Boy child is born / Amazing grace (SINGLE) - Chas McDevitt (1973)

  • June 1st 1974 - Kevin Ayers (1974)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Mike Oldfield, Eddie Sparrow, Robert Wyatt (RIP: Kevin Ayers + Ollie Halsall, Archie Legget)
    • Guests: John Cale, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Brian Eno, Liza Strike (RIP: Nico)
  • Fear - John Cale (1974)

    • Members: John Cale + Judy Nylon
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Brian Eno, Bryn Haworth, Phil Manzanera, Liza Strike, Richard Thompson, Brian Turrington (RIP: Archie Legget)
  • Allan Clarke - Allan Clarke (1974)

    • Members: Allan Clarke
    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Helen Chappelle, B J Cole, Debbie Davis, Herbie Flowers, Ray Glynn, Jimmy Horowitz, Tony Hymas, Mike Moran, Tony Newman, Ann Odell, Peter Robinson, Barry St John, Liza Strike (RIP: Vicki Brown, Kay Garner, John Gustafson, Johnny Van Derrick)
    • Producer: Roger Cook
    • Technical: Geoff Emerick, Bill Price
    • Comments: Allan Clarke was the singer in the great 60s band The Hollies. In this solo album, we can find Madeline Bell & Liza Strike (vocals), Ray Glynn (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Herbie Flowers (bass), John Gustafson (bass), Peter Robinson (keyboards), Mike Moran (keyboards), Tony Newman (drums). Jimmy Horowitz made the arrangements.
  • Steppin´ out - Vigrass & Osborne (1974)

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

    • Members: Ron Wood + Andy Newmark, Keith Richards, Rod Stewart, Willie Weeks (RIP: Ian McLagan)
    • Guests: Mick Jagger + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Martin Quittenton, Jean Roussel, Pete Sears, Mick Taylor (RIP: Micky Waller)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gary Kellgren)
    • Comments: The album has been reissued as Cancel everything.
  • Non stop Pepsi party - Denny Wright And The Hustlers (1974)

  • David Essex - David Essex (September 1974)

  • Smiler - Rod Stewart (September 1974)

    • Members: Rod Stewart + Martin Quittenton, Ron Wood (RIP: Ian McLagan)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Cooper, Spike Heatley, Ray Jackson, Elton John, Kenny Jones, Andy Newmark, Dick Powell, Pete Sears, Ruby Turner, Willie Weeks (RIP: Ric Grech, Micky Waller)
    • Technical: Mike Bobak, Suha Gur
    • Comments: Smiler is Rod's 6th album, with Ron Wood, Martin Quittenton (guitar), Micky Waller (drums), Pete Sears (piano), Kenny Jones (drums), Ray Jackson (mandolin), Ric Grech (here, playing violin), Spike Heatley (bass), Andy Newmark (drums, later with Roxy Music, Nils Lofgren, Roger Waters and countless others), Willie Weeks (bass) Ray Cooper (percussion), Elton John (piano and vocals in his own song ´Let me be your car´), Dick Powell (violin), Doreen Chanter (vocals) and the Memphis Horns.
  • Treading the boards - Richard Digance (1975)

    • Members: Doug Morter
    • Guests: Dik Cadbury, Doreen Chanter, Delisle Harper, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Robert Kirby)
    • Producer: Tony Atkins
    • Technical: Barry Hammond
    • Comments: Folkie singer; it's a very nice album. With Geoff Whitehorn (playing all the electric guitar parts), Doug Morter (guitar), John O'Connor (guitar), DeLisle Harper (bass), Dik Cadbury (bass), Dave Nevin (keyboards), John Mitchell (keyboards), Adrian Shepherd (drums), Doreen Chanter & Martha Smith & Tony Atkins (backing vocals). Tony Atkins is also the producer of the album.
  • Into the 7th dimension - Norma Green (1975)

  • Abracadabra - Claire Hamill (1975)

    • Members: Claire Hamill
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Phil Chen, Mel Collins, Phil Palmer, Tom Robinson (RIP: Vicki Brown)
  • Anvil chorus - The Kids (1975)

  • Nightingales and bombers - Manfred Mann (1975)

    • Members: Manfred Mann, Colin Pattenden, Mick Rogers, Chris Slade
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Ruby James, Christopher Warren-Green, Nigel Warren-Green
  • Right back where we started from / Believe in what you do (SINGLE) - Maxine Nightingale (1975)

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

    • Members: (RIP: Gary Shearston)
    • Guests: Jon Astley, 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)
  • Fatsticks - Terry Stamp (1975)

    • Members: Terry Stamp
    • Guests: Jim Avery, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Herbie Flowers, Mike Moran, Tony Newman (RIP: Ollie Halsall, Alan Spenner)
    • Producer: Roger Cook
  • Take no prisoners - David Byron (March 1975)

    • Members: (RIP: David Byron)
    • Guests: Denny Ball, Mick Box, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, John Wetton + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Neil Lancaster, Chas Mills, Russell Stone, Lou Stonebridge, Pete Thompson
    • Technical: Ashley Howe
    • Comments: Take no prisoners was the first solo effort by the great, much-missed David Byron, lead singer in Uriah Heep. Recorded in February 1975 with his bandmates Mick Box (guitar) & Lee Kerslake (drums), plus Denny Ball (bass), Lou Stonebridge (keyboards), Pete Thompson (drums), as well as the Chanter Sisters on backing vocals.
  • Mad dog - John Entwistle´s Ox (March 1975)

    • Members: Howie Casey, Graham Deacon, Jim Ryan (RIP: John Entwistle)
    • Guests: Dave Caswell, Dick Parry + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Juanita Franklin, Eddie Jobson, John Mealing, John Mumford, Mike Wedgwood (RIP: Tony Ashton)
    • Technical: Bobby Pridden
  • Alright - Roger Cook (1976)

    • Members: Roger Cook
    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Herbie Flowers + Joe Allen, Hugh Burns, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Glynn, Kenny Malone, Mike Moran, Billy Puett, George Tidwell, Bobby Wood, Reggie Young (RIP: Barry Morgan + Charles Cochran)
  • New nation - Roderick Falconer (1976)

    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ken Freeman, Richard Hewson, Hiroshi Kato, Mike Kellie (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Producer: Matthew Fisher
    • Technical: (RIP: Martin Rushent)
    • Comments: This artist, also known as Roderick Taylor, recorded this second album, produced by Matthew Fisher (also playing keyboards), with Mike Japp (guitar, from Marmalade), Ken Freeman (keyboards), Mike Kellie (drums) and backing vocals by Kay Garner, Irene Chanter and Doreen Chanter.
  • Thunderthroat - Nicky James (1976)

    • Members: (RIP: Nicky James)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, B J Cole, Graham Deacon, Kirk Duncan, Alan Fealdman, Ray Glynn, Chico Greenwood, Justin Hayward, Hiroshi Kato, David Katz, Barrie Martin, Ray Thomas, Mike Wedgwood, John Weider (RIP: Brother Fataar)
  • The Roaring silence - Manfred Mann (1976)

    • Members: Dave Flett, Manfred Mann, Colin Pattenden, Mick Rogers, Chris Slade, Chris Thompson
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Suzanne Lynch, Barbara Thompson
  • Blind dog at St Dunstans - Caravan (April 1976)

    • Members: Jimmy Hastings, Pye Hastings, Geoff Richardson, Jan Schelhaas, Mike Wedgwood (RIP: Richard Coughlan)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
  • Born again - Phil Cordell (1977)

  • David Dundas - David Dundas (1977)

    • Guests: Hugh Burns, Tony Carr, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ricky Hitchcock, Dave Markee, Mike Moran, Brian Odgers, Frank Ricotti, Trevor Spencer, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Alan Tarney (RIP: Vicki Brown, Kay Garner, Barry Morgan, Graham Todd)
  • Gold & ivory - David Essex (1977)

  • Go too - Stomu Yamash´ta (1977)

    • Members: Al Di Meola, Doni Harvey, Brother James, Klaus Schulze, Michael Shrieve
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Paul Jackson, Ruby James, Linda Lewis, Peter Robinson, Jess Roden, Liza Strike
  • 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, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Vicki Brown, Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Ray Warleigh)
    • Producer: Roger Glover
    • Technical: Bill Price
  • Northwinds - David Coverdale (1978)

    • Members: David Coverdale + Micky Moody
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Roger Glover, Malcolm Griffiths, DeLisle Harper, Tim Hinkley, Henry Lowther, Tony Newman, Simon Phillips, Graham Preskett, John Punter, Liza Strike (RIP: Ron Aspery, Lee Brilleaux, Ronnie James Dio, Alan Spenner)
    • Comments: Northwinds was the 2nd solo album. Recorded with the late Lee Brilleaux (harmonica, from Dr. Feelgood), Micky Moody (guitar), Tim Hinkley (keyboards), Roger Glover (keyboards, bass), Alan Spenner (bass), DeLisle Harper (bass), Graham Preskett (keyboards, violin), Henry Lowther (trumpet), Malcolm Griffiths (trombone), Ron Aspery (sax), Tony Newman (drums), Simon Phillips (drums), and with backing vocals by Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Liza Strike and Ronnie James Dio.
  • Vertical hold - David Dundas (1978)

    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gerry Conway, Ricky Hitchcock, Jimmy Jewell, Graham Preskett, Frank Ricotti, Alan Tarney (RIP: Ron Aspery)
  • Every 1´s a winner - Hot Chocolate (1978)

    • Members: Tony Connor, Harvey Hinsley (RIP: Errol Brown)
    • Guests: John Cameron, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Jacqui Sullivan
    • Producer: (RIP: Mickie Most)
  • Every 1´s a winner / Power of love (SINGLE) - Hot Chocolate (1978)

    • Members: Tony Connor, Harvey Hinsley (RIP: Errol Brown)
    • Guests: John Cameron, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Producer: (RIP: Mickie Most)
  • Watch - Manfred Mann (1978)

  • Whatever happened to Benny Santini? - Chris Rea (1978)

    • Members: Chris Rea + Robert Ahwai, Martin Ditcham, Kevin Leach, Dave Mattacks, Max Middleton, Eoghan O´Neill, Adrian Rea
    • Guests: Rod Argent, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Phil Curtis, Pat Donaldson, Stuart Epps, Steve Gregory, Paul Keogh, Dave Markee, Frank Ricotti, Pete Wingfield
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
  • Misplaced ideals - Sad Cafe (1978)

    • Members: Tony Cresswell, Vic Emerson, Lenni, Ashley Mulford, John Stimpson, Ian Wilson (RIP: Paul Young)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, John Punter, Liza Strike
    • Comments: NOTE: The US edition is really a compilation, not the real album.
  • My first tango - Tommi (1978)

    • Guests: Tony Burrows, Tony Carr, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Dave Christopher, Les Davidson, Jack Emblow, Tony Jackson, Roy Jones, Laurence Juber, Chris Karan, Paul Keogh, Neil Lancaster, John Mealing, Simon Morton, Ann Odell, Ray Russell, Liza Strike, Peter Van Hooke, Paul Westwood (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Technical: John Burns
    • Comments: Recorded in November 1977 and March 1978.
  • Snakebite - Whitesnake (1978)

    • Members: David Coverdale, Dave Dowle, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Ian Paice, Pete Solley
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Roger Glover, Tim Hinkley, Tony Newman, Graham Preskett, Liza Strike (RIP: Lee Brilleaux, Alan Spenner)
    • Comments: Originally a live EP, Snakebite was later reissued as a complete CD with some studio tracks taken from Coverdale's 2nd solo album Northwinds. Whitesnake played some songs on stage from this album in 1978). These other tracks feature guest musicians: the late Lee Brilleaux (harmonica, from Dr. Feelgood), Roger Glover (bass, also producer), Tim Hinkley (keyboards), Tony Newman (drums), Ian Paice (drums), Graham Preskett (violin), Alan Spenner (bass), plus some backing vocalists (Doreen Chanter, for example).
  • And about time too - Bernie Marsden (1979)

    • Members: Bernie Marsden + Don Airey, Neil Murray, Simon Phillips
    • Guests: Ian Paice + Alan Carvell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Tony Rivers (RIP: Jon Lord + Jack Bruce, Stu Calver, Cozy Powell)
    • Producer: Martin Birch
    • Comments: In And about time too album the list of guests include Jack Bruce (bass), Neil Murray (bass), Jon Lord (keyboards), Don Airey (keyboards), Ian Paice (drums), Simon Phillips (drums) and Cozy Powell (drums), as well as Doreen Chanter on backing vocals. The CD reissue includes 3 bonus tracks: ´You & me´ (B-side of a single), plus two live tracks, ´Who's fooling who´ and ´Shakey ground´, taken from The Friday Rock Show Sessions (with David Coverdale, Neil Murray, Don Airey and Simon Phillips, recorded in 1981).
  • Be good to yourself / Loving arms (SINGLE) - Shann Lee Parker (1979)

  • A Little potty - Herbie Flowers (1980)

    • Members: Herbie Flowers
    • Guests: Roger Cook + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Producer: Haydn Bendall, Brian Robertson, Jeff Wayne (RIP: Tony Clarke)
  • Night flight - Justin Hayward (1980)

  • Look at me now - Bernie Marsden (1980)

    • Members: Bernie Marsden + Neil Murray, Simon Phillips
    • Guests: Ian Paice + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, John Cook, Michael Schenker (RIP: Jon Lord + Cozy Powell)
    • Comments: Recorded during March and April 1981. Look at me now lineup includes Michael Schenker (doing claps, not playing guitar!!), Neil Murray (bass), Jon Lord (keyboards), John Cook (keyboards), Ian Paice (drums), Simon Phillips (drums) and Cozy Powell (drums), as well as Doreen Chanter on backing vocals. A very similar lineup to its predecesor. The CD reissue includes 3 bonus tracks: ´Always love you so´ (B-side of a single), plus two live tracks, ´Look at me now´ and ´Byblos shack´, taken from The Friday Rock Show Sessions (with David Coverdale, Neil Murray, Don Airey and Simon Phillips, recorded in 1981).
  • Can´t nobody love you / Lifts me higher (SINGLE) - Shann Lee Parker (1980)

  • Suddenly! - The Sports (1980)

  • Jay - Sunny Jim Band (1981)

  • Before your very eyes - Deke Leonard (March 1981)

    • Members: Deke Leonard + Martin Ace, Dave Charles
    • Guests: Billy Bremner, Doreen Chanter, Martin Drover, Dave Edmunds, John McKenzie, Chris Mercer, Malcolm Morley, Chris Parren, Vicky Silva, Terry Williams (RIP: Ron Aspery, Kenny Moore)
    • Producer: (RIP: Martin Rushent)
    • Technical: David Grinsted, Barry Hammond
    • Comments: Deke was the lead guitarist in the superb Welsh band Man. He also recorded his own albums, like this one. With some members of his former band Man, like Martin Ace (bass), John McKenzie (bass), Malcolm Morley (keyboards) and Terry Williams (drums, later in Rockpile and Dire Straits). Several then-current companions of Terry Williams in Rockpile, Dave Edmunds (guitar), Billy Bremmer (guitar) also played here. More musicians: Chris Mercer (sax), Ron Aspery (sax, from Back Door), Chris Parren (keyboards), Martin Drover (trumpet), Doreen Chanter (backing vocals), etc. Recorded in 1977 and 1979, but it was released in March 1981. CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
  • Green ice - Bill Wyman (May 1981)

    • Members: Bill Wyman + Terry Taylor
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Ray Cooper, Tristan Fry, Dave Lawson, Dave Mattacks, Maria Muldaur, Dave Richmond (RIP: Kenny Baker, Ken Thorne)
    • Technical: Stuart Epps, Chris Kimsey, John Richards
  • Pas facile - Johnny Halliday (September 1981)

    • Members: Johnny Halliday
    • Guests: Simon Bell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Mike Davis, Stuart Elliott, Joe Fagin, John Giblin, Barrie Guard, Patrick Halling, Carol Kenyon, Duncan Mackay, Steve Simpson, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Ron Aspery)
    • Comments: He's the rock star from France, from the 60s. It was recorded in 1981 in England.
  • Femmes, indiscretion, blaspheme - Julien Clerc (1982)

    • Guests: Gary Barnacle, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Mo Foster, Billy Livsey, Geoff Richardson, Frank Ricotti, Peter Robinson, Ray Russell, Peter Van Hooke
    • Technical: Colin Green
  • Better to laugh than to cry - Floyd Lloyd (1982)

  • Red Cloud in dub - Red Cloud (1982)

  • Cry for no one - Joe Fagin (1983)

    • Members: Joe Fagin
    • Guests: Fran Byrne, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Terry ´Tex´ Comer, Ed Deane, Stuart Elliott, John Giblin, Barrie Guard, Cliff Hall, Patrick Halling, Preston Heyman, Alan Jones, Duncan Mackay, Alan Parker, Ray Russell, Steve Simpson, Geoff Whitehorn, Dave Wintour (RIP: Graham Jarvis, Graham Todd)
  • With sympathy - Ministry (1983)

    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Steve George, Steve Jackson
    • Technical: Greg Calbi, Joe Gastwirt
  • The Sin of pride - The Undertones (1983)

  • Juvenile delinquent - Alexis Korner (June 1984)

    • Members: Jaki Graham, Colin Hodgkinson, Alan Ross, Ruby Turner (RIP: Alexis Korner + Tony Hicks)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Katie Kissoon, Robin Lumley (RIP: Morris Pert)
    • Producer: (RIP: Damian Korner)
    • Comments: The Juvenile delinquent album is credited to Alexis Korner with the HRH Band. That is: Colin Hodgkinson (bass), Alan Ross (guitar) and Tony Hicks (drums). With Morris Pert (percussion) plus additional keyboard players (Robin Lumley) and backup vocalists (such as Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Jaki Graham or Ruby Turner, what a great chorus!). Recorded during September/October 1983.
  • The Warp of pure fun - Paul Haig (1985)

  • She loves me not - Alan Rankine (1987)

  • ...In existence - Beautiful World (1995)

    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Cori Josias, Beryl Marsden, Rick Price, Miriam Stockley
    • Producer: Phil Sawyer
    • Technical: Joe Gastwirt
  • Fight for your love - Big Fat Snake (1996)

    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Sonia Jones
    • Comments: Recorded in December 1995.
  • United - Marian Gold (December 1996)

    • Guests: David Goodes + Doreen Chanter, Claudia Fontaine, Rupert Hine, Beryl Marsden (RIP: Rainer Bloss)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Snow blind - Tom Newman And Friends (1997)

    • Members: Tom Newman
    • Guests: Mike Oldfield + Bob Andrews, Steve Broughton, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, David Gilmour, Arthur Grant, Paul Jones, Susie O´List, Dave Richards, Maggie Ryder, Brinsley Schwarz, Joe Shaw, Henry Spinetti, Dick Taylor, Snowy White (RIP: Vicki Brown, Vincent Crane)
  • Our world - Floyd Lloyd (1998)

  • Mango blues - Floyd Lloyd (2000)

  • Murderock - Keith Emerson (December 2002)

  • Bluesheart - Miller Anderson (2003)

    • Members: Miller Anderson
    • Guests: Dave Baldwin, Norman Beaker, Paul Burgess, John Price + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter (RIP: Jon Lord)
    • Producer: Kris Gray
    • Comments: In Bluesheart, Miller is backed by Chris Farloweç s band featuring Norman Beaker on guitar, Dave Baldwin on keyboards, Paul Burgess on drums, John Price on bass and a guest appearance of his mate Jon Lord on two tracks playing Hammond organ, and the wonderful Chanter Sisters on backing vocals.
  • At the movies - Keith Emerson (November 2005)

    • Members: (RIP: Keith Emerson)
    • Guests: Greg Bowen, Doreen Chanter, Tristan Fry, Garth Hudson, Paulette McWilliams, Godfrey Salmon, Derek Wilson (RIP: Harry Betts, Levon Helm, Jerome Richardson)
  • That was only yesterday - the last EP - David Byron (March 2008)

    • Members: (RIP: David Byron)
    • Guests: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Neil Conti, Tim Renwick (RIP: Alan Spenner)
    • Comments: Collection of tracks recorded in February 1984 but unreleased until 2008.
  • Rarities - Rod Stewart (2013)

    • Members: Rod Stewart + Martin Quittenton, Ron Wood (RIP: Ian McLagan)
    • Guests: Billy Gaff, Jimmy Horowitz, Kenny Jones + Madeline Bell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Cooper, Spike Heatley, Ray Jackson, Will Malone, Dick Powell, Andy Pyle, Pete Sears, Danny Thompson, Ruby Turner (RIP: Long John Baldry, Ronnie Lane + Speedy Acquaye, Ric Grech, Gordon Huntley, David Measham, Sam Mitchell, Micky Waller)
    • Producer: (RIP: Lou Reizner)
    • Technical: Mike Bobak, Robert Vosgien (RIP: Keith Grant)
    • My opinion: Great collection on unreleased takes with some live content. As great as Rod´s first five albums (I love them).
  • Now - Caterina Valente ( - )

    • Guests: Chris Karan + Ted Barker, Madeline Bell, Jim Brown, Hugh Burns, Toni Campo, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Bob Efford, Tristan Fry, Bill Geldard, Peter Morgan, Rex Morris, Frank Ricotti, Stan Roderick, Darryl Runswick, Ray Swinfield, Rolf Wilson (RIP: Jackie Armstrong, Kenny Baker, Alan Downey, Kay Garner, Derek Healey, Don Lusher, Ronnie Ross, Derek Watkins)
    • Producer: (RIP: Roy Budd)
    • Technical: John Richards
    • Comments: Recorded in 1976.
COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (15 credits)
  • 1972-1983 - Alexis Korner (1988)

    • Members: Graham Broad, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Chris Farlowe, Neil Ford, Jaki Graham, Tim Hinkley, Colin Hodgkinson, Paul Jones, Danny McIntosh, Zoot Money, Keith Richards, Alan Ross, John Surman, Art Themen, Ruby Turner (RIP: Alexis Korner + Boz Burrell, Jim Diamond, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Tony Hicks, Sappho Korner, Steve Marriott, Dick Morrissey, Duffy Power, Stewart Speer, Peter Thorup, Ian Wallace, Mike Zwerin)
    • Guests: John Cameron + Dyan Birch, Tony Carr, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Frank Collins, Nick Evans, Peter Frampton, Neil Hubbard, Katie Kissoon, Sunny Leslie, Robin Lumley, Paddy McHugh, Eddie Mordue, Barry St John, Terry Stannard, Liza Strike, Rick Wills (RIP: Harry Beckett + Elton Dean, Ollie Halsall, Nicky Hopkins, Mike Patto, Morris Pert, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: George Caldwell
    • Technical: Chris Blair, John Burns, Jim Gaines (RIP: Damian Korner)
    • Comments: Compilation of tracks recorded during that period (1972-1983), with some live track.
  • Seducing down the door - John Cale (July 1994)

    • Members: John Cale + Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Chris Spedding (RIP: Jimmy Bain)
    • Guests: Harvey Brooks, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Phil Collins, Bobby Colomby, Gerry Conway, Kevin Currie, Brian Eno, Jim Keltner, Sandy Konikoff, Phil Manzanera, Geoff Muldaur, Bill Payne, Liza Strike (RIP: Lou Reed + Wilton Felder, Lowell George, Bobby Gregg, Richie Hayward, Archie Legget, Stan Szelest)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman, Chris Thomas
    • Technical: Bill Inglot, Ken Perry
  • Nice and slow - the best of Jesse Green - Jesse Green (February 1995)

  • The Best of Manfred Mann Earth Band - Manfred Mann (1996)

    • Members: Geoff Britton, Dave Flett, Pat King, John Lingwood, Manfred Mann, Colin Pattenden, Mick Rogers, Chris Slade, Chris Thompson (RIP: Steve Waller)
    • Guests: Dyan Birch, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Lee Herschberg, Ruby James, Suzanne Lynch, Robbie McIntosh, Trevor Rabin, Barbara Thompson, Christopher Warren-Green, Nigel Warren-Green, Geoff Whitehorn
  • The Island years - John Cale (July 1996)

    • Members: John Cale + Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Judy Nylon, Chris Spedding
    • Guests: Trevor Burton, Tony Carr, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Phil Collins, Gerry Conway, Ray Duffy, Brian Eno, Bryn Haworth, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Geoff Muldaur, Keith Smart, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Richard Thompson, Brian Turrington, John Wood (RIP: Robert Kirby, Archie Legget)
  • Anthology - John Entwistle (August 1996)

    • Members: Howie Casey, Graham Deacon, Alan Ross, Jim Ryan (RIP: John Entwistle)
    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Rod Coombes, Peter Frampton, Juanita Franklin, Gary Grainger, Eddie Jobson, Billy Nicholls, Jerry Shirley, Joe Vitale, Joe Walsh, Mike Wedgwood, John Weider (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jimmy McCulloch)
    • Technical: Jon Astley, Tim Young
  • Thunderfingers - the best of John Entwistle - John Entwistle (October 1996)

    • Members: Howie Casey, Graham Deacon, Alan Ross, Jim Ryan (RIP: John Entwistle)
    • Guests: Dave Caswell, Billy Nicholls, Dick Parry + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Peter Frampton, Juanita Franklin, Eddie Jobson, John Mumford, Jerry Shirley, Joe Vitale, Joe Walsh, Mike Wedgwood (RIP: Tony Ashton, Jimmy McCulloch)
    • Technical: Richard Dodd, Bill Inglot
  • Best of the Transatlantic years - Richard Digance (June 1997)

    • Members: Doug Morter
    • Guests: Alex Atterson, Dik Cadbury, Doreen Chanter, Dave Cooke, DeLisle Harper, Nigel Pegrum, Geoff Whitehorn (RIP: Alan Brooks, Martin Jenkins, Robert Kirby)
    • Producer: Tony Atkins, Rick Kemp
    • Technical: Barry Hammond
  • Springwater - Springwater (July 2002)

    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Tony Burrows, George Chandler, Doreen Chanter, Ray Fenwick, Jimmy Helms, Chris Hunt, Dave Markee, Liza Strike, Robin Williams (RIP: Phil Cordell, Barry De Souza)
    • Technical: Chris Tsangarides
    • Comments: Includes bonus album ´Born again´.
  • Reason to believe: the complete Mercury studio recordings - Rod Stewart (November 2002)

    • Members: Rod Stewart + Martin Quittenton, Ron Wood (RIP: Ian McLagan)
    • Guests: Jimmy Horowitz, Elton John, Kenny Jones, Harry Reynolds + Chris Barber, Madeline Bell, Maggie Bell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Cooper, Mike D´Abo, Spike Heatley, Ray Jackson, Will Malone, Andy Newmark, Dick Powell, Martin Pugh, Andy Pyle, Pete Sears, Danny Thompson, Ruby Turner, Willie Weeks (RIP: Long John Baldry, Ronnie Lane + Speedy Acquaye, Keith Emerson, Ric Grech, Gordon Huntley, David Measham, Sam Mitchell, Micky Waller)
    • Producer: Bill Levenson (RIP: Lou Reizner)
    • Technical: Mike Bobak, Suha Gur, Glyn Johns, Roger Wake (RIP: Keith Grant)
    • Comments: 3CD boxset comprising Rod´s first five albums (The Rod Stewart album, Gasoline alley, Every picture tells a story, Never a dull moment, Smiler, plus several additional tracks.
  • Didn´t feel lonely till I thought of you - The Island Records years - Kevin Ayers (2004)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Henry Crallan, Jakob Magnusson, Mike Oldfield, Mike Ratledge, Freddie Smith, Eddie Sparrow, Robert Wyatt (RIP: Kevin Ayers + Cal Batchelor, Lol Coxhill, Ollie Halsall, Archie Legget)
    • Guests: John Cale, Brian Eno + John Altman, Bias Boshell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Chilli Charles, Ray Cooper, Ronnie Eades, Mike Giles, Rupert Hine, Elton John, Steve Nye, John G Perry, Charles Rose, Calvin ´Fuzzy´ Samuels, Liza Strike, Harvey Thompson (RIP: Nico + Harrison Calloway, John Gustafson, Rosetta Hightower, Simon Jeffes, Sam Mitchell, Doris Troy, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: (RIP: Norman Smith)
    • Technical: John Punter, John Wood
    • Comments: Compilation including the albums The confessions of Dr Dream and other stories, Sweet deceiver (with 3 bonus tracks), and June 1, 1974.
  • The Complete Go sessions - Stomu Yamash´ta´s Go (April 2005)

    • Members: Al Di Meola, Karen Friedman, Rosko Gee, Doni Harvey, Bernie Holland, Brother James, Jerome Rimson, Klaus Schulze, Michael Shrieve, Pat Thrall, Steve Winwood
    • Guests: Paul Buckmaster, Doreen Chanter, Martyn Ford, Paul Jackson, Ruby James, Lennox Laington, Linda Lewis, Junior Marvin, Peter Robinson, Jess Roden, Liza Strike
    • Comments: Compilation including the 3 complete albums recorded by the band: Go (1976), Go live from Paris (1976) and Go too (1977).
  • Gold - Rod Stewart (July 2005)

    • Members: Rod Stewart + Martin Quittenton, Ron Wood (RIP: Ian McLagan)
    • Guests: Jimmy Horowitz, Elton John, Kenny Jones + Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Ray Cooper, Mike D´Abo, Billy Gaff, Spike Heatley, Ray Jackson, Will Malone, Andy Newmark, Dick Powell, Martin Pugh, Andy Pyle, Harry Reynolds, Pete Sears, Danny Thompson, Ruby Turner, Willie Weeks (RIP: Ronnie Lane, Sam Mitchell, Micky Waller + Speedy Acquaye, Keith Emerson, Ric Grech, Gordon Huntley, David Measham)
    • Producer: Bill Levenson (RIP: Lou Reizner)
    • Technical: Mike Bobak, Suha Gur, Glyn Johns (RIP: Keith Grant)
    • Comments: 2CD compilation.
  • An Anthology - The Undertones (2008)

    • Guests: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
    • Comments: 2CD compilation, with the second disc comprising demos, rehearsals and unreleased live tracks.
  • The Rod Stewart sessions 1971-1998 - Rod Stewart (October 2009)

    • Members: Rod Stewart + Carmine Appice, Rick Braun, Tony Brock, Phil Chen, John Corey, Jim Cregan, Paulinho Da Costa, Jay Davis, Joey Diggs, Mike Finnigan, Gary Grainger, Max Gronenthal, Duane Hitchings, John Jarvis, Danny Johnson, Chuck Kentis, Phil Kenzie, Nick Lane, Oliver Leiber, Robin LeMesurier, Linda Lewis, Steve Madaio, David Palmer, Billy Peek, Darryl Phinnessee, Martin Quittenton, Jimmy Roberts, Carmine Rojas, Kevin Savigar, John Shanks, Wally Stocker, Andy Taylor, Lee R Thornburg, Lamont Van Hook, Fred White, Ron Wood, Jimmy Zavala (RIP: Jeff Golub, Dee Harvey, Ian McLagan)
    • Guests: Tim Bogert, Kenny Jones, Mark Stein + Colin Allen, Kenny Aronoff, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Madeline Bell, Gene Black, Pete Carr, Valerie Carter, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Michael Chapman, Ray Cooper, Lol Creme, Steve Cropper, Kevin Dorsey, Anne Dudley, Scott Edwards, David Foster, Albhy Galuten, Earl Gardner, David Gilmour, Bob Glaub, Richard Greene, Jimmy Haslip, Roger Hawkins, Spike Heatley, Gary Herbig, David Hood, Dann Huff, Clydene Jackson, Paul Jackson, Ray Jackson, Jimmy Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Plas Johnson, Davey Johnstone, John Paul Jones, Jerome Jumonville, Suzie Katayama, Holly Knight, Michael Landau, Patrick Leonard, David Lindley, Steve Lipson, Nils Lofgren, Nick Lowe, Steve Lukather, Eddie Martinez, John Mayall, Lance Morrison, Jamie Muhoberac, Andy Newmark, Patrick O´Hearn, Nigel Olsson, Richard Page, Sid Page, Bill Payne, Phil Perry, Lenny Pickett, John Pierce, Tim Pierce, Dick Powell, Guy Pratt, Jim Price, Andy Pyle, Steve Richards, Frank Ricotti, John Robinson, Paul Robinson, Rick Schlosser, Tom Scott, Pete Sears, Leland Sklar, Daniel Smith, William ´Smitty´ Smith, Neil Stubenhaus, Fred Tackett, Pete Thomas, Danny Thompson, Joe Turano, Ruby Turner, Carmen Twillie, Tommy Vig, Waddy Wachtel, Joe Walsh, Oren Waters, Willie Weeks, Larry Williams, David Woodford, Terry Young (RIP: Long John Baldry, Jesse Ed Davis, Bernard Edwards, Nicky Hopkins, Ronnie Lane, Micky Waller + Speedy Acquaye, Barry Beckett, Lyn Collins, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Ric Grech, Susan Grindell, Gordon Huntley, Al Jackson, Joe Lala, Sam Mitchell, Billy Preston, Tony Thompson, David Williams)
    • Producer: Bob Ezrin, Trevor Horn, Danny Kortchmar, James Newton Howard, Lenny Waronker (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    • Technical: Mike Bobak, Dan Hersch, Steve MacMillan, Jerry Masters, David Tickle (RIP: Andy Johns, Willie Mitchell, Dee Robb)
    • Comments: 4CD boxset compilation with lots of unreleased tracks.

QUESTIONS:

01. Doreen has recorded with Chesney Hawkes, Tina Turner, Roger Daltrey, George Fenton and Richard Kerr, but don´t know the albums. Does anybody know?

02. Has Doreen toured with David Essex?

03. Doreen and Irene Chanter sang in some recordings by The Moone Brothers, but don´t know which ones. Anybody knows?

04. When did Doreen join Van Morrison? Was she part of his band in June 1983?

05. Did Doreen work with Robert Wyatt?


RELATED WEBSITE LINKS: 58


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

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

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

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

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

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

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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 Doreen Chanter, please, also write me with the link.
  • Roxy Music - Love Is The Drug (1975)
  • Roxy Music live on TV in 1975. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Bryan Ferry, John Gustafson, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Jacqui Sullivan, Paul Thompson.

  • Roxy Music - Both Ends Burning (1975)
  • Roxy Music live on TV in 1975. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Bryan Ferry, John Gustafson, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Jacqui Sullivan, Paul Thompson.

  • Roxy Music - Both Ends Burning (1975)
  • Roxy Music live in 1975. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Bryan Ferry, John Gustafson, Eddie Jobson, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, Jacqui Sullivan, Paul Thompson.

  • The Chanter Sisters - Sideshow (1976)
  • The Chanter Sisters live on TV in July 1976. Great stuff. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter.

  • John Miles - Manhattan Skyline (1977)
  • John Miles live on TV in 1977.
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, John Miles. Most of the band, and 3rd backing vocalist unknown to me.

  • Gilbert O´Sullivan - Forever Wondering (1978)
  • Gilbert O´Sullivan live on TV in 1978. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gilbert O´Sullivan. Most of the band unknown to me.

  • Gilbert O´Sullivan - Get Down #3 (1978)
  • Gilbert O´Sullivan live on TV in 1978. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gilbert O´Sullivan. Most of the band unknown to me.

  • Gilbert O´Sullivan - The Best Fun I Ever Had (1978)
  • Gilbert O´Sullivan live on TV in 1978. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gilbert O´Sullivan. Most of the band unknown to me.

  • Gilbert O´Sullivan - Things That Go Bump In The Night (1978)
  • Gilbert O´Sullivan live on TV in 1978. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gilbert O´Sullivan. Most of the band unknown to me.

  • Gilbert O´Sullivan - For What It´s Worth (1978)
  • Gilbert O´Sullivan live on TV in 1978. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Gilbert O´Sullivan. Most of the band unknown to me.

  • The Secret Policeman Concert Band - I Shall Be Released (1981)
  • The Secret Policeman Concert Band live in 1981. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: John Altman, Jeff Beck, Sharon Campbell, Doreen Chanter, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Phil Collins, Paul Cosh, Chris Cross, Jeff Daly, Donovan, Martin Drover, Sheena Easton, John Etheridge, Digby Fairweather, Mo Foster, Bob Geldof, Malcolm Griffiths, Mike Henry, Neil Innes, Mark Isham, Chaz Jankel, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, Simon Phillips, Tom Robinson, Ray Russell, Sting, Linda Taylor, Midge Ure.

  • Van Morrison - River Of Time (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - It´s All In The Game (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - Cry For Home (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - Summertime In England - Common One (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - Beautiful Vision (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - The Street Only Knew Your Name (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - Higher Than The World (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

  • Van Morrison - Cleaning Windows (1984)
  • Van Morrison live in January 1984. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richie Buckley, Doreen Chanter, Kenny Craddock, Martin Drover, Artie McGlynn, Van Morrison, Terry Popple, Jerome Rimson, Joy Yates.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Meat Loaf - Bad Attitude (1985)
  • Meat Loaf live on TV in February 1985. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Brian Chatton, Bob Kulick, Meat Loaf. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Meat Loaf - Two Outta Three (1985)
  • Meat Loaf live in 1985. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Brian Chatton, Bob Kulick, Meat Loaf. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Meat Loaf - Bat (1985)
  • Meat Loaf live in 1985. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Brian Chatton, Bob Kulick, Meat Loaf. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Meat Loaf - Modern Girl (1985)
  • Meat Loaf live in 1985. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Brian Chatton, Bob Kulick, Meat Loaf. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Meat Loaf - All Revved Up With No Place To Go (1985)
  • Meat Loaf live in 1985. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Brian Chatton, Johnny Golden, Paul Jacobs, Bob Kulick, Kati Mac, Meat Loaf, Andy Wells.

  • Roger Waters - Radio Waves
  • Roger Waters videoclip. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Blues (1987)
  • Roger Waters live, rehearsing in August 1987. Fascinating. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Radio Waves (1987)
  • Roger Waters live, rehearsing in August 1987. Fascinating. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Money (1987)
  • Roger Waters live, rehearsing in August 1987. Fascinating. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 (1987)
  • Roger Waters live, rehearsing in August 1987. Fascinating. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Sunset Strip (1987)
  • Roger Waters live, rehearsing in August 1987. Fascinating. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 1 (1987)
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 2 (1987)
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 3 (1987)
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 4 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 5 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 6 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 7 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 8 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 9 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 10 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 11 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Roger Waters - Concert Part 12 - 01
  • Roger Waters live in November 1987. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Paul Carrack, Doreen Chanter, Mel Collins, Andy Fairweather Low, Katie Kissoon, Jay Stapley, Roger Waters.

  • Joe Cocker - Up Where We Belong (1989)
  • Joe Cocker live in 1989. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Deric Dyer, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Jeff Levine, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens. 1 more guitarist (I think) unknown to me.

  • Joe Cocker - Many Rivers To Cross (1989)
  • Joe Cocker live in 1989. (Resolution: 1080) (HQ)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Deric Dyer, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Jeff Levine, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens. 1 more guitarist (I think) unknown to me.

  • Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends (1989)
  • Joe Cocker live in 1989. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Deric Dyer, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Jeff Levine, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens. 1 more guitarist (I think) unknown to me.

  • Joe Cocker - The Letter (1989)
  • Joe Cocker live in 1989. Very good quality. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Deric Dyer, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Jeff Levine, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens. Additional guitarist unknown to me.

  • Roger Waters - Happiest Days Of Our Lives - Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 (1991)
  • Roger Waters live in Spain in October 1991. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Doreen Chanter, Andy Fairweather Low, Bruce Hornsby, Katie Kissoon, Patrick Leonard, Tony Levin, Roger Waters, Snowy White, Peter Wood.

  • Roger Waters - Comfortably Numb (1991)
  • Roger Waters live in Spain in October 1991. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Doreen Chanter, Andy Fairweather Low, Bruce Hornsby, Katie Kissoon, Patrick Leonard, Tony Levin, Roger Waters, Snowy White, Peter Wood.

  • Roger Waters - In The Flesh (1991)
  • Roger Waters live in Spain in October 1991. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Doreen Chanter, Andy Fairweather Low, Bruce Hornsby, Katie Kissoon, Patrick Leonard, Tony Levin, Roger Waters, Snowy White, Peter Wood.

  • Roger Waters - Brain Damage - Eclipse (1991)
  • Roger Waters live in Spain in October 1991. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Graham Broad, Doreen Chanter, Andy Fairweather Low, Bruce Hornsby, Katie Kissoon, Patrick Leonard, Tony Levin, Roger Waters, Snowy White, Peter Wood.

  • Joe Cocker - Feels Like Forever (1992)
  • Joe Cocker live in July 1992. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Jack Bruno, Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Deric Dyer, Warren McRae, John Miles, Maxine Sharp, Chris Stainton, Laurie Wisefield.


THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Doreen Chanter: for her very kind message (2004).

  • Special Thanks to:
  • Arne Rasmussen: for sharing his interest in Doreen (this page is dedicated to you, my friend!) (2000).
  • Elizabeth Perttula: for info on the Long John Baldry lineup with Cal Batchelor and the Chanter Sisters (2006).
  • Chuck Warriner: for info on the Long John Baldry lineup with Cal Batchelor and the Chanter Sisters, and for telling me about Long John´s sad demise (2003).
  • Lisa Chanter: for her kind message (2010).
  • Nicola Chanter: for her kind message (2000).
  • Katie-Anne Chanter: for info on The Chanter members (2001).
  • Claire Chanter: for info on the movie appearing Doreen & Irene (2003).
  • Alex Gitlin: my friend, for credits, scans and some album (1999).

  • Thanks to:
  • Ken Mortimer: another great fan, for fantastic info and support (1999).
  • Rab Sweeney: for telling me about the Chanter Sisters touring with Average White Band (2008).
  • Uli Twelker: for info on Harry Spinetti recording with The Chanter Sisters (2010).
  • Cheryl Dul: for info on one of the Chanter Sisters singles (2006).
  • Daniel Atterbom: for info on The Sirens, backing vocalists for Roxy Music (2001).
  • Kat Walsh: for her message (2001).
  • Andy King: for correcting my errors on Meat Loaf band (2000).
  • Stuart Smith: for info Doreen as backing vocalist for Roxy Music (2001).
  • Marlin Dobbs: for info (2000).

  • Also thanks for writing to:
  • Frank (2006), Joe Weinstein (2009), Sini Timonen (2011), Jonathan De Sousa (2002).

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    15/April/2011 - Page added to the blog.
    17/August/1999 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

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    Chanter Sisters (10)
    Barry De Souza (10)
    Herbie Flowers (10)
    Vicki Brown (9)
    Kenny Jones (9)
    Mel Collins (8)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 17/August/1999 - Last modified on: 25/May/2016. 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.

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