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Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Kay Garner (backing vocals)


BANDS:
  • Dusty Springfield Band
  • Elton John Band [May 70]
  • Birds Of Paris
  • James Last Orchestra [1976]
  • The International Pop Proms [1977]
  • The Ladybirds [2005]

BIOGRAPHY:

Superb vocalist, Kay Garner appears in countless albums and sessions. She was born on October 4th, 1943.

At the beginning of her career, she did mostly studio work, but also appeared live with Elton John, James Last and others. In the late seventies, she started to do sessions in disco albums. But she also worked singing in many jingles.

After a long career, she sadly lost her battle with emphysema on July 16th, 2007. But her voice will remain forever in so many great albums.

As I´m sure I´m missing many albums with her, I'd like if someone knows of more album, please write an email. She worked with many greats, such as John Lennon, George Harrison, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, Engelbert Humperdinck, Stevie Wonder, Jose Feliciano, Eric Clapton, and in the jazz camp, with Oscar Peterson, Tubby Hayes or Ted Heath. Does anybody know on which albums, please?


TUBBY HAYES GROUP


For a very short period, Kay Garner sang in Tubby Hayes Group:

TUBBY HAYES GROUP #?
?
Tubby Hayes
sax
Kay Garner
vocals
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Can someone help me with info about that, please?
Other info on members of Tubby Hayes Group (I know up to 90 members)
Already covered (6): Speedy Acquaye, Bill Eyden, Herb Geller, Nat Peck, Stan Tracey, Ray Warleigh
Old pages (1): Pete Blannin
To be covered (62): Kenny Baker, Phil Bates, Gordon Beck, Walter Bishop Jr, Eddie Blair, Greg Bowen, Alan Branscombe, Johnny Butts, Leon Calvert, Keith Christie, Jeff Clyne, Les Condon, Bert Courtley, Jimmy Deuchar, Jackie Dougan, Alan Downey, Bob Efford, Art Ellefson, Victor Feldman, Tony Fisher, Allan Ganley, Bill Geldard, Dave Goldberg, Ian Hamer, Cliff Hardie,... up to 62 musicians.
Not enough info (20): Bobbie Breen, Lennie Breslaw, Bob Burns, Alan Civil, Pete Elderfield, Johnny Fourie, Ken Goldie, Bunny Gould, Alby Johnson, Harry Klein, Freddy Logan, Maurice Pratt, Mike Senn, Jackie Sharpe, Allan Siville, Louis Stewart, Dave Usden, Jimmy Wilson, Manny Winters, Ken Wray


DUSTY SPRINGFIELD BAND


Kay Garner was part of Dusty Springfield live band for some time, but I can´t find proper info about the period and the musicians, so any help would be very appreciated. From what I can understand, this should happened sometime between 1966 and 1970, when The Echoes were Dusty´s backing band:

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD BAND #?
?
Dusty Springfield
vocals
Kay Garner
backing vocals
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other background singers were Madeline Bell and Lesley Duncan (maybe also Sue Glover). Possible musicians: Gary Boyle (guitar), Mike O´Neill (keyboards), Ivan Chandler (keyboards), Don Shinn (keyboards), Peter Woolf (drums), maybe also Micky Keene (guitar). Help, please!

Other info on members of Dusty Springfield Band (I know up to 38 members)
Already covered (4): Madeline Bell, Gary Boyle, Lesley Duncan, Bob Wackett
Old pages (1): Micky Keene
To be covered (18): Simon Bell, Vic Briggs, Vicki Brown, Jeff Crampton, Kiki Dee, Mo Foster, Frank Gibson Jr, Jean Hawker, Will Hill, Mike O´Neill, Jack Peach, Don Shinn, Brian Smith, Dusty Springfield, Liza Strike, Stuart Taylor, Derek Wadsworth, Peter Woolf
Not enough info (14): Derek Andrews, Brian Bennett, Don Burrell, Ivan Chandler, Pete Clifford, Johnny Dryden, Micky Garrett, Ian Harper, Paul Hodgson, Jimmy O´Brien, Douggie Reece, Tony Scott, Chris Sparrow, Maggie Stredder


ELTON JOHN BAND


Backing Elton John: Madeline Bell, Kay Garner and Lesley Duncan

Elton John plays another special concert for the BBC in May 1970, with Hookfoot as backing band (although Dee Murray & Nigel Olsson also appear in 1 song):

ELTON JOHN BAND #?
May 70
Elton John
vocals, piano
Dave Glover
bass
Roger Pope
drums
Madeline Bell
backing vocals
Ian Duck
backing vocals
Kay Garner
backing vocals
Paul Buckmaster
conductor

Other info on members of Elton John Band (I know up to 68 members)
Already covered (10): Caroline Attard, Madeline Bell, Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter, Lesley Duncan, 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.


BIRDS OF PARIS


Birds Of Paris was a group of backing vocalists that appeared in many albums in the 70s. Some of the singers were:

BIRDS OF PARIS #?
?
Madeline Bell
backing vocals
Katie Kissoon
backing vocals
Kay Garner
backing vocals
Sue Glover
backing vocals
Sunny Leslie
backing vocals
Stephanie DeSykes
backing vocals
Vicki Brown
backing vocals
Joanne Williams
backing vocals

Other info on members of Birds Of Paris (I know up to 10 members)
Already covered (2): Madeline Bell, Joanne Williams
Old pages (1): Katie Kissoon
To be covered (6): Vicki Brown, Stephanie DeSykes, Sue Glover, Jean Hawker, Sunny Leslie, Jacqui Sullivan


JAMES LAST ORCHESTRA


This was the personnel for James Last Orchestra that released the double live album James Last live in 1974:

JAMES LAST ORCHESTRA #?
?
James Last
director
Peter Hesslein
guitar
Benny Bendorff
bass, vocals
Gunter Platzek
keyboards
Lennart Axelsson
trumpet
Rick Kiefer
trumpet
Bob Lanese
trumpet
Dieter Kock
trumpet
Karl Hermann Luer
sax, flute
Harald Ende
sax, flute
Georges Delagaye
trombone
Konny Bogdan
trombone
Detlef Surman
trombone
Herbert Bornholdt
percussion
Barry Reeves
drums
Joanne Williams
vocals
Lyn Cornell
vocals
Kay Garner
vocals
Sue Glover
vocals
Sunny Leslie
vocals
Tony Burrows
vocals
Russell Stone
vocals
Erich Kunisch
violin
Friedrich Wilhelm Stenger
violin
Jurgen Pfennig
violin
Johann Kaletta
violin
Malte Heutling
violin
Walter Marting Bruning
violin
Wolfgang Krohne
violin
Helmut Jochens
violin
Alfred Meichsner
violin
Uwe Fietkau
violin
Hans Kirfel
violin
Dirk Kummer
violin
Otwin Sohst
viola
Gerd Grabnitz
viola
Kurt Hermann
viola
Seniar Daschewski
viola
Rolf Schnaidt
cello
Janny Rey
cello
Ernst Kehl
cello
Heiko Dockering
cello
Erhard Erth
bass
Peter Van Der Osten
bass

This was part of the great James Last Orchestra personnel in their tour in 1976. If anybody knows the names of the other players, please write me:

JAMES LAST ORCHESTRA #?
?
James Last
director
Kay Garner
vocals
Sue Glover
vocals
Sunny Leslie
vocals
Lyn Cornell
vocals
Benny Bendorff
bass
Gunter Platzek
keyboards
Derek Watkins
trumpet
Kenny Wheeler
trumpet
Konny Bogdan
trombone
Detlef Surman
trombone
Herbert Bornholdt
percussion
Barry Reeves
drums
+ many others, unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of James Last Orchestra (I know up to 215 members)
Already covered (6): Madeline Bell, Irene Chanter, Stevie Lange, Big Jim Sullivan, Derek Watkins, Joanne Williams
Old pages (2): Katie Kissoon, Sylvia Mason-James
To be covered (41): Wolfgang Ahlers, P P Arnold, Pete Beachill, Simon Bell, Vicki Brown, Tony Burrows, Cafe, Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler, Bob Coassin, Lyn Cornell, Stephanie DeSykes, Harald Ende, Eddie Engels, Bob Findley, Chuck Findley, Sue Glover, Gary Grant, Manfred Grossman, Heinz Habermann, Jean Hawker, Jimmy Helms, Steven Holtman, Dick ´Slyde´ Hyde, Ruby James,... up to 41 musicians.
Not enough info (165): Miryam Afkham, Nadine-Goussi Aguigah, Rolf Ahrens, Teja Andresen, Dana Anka, Ingrid Arthur, Lennart Axelsson, Boris Bachmann, Peter Barnfeather, Stefan Beinlich, Benny Bendorff, Hans Berthold, Craig Blair, Adrian Bleyer, Konny Bogdan, Uwe Boiko, Angela Bonetti, Rebecca Borchert-Thurner, Herbert Bornholdt, Rudolf Bottger, Andre Braun, Mathias Brommann, Christian Bruning, Walter Marting Bruning, Hajo Buck,... up to 165 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): Doreen Chanter, Irene Chanter
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


PETULA CLARK BAND


This was the magnificent list of musicians that played with Petula Clark in December 1979:

PETULA CLARK BAND #?
1979
Petula Clark
vocals
Kenny Clayton
director
Mike Barker
guitar
Peter Morgan
bass
Guy Barker
trumpet
Leon Calvert
trumpet
Phil Todd
sax, flute
Margaret Gundara
horn
Martyn David
percussion
Tom Nichol
drums
Kay Garner
backing vocals
Val Stokes
backing vocals
Penny Lister
backing vocals

Other info on members of Petula Clark Band (I know up to 30 members)
Already covered (3): Roy Markowitz, Hugh McCracken, Joe Moretti
To be covered (11): Guy Barker, Leon Calvert, Petula Clark, Michel Colombier, Johnny Harris, Teddy Irwin, Bob Mann, Peter Morgan, Frank Owens, Val Stokes, Phil Todd
Not enough info (15): Mike Barker, Kenny Clayton, Larry Coles, Martyn David, Jerry Evans, Margaret Gundara, Kirk Hamilton, Joe Henderson, Jeff Holland, Penny Lister, John Markham, Tim Michaels, Tom Nichol, Joey Preston, Harold Wheeler


AND THEN


Kay Garner started appearing in many disco albums.


NEIL RICHARDSON SINGERS


The Neil Richardson Singers was a choir appearing in many radio programmes, and some of their members were also members of BBC Big Band and the BBC Radio Orchestra. These were the members that appeared in some shows in September 1987 by Rick Wakeman, backed by the BBC Radio Orchestra with the Neil Richardson Singers and Ramon Remedios:

NEIL RICHARDSON SINGERS #
Barbara Courtney-King
vocals
Molly Simpson
vocals
Nicole Tibbles
vocals
Kay Garner
vocals
Jean Gilbert
vocals
Penny Lister
vocals
Kate Greer
vocals
Denise Shane
vocals
Nick Curtis
vocals
Danny Street
vocals
Mike Redway
vocals
Lindsay Benson
vocals
Tony Hayes
vocals
James Ottaway
vocals
Ken Barrie
vocals
Alan Grant
vocals

Other info on members of Neil Richardson Singers (I know up to 16 members)
Not enough info (15): Ken Barrie, Lindsay Benson, Barbara Courtney-King, Nick Curtis, Jean Gilbert, Alan Grant, Kate Greer, Tony Hayes, Penny Lister, James Ottaway, Mike Redway, Denise Shane, Molly Simpson, Danny Street, Nicole Tibbles


THE LADYBIRDS


The Ladybirds was a female vocalists team that started working in the beginning of the 60s. In one of their later incarnations, around 2005, Kay Garner sang with them:

THE LADYBIRDS #?
2005
Maggie Stredder
vocals
Kay Garner
vocals
Vicki Robinson
vocals

Other info on members of The Ladybirds (I know up to 10 members)
To be covered (1): Ann Simmons
Not enough info (8): Joan Baxter, Marian Davies, Gloria George, Laura Lee, Penny Lister, Tracy Miller, Vicki Robinson, Maggie Stredder

DISCOGRAPHY: (112 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

OWN ALBUMS (2 credits)
  • L David Sloane / This must be love Mr Gray (SINGLE) - Kay Garner (1968)

  • Squeeze me / I still get jealous (SINGLE) - Kay Garner ( - )

ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (7 credits)
  • Elton John - Elton John (May 1970)

    • Members: Elton John + Madeline Bell, Paul Buckmaster, Alan Parker, Caleb Quaye, Bernie Taupin (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner)
    • Guests: Tony Burrows, Roger Cook, Terry Cox, Brian Dee, Colin Green, Roland Harker, Tony Hazzard, Clive Hicks, Les Hurdle, Skaila Kanga, Diana Lewis, Dennis Lopez, Dave Richmond, Alan Weighall (RIP: Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Robin Geoffrey Cable
    • Comments: CD reissue from 1995 contains 3 bonus tracks.
  • Tumbleweed connection - Elton John (October 1970)

    • Members: Elton John + Madeline Bell, Paul Buckmaster, Ian Duck, Dave Glover, Nigel Olsson, Caleb Quaye, Bernie Taupin (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Dee Murray, Roger Pope)
    • Guests: Tony Burrows, Brian Dee, Mike Egan, Herbie Flowers, Sue Glover, Tony Hazzard, Karl Jenkins, Robin Jones, Skaila Kanga, Chris Laurence, Sunny Leslie (RIP: Gordon Huntley, Barry Morgan, Dusty Springfield, Johnny Van Derrick)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Robin Geoffrey Cable
  • Friends - Elton John (April 1971)

    • Members: Elton John + Madeline Bell, Paul Buckmaster, Nigel Olsson, Caleb Quaye (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Dee Murray)
    • Guests: Diana Lewis, Rex Morris, Liza Strike
    • Producer: John Gilbert (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Robin Geoffrey Cable
    • Comments: Recorded in September 1970, it was the soundtrack for the movie of the same name.
  • See all her faces - Dusty Springfield (November 1972)

    • Members: (RIP: Dusty Springfield + Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Derek Wadsworth)
    • Guests: Jimmy Horowitz, Peter Knight, Keith Mansfield (RIP: Angela Morley)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tom Dowd, Ellie Greenwich, Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler)
    • Comments: See all her faces was produced by many different people, but all great producers: Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler, Ellie Greenwich, etc. The orchestra was conducted by Jimmy Horowitz and Derek Wadsworth. CD reissue contains 3 bonus tracks.
  • James Last live - James Last (1974) (LIVE)

    • Members: Tony Burrows, Lyn Cornell, Harald Ende, Sue Glover, Rick Kiefer, Sunny Leslie, Russell Stone (RIP: James Last + Kay Garner, Dieter Kock, Gunter Platzek, Barry Reeves, Joanne Williams)
    • Comments: Double live album.
  • Non stop dancing 1976/2 - James Last (1976)

    • Members: Tony Burrows, Harald Ende, Sue Glover, Neil Lancaster, Sunny Leslie, Manfred Moch (RIP: James Last + Rolf Ahrens, Kay Garner, Heinz Habermann, Gunter Platzek, Barry Reeves, Derek Watkins)
    • Guests: Wolfgang Schluter
  • A World of love - The Les Reed Orchestra ( - )

COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (2 credits)
  • Greatest hits - Elton John (November 1974)

    • Members: Elton John + Madeline Bell, Paul Buckmaster, Ray Cooper, Davey Johnstone, Nigel Olsson (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Dee Murray)
    • Guests: Tony Burrows, Jean-Louis Chautemps, Roger Cook, Brian Dee, Colin Green, Tony Hazzard, David Hentschel, Clive Hicks, Billy Hinsche, Bruce Johnston, Ivan Julien, Del Newman, Dave Richmond, Ken Scott, Toni Tennille (RIP: Barry Morgan, Carl Wilson)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Robin Geoffrey Cable, Darryl Dragon
  • To be continued... - Elton John (1990)

    • Members: Elton John + Guy Babylon, Madeline Bell, Stewart Brown, Paul Buckmaster, Alan Carvell, Ray Cooper, Kiki Dee, Ian Duck, Mick Inkpen, Mortonette Jenkins, Marlena Jeter, Davey Johnstone, Shirley Lewis, Jody Linscott, Fred Mandel, Jonathan Moffett, Dave Murphy, Gordon Neville, James Newton Howard, Nigel Olsson, Kenny Passarelli, David Paton, Caleb Quaye (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Dee Murray, Roger Pope)
    • Guests: Rex Bishop + Greg Adams, Sweet Pea Atkinson, Harry Bowens, Tony Burrows, Lenny Castro, Bill Champlin, Jean-Louis Chautemps, Roger Cook, Terry Cox, Paulinho Da Costa, Brian Dee, Deon Estus, Victor Feldman, Chuck Findley, Herbie Flowers, Mel Gaynor, Roger Glover, Sue Glover, Colin Green, Tony Hazzard, David Hentschel, Jerry Hey, Clive Hicks, Steve Holley, Jim Horn, Paul Jackson, Randy Jackson, Ivan Julien, Clydie King, Michael Landau, Diana Lewis, Dennis Lopez, Steve Lukather, Shirley Matthews, Reggie McBride, Brian Odgers, David Paich, Lenny Pickett (RIP: John Lennon + Bob Babbitt, Tony Bell, Gordon Huntley, Barry Morgan, Gene Page, Marty Paich)
    • Producer: (RIP: Michel Berger, Gus Dudgeon)
    • Technical: Ed Cherney, Stuart Epps, Casey Jones, Bill Price
    • Comments: 4CD boxset with some rarities.
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (3 credits)
  • You can´t bypass love (SINGLE) - Sue & Sunny (1966)

    • Members: Sue Glover, Sunny Leslie
    • Guests: (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Doin´ things - Madeline Bell (1968)

    • Members: Madeline Bell + John Paul Jones
    • Guests: Ian Green, Keith Mansfield (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Dusty Springfield + Arthur Greenslade, Derek Wadsworth)
    • Comments: CD reissue from 2004 contains 6 bonus tracks.
  • I want you to be my baby / Suffer (SINGLE) - Billie Davis (August 1968)

COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • 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.
SOUNDTRACKS (1 credit)
  • Dick Tracy - OST (June 1990)

    • Guests: Patti Austin, David Ballou, Gene Cipriano, John Curtis, Stephanie DeSykes, Bill Elliott, Harold Fisher, Tony Fisher, Colin Green, Ronnie Lang, Jennifer Leitham, Gayle Levant, Darlene Love, Myrna Matthews, Eddie Mordue, Joel Peskin, Vicky Silva, Colin Smith, Sally Stevens, Stan Sulzmann, Julia Tillman Waters, Oren Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Roy Willox (RIP: Vic Ash, LaVern Baker, Lennie Bush, Kay Garner, Derek Healey, Bobby Keys, Jeanette Kimball, Neil Levang, Richard Payne, Jim Self, Derek Wadsworth, Ray Warleigh)
    • Technical: Mark Linett, Roger Wake
MUSICALS / CASTS (1 credit)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar - VVAA (October 1970)

    • Guests: P P Arnold, Madeline Bell, Brian Bennett, Annette Brox, Victor Brox, Keith Christie, Les Condon, Mike D´Abo, Yvonne Elliman, Ian Gillan, Sue Glover, Ian Herbert, Clive Hicks, Neil Hubbard, Karl Jenkins, Brian Keith, Neil Lancaster, Sunny Leslie, John Marshall, Henry McCullough, Chris Mercer, Peter Morgan, Peter Robinson, Chris Spedding, Chris Taylor, Mike Vickers, Mick Weaver, Alan Weighall (RIP: Tony Ashton, Harry Beckett, Jeff Clyne, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, John Gustafson, Ian Hamer, Bill Le Sage, Bruce Rowland, Alan Spenner, Kenny Wheeler)
    • Technical: (RIP: Martin Rushent)
    • Comments: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice wrote this magnificent and world-wide famous score. There has been many different versions (including a Spanish one), but to me, the best is the original version. The list of participants is really impressive: Ian Gillan (vocals, from Deep Purple), Chris Spedding (guitar), Madeline Bell (vocals), Lesley Duncan (vocals), Yvonne Elliman (vocals), John Gustafson (vocals), Murray Head (vocals), Tony Ashton (vocals), Victor Brox (bass, from Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation), Neil Hubbard (guitar), Chris Mercer (sax), Paul Raven (vocals), Bruce Rowland (drums), Alan Spenner (bass), Mick Weaver (keyboards), Mike D'Abo (vocals, from Manfred Mann), Henry McCullough (guitar), etc.
SESSIONS (83 credits)
  • It ain´t easy - Long John Baldry (1971)

    • Members: Rod Stewart (RIP: Long John Baldry + Ian Armit, Sam Mitchell)
    • Guests: Caleb Quaye + Maggie Bell, Tony Burrows, Ian Duck, Dave Glover, Tony Hazzard, Ray Jackson, Elton John, Alan Skidmore, Liza Strike, Ron Wood (RIP: Lesley Duncan + Kay Garner, Roger Pope, Doris Troy)
    • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
    • Comments: It ain't easy was co-produced between Elton John & Rod Stewart. It features Maggie Bell (vocals), Ron Wood (guitar), Sam Mitchell (guitar), Ray Jackson (mandolin), Ian Armitt (keyboards), Alan Skidmore (sax). Jimmy Horowitz acts as executive producer. Also appearing the complete lineup of Hookfoot: Caleb Quaye (guitar), Ian Duck (vocals, harmonica), Dave Glover (bass), Roger Pope (drums).
    • My opinion: It includes a song written by Lesley Duncan, ´Mr Rubin´.
  • Little Willie Ramble - Demick & Armstrong (1971)

    • Members: Herbie Armstrong, Rod Demick
    • Guests: Sue Glover, Sunny Leslie, Gordon Smith (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Comments: Little Willie Ramble was issued in 1971, with Gordon Smith (vocals, guitar), David Watkins (keyboards), Tony Knight (drums), plus vocals by Kay Garner, Sue Glover, Sunny Leslie and Alice Pepper.
  • Am I - Matthew Ellis (1971)

    • Guests: Toni Campo, Sunny Leslie, Rex Morris, Chris Spedding, Chris Walker (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Barry Morgan, Tommy Reilly)
  • Loudwater house - Tony Hazzard (1971)

    • Members: Tony Hazzard
    • Guests: Mike Batt, Toni Campo, Clem Clempson, B J Cole, Ray Cooper, Sue Glover, Dave Greenslade, Caleb Quaye, Chris Slade, Chris Spedding, Russell Stone (RIP: Loughty Amao, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Roy O´Temro)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gerry Bron)
    • Comments: He was a singer and writer (wrote 'You won't be leaving' for Herman's Hermits, and 'Fox on the run' for Manfred Mann). He used to collaborate in several Elton John albums (Elton John, Tumbleweed Connection and Honky Chateau), so many of Elton musicians backed him on some of his solo albums.
      This was his 2nd solo album, where he was backed by Clem Clempson (then, labelmate in Colosseum), Caleb Quaye and Ray Cooper (guitar and percussion, both from Elton John Band), Chris Spedding (guitar), Mike Batt (piano), Dave Greenslade (keyboards), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), Chris Slade (later in Uriah Heep, The Firm, AC/DC, etc.), and featuring vocals by Lesley Duncan and Sue Glover.
  • Every little bit soul - Rosetta Hightower (1971)

    • Members: (RIP: Rosetta Hightower)
    • Guests: Martyn Ford, Liza Strike (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Producer: Ian Green
  • Out of nowhere - Henry Schifter (1971)

    • Guests: Marc Charig, Nick Evans, Brian Keith, Paul Nieman, Barry St John, Larry Steele, Liza Strike, John Williams (RIP: Mongezi Feza, Kay Garner, Nic Potter, Kevin Westlake, Gary Windo)
    • Technical: George Chkiantz
    • Comments: Recorded in August 1971.
  • Nigel lived - Murray Head (1972)

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

    • Members: (RIP: Lou Reed)
    • Guests: Clem Cattini, Steve Howe, Les Hurdle, Paul Keogh, Brian Odgers, Caleb Quaye, Rick Wakeman (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Comments: Lou Reed is world-wide known. He was a member of cult band The Velvet Underground. Although many people thinks Transformer was his solo debut, this is really his first solo album, after leaving that band. With an exquisite (and unexpected in those times) backing band: Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman (from Yes), Paul Keogh (guitar), Les Hurdle (bass) and Clem Cattini (drums, an historical name in the beginning of UK rock'n'roll scene). With classics like ´Lisa says´ or ´Wild child´.
  • The Seven Ages Of Man - The Seven Ages Of Man (1972)

    • Guests: P P Arnold, Madeline Bell, Steve Gray, Colin Green, Brian Odgers, Tony Roberts (RIP: Gordon Beck, Kay Garner, Rosetta Hightower, Harold McNair, Doris Troy)
    • Producer: Ian Green
  • Saturday morning pictures - Stray (1972)

    • Guests: P P Arnold, Mike Evans, Barry St John, Liza Strike (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • The Road is no place for a lady - Cass Elliot (September 1972)

    • Members: (RIP: Cass Elliot)
    • Guests: Ray Cooper, Les Hurdle, Dave MacRae, Chris Spedding (RIP: Kay Garner, Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: Del Newman
    • Technical: David Hentschel, Dennis Mackay
  • 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.
  • New-York - Rapsat (1973)

  • Insolitudes - Johnny Halliday (April 1973)

    • Members: Johnny Halliday + Jean-Pierre Azoulay, Madeline Bell, Jacques Denjean, Jean-Marc Deuterre, Jerry Donahue, Jean Claude Vannier
    • Guests: B J Cole, Peter Frampton, Jim Horn, Jim Price, Liza Strike, Klaus Voormann, Gary Wright (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Bryson Graham, Bobby Keys, Bob Mayo)
    • Technical: Chris Kimsey (RIP: Keith Grant, Keith Harwood)
    • Comments: Recorded during November 1972 to January 1973.
  • 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.
  • I´ve got the music in me - Kiki Dee Band (1974)

    • Members: Kiki Dee + Bias Boshell, Pete Clarke, B J Cole, Phil Curtis, Mike Deacon, Jo Partridge (RIP: Roger Pope)
    • Guests: Joshie Armstead, Irene Chanter, Stuart Epps, Richard Hewson, Cissy Houston, Del Newman, Gary Osborne, Barry St John, Maeretha Stewart, Jeff Titmus, Paul Vigrass (RIP: Kay Garner, Barry Morgan)
    • Producer: Elton John (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: I´ve got the music in me contains appearances by: Jo Partridge (guitar), B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar), Phil Curtis (bass), Bias Boshell (keyboards), Mike Deacon (keyboards), Roger Pope (drums), Barry Morgan (drums), Pete Clarke (drums), and on backing vocals: Irene Chanter, Josie Armstead, Kay Garner, Cissy Houston (yep! Whitney Houston's mummy, a superb singer!), Billy Lawrie, Gary Osborne, Barry St. John and Paul Vigrass. CD reissue contains 4 bonus tracks, one of them produced by Elton John.
  • Midnight dreamer - Mick Greenwood (1974)

    • Members: Mick Greenwood + Gerry Conway, Pat Donaldson (RIP: Barry De Souza)
    • Guests: Greg Bowen, Sue Glover, Richard Hewson, John Huckridge, Duncan Lamont, Eddie Mordue, Chris Smith, Barry St John, Liza Strike (RIP: Kay Garner, William Murray, Kenny Wheeler)
    • Comments: Third album by Mick Greenwood. The lineup for the album was: Mick Greenwood (vocals, guitar, piano, percussion) Pat Donaldson (bass) William A. Murray (drums) Gerry Conway (drums) Barry De Souza (drums)

      Also featuring a superb list of vocalists: Barry St. John, Sue Glover, Liza Strike, Bonny Hamilton and Kay Garner. Plus Kenny Wheeler (trumpet), Chris Hughes (tenor sax), and more hornmen: Eddie Mordue, Rex Morris, Duncan Lamont, Wally Smith, Rick Kennedy, Chris Smith, Creg Bowen and Johnny Huckridge. The arrangements for strings, horns and singers were by Richard Hewson (the man that arranged strings on The Beatles' 'Eleanor Rigby') and Steve Hamilton.
  • Langspil - Johann G Johannsson (1974)

    • Guests: Miller Anderson, Madeline Bell, Brian Gascoigne, Colin Green, Jon Hiseman, Robin Jones, Skaila Kanga, Dave Markee, Bud Parkes, Alan Skidmore, David Snell, Barbara Thompson, Don Weller (RIP: Harry Beckett, Kay Garner, John Taylor, Ronnie Verrell, Derek Wadsworth, Micky Waller)
    • Comments: This Scandinavian artist (he composes, sings, plays guitar and bass in this album) recorded this album at Olympic Sound Studios in London, with great British musicians: Miller Anderson (guitar in 4 tracks), Colin Green (guitar), Brian Gascoigne (keyboards), John Taylor (keyboards), Derek Wadsworth (trombone), Don Weller (sax), Dave Markee (bass), Jon Hiseman (drums in 6 tracks), Ronnie Verrel (drums), Micky Waller (drums in 1 track, ´I need a woman´), Robin Jones (drums), Skaila Kanga (harp), David Snell (harp). The brass section includes: Barbara Thompson (in 1 song, ´Sentimental blues´), Alan Skidmore, Dave Lawrence, Bud Parkes, Harry Beckett and Butch Hudson. The backing vocals are performed by Madeline Bell, Joanne Hilkins and Kay Garner.
  • The Butterfly ball and the grasshopper´s feast - Roger Glover (December 1974)

    • Members: Roger Glover
    • Guests: David Coverdale + Les Binks, Helen Chappelle, Jack Emblow, Ray Fenwick, Martyn Ford, Mo Foster, Mike Giles, Jimmy Helms, Glenn Hughes, Eddie Jobson, Chris Karan, Neil Lancaster, John Lawton, Mike Moran, Del Newman, Ann Odell, Mickey Lee Soule, Barry St John, Liza Strike, Nigel Watson (RIP: Ronnie James Dio, John Gustafson, Eddie Hardin + Tony Ashton, Kay Garner, Joanne Williams)
    • Comments: Some CD reissues add one bonus track.
  • Special delivery - Polly Brown (1975)

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

    • Members: Herbie Flowers + Chris Spedding
    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Steve Gray, Alan Parker + Ted Barker, Greg Bowen, Ray Cooper, Jack Emblow, Albert Hall, Duncan Lamont, Mike Moran, Tony Newman, Frank Ricotti, Mark Singer, David Snell (RIP: Alan Downey, Kay Garner, Rosetta Hightower, Ronnie Verrell, Andy White, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: Brian Robertson
    • Technical: Robin Black, Mike Bobak
    • Comments: Recorded in 1975.
  • Rock around the bunker - Serge Gainsbourg (1975)

    • Members: (RIP: Serge Gainsbourg)
    • Guests: Jean Hawker, Alan Hawkshaw, Jim Lawless, Brian Odgers, Alan Parker, Claire Torry, Dougie Wright (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Glass top coffin - Ramases (1975)

    • Guests: Bob Bertles, Sue Glover, Sunny Leslie (RIP: Kay Garner, Roger Harrison, Colin Thurston)
  • Souvenirs - Demis Roussos (1975)

  • In London - Richard Jon Smith (1975)

  • King Brilliant - Howard Werth & The Moonbeams (1975)

    • Members: Howard Werth + Fred Gandy, Mike Moran (RIP: Roger Pope, Bob Weston)
    • Guests: Trevor Williams + Steve Bingham, David Hentschel, Richard Hewson, Davey Johnstone, Tony O´Malley, Alan Skidmore, Terry Stannard, Larry Steele, Liza Strike (RIP: Vicki Brown, Kay Garner, John Gustafson)
    • Producer: (RIP: Gus Dudgeon)
    • Comments: Howard Werth was a member of the band Audience. This beautiful album features many good performers: Davey Johnstone (guitar), Bob Weston (guitar), John Gustafson (bass), Steve Bingham (bass), Fred Gandy (bass), David Hentschel (keyboards), Mike Moran (keyboards), the great Tony O'Malley (keyboards), Alan Skidmore (sax), Roger Pope (drums), Terry Stannard (drums), and vocals by Vicki Brown, Kay Garner, Larry Steele and Liza Strike. Producer Gus Dudgeon also plays percussion. Different CD reissues contain different bonus tracks.
  • Hearts on fire - Baker Gurvitz Army (1976)

  • Good to be alive - Long John Baldry (1976)

    • Members: Denny Ball, Jimmy Horowitz (RIP: Long John Baldry + Dave Ball, Sam Mitchell)
    • Guests: Andy Bown, Terry Cox, Jon Field, Sue Glover, John Mealing, Tony Newman, Liza Strike (RIP: Lesley Duncan + Kay Garner)
    • Comments: The Good to be Alive album was recorded in 1973 with great musicians: Lesley Duncan (vocals), Sue Glover (vocals), Liza Strike (vocals), Kay Garner (vocals), Dave Ball (guitar), Bob Cohen (guitar), Sam Mitchell (guitar), Denny Ball (bass), Andy Bown (keyboards), Jimmy Horowitz (keyboards), John Mealing (keyboards), Terry Cox (drums) Tony Newman (drums), Mike Driscoll (drums), as well as horns by Jon Field, Chris Hughes and Mick French.
  • 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.
  • L´ Homme a tete de chou - Serge Gainsbourg (1976)

    • Members: (RIP: Serge Gainsbourg)
    • Guests: Jean Hawker, Alan Hawkshaw, Jim Lawless, Brian Odgers, Alan Parker, Claire Torry, Dougie Wright (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Love is - Richard Hewson Orchestra (1976)

    • Members: Richard Hewson
    • Guests: Sue Glover, Sunny Leslie, Simon Phillips (RIP: Kay Garner, Tony Gilbert, Don Rendell)
  • 21 days in Soho - Richard Myhill (1976)

    • Guests: Ken Fordham, Paul Keogh, Graham Preskett, Claire Torry (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner)
    • Producer: Roy Thomas Baker, Alan Parsons
  • Sophie´s Dream - Sophie´s Dream (1976)

    • Guests: Hugh Burns, Paul Cosh, Jack Emblow, Martyn Ford, Steve Nye, Alan Skidmore, Liza Strike (RIP: Kay Garner, Morris Pert)
  • Welcome to the club - Long John Baldry (1977)

    • Members: Tom Brown (RIP: Long John Baldry + Ian Armit, Sam Mitchell, Alan Murphy)
    • Guests: Andy Bown, David Katz + Madeline Bell, Tony Burrows, George Chisholm, Pete Gavin, John Jarvis, Jim Keltner, Neil Lancaster, Chas Mills, David Snell, Liza Strike, Fred Tackett, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Lesley Duncan + Jesse Ed Davis, Kay Garner)
    • Producer: Jimmy Horowitz
    • Technical: Aaron Chakraverty
    • Comments: Welcome to the club contains appearances by Jesse Ed Davis (guitar), Andy Bown (guitar), Sam Mitchell (guitar), Alan Murphy (guitar), Fred Tackett (guitar), Klaus Voormann (bass), Ian Armitt (keyboards), Jimmy Horowitz (keyboards), John Jarvis (keyboards), Pete Gavin (drums), Jim Keltner (drums), and vocals by Madeline Bell, Tony Burrows, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Neil Lancaster, Chas Mills, Liza Strike.
  • Knight on the road - Martin Best (1977)

    • Guests: Derek Austin, Hugh Burns, Nick Ingman, Paul Keogh, Darryl Runswick (RIP: Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, David Mason, Barry Morgan)
  • Rendezvous - Sandy Denny (1977)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg, Richard Thompson (RIP: Sandy Denny)
    • Guests: Dick Cuthell, Jerry Donahue, Benny Gallagher, Sue Glover, Alan Holmes, Brother James, Sunny Leslie, Billy Livsey, Graham Lyle, Junior Marvin, Frank Ricotti, Jess Roden, Claire Torry, Steve Winwood (RIP: Kay Garner, Bob Weston)
    • Producer: (RIP: Trevor Lucas)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 1 bonus track.
  • 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)
  • Africanism - Kongas (1977)

  • Voyage - Voyage (1977)

    • Guests: Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Young and Moody - Young & Moody (1977)

    • Members: Micky Moody, Bob Young
    • Guests: Jean Hawker, Graham Preskett, Terry Stannard, Claire Torry (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Producer: Roger Glover
  • 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
  • Cerrone IV - The golden touch - Cerrone (1978)

    • Guests: Marc Chantereau, Ray Cooper, John Davies, Mo Foster, Sue Glover, Cliff Hardie, Ricky Hitchcock, Laurence Juber, Sunny Leslie, Henry Lowther, Peter Oxer, Chris Padovan, Slim Pezin, Frank Ricotti, Georges Rodi, Stan Sulzmann, Snowy White (RIP: Kay Garner, Tony Harris, Derek Watkins)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Lines - Charlie (1978)

    • Members: Julian Colbeck, Terry Thomas
    • Guests: Andy Duncan, Jean Hawker, Jacqui Sullivan (RIP: Kay Garner, Pete Zorn)
  • Karen direct from Philadelphia - Karen Cheryl (1978)

    • Guests: Trevor Bastow, Carla Benson, Evette Benton, Tony Burrows, Tony Fisher, Ricky Hitchcock, David Horler, Barbara Ingram, Alan Jones, Paul Keogh, Neil Lancaster, Chris Pyne, Frank Ricotti, Russell Stone, Stan Sulzmann, Claire Torry (RIP: Ron Aspery, Vicki Brown, Kay Garner, Derek Healey, Barry Morgan)
    • Technical: Rocky
  • Romeo & Juliet - Alec R Costandinos & The Synchophonic Orchestra (1978)

  • Melophonia - Limelight Disco Symphony (1978)

  • Alan Price - Alan Price (1978)

    • Members: Alan Price + John Gordon, Steve Gregory, Dave Rose, Theodore Thunder, Don Weller (RIP: Derek Wadsworth)
    • Guests: Tony Burrows, George Chisholm, Geoff Driscoll, Martin Drover, Rob Hendry, Neil Lancaster, Chas Mills, Bill Smith, Jacqui Sullivan, Joy Yates (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Don´t talk back - Jim Rafferty (1978)

    • Guests: Rab Noakes + Don Airey, Madeline Bell, Hugh Burns, Rod Clements, B J Cole, Mel Collins, Herbie Flowers, Delisle Harper, John James, Laurence Juber, Dave Mattacks, Chris Mercer, Francis Monkman, Lynton Naiff, Brian Odgers, Graham Preskett, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti, Gary Taylor, Peter Van Hooke, Pete Wingfield, Pick Withers (RIP: Gerry Rafferty + Kay Garner, Barry Morgan)
    • Comments: He is Gerry Rafferty's brother. Lots of great musicians in this album, apart from Jim & Gerry: Madeline Bell (vocals), Kay Garner (vocals), Gerry Rafferty (guitar), Hughie Burns (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar), Laurence Juber (guitar, from Wings), B.J. Cole (steel guitar, from Cochise), Gary Taylor (bass), Herbie Flowers (bass), Rod Clements (bass), DeLisle Harper (bass), Rab Noakes (bass), Brian Odgers (bass), Francis Monkman (keyboards), Pete Wingfield (keyboards), Don Airey (keyboards), Chris Mercer (sax), Mel Collins (sax), Graham Preskett (violin, keyboards), Pick Withers (drums, from Dire Straits), Dave Mattacks (drums), Barry Morgan (drums), Henry Spinetti (drums) and Peter Van Hooke (drums).
  • The Garden of love - Don Ray (1978)

    • Guests: Madeline Bell, Marc Chantereau, Ray Cooper, Mo Foster, Sue Glover, Laurence Juber, Slim Pezin, Frank Ricotti, Georges Rodi (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Fly away - Voyage (1978)

    • Members: Sylvia Mason-James
    • Guests: Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi, Pete Willsher (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Golden tears - Sumeria (July 1978)

    • Guests: Tony Burrows, George Chandler, Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Raymond Donnez, Sue Glover, Neil Lancaster, Sunny Leslie, Chas Mills, Chris Padovan, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Cerrone V: Angelina - Cerrone (1979)

    • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Irene Chanter, Paulinho Da Costa, Linda Dillard, Sue Glover, Gary Grant, Larry Hall, Gary Herbig, Jerry Hey, David Hungate, Paul Jackson, Jon Joyce, Edie Lehmann, Steve Lukather, Greg Mathieson, Chuck Rainey, Bill Reichenbach, Lee Ritenour, Georges Rodi, Val Stokes, Claire Torry (RIP: Kay Garner, Lew McCreary)
  • Liars beware - Karen Cheryl (1979)

    • Guests: Carla Benson, Evette Benton, Irene Chanter, Barbara Ingram, Neil Lancaster, Joy Yates (RIP: Kay Garner, Larry Washington)
  • Keep it on ice - Croisette (1979)

    • Guests: Tony Burrows, Helen Chappelle, John Davies, Bruce Dukov, Mo Foster, Cliff Hardie, Ricky Hitchcock, David Katz, Sunny Leslie, Henry Lowther, Sylvia Mason-James, Chas Mills, Peter Oxer, Anthony Pleeth, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Martin Robinson, Godfrey Salmon, Steve Saunders, Cathy Stevens, Liza Strike, Stan Sulzmann, Fiachra Trench, Peter Van Hooke (RIP: Kay Garner, Tony Harris, Ray Warleigh)
    • Technical: Colin Green
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 2 bonus tracks.
  • I got it bad - Leroy Gomez (1979)

    • Guests: Thor Baldursson, Madeline Bell, Mats Bjoerklund, Marc Chantereau, Curt Cress, Sue Glover, Skaila Kanga, David Katz (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Have a little faith in me - Evelyn Thomas (1979)

    • Guests: Larry Ball, Tony Burrows, Helen Chappelle, John Davies, Bruce Dukov, Mo Foster, Cliff Hardie, Ricky Hitchcock, David Katz, Sunny Leslie, Henry Lowther, Sylvia Mason-James, Chas Mills, Peter Oxer, Anthony Pleeth, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Martin Robinson, Godfrey Salmon, Steve Saunders, Mark Singer, Cathy Stevens, Liza Strike, Stan Sulzmann, Fiachra Trench, Peter Van Hooke (RIP: Kay Garner, Tony Harris, Grady Martin, Ray Warleigh)
    • Technical: Colin Green
  • Life´s a party - The Michael Zager Band (1979)

    • Guests: Sandford Allen, Rubens Bassini, Keith Bird, Al Brown, Francisco Centeno, Burt Collins, Ray Cooper, Ronnie Cuber, Stephanie DeSykes, Tony Fisher, John Gatchell, Derek Grossmith, Ricky Hitchcock, David Horler, Cissy Houston, David Katz, Paul Keogh, Stevie Lange, Henry Lowther, Dolette McDonald, Bob Millikan, Chas Mills, Jeff Mironov, Thomas Mitchell, Francis Monkman, Rob Mounsey, Keith O´Quinn, John Rooke, Steve Saunders, Allan Schwartzberg, Maeretha Stewart (RIP: Kay Garner, Whitney Houston, Barry Morgan, Kenny Wheeler)
  • Cerrone VI - Cerrone (1980)

  • Long distance - Night (December 1980)

    • Members: Bobby Guidotti, Billy Kristian, Stevie Lange, Robbie McIntosh, Chris Thompson, Bobby Wright
    • Guests: Kevin Savigar (RIP: Vicki Brown + Kay Garner, Morris Pert, Graham Todd)
    • Technical: (RIP: Mike Shipley)
  • Never too young to dance! - Video Kids (1981)

    • Guests: Joy Askew, Guy Barker, Trevor Bastow, Raul D´Oliveira, Herbie Flowers, Tristan Fry, Nick Graham, Ricky Hitchcock, John Huckridge, Chris Hunter, Les Hurdle, Ruby James, Nigel Jenkins, Chris Karan, Paul Keogh, Sylvia Mason-James, John Mealing, Charlie Morgan, Gordon Neville, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Val Stokes, Liza Strike, Stan Sulzmann, Ray Swinfield, Phil Todd, Hans Zimmer (RIP: Alan Downey, Kay Garner, Graham Jarvis, Barry Morgan, Ray Warleigh)
  • Russian roulette - Zen (1981)

    • Guests: Joy Askew, Derek Austin, Geoff Bastow, Trevor Bastow, Joe Fagin, Tristan Fry, Ricky Hitchcock, John Huckridge, Les Hurdle, Ruby James, Chris Karan, Paul Keogh, Sylvia Mason-James, Alan Parker, Chris Rae, Frank Ricotti, Vicky Silva, Stan Sulzmann, Ray Swinfield, Jimmy Thomas (RIP: Alan Downey, Kay Garner, Graham Jarvis, Barry Morgan, Ray Warleigh)
  • Cerrone 8: back track - Cerrone (1982)

    • Guests: Jean-Pierre Azoulay, Mo Foster, Paul Keogh, Chris Padovan, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi, Serge Roux, Nanette Workman (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Michael Brauer
  • Matioszek - Matioszek (1982)

    • Guests: Steve Bolton, Paul Buckmaster, Andy Clark, Sue Glover (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • One step higher - Voyage (1982)

    • Guests: Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler, Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Yvonne Jones, Georges Rodi, Jimmy Thomas (RIP: Carole Fredericks, Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Off the record - Neil Innes (1983)

    • Members: Neil Innes (RIP: Ollie Halsall)
    • Guests: John Altman, Sharon Campbell, Mitch Dalton, Martin Drover, Bruce Dukov, Jack Emblow, Digby Fairweather, Morgan Fisher, Mo Foster, Lee Fothergill, Keith Gemmell, Malcolm Griffiths, Luis Jardim, Chris Karan, Annie Kavanagh, Neil Lancaster, Henry Lowther, Chas Mills, Keith Nelson, Paul Nieman, Roger Rettig, Frank Ricotti, Dave Spence, Richard Studt, Bob Sydor, Gary Taylor, Peter Van Hooke, Bob Wackett, Nigel Warren-Green, Harvey Weston, Paul Westwood, Gavyn Wright, Joy Yates (RIP: Kenny Clare, Randy Colville, Alan Downey, Kay Garner, Pete Strange)
    • Producer: Steve James
    • Comments: He was the singer in Bonzo Dog Band. Here we can find lots of musicians. For example: Mitch Dalton (guitar), Ollie Halsall (guitar), Mo Foster (bass), Paul Westwood (bass), Morgan Fisher (keyboards), John Altman (sax), Keith Gemmell (sax), Henry Lowther (trumpet), Martin Drover (trumpet), Digby Fairweather (trumpet), Malcolm Griffiths (trombone), Louis Jardim (percussion), Chris Karan (percussion), Frank Ricotti (percussion), Peter Van Hooke (drums), Kay Garner (backing vocals), Linda Taylor (backing vocals), Gary Taylor (backing vocals), etc.
  • You caught me out - Tracey Ullman (1984)

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

    • Guests: Siedah Garrett, Laurence Juber, Janis Liebhart (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • The Collector - Cerrone (1985)

    • Guests: Siedah Garrett, Laurence Juber, Janis Liebhart (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Lost song - Jane Birkin (February 1987)

    • Guests: Mo Foster, Alan Hawkshaw, Tessa Niles, Alan Parker, Peter Van Hooke (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • Enchanted - Marc Almond (1990)

    • Guests: Betsy Cook, Stephanie DeSykes, Jack Emblow, Stephen Hague, Susie O´List, Hossam Ramzy, Maggie Ryder, Enrico Tomasso, Chris Tombling, Claire Torry (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Ren Swan
  • Classic rock II volume 2 - The London Symphony Orchestra And The Royal Choral Society (1991)

    • Guests: Tony Burrows, Simon Chamberlain, Jimmy Chambers, Clem Clempson, Snake Davis, Stephanie DeSykes, Mo Foster, Isobel Griffiths, Nigel Hitchcock, Nick Ingman, Ruby James, Paul Keogh, Katie Kissoon, Neil Lancaster, Neil Lockwood, Sylvia Mason-James, Kevin McAlea, Mae McKenna, Leroy Osbourne, Juliet Roberts, Miriam Stockley, Phil Todd, Claire Torry, Simon Wallace, Cleveland Watkiss, Andy Whitmore (RIP: Kay Garner, Andrew Pryce Jackman)
    • Technical: Chris Blair, Austin Ince
  • The Fire sermon - The Violet Hour (1991)

    • Guests: Sam Brown, Margo Buchanan (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Producer: Phill Brown (RIP: Pete Brown)
  • Souvenirs - Voyage (March 1991)

    • Members: Sylvia Mason-James
    • Guests: Jimmy Chambers, Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi, Pete Willsher (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Let´s fly away - Voyage (December 1993)

    • Guests: Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi, Pete Willsher (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • The Nearest hits album - Young & Moody (1995)

    • Members: Micky Moody, Bob Young + Ed Hamilton, Ray Minhinnet
    • Guests: Mo Foster, Jean Hawker, Albert Lee, Dave Markee, Graham Preskett, Frank Ricotti, Henry Spinetti, Terry Stannard, Claire Torry (RIP: Ron Aspery, Kay Garner, Lemmy, Cozy Powell)
    • Producer: Roger Glover, Stuart Taylor
  • Kidnap me - Loretta Stokes (February 1996)

    • Guests: Helen Chappelle, Jeff Crampton, John Davies, Mo Foster, David Horler, Paul Kegg, Katie Kissoon, John Mealing, Eddie Mordue, Peter Oxer, Anthony Pleeth, George Robertson, Godfrey Salmon, Liza Strike, Stan Sulzmann (RIP: Kay Garner, Tony Harris, Ray Warleigh, Derek Watkins)
    • Technical: Colin Green
  • Trippin´ the light fantastic - The London Starlight Dance Orchestra (April 1998)

    • Guests: Peter Beckett, Mark Berrow, Tony Burrows, Alan Carvell, Simon Gardner, Roger Garland, Greg Knowles, Henry Lowther, Eddie Mordue, Paul Morris, George Robertson, Steve Sidwell, Ray Swinfield (RIP: Kay Garner, Derek Healey, Don Lusher, Tommy Whittle)
  • Silver strings autumn leaves - The London Starlight Dance Orchestra (April 1998)

    • Guests: Levine Andrade, Roy Babbington, Madeline Bell, Mark Berrow, Tommy Blaize, Gordon Campbell, Nigel Carter, Lance Ellington, Roger Garland, Terry Jenkins, George Robertson, Ray Swinfield, Patrick White (RIP: Kay Garner, Derek Healey, Tommy Whittle)
  • Love is eggshaped - the soundtrack - Mark Wirtz Ear Theatre (April 2005)

    • Members: Mark Wirtz
    • Guests: Richard Bennett, Mick Groom, David Hungate, Les Hurdle, Alan Lindgren, Tony Rivers, Denny Seiwell, Billy Thomas (RIP: Kay Garner, Vicki Sue Robinson)
    • Technical: Mike Ross
  • Rosetta Hightower - Rosetta Hightower ( - )

    • Members: (RIP: Rosetta Hightower)
    • Guests: Martyn Ford, Liza Strike (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 4 bonus tracks from 1968.
  • Everlasting love (SINGLE) - Love Affair ( - )

  • Nero´s Detroit soul party - Paul Nero ( - )

    • Members: Klaus Doldinger
    • Guests: (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • 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) (12 credits)
  • Best of Voyage - Voyage (1989)

    • Members: Sylvia Mason-James
    • Guests: Jimmy Chambers, Marc Chantereau, Stephanie DeSykes, Slim Pezin, Georges Rodi, Pete Willsher (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Stephen W Tayler
  • Between thought and expression: the Lou Reed anthology - Lou Reed (April 1992)

    • Members: Rick Bell, Ellard Boles, Christine Faith, Marty Fogel, Michael Fonfara, Pentti Whitey Glan, Chuck Hammer, Stuart Heinrich, Angela Howard, Steve Hunter, Prakash John, Joanne Kamorin, Fred Maher, Eddie Martinez, Fernando Saunders, Michael Suchorsky, Bruce Yaw, Doug Yule (RIP: Lou Reed + Ray Colcord, Robert Quine, Dick Wagner, Peter Wood)
    • Guests: Randy Brecker, Jocelyn Brown, Clem Cattini, Rory Dodd, Aynsley Dunbar, Herbie Flowers, Peter Gabriel, John Halsey, Steve Howe, Paul Keogh, Bob Kulick, Tony Levin, Bob Ludwig, Sammy Merendino, Brian Odgers, Caleb Quaye, Genya Ravan, L Shankar, Eric Troyer, Klaus Voormann, Rick Wakeman, Steve Winwood (RIP: Michael Brecker, Jack Bruce, Jim Carroll, Don Cherry, Barry De Souza, Kay Garner, Mick Ronson, B J Wilson)
    • Producer: Bob Ezrin, Steve Katz (RIP: David Bowie)
    • Comments: 3CD boxset compilation with several unreleased tracks.
  • The Best of Croisette: landslide - Croisette (August 1995)

    • Guests: Helen Chappelle, Mo Foster, Sunny Leslie, Sylvia Mason-James, Chas Mills, Jackie Rawe, Liza Strike, Fiachra Trench, Peter Van Hooke, Hans Zimmer (RIP: Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Colin Green
  • The Best of Moonstone: the visitors - Moonstone (August 1995)

    • Guests: Helen Chappelle, Lance Ellington, Erica Harrold, Katie Kissoon, John Mealing, Jackie Rawe, Liza Strike, Fiachra Trench, Hans Zimmer (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • The Best of Saint Tropez: fill my life with love - Saint Tropez (October 1995)

    • Guests: Helen Chappelle, John Davies, Snake Davis, Gary Ferguson, Venette Gloud, Erica Harrold, Katie Kissoon, Myrna Matthews, John Mealing, Jackie Rawe, Miriam Stockley, Liza Strike, Fiachra Trench, Carmen Twillie, Mona Lisa Young (RIP: Vicki Brown, Kay Garner)
    • Technical: Colin Green
  • The Best of Susan Wells: nightmare - Susan Wells (October 1995)

    • Guests: Helen Chappelle, Cori Josias, Katie Kissoon, Dee Lewis, Shirley Lewis, Jackie Rawe, Liza Strike, Fiachra Trench, Hans Zimmer (RIP: Kay Garner)
  • No more sad refrains: the anthology - Sandy Denny (July 2000)

    • Members: John ´Rabbit´ Bundrick, Gerry Conway, Timi Donald, Pat Donaldson, Barry Dransfield, Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg, Dave Swarbrick (RIP: Sandy Denny + Trevor Lucas)
    • Guests: Simon Nicol + Jerry Donahue, Sue Glover, Ashley Hutchings, Sunny Leslie, Graham Lyle, Ian Matthews, Tony Reeves, Jess Roden, Jean Roussel, Linda Thompson, Claire Torry, Ian Whiteman, Steve Winwood (RIP: Kay Garner, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Martin Lamble, Royston Wood)
    • Producer: Joe Boyd, John Wood
    • Technical: Jerry Boys
  • Takes on the hits - Tracey Ullman (September 2002)

    • Guests: Margo Buchanan, B J Cole, Pandit Dinesh, Graham Edwards, Richard Edwards, Simon Edwards, Dan Hersch, Jakko M Jakszyk, Ruby James, Katie Kissoon, Shirley Lewis, Roger McKew, Charlie Morgan, Mark Nevin, Jo Partridge, Gavin Povey, Andy Richards, Don Snow, Miriam Stockley, Alison Thomas, Claire Torry, Geraint Watkins, Paul Westwood, Paul ´Wix´ Wickens, Chris Wyles, Joy Yates (RIP: Kay Garner, Kirsty MacColl)
    • Technical: John Burns
  • Flying in & out of stardom - Baker Gurvitz Army (August 2003)

  • Boogie woogie: the Warner Bros recordings - Long John Baldry (2005)

    • Members: Jimmy Horowitz (RIP: Long John Baldry + Ian Armit, Sam Mitchell, Micky Waller, Bob Weston)
    • Guests: Ray Cooper, Dave Glover, Davey Johnstone, Nigel Olsson, Caleb Quaye, Ron Wood + Madeline Bell, Maggie Bell, Rick Brown, Tony Burrows, Joyce Everson, Tony Hazzard, Ray Jackson, David Katz, James Litherland, John Porter, Alan Skidmore, Bill Smith, Barry St John, Terry Stannard, Liza Strike, Theodore Thunder, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Lesley Duncan, Roger Pope + Kay Garner, Doris Troy)
    • Producer: Bill Inglot, Elton John, Rod Stewart
    • Technical: Mike Bobak, Dan Hersch
    • Comments: Double CD, including two complete albums, It ain´t easy and Everything stops for tea, plus unreleased tracks.
  • Tell him - the Decca years - Billie Davis (2005)

  • Sandy Denny - Sandy Denny (November 2010)

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

QUESTIONS:

01. Was Kay Garner a member of Love And Kisses? Is so... Does she appear in the Thanks God It´s Friday soundtrack?

02. Does Kay Garner appear in Nigel Olsson´s Drum Orchestra And Chorus (1971)? I haven´t the album, so I can´t know.

03. Was Kay a member of Jackie Lee Singers?

04. Check if Kay appears in Andy Bown Gone to my head album.

05. Can someone tell me if Kay appears in more albums by Dusty Springfield, please?


RELATED WEBSITE LINKS: 10


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

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

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

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

Assorted links:

RELATED VIDEO LINKS: 4
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 Kay Garner, please, also write me with the link.
  • Elton John - Border Song (1970)
  • Elton John live at BBC in May 1970. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Madeline Bell, Paul Buckmaster, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Elton John, David Katz. Orchestra unknown to me.

  • Elton John - Take Me to The Pilot (1970)
  • Elton John live at BBC in May 1970. Fantastic! (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Madeline Bell, Paul Buckmaster, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, Elton John, David Katz. Orchestra unknown to me.

  • Simon Bell - Stop Her On Sight
  • Simon Bell live in 2005 with Madeline Bell and Kay Garner. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Madeline Bell, Simon Bell, Kay Garner.

  • Kay Garner - I Only Wanna Laugh (2007)
  • Kay Garner live in 2007. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Jonathan Cohen, Kay Garner.


THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Mick Greenwood: for detailed credits on his Midnight dreamer album (2000).

  • Special Thanks to:
  • Ken Mortimer: for suggesting Kay Garner for my site (2000).
  • Alex Gitlin: my friend, for info on credits and some scans (2000).
  • Arne Rasmussen: my friend, for giving me additional credits where Kay appears (2011).

  • Thanks to:
  • Marlin Dobbs: for also suggesting Kay Garner (2000).

  • RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Kay Garner mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Madeline Bell (26)
    Liza Strike (26)
    Sue Glover (25)
    Sunny Leslie (20)
    Lesley Duncan (19)
    Tony Burrows (17)
    Barry Morgan (15)
    Frank Ricotti (15)
    Claire Torry (15)
    Irene Chanter (13)
    Mo Foster (13)
    Stephanie DeSykes (12)
    Paul Keogh (12)
    Georges Rodi (12)
    Colin Green (11)

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