Fiddle, mandolin, vocals.
Member of the Flying Burrito Brothers, 1971; Country Gazette, 1973; Sundance, 1976.
Sessions for the Rolling Stones, 1970; Navasota, 1972; Bob Dylan, 1973; Bill Wyman,
1974; Jonathan Edwards, 1976.
Session for Eumir Deodato.
Member of the Stampeders, 1973-.
Member of Duane Eddy's Rebels, 1961.
Member of Portion Control, 1984.
Member of John Fred and the Playboy Band.
Member of Heist, 1986.
Session for Barry Goldberg, 1974.
Session for Eric Clapton, 1974; Barry Goldberg, 1974.
Member of Jigsaw, 1977.
Member of Jeremy And The Satyrs, 1967-68.
Session for Terry Reid, 1976.
Member of Larry Raspberry and the High-steppers, 1975.
Member of Hi-Fi, 1979.
Member of R.E.M.
BERRY, CHARLES EDWARD "CHUCK".
Guitar, vocals, writer.
Member of Dead Car Drive, 1988.
Vocals, writer, producer.
Half of surf sound duo, Jan and Dean, 1958-63.
BERRY, MARK "BEZ".
Member of the Happy Mondays.
Session for Chuck Berry, l96l.
Member of The Rose Of Avalanche, 1985-86.
Member of Volunteers, 1976.
Member of the Surfaris, 1963-65.
Member of Wizz Jones, 1971.
Member of Sonic Youth.
Member of Peter And The Wolves; Contortions; Bush Tetra; Bloods.
Member of Max Merritt And The Meteors, 1972.
Member of The Lucys, 1981.
Member of HDQ, 1988-89.
Member of Wild Oats, 1977.
Member of Pussy Galore, 1990.
Session for Leon Russell,1974.
Member of Jellybread, 1969-72.
Session for B.B. King, 1971.
Original drummer of the Silver Beatles, replaced by Ringo Starr in 1961.
Member of The Flowers, 1979.
Member of The Trojans, 1987.
George Csapo - keyboards, violin, vocals; Pete Dowling - drums; Nick Michaels -
guitar; Everton Williams - bass, vocals.
Guitar, vocals, piano. Member of Pezband, 1977.
Guitar, slide guitar, vocals, writer.
Sessions for Elvin Bishop Band, 1974; Charlie Daniels Band, 1974; Bobby Whitlock,
1975; Marshall Tucker Band, 1976.
Albums: Highway Call, 1975; Dickey Betts and Great Southern, 1977.
Born 24th November 1944 in Birmingham, England.
Member of the Move; Electric Light Orchestra, 1973-.
Member of the Mackenzies, 1986.
Member of The Web, 1970.
Guitar, percussion, vocals.
Member of Les Tetes Brulees, 1990.
Member of Canned Heat, 1973.
Session for Henry Gross, 1973.
Dave Ellingham - saxophone; Boo Hewerdine - guitar, vocals; Dave Larcombe - drums;
Neill MacColl - bass, guitar; Constance Redgrave - bass; Tony Shepherd - keyboards,
Member of Stories, 1972-73.
Session for Roy Buchanan, 1976.
Member of Colenso parade, 1985; House Of Love, 1988-89; Levitation, 1991.
Member of The Davincis, 1987.
Member of Survivor, 1978-84.
Member of The June Brides, 1985.
Member of The Monochrome Set, 1979-83.
Member of The Monitors, 1979.
Member of The Passions, 1979-80.
Member of Chicken Shack, 1968-71; Savoy Brown, 1971-72, 75.
Bass, vocals. Hember of Heartsfield, 1973-75.
Member of Lionheart, 1985.
Member of Metal Messiah, 1988.
Member of Paul Butterfield's Blues Band, 1971.
BIG BLACK (band).
Steve Albini - guitar, vocals; Santiago Durango - guitar; David Riley - bass.
BIG BOPPER, THE.
Real name J.P. Richardson.
Disc-jockey from Beaumont Texas who also wrote and recorded "Chantilly Lace", the
third biggest selling hit of 1958.
Died in a plane crash with Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens, February 3, 1959.
BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING COMPANY.
Peter Albin - bass, vocals; Sam Andrew - guitar, vocals; David Getz - drums,
vocals; James Gurley - guitar, vocals; Janis Joplin - vocals.
Albums: Big Brother and the Holding Company, 1968; Cheap Thrills, 1968; Be a
Brother; How Hard It Is.
Mark Dancey - guitar; Mike danner - drums; Phil Durr - guitar; Barry Henssler -
vocals; Matt O'Brien - bass.
Andy Bassett - guitar, keyboards; John Granger - guitar; Roy McLoud - bass; Stuart
Wright - drums.
Stuart Adamson - guitar, vocals; Mark Brzezicki - drums; Tony Butler - bass, vocals;
Bruce Watson - guitar, vocals; Pat Ahern - drums, 1991-92.
Fresh from the break up of The Skids, Adamson teamed up with Watson and recruited a
rhythm section. Their sound owed much to Scottish bagpipe music but enabled them to
play a wide variety of styles from folk-rock to heavy metal without losing a cohesive
style and anthemic quality.
Brzezicki's departure in 1991 coincided with a split from their label. By 1993,
however, he had re-joined and the band had signed a new deal and released a comeback
BIG DISH, THE.
Keith Burns - bass; Raymond Docherty - drums; John Harper - keyboards; Steven Lindsay
- guitar, vocals; Mark Ryce - guitar.
Alan Brown - bass, vocals; Dil Green - drums; Gregory Keeffe - guitar.
Member of Dexy's Midnight Runners, 1981-82; General Public, 1984.
BILLION DOLLAR BABIES.
Michael Bruce - vocals, guitar; Bob Dolin - keyboards, vocals; Dennis Dunaway -
bass, vocals; Mike Marconi - vocals, guitar; Neal Smith - drums, vocals.
Bruce, Dunaway and Smith were all members of Alice Cooper's band who decided to
branch out on their own, even stealing their name from one of Alice's albums.
Album: Battle Ax, 1977.
Member of Kalapanna.
Member of Diblo Dibala, 1992.
Member of The Piranhas, 1979-80.
Member of Wilko Johnson's band, 1980.
Member of Snowblind, 1985.
Sessions for Matthew Fisher, 1974; Ronnie Lane, 1975.
BINKLEY III, GEORGE.
Session for Waylon Jennings, 1973, 1975.
Member of Rote Kapelle, 1986.
Member of Poppy Factory, 1991.
Member of The Rudies, 1970.
Member of Steppenwolf, 1971-77.
Session for John Kay, 1973.