Member of Blackwood Apology, 1969.
Member of Python Lee Jackson, 1972; Medicine Head, 1973.
Member of the Esperanto Rock Orchestra, 1975.
Member of the Happenings, 1966-68.
Member of Crass, 1979.
Member of Esperanto, 1975.
Jerry Fletcher - piano, vocals; Jan Camp Garrett - guitar, mandolin, piano, vocals;
Vic Garrett - bass, guitar, vocals; Larry Gottlieb - bass, pedal steel guitar;
Kent Lewis - fiddle, guitar, vocals; Dan Wheelman - fiddle, guitar, vocals.
Member of Bongwater, 1991; The Klezmatics, 1992.
Bass, flute, vocals.
Member of Bonaroo, 1975; In Transit, 1980.
Session for Seals and Crofts, 1971, 1973.
Member of the Mothers of Invention, 1971.
Member of ABC, 1981-84.
Member of The Blazing Apostles, 1986.
Member of Fischer-Z, 1979.
Member of Tubeway Army, 1979.
Member of Third World War, 1971.
Session for Jan and Dean, 1963.
Member of Rio Nido, 1978.
Member of Nervous Germans, 1980.
Member of Can, 1975.
Member of Macabre; Pentagram.
Member of Ten Wheel Drive, 1970.
Frank Cortese - drums; Pete McCarthy - guitar; Andy Michaud - vocals; Tony Truglio -
guitar; Matt Vinci - bass.
Member of Taxi, 1970.
Member of the Blues Magoos, 1966-70.
Nigel Fletcher - drums; Stephen Johnson - bass; Robert Woodward - piano, vocals.
Coventry-based band which grew out of Stavely Makepiece. Hit the top of the U.K.
charts with 'Mouldy Old Dough' in 1972, a novelty record recorded in Woodward's
front room and actually featuring his mother, Hilda, on piano. Just managed to hit
the Top 20 with their follow-up but then went into instant decline. Kept going on the
pub and cabaret circuit until falling apart in 1977.
Roger Cotton - guitar, keyboards, vocals; Ian Gibbons - flute, keyboards, vocals;
Paul Thorpe - drums, vocals; Richard Thorpe - bass, vocals.
Released one album, 'A Life After Death', in 1974 produced by ex-Zombie, Chris White.
Session for Taj Mahal, 1976.
Member of Rush.
Jack Bruce - bass, vocals; John McLaughlin - guitar; Alan Pasqua - keyboards; Tony
Williams - drums.
Member of Trees, 1972.
Member of Jeff Beck Group, 1971; Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, 1972; Santana.
Neil Anderson - drums, guitar; Andrew - guitar; Patti Owen - keyboards, vocals; Gina
Sobers - bass, keyboards; Donna Sullivan - bass, keyboards.