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  • 1982
  • After leaving the Black Sheep in 1982, Leigh formed several bands which owed more to world music than any of his previous work, the most long-standing being Random Bob, featuring Colin McClure, Henk Weltevreden, and percussionist Asad Oberoi, later replaced by drummer/percussionist Coen Aalberts. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1969
  • In 1969 he joined Gerry Fitzgerald's band Mouseproof, which introduced Leigh to the budding Canterbury scene and musicians like Daevid Allen, Kevin Ayers and Robert Wyatt. (wikipedia.org)
  • singer
  • As lead singer and frontman, Derek Shulman took on the 'Simon Dupree' pseudonym while Phil played saxophone and trumpet, and youngest brother Ray played guitar and violin. (wikipedia.org)
  • This compounded their identity crisis as the single was subsequently caught up in a rumour that The Moles were, in fact, The Beatles recording under a different name and with Ringo Starr as lead singer. (wikipedia.org)
  • After starting his musical career back in 1968, the Nigerian artist, drummer, singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Steve Black released his fantastic and unique Afro-funk album Village Boogie in 1979. (booboorecords.com)
  • drums
  • Red Balune grew over the next few years and attracted a number of musicians, including Colin McClure (bass), Robin Musgrove (drums), Henk Weltevreden (keyboards), Aloijsius van Saus (industrial sounds and performance), and Anne-Marie Roeloffs (trombone). (wikipedia.org)
  • All We Are is a global gathering made up of Ireland's Richard O'Flynn (drums, vocals), Norway's Guro Gikling (bass, vocals) and Brazil's Luis Santos (guitar, vocals). (booboorecords.com)
  • members
  • In April 1978 the band relocated to the Netherlands, recording the EP Maximum Penalty in early 1979, which featured guest appearances by ex-Henry Cow members Fred Frith (guitar, violin), Tim Hodgkinson (keyboards, alto saxophone, clarinet), Chris Cutler (piano scrapes and general burning ideas), and Aksak Maboul founder Marc Hollander (bass clarinet). (wikipedia.org)
  • The band were known for the complexity and sophistication of its music and for the varied musical skills of its members. (wikipedia.org)
  • All of the band members, except Malcolm Mortimore, were multi-instrumentalists. (wikipedia.org)
  • originally
  • Phil - originally acting as a manager figure in order to look after his much younger brothers - eventually became a band member himself. (wikipedia.org)
  • The first disc is a remastered version of the 1990 Virgin CD reissue of Correlations , recorded and mixed at Panne-Paulsen Studio, Frankfurt, in 1978 by Mick Glossop and originally released by Virgin in 1979. (booboorecords.com)
  • musical
  • After only a few months, musical differences led to Monck and Fitgerald leaving, to be replaced by Charles Bullen (guitar), and Alan Möller (bass). (wikipedia.org)
  • Ray Shulman on the musical upbringing of the Shulman brothers By 1966, the Shulmans' band - initially called The Howling Wolves, then The Road Runners - had taken on the name of Simon Dupree and the Big Sound and was pursuing more of a soul/pop direction. (wikipedia.org)
  • release
  • By then Leigh was spending more time in Brussels, playing with experimental bands Aksak Maboul and Univers Zéro, and after the release of his solo EP Chemical Bank in 1979, played solo performances for almost eighteen months, mainly in Belgium and France. (wikipedia.org)
  • English
  • He was a member of the English avant-rock group Henry Cow and founded several bands himself, including Red Balune, Random Bob, Black Sheep, Mirage, and Ex-Wise Heads. (wikipedia.org)
  • progressive rock
  • Lord also stated that he was heavily influenced by the organ-based progressive rock played by Vanilla Fudge after seeing that band perform in Great Britain in 1967, and earlier by the personal direction he received from British organ pioneer Graham Bond . (wikipedia.org)
  • Lord also stated that he was heavily influenced by the organ-based progressive rock played by Vanilla Fudge after seeing that band perform in the UK in 1967. (geni.com)
  • 1982
  • After leaving the Black Sheep in 1982, Leigh formed several bands which owed more to world music than any of his previous work, the most long-standing being Random Bob, featuring Colin McClure, Henk Weltevreden, and percussionist Asad Oberoi, later replaced by drummer/percussionist Coen Aalberts. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1969
  • In 1969 he joined Gerry Fitzgerald's band Mouseproof, which introduced Leigh to the budding Canterbury scene and musicians like Daevid Allen, Kevin Ayers and Robert Wyatt. (wikipedia.org)
  • singer
  • After starting his musical career back in 1968, the Nigerian artist, drummer, singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Steve Black released his fantastic and unique Afro-funk album Village Boogie in 1979. (booboorecords.com)
  • As lead singer and frontman, Derek Shulman took on the 'Simon Dupree' pseudonym while Phil played saxophone and trumpet, and youngest brother Ray played guitar and violin. (wikipedia.org)
  • This compounded their identity crisis as the single was subsequently caught up in a rumour that The Moles were, in fact, The Beatles recording under a different name and with Ringo Starr as lead singer. (wikipedia.org)
  • drums
  • All We Are is a global gathering made up of Ireland's Richard O'Flynn (drums, vocals), Norway's Guro Gikling (bass, vocals) and Brazil's Luis Santos (guitar, vocals). (booboorecords.com)
  • Red Balune grew over the next few years and attracted a number of musicians, including Colin McClure (bass), Robin Musgrove (drums), Henk Weltevreden (keyboards), Aloijsius van Saus (industrial sounds and performance), and Anne-Marie Roeloffs (trombone). (wikipedia.org)
  • members
  • In April 1978 the band relocated to the Netherlands, recording the EP Maximum Penalty in early 1979, which featured guest appearances by ex-Henry Cow members Fred Frith (guitar, violin), Tim Hodgkinson (keyboards, alto saxophone, clarinet), Chris Cutler (piano scrapes and general burning ideas), and Aksak Maboul founder Marc Hollander (bass clarinet). (wikipedia.org)
  • The band were known for the complexity and sophistication of its music and for the varied musical skills of its members. (wikipedia.org)
  • All of the band members, except Malcolm Mortimore, were multi-instrumentalists. (wikipedia.org)
  • originally
  • The first disc is a remastered version of the 1990 Virgin CD reissue of Correlations , recorded and mixed at Panne-Paulsen Studio, Frankfurt, in 1978 by Mick Glossop and originally released by Virgin in 1979. (booboorecords.com)
  • Phil - originally acting as a manager figure in order to look after his much younger brothers - eventually became a band member himself. (wikipedia.org)
  • musical
  • After only a few months, musical differences led to Monck and Fitgerald leaving, to be replaced by Charles Bullen (guitar), and Alan Möller (bass). (wikipedia.org)
  • Ray Shulman on the musical upbringing of the Shulman brothers By 1966, the Shulmans' band - initially called The Howling Wolves, then The Road Runners - had taken on the name of Simon Dupree and the Big Sound and was pursuing more of a soul/pop direction. (wikipedia.org)
  • release
  • By then Leigh was spending more time in Brussels, playing with experimental bands Aksak Maboul and Univers Zéro, and after the release of his solo EP Chemical Bank in 1979, played solo performances for almost eighteen months, mainly in Belgium and France. (wikipedia.org)
  • English
  • He was a member of the English avant-rock group Henry Cow and founded several bands himself, including Red Balune, Random Bob, Black Sheep, Mirage, and Ex-Wise Heads. (wikipedia.org)
  • progressive rock
  • Lord also stated that he was heavily influenced by the organ-based progressive rock played by Vanilla Fudge after seeing that band perform in the UK in 1967. (geni.com)
  • Lord also stated that he was heavily influenced by the organ-based progressive rock played by Vanilla Fudge after seeing that band perform in Great Britain in 1967, and earlier by the personal direction he received from British organ pioneer Graham Bond . (wikipedia.org)