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  • 1976
  • Greaves remained with the band until March 1976, toured Europe extensively with them (with his wife Sarah doing the sound-mix at many of their concerts), and appeared on five of their albums (including two with Slapp Happy). (squidco.com)
  • He and drummer Ian Paice were the only constant band members during the band's existence from 1968 to 1976 and from when they reformed in 1984 until Lord's retirement from the band in 2002. (geni.com)
  • He and drummer Ian Paice were the only continuous presence in the band during the period from 1968 to 1976, and also from when it was reestablished in 1984 until Lord's retirement from Deep Purple in 2002. (wikipedia.org)
  • Reissue
  • 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)
  • 1978
  • In 1977 the band was signed to the Hansa/Ariola label and began work on a debut album, which received particular criticism from the UK music press on its release in 1978. (wikipedia.org)
  • Once the band signed to Island Records, they released three albums during 1977-1978. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, none of these etymologies gained widespread acceptance, and by 1978 Ives Goddard could write: "No such form is attested in any Indian language as a name for any Iroquoian group, and the ultimate origin and meaning of the name are unknown. (wikipedia.org)
  • By 1978 Ives Goddard could write: "No such form is attested in any Indian language as a name for any Iroquoian group, and the ultimate origin and meaning of the name are unknown. (hitchhikersgui.de)
  • 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)
  • In 1969, the Shulman brothers finally dissolved the group in order to escape the pop music environment that had frustrated them. (wikipedia.org)
  • They were looking for a bassist and after several months of persuading, Greaves joined the band in October 1969. (squidco.com)
  • drummer
  • 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)
  • In 1973, Foxx formed a band that would eventually be called Tiger Lily, composed of bassist Chris Allen and guitarist Stevie Shears, with Canadian drummer Warren Cann joining shortly afterwards, in early 1974. (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)
  • 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)
  • He was the original lead singer of the band Ultravox, before leaving to embark on a solo career (with Midge Ure eventually taking his place in Ultravox). (wikipedia.org)
  • Between 1960 and 1963, Lord and Ashton both moved on to Red Bludd's Bluesicians (also known as The Don Wilson Quartet), the latter of which featured the singer Arthur "Art" Wood , brother of guitarist Ronnie Wood . (wikipedia.org)
  • 1973
  • Leigh accepted Henry Cow's invitation to join the band in 1972, and he played on their first album Legend (1973). (wikipedia.org)
  • Prior to 1973, he was singing and playing a 12-string guitar and occasionally supported Stack Waddy in Manchester, from which he later moved to London in order to escape what he saw as a lack of musical stimulus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fred Frith
  • In bands such as Art Bears, Massacre, Skeleton Crew, Keep the Dog, Tense Serenity, the Fred Frith Guitar Quartet, Eye to Ear, and most recently Cosa Brava, he has always held true to his roots in rock and folk music, while exploring influences that range from the literary works of Eduardo Galeano to the art installations of Cornelia Parker. (squidco.com)
  • The band had been established the previous year by fellow Cambridge students Fred Frith and Tim Hodgkinson and had undergone numerous personnel changes up to that point. (squidco.com)
  • 1974
  • The band played their first gig at the Marquee club in August 1974, after which Billy Currie was recruited as violinist. (wikipedia.org)
  • initially
  • Although initially perceived as a "hyped" band, Japan went on to record five studio albums culminating in the groundbreaking Tin Drum which stayed in the UK Albums Chart for a year. (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)
  • experimental
  • 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)
  • album
  • The group parted company shortly after recording the album, for which there was no supporting tour. (wikipedia.org)
  • The next work by Jansen, Barbieri and Karn was as the rhythm section for British art-pop band No-Man, who recruited them for a 1992 UK tour and for recordings which later appeared on the Loveblows & Lovecries album and on the "Painting Paradise" and "Sweetheart Raw" EPs (one of these EP pieces, the 20-plus-minute "Heaven Taste", later appeared on the album of the same name). (wikipedia.org)
  • The band transitioned somewhat away from metal with their last album, The Incident, with leader Steven Wilson expressing a desire to enter a different genre. (wikipedia.org)
  • At Systems of Romance gigs, Foxx began to perform with the band three future solo songs, "He's a Liquid" and "Touch & Go" (later included on Metamatic, Foxx's first solo album) and "Walk Away" (included on The Garden album). (wikipedia.org)
  • New album from AJJ, the Phoenix, AZ band formerly known as Andrew Jackson Jihad. (booboorecords.com)
  • vocals
  • Both Ray and Phil also played trumpet and sang backing vocals for the group which, during its lifetime, briefly featured the future Elton John as pianist as well as recording a single with Dudley Moore as guest). (wikipedia.org)
  • time
  • The group disbanded the following year after Virgin Records turned them down (for purely financial reasons[citation needed]) - Hayward and Bullen went on to form This Heat, one of the most seminal and influential groups of the time. (wikipedia.org)
  • After juggling his time with the band and his studies, Greaves completed his Master of Arts degree in 1971. (squidco.com)
  • During the recording of Systems of Romance, a song of the same name was written, but the band had no time to record it. (wikipedia.org)
  • guitar
  • 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)
  • At the age of 12, he was given a bass guitar by his father, a Welsh dancehall bandleader, and within six months, he was playing in his father's orchestra. (squidco.com)
  • 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)
  • name
  • During this period Barbieri also made two other collaborative albums, one with his wife Suzanne J. Barbieri under the name Indigo Falls (1996), and one with Tim Bowness from the band No-Man titled Flame (1994). (wikipedia.org)
  • After several name-changes, including Fire of London, The Zips and The Damned, the band became Ultravox! (wikipedia.org)
  • label
  • This short-lived group recorded one single on the MCCB label, "Living in Rotterdam"/"Do the Residue", before splitting in late 1981. (wikipedia.org)