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Band and Gypsies
Jimi Hendrix died in London in September 1970, shortly after recording Band of Gypsies ( 1970 ), Janis Joplin died of a heroin overdose in October 1970 and they were closely followed by Jim Morrison of the Doors, who died in Paris in July 1971.
They initially approached drummer Mitch Mitchell, who was at a loose end following the breakup of The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Hendrix's departure to The Band of Gypsies.
* Band of Gypsies ( Crammed Discs, 2001 )
His first professional gig after leaving Boston was with ex-Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsies drummer Buddy Miles.
Album cover of Jimi Hendrix's Band of Gypsies, available under fair use doctrine.
The band is known for having its songs remixed by a wide variety of dance music producers, including Leftfield, Band of Gypsies, Carl Cox, Push, Rollo Armstrong from Faithless, Red Jerry, Matt Darey, Slam, X-Press 2, Trouser Enthusiasts, Robbie Rivera, Jimmy Gomez, K-Klass, Armand Van Helden, and Fire Island ( Pete Heller and Terry Farley ) among others.
* Taraf de Haïdouks: Band of Gypsies
* Taraf de Haïdouks & Kočani Orkestar: Band of Gypsies 2

Band and bassist
Band members were rapper Rudeboy Remmington ( Patrick Tilon ), guitarist Tres Manos ( René van Barneveld ), bassist Sil ( Silvano Matadin ), drummer Magic Stick ( Michel Schoots ) and DJ DNA ( DoNotAsk ) ( Arjen de Vreede ).
* 1999 – Rick Danko, Canadian bassist and singer ( The Band ) ( b. 1942 )
* 1950 – Tom Robinson, English singer-songwriter and bassist ( Sector 27 and Tom Robinson Band )
* 1926 – Jimmy Woode, American bassist ( Kenny Clarke / Francy Boland Big Band ) ( d. 2005 )
The Magic Band began recordings for Trout Mask Replica with bassist Gary ' Magic ' Marker at T. T. G.
Originally called Scratch Band, this ministry-based quartet formed in the late 1970s in Sacramento, California, by Roe, keyboardist / guitarist Mark Tootle, bassist Jan Eric Volz, and drummer Mark Proctor.
Comprising Keaggy, guitarist Lynn Nichols, keyboardist Phil Madeira, bassist Dan Cunningham and drummer Terry Andersen, the Phil Keaggy Band released their lone album in 1977, Emerging.
Also in 1989, Keaggy hit the road with Stonehill for a tour by The Keaggy / Stonehill Band, which included Swirling Eddie drummer David Raven and Daniel Amos bassist Tim Chandler.
" Comprising the rest of the group were Phil Madeira, the former keyboardist of the 1977 Phil Keaggy Band, bassist Rick Cua, and guitarist Jimmy Abegg.
The two would frequently tour together over the years, even forming The Keaggy / Stonehill Band in 1989 with Daniel Amos bassist Tim Chandler and Swirling Eddie's David Raven on drums.
Soon after, Rollins formed Rollins Band with Haskett, bassist Andrew Weiss, and drummer Sim Cain ( Weiss and Cain had previously played with Gone, an instrumental rock group led by guitarist and Black Flag founder Greg Ginn ).
The group survived that and the death of bassist Oakley in another motorcycle accident a year later ; with replacement members Chuck Leavell and Lamar Williams, the Allman Brothers Band achieved its peak commercial success in 1973 with the album Brothers and Sisters and the hit single " Ramblin ' Man ".
* April 28 – Tommy Caldwell ( 30 ), bassist of Marshall Tucker Band ( car accident )
By way of compensation, Shiels gave him a bass guitar he had bought from former musician Robert Ballagh for £ 49 in 1967 while with the Uptown Band, he taught Lynott to play bass, and after a stint with ' Orphanage ' Lynott went on to international fame as founder, bassist and vocalist for Thin Lizzy.
The Mayall lineup retained Mick Taylor and added drummer Colin Allen ( formerly of Zoot Money's Big Roll Band / Dantalian's Chariot, and Georgie Fame ) and a young bassist named Stephen Thompson.
Popper met bassist Bobby Sheehan and the two became good friends, with Sheehan becoming the new bass player for Blues Band in 1987.
Shortly afterwards, Fairport bassist, Ashley Hutchings, formed Steeleye Span with traditionalist folk musicians who wished to incorporate overt rock elements into their music and this, in turn, spawned a number of other variants, including the overtly English folk rock of The Albion Band ( also featuring Hutchings ) and the more prolific current of Celtic rock.
In 2009, Colley and Deupree began regularly performing Morphine songs and new material as Members of Morphine ( alternately, the Ever-Expanding Elastic Waste Band ), with singer, bassist and guitarist Jeremy Lyons of New Orleans.
That lineup included bassist Chris Glen who went on to play with " The Sensational Alex Harvey Band " and Jim Lacey on lead guitar who later went on to join The Alan Bown !.
Stretchin ' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band is the first album by American funk and soul band Bootsy's Rubber Band, an offshoot act of Parliament-Funkadelic led by bassist and vocalist William " Bootsy " Collins.
The album was a success and Withers began touring with a band assembled from members of The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band: drummer James Gadson, guitarist Benorce Blackmon, keyboardist Ray Jackson, and bassist Melvin Dunlap.
In 1985 Chick Corea formed a new fusion band called the Chick Corea Elektric Band, featuring young musicians such as drummer Dave Weckl and bassist John Patitucci, as well as guitarist Frank Gambale and saxophonist Eric Marienthal.
Band members Kevin Sherry and Jamie Houston from Attic Lights, Dananananaykroyd guitarist David Roy, former Primal Scream drummer Gavin Skinner, poet and novelist Professor Jackie Kay, musicians Paul Buchanan and Paul Joseph Moore from The Blue Nile and bassist Jack Bruce of seminal 60's supergroup Cream also hail from the area.
While working with the Band of Gypsys from late 1969 until early 1970, Mitchell also collaborated with the Jack Bruce and Friends band along with ex-Cream bassist / vocalist Jack Bruce, keyboardist Mike Mandel and jazz-fusion guitarist and future The Eleventh House frontman Larry Coryell.

Band and Billy
As a dance music artist, Ono has worked with re-mixers / producers such as Basement Jaxx, Pet Shop Boys, Cat Power, Bill Kates, Tricky, Thurston Moore, Keiji Haino, Nick Vernier Band, Cibo Matto, Billy Martin, DJ Spooky, Apples In Stereo, Damien Price, The Flaming Lips, DJ Chernobyl, Bimbo Jones, DJ Dan, Craig Armstrong, Jorge Artajo, Shuji Nabara, and Konrad Behr, among others.
" Margie " has been recorded by Louis Armstrong, who also covered the band's " Tiger Rag ", Ray Charles, Al Jolson, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra in 1935, the Billy Kyle Swing Club Band, Claude Hopkins, Red Nichols, Django Reinhardt, George Paxton, the Dutch Swing College Band, Fats Domino, Sidney Bechet, Don Redman, Cab Calloway, Jim Reeves, Gene Krupa, and Benny Goodman.
Over the years many celebrities and performers made guest appearances on the show including John Farnham, Graham Kennedy, Nicole Kidman, Dame Edna Everage, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Phyllis Diller, Debbie Reynolds, Kylie Minogue, Johnny O ' Keefe, Peter Allen, Lovelace Watkins, Normie Rowe, Russell Morris, Billy Thorpe, Demis Roussos, Jason Donovan, John Paul Young, Kamahl, Renee Geyer, Denise Drysdale, John Williamson, Ian ' Molly ' Meldrum and Denis Walter, and bands including Sherbet, The Mixtures, The Four Kinsmen, Little River Band, The Reels and even The Wombles!
* " Alexander's Ragtime Band " performed by Billy Murray ( Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project )
* Here Comes the Band ( 1935 ) as Billy Lowry
Basie credits Billy Eckstine, a top male vocalist of the time, for prompting his return to Big Band.
In 1993, Mullins assembled a group of Nashville musicians ( including Jimmy Abegg, Beaker, Billy Crockett, Phil Madeira, Rick Elias, and Aaron Smith ) to form A Ragamuffin Band, whose name was inspired by the Christian book The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning.
He also wrote comedy songs for the Sunday lunchtime BBC radio programme The Billy Cotton Band Show.
" A diverse group of other successful artists also recorded Sam & Dave covers including: Aretha Franklin, Elvis Costello, Peter Frampton, The Temptations, Bonnie Raitt, Jackie Wilson, The Eurythmics, Rory Gallagher, Tom Jones, The Band, Martha Reeves & the Vandellas, Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle & Travis Tritt, Bryan Ferry, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr., The Hollies, Paul Butterfield, Taj Majal, Guy Sebastian, and Eric Clapton & B. B.
During a break in activity halfway through the recording of Black Market, Johnson opted to leave Weather Report in order to play with the Billy Cobham / George Duke Band ( which featured a young John Scofield on guitar ).
This failed to materialise, outside of all four Ladders ( plus Billy Preston ) performing on the Ringo Starr track " I'm the Greatest ", although Voormann did play on albums by Lennon, Harrison and Starr, and was for a time a member of the Plastic Ono Band.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles, presents a group persona, including the character Billy Shears " played by " drummer Ringo Starr.
However, it has been the Artie Shaw version of 1941, with memorable solos by Billy Butterfield ( trumpet ) and Jack Jenney ( trombone ) that remains the favorite orchestral version of the Big Band era.
The remainder of the concert featured " George's Band " and included the surviving members of The Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as musicians Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Billy Preston, Jools Holland, Albert Lee, Sam Brown, Gary Brooker, Joe Brown, Ray Cooper, Andy Fairweather-Low, Marc Mann, Klaus Voormann, Harrison's son Dhani and several other musicians who appeared on Harrison's recordings over the years.
On May 15, 1915, Tom Brown's Band from Dixieland opened up at Lamb's Cafe at Clark & Randolph Streets in Chicago, with Ray Lopez, cornet and manager ; Tom Brown, trombone and leader ; Gussie Mueller clarinet, Arnold Loyacano piano and string bass ; and Billy Lambert on drums.
He joined the Billy Cobham / George Duke Band soon after and spent two years playing, recording and touring with them.
Various other guitarists such as Frank Zappa, Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top, Brian May from Queen, Duane Allman from The Allman Brothers Band, Larry Carlton ( Kid Charlemagne 1976 ), and Leslie West from Mountain were using the two-handed tapping technique in the early and mid 1970s as well.
After the war, he started his successful Sunday lunchtime radio show on BBC, the Billy Cotton Band Show, which ran from 1949 to 1968.
Category: Billy Cotton Band Show
Rodgers acknowledged the influence of Jimi Hendrix by collaborating with Steve Vai, Hendrix's Band Of Gypsys ( Buddy Miles and Billy Cox ) and the London Metropolitan Orchestra and recorded the track " Bold As Love ", on the Hendrix tribute album In From The Storm.
Mehta's name is mentioned in the song " Billy the Mountain " on the 1972 album Just Another Band from L. A. by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention.
Leaders included The Pogues, The Men They Couldn't Hang, Oyster Band and Billy Bragg.
The focus of the movement has been on " outlaws ", such as Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings ( for reference, Waylon Jennings despised the term " Outlaw "), Merle Haggard, David Allan Coe and his Eli Radish Band, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Leon Russell, Hank Williams Jr., Townes Van Zandt and Billy Joe Shaver.
In 1998, maverick record executive Rick Smith, of Fort Worth, launched the " Live at Billy Bob's Texas " series of recordings, which have featured legends such as Willie Nelson, Asleep at the Wheel, Merle Haggard, David Allan Coe and popular Texas Country artists like Pat Green, Jack Ingram, Cory Morrow, Cross Canadian Ragweed ( Oklahoma ), Jason Boland & the Stragglers, Cooder Graw, the Randy Rogers Band and Kevin Fowler.

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