Links

Links to information about friends, alive and sadly deceased, from my days in music

Quiet Sun

Charles Hayward

Drummer extraordinaire

His official Facebook page and his Wikipedia entry

Phil Manzanera

Psychedelic Guitar God

His official web site

Matching Mole

Robert Wyatt

Drummer, singer, composer, lyricist. A profound influence.

A web site devoted to his work and his Wikipedia entry

 

Phil Miller

A truly original voice

A site devoted to his musical legacy, and his Wikipedia page

Dave MacRae

Simply the best

A link to his and his wife Joy’s web site down under

Dave Sinclair

The sound of Caravan and early Mole

His official site and his Wikipedia page

801 Live

Brian Eno

The Refreshing Experience or simply Brain One

A web site about his life and work

Lloyd Watson

The slide guitar man. Greatly missed

His official site and his Facebook page

Francis Monkman

A brilliant technician, a lover of Chinese food… and chess

An extended interview with the recently departed keyboard ace

Simon Phillips

Simply one of the best drummers in the world

His official web site

801 1977

Simon Ainley

Singer/guitarist on Listen Now, K-Scope and the 1977 Tour

His Facebook page

Paul Thompson

TGPT: The Great Paul Thompson

His Wikipedia page

Dave Skinner

Keyboards/vocals on the 1977 Tour and a Roxy Music alumni

His official web site

Andy Mackay

Sax God and Guest Artiste on the 1977 Tour

Andy’s official page

Random Hold

David Rhodes

Guitarist, singer, composer – and Peter Gabriel’s right-hand man

The Official Rhodes web site. Needs updating David!

David Ferguson

The sound of Random Hold and of numerous soundtracks

An interview with the late composer and musicians’ rights activist

Pete Phipps

The thunder of the Glitter Band and more. A decent tennis player to boot

Pete’s very own web page

And more...

Hugh Hopper

Ground breaking bass player and composer. Gone too soon

The web page devoted to his life and work

 

Gary Windo

The Joy of Sax. A too short life lived large

Pam Windo’s web site and her page about Gary

Calyx Canterbury

Aymeric Leroy’s compendious Canterbury-based resource