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Aynsley Dunbar

Aynsley Thomas Dunbar (born 10 January 1946) is an English drummer. He has worked with some of the top names in rock, including Nils Lofgren, Eric Burdon, John Mayall, Frank Zappa, Ian Hunter, Lou Reed, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, David Bowie, Whitesnake, Sammy Hagar, Michael Schenker, UFO and Journey.

Rod Stewart Pat Benatar John Mayall Donald Fagen Gregg Rolie Ross Valory Ron Wood Peter Green Jefferson Starship Steve Perry Neal Schon Eric Clapton John McVie Michael Schenker Jim Croce Steve Smith Ronnie Hawkins Jack Bruce


Journey, you miss Steve Smith, Ross Valory and Aynsley Dunbar speeches and also 1song of 3, Separate Ways.
Too bad they cut 1 song out (Separate Ways), also no speeches from Ross, Steve Smith, Aynsley Dunbar.…
Lights at with my Former Hubby Aynsley Dunbar on Drums.
at RRHOF 17 NYC while seeing my ex Aynsley Dunbar get inducted with
Great to see Gregg Rolie and Aynsley Dunbar join Journey for a song last night. Steve Perry? You should have. A missed opportunity for fans.
"Cobwebs" track from "Remains to Be Heard" album by The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation
YEAH BUT DID YOU KNOW... "Warning" is an original song by . AYNSLEY DUNBAR RETALIATION. 1967. 🔺
The Jeff Beck Group debuted at Finsbury Park, London, featuring Ron Wood, Aynsley Dunbar, and Rod Stewart today in 1967.
I like that stuff! Some of it sounds like aynsley Dunbar on drums
'Letter To Britannia From The Union Jack': for its apposite lyric and hypnotic Aynsley Dunbar/Jaco Pastorius rhythm.
A song written by Aynsley Dunbar of John Mayall's Blues Breakers, Zappa's Mothers of Invention, Journey and...
Original 1st printing 20 x 29&1/8" concert/event poster for the 7th National Jazz & Blues Festival, held at the Royal Windsor Racecourse, near London, England from 8/11-13/1967. Designer unknown, poster lists appearances by a who's who of British (and some international) talent, including Cream, the Small Faces, the Move, Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck (with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood), Donovan, Zoot Sims & Al Cohn, Yusel Lateef, Paul Jones, the Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Aynsley Dunbar, Zoot Money, John Mayall (with *** Taylor), P.P. Arnold, Alan Bown, Denny Laine, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (debut performance), Pentangle (with Bert Jansch) and MANY more. Medium-thin flat vellum stock "fly posting" poster is in near mint to excellent (A-/B+ to B+) condition; aside from a few light handling dings/thin stress creases here and there, a couple of tiny corner bends and a hint of edge wear (a few very tiny nicks/edge tears), this example has been remarkably preserved in as close to clean condition as possible... a ...
1956 - Elvis Presley’s RCA debut, "Heartbreak Hotel," enters the Top 100. It starts at but eventually goes to 1966- Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Richie Furay form Buffalo Springfield in L.A. The legendary group is recording a year later. 1967 - The Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart (vocals) and Ron Wood (bass), make their debut in London. Aynsley Dunbar is on drums but he is soon replaced by Mickey Waller. 1971- Elton John makes his first major London appearance at the Royal Albert Hall. He’s backed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. 1973 - David Michael Draiman, songwriter/lead singer for Disturbed, has a birthday. 1978 - Van Halen launch their debut U.S. tour demanding that M&Ms be available backstage with the brown ones taken out. Probably for health reasons. It starts in Chicago. 1983 - An Oakland *** s Angel testifies before the U.S. Senate that the motorcycle gang has a grudge against the Rolling Stones’ *** Jagger stemming from ‘69’s tragic Altamont concert. Apparently, there were .. ...
The weekend Rock n' Roll birthday list is headlined by Rod Stewart, drummer Aynsley Dunbar who has played in virtually every band on the planet, Donald Fagen of Steely Dan, Pat Benatar, Michael Schenker, Tony Kaye who has played with Yes, Badfinger and David Bowie, the late Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band, and Matt Roberts of 3 Doors Down. Happy Birthday everyone
On this day in music history...1958, Jerry Lee Lewis was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Great Balls of Fire'. Lewis was the only major white rock 'n' roll star to play piano rather than guitar. 1969, George Harrison quit the Beatles (but he returned less than two weeks later.) 1976, Blues artist Howlin Wolf, (Chester Burnett), died in hospital of cancer aged 66. The guitarist, singer and harmonica player's well known songs included 'Smoke Stack Lightning', 'Little Red Rooster' and 'Spoonful.' Born this day, Frank Sinatra, Jim Croce, Martin Turner, Rod Stewart, Aynsley Dunbar, Donald Fagen, Michael Schenker, Mike Stern,
Friday. Rock n roll birthdays today include Rod Stewart (69), Johnnie Ray, Donald Fagen, Pat Benatar & Aynsley Dunbar. Got some 78's here by J.Ray, several of Rod's LP's on vinyl, 12" singles by Pat B and a CD re-issue of two old albums by Aynsley Dunbar's Retaliation. All the above for sale over the counter (and in some cases, online too.) Roll up!!
A big Happy Birthday to Drummer Aynsley Dunbar, who has played with Journey. Born on this day in 1946
Today in Rock January Tenth Featured Artist George Harrison George Harrison A frustrated George Harrison quits The Beatles. John Lennon suggests getting Eric Clapton as Harrison’s replacement. Harrison returns less than a week later. 1969 1930's Rock N' Roll pioneer, Ronnie Hawkins (known as "Rompin' Ronnie" or "The Hawk"), is born in Huntsville, AK. 1935 1940's Rod Stewart is born. He attempts a pro football (soccer) career before landing as the lead singer with the Jeff Beck Group and Faces. But his greatest fame is achieved as a solo. 1945 Drummer Aynsley Dunbar starts his life. The Liverpool born drummer is in Jefferson Starship, Whitesnake and early Journey. 1946 Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen begins reelin’ in the years. He hails from Passaic, NJ. 1948 1950's Pat Benatar rocks her way into the world. 1952 It’s Elvis Presley’s first recording session for RCA Records. He lays down "Heartbreak Hotel," his first hit. Along with Scotty Moore and Bill Black, guitar-great Chet Atkins participates i .. ...
January 10, Happy Birthday to the great Aynsley Dunbar. w/Zappa.
Another great day for birthdays.The late Scott McKenzie would have been 75, The late Jim Croce would have been 71.Rod Stewart is 69, Aynsley Dunbar is 68, Donald Fagen is 66 and Pat Benatar is 61.
Drummer Aynsley Dunbar is 68 today. He’s played with everyone from Bowie to Zappa; and is on one of my fave albums: 1972′s The Grand Wazoo.
This day in Rock history: January 10th 2005: Kiss bassist & singer Gene Simmons was sued by former girlfriend Georgeann Walsh Ward alleging that a Kiss documentary showed her photo & made her out to be a “sex-addicted nymphomaniac”. The lawsuit was settled in June of 2006. 2003: U.K. police cracked a major bootleg operation in London & Amsterdam & arrested five men along with discovering 500 of The Beatles’ master tapes known as the “Get Back sessions” which were stolen in the 1970’s. 2000: While on tour in Kelowna, BC, a thief broke into Def Leppard’s tour bus. The thief stole $5000 worth of personal items, including singer Joe Elliot’s videotapes. 1999: The Moody Blues made a guest appearance as themselves on The Simpsons where they recited a poem based of Late Lament from their song “Nights in White Satin”. 1986: Ted Nugent made a guest appearance on Miami Vice where he played the villainous Charlie Basset. 1984: Ozzy Osbourne kicked off the North American leg of his tour in support ...
Happy Birthday Aynsley Dunbar. Aynsley Thomas Dunbar is an English drummer. He has worked with some of the top...
Happy 68th birthday to Aynsley Dunbar, one of the greatest drummers of all time. Aynsley Thomas...
Aynsley Dunbar lost coin flip by for drummer in The JH Experience to Mitch Mitchell!.
Aynsley Dunbar on the drums, Whitesnake - Still Of The Night:
Also, Jan 10 is the 68th birthday of an English rock drummer Aynsley Dunbar. He was working as a drummer of Journey, Whitesnake etc.
Today's 'Rock Quiz' question: Drummer Aynsley Dunbar played on three Jefferson Starship albums in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Over the years, he’s played with the likes of Journey, David Bowie, Lou Reed, Sammy Hagar, and Whitesnake. In the early 1970’s he played on seven albums for which singer? Click on the link below to answer all of the Rock Quiz questions online for a chance to win some great prizes.
This is the official web site for Aynsley Dunbar. Aynsley Dunbar is one of the most successful drummers of our generation having recorded with more artists than any other known drummer today in the blues, rock and jazz fields.
Original remastered video, upscaled to HD. The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation's second album was much the same as their first, offering competent late-'60s Briti...
(Tagged by Christie Fortney) In your status line, list 15 albums that have stayed with you in some way. Don't take more than a few minutes and don't think too hard - they don't have to be the "right" or "great" works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag 10 friends, including me so I will see your list. 1) Queensryche - "Rage For Order" (So adventurous and complex; this album was decades ahead of its time.) 2) Iron Maiden - "Somewhere in Time" (Everything I love about Maiden, incl. synths.) 4) Bad Company - "Bad Co." (The Quintessential Classic Rock Album: rough, bluesy and groovin'.) 5) Sex Pistols - "Nevermind the *** .." (Gave rock the kick in the *** it deserved in 1977.) 6) Goo Goo Dolls - "Superstar Car Wash" (I thought they were gonna be the next Replacements. Was I wrong or what?) 7) Prince - "Music From the Motion Picture Purple Rain" (So many awesome tunes.) 8) N.W.A. - "Straight Outta Compton" (My jaw literally dropped when I first heard it.) 9) Dwight Yoakam - "Guitars, Cadilacs, etc ...
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Aynsley Dunbar the giant drummer with Victor Brox, widely known for his performance as Caiaphas on the original recording of Jesus Christ Superstar (1970), o...
November 29th: On this Day in Music History! 1933: Born on this day, John Mayall OBE is an English blues singer, guitarist, organist and songwriter, whose musical career spans over fifty years. In the 1960s, he was the founder of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, a band which has included some of the most famous blues and blues rock musicians. They include Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, John McVie, *** Fleetwood, *** Taylor, Don "Sugarcane" Harris, Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor, Aynsley Dunbar,Hughie Flint, Jon Hiseman, *** Heckstall-Smith, Andy Fraser, Johnny Almond, Walter Trout, Coco Montoya and Buddy Whittington. 1944: Born on this day, Felix Cavaliere is an American singer, songwriter, music producer and musician. 1947: Born on this day, Ronald Douglas Ronnie Montrose Official was an American rock guitarist, who led a number of his own bands as well as performed and did session work with a variety of musicians, including Sammy Hagar, Herbie Hancock, Van Morrison, The Beau Brummels, Boz Scaggs .. ...
Blues Advocate Celebrating the life and music of Bluesman Peter Green, born October 29, 1946 -- Happy Birthday, Peter Green! Peter Green is regarded by some fans as the greatest white blues guitarist ever, Eric Clapton notwithstanding. Born Peter Greenbaum but calling himself Peter Green by age 15, he grew up in London's working-class East End. Green's early musical influences were Hank Marvin of the Shadows, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Freddie King, and traditional Jewish music. He originally played bass before being invited in 1966 by keyboardist Peter Bardens to play lead in the Peter B's, whose drummer was a lanky chap named *** Fleetwood. The 19-year-old Green was with Bardens just three months before joining John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, whose rapidly shifting personnel included bassist John McVie and drummer Aynsley Dunbar. A keen fan of Clapton, Green badgered Mayall to give him a chance when the Bluesbreakers guitarist split for an indefinite vacation in Greece. Green sounded great and, as Mayall re ...
(April 8, 1944 – November 26, 2011) Born Keith Hartley in 1944 in Preston, Lancashire England, drummer "Keef" became one of Ringo Starr's succession of replacements in the Merseybeat band Rory Storm & the Hurricanes in August 1963. Later he became a member of the London-based R&B group, the Artwoods. The Artwoods. Art Wood, eldest brother of Ronnie Wood (Faces, Rolling Stones), had been a vocalist with Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated before forming the Artwoods along with organist Jon Lord (Deep Purple), guitarist Derek Griffiths, bassist Malcolm Poole, and drummer Keef Hartley. In December 1964 the band turned professional, securing a residency at London's 100 Club and signing a recording contract with Decca Records. The group broke up in mid-1967.  John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers. Hartley replaced Aynsley Dunbar (or some say *** Fleetwood) in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, and played on several Mayall albums, including 1967's Crusade (with *** Taylor on guitar & John McVie on bass) and The Blues A . ...
biography[-]by Richie Unterberger As the elder statesman of British blues, it is John Mayall's lot to be more renowned as a bandleader and mentor than as a performer in his own right. Throughout the '60s, his band, the Bluesbreakers, acted as a finishing school for the leading British blues-rock musicians of the era. Guitarists Eric Clapton, Peter Green, and *** Taylor joined his band in a remarkable succession in the mid-'60s, honing their chops with Mayall before going on to join Cream, Fleetwood Mac, and the Rolling Stones, respectively. John McVie and *** Fleetwood, Jack Bruce, Aynsley Dunbar, *** Heckstall-Smith, Andy Fraser (of Free), John Almond, and Jon Mark also played and recorded with Mayall for varying lengths of times in the '60s. Mayall's personnel has tended to overshadow his own considerable abilities. Only an adequate singer, the multi-instrumentalist was adept in bringing out the best in his younger charges (Mayall himself was in his thirties by the time the Bluesbreakers began to mak .. ...
ClassX membership has benefits. Thanks Tom for the suggestion - the first Journey album and the first project for Gregg Rolie and Neal Schon after they left Santana. Way before Jonathan Cain, Steve Smith and Steve Perry, this album features George Tickner on rhythm guitar and bass, Aynsley Dunbar on drums, and long time members Ross Valory on bass and piano, Schon on lead guitar, and Rolie doing the vocals and playing keyboard. Oh, and this album ROCKS It's not mainstream, just like ClassX is NOT Clear Channel!
Dive headfirst into this insane '78 Tubes spectacle, featuring exploding set pieces & guest Aynsley Dunbar on drums!
I heard Lights today on the way to SF. hmm. LOL. (I really liked Aynsley Dunbar's drumming with the band)
> (from left to right: Aynsley Dunbar, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood)
Discussing Ringo's place among the best drummers ever makes me want to list my 10 best drummers of all time 1. Buddy Rich - For those too young to know of him. lookup "Buddy Rich impossible drum solo" on Youtube & you'll see why he's Stewart Copeland - Only my favorite drummer ever. 3. Neil Peart - his reputation is deserved. 4. Keith Moon - The Who is my all time favorite band. 5. Chad Wackerman - Saw him play with Frank Zappa & he was astonishingly great. 6. John Bonham - Nothing more needs to be said. 7. Aynsley Dunbar - Anyone good enough to tour with Zappa belongs on my list. 8. Alex Van Halen - Cerrtainly one of the best. 9. Simon Phillips - Toured with The Who after Keith Moon died. Way better technique. 10. Duane Timlin - The guys plays 64th notes.with his feet! Must be seen to be believed.
1967 Jeff Beck Group, featuring Ron Wood and Aynsley Dunbar, makes its stage debut in London at Finsbury Park Astoria.
Aynsley Dunbar's drumming on that first album from 1975 is incredible.
Thanks to Rob Holmes for being hipped to Journey's first record. There is no Steve Perry and a bunch of jams that are classic prog!
Journey Rock .co.uk - UK fansite for Journey the rock band
Blue fans and guitarists: Peter Green is cited as being the greatest of all British blues guitarists (great writer/singer too). When Eric Clapton departed John Mayall's Bluesbreakers to form Cream, Green took his place. 'A Hard Road' is the album they did (w/Aynsley Dunbar drumming and John McVie on bass). This remastered/expanded 2-cd set documents that classic, plus it is packed with other goodies from that line-up (even a track or two with *** Fleetwood drumming). All tracks from the Holland-only '67 album 'So Many Roads' (yes, the Otis Rush classic, done sublimely here - Wow!) are included, plus singles and B-sides ('Greeny', 'Looking Back', 'Rubber Duck') and the EP with Paul Butterfield. Shortly after, Green departed to form Fleetwood Mac. 'A Hard Road' is essential listening for blues fans and anyone into the Clapton/Green *** Taylor triumvirate of great British bluesers. The notes on the Amazon page (the one by J.E. Fell in particular) will give you additional info.
The original version of the song covered by Ozzie and Black Sabbath on their first album. Issued in the UK in 1967 on Blue Horizon. Serious drumming.
From then man who helped introduce the world to these grreat musicians.: Eric Clapton (April–August 1965, November 1965–July 1966) and Jack Bruce, both later reuniting in Cream, Peter Green, who had replaced Clapton, played until August 1967, when he departed with *** Fleetwood and then also enticed Bluesbreaker John McVie a few weeks later to form Fleetwood Mac, *** Taylor (August 1967–July 1969) who later joined The Rolling Stones, and reunion tours in 1982–83 and 2004, Harvey Mandel, Walter Trout, Larry Taylor (Mandel, Trout and Taylor left Canned Heat to join Mayall), Don "Sugarcane" Harris, Randy Resnick, Aynsley Dunbar, *** Heckstall-Smith, Andy Fraser (Free), Chris Mercer, Henry Lowther, Johnny Almond and Jon Mark (later of Mark-Almond). Enjoy. Well the spirit lit the fire, when the Earth was new. The way we use it determines me and you. We gotta fan the flames, The right direction can be found. We gotta work together to make the most of this go round.
During their initial 14 years of existence (1973-1987), Journey altered their musical approach and their personnel extensively while becoming a top touring and recording band. The only constant factor was guitarist Neal Schon, a music prodigy who had been a member of Santana in 1971-1972. The original unit, which was named in a contest on KSAN-FM in San Francisco, featured Schon, bassist Ross Valory, drummer Prairie Prince (replaced by Aynsley Dunbar), and guitarist George Tickner (who left after the first album). Another former Santana member, keyboard player and singer Gregg Rolie, joined shortly afterward. This lineup recorded Journey (1975), the first of three moderate-selling jazz-rock albums given over largely to instrumentals. By 1977, however, the group decided it needed a strong vocalist/frontman and hired Steve Perry. The results were immediately felt on the fourth album, Infinity (1978), which sold a million copies within a year. (By this time, Dunbar had been replaced by Steve Smith.) Evolutio ...
Somebody told me there's a documentary on Ginger Baker of Cream. Come the f*on! That is a no-playin' ol' *** white man. In that era of white dudes, Keith Moon, Mitch Mitchell, Bohnam of course!, Aynsley Dunbar, Carl Palmer, etc YES. But Ginger no playin *** Baker? All *** to the NO!
Article courtesy of the Unofficial Steve Perry Fan Club. ~Pat Steve Perry Lead Vocalist of Journey By Chuck Speake Voice Magazine March-April 1980 The San Francisco Bay Area has spawned its share of innovative rock groups. In such an environment it was not surprising to find the top Columbia recording quintet Journey, homed-based. Formed in 1971, Journey was well along to becoming a top draw when changes to personnel occurred. In 1977 George Tickner and Aynsley Dunbar left to seek their fortunes elsewhere. They were replaced by Steve Smith on drums and Steve Perry as lead vocalist. They melded well with the remaining founders of Journey, Gregg Rolie (keyboard, vocals), Neal Schon (lead guitar), and Ross Valory (bass). The chemistry was obviously right, for the next Journey album, Infinity was their biggest yet. CBS Records' Mike Jensen said, "The addition of Steve Perry to Journey has made them a platinum act. Their sales have been most encouraging. They have bucked the trend at the height of the record r ...
Today is Thursday, January 10th. Happy Birthday to Jim Croce, Aynsley Dunbar of Journey and Jefferson Starship, Donald Fagen of Steely Dan and Pat Benatar.
LOTS of R&R birthdays today: It's a good day for rock n roll birthdays, Rod Stewart, Pat Benatar, Jim Croce, Ronnie Hawkins, Donnie Hathaway and Aynsley Dunbar.
Rod Stewart, Pat Benatar, Michael Schenker, Jim Croce and Aynsley Dunbar all were born on this day, so it pretty much rocks IMO.
Happy Birthday to Rod Stewart, Pat Benatar, Michael Schenker, Aynsley Dunbar, and Curt Kirkwood of the Meat Puppets!
THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY (January 10th): 1917: Jerry Wexler (co-owner of Atlantic records and VP of Warner Brothers) was born -- he died in 2008 1935: Ronnie Hawkins was born -- his band, The Hawks, went on to be The Band 1939: Scott McKenzie was born -- years later, he sang about wearing flowers in your hair if you went to San Francisco 1943: Jim Croce was born -- he died in 1973 in a plane crash 1945: Martin Turner (Wishbone Ash, guitar) was born 1945: Rod Stewart was born 1946: Aynsley Dunbar (Journey and Whitesnake, drums) was born 1948: Cyril Neville (vocals and percussion, The Neville Brothers) was born 1948: Donald Fagen (Steely Dan) was born 1953: Pat Benatar was born 1955: Michael Schenker (Scorpions, guitar) was born 1958: "Great Balls of Fire" is at UK singles chart for Jerry Lee Lewis 1958: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Eric Griffiths, Colin Hanton and Len Garry play in Liverpool as "The Quarry Men" 1964: "Introducing The Beatles" was released on Vee-Jay records -- after it sells 1.3 million c ...
First Elvis, Bowie & Page and now today. Pat Benatar, Rod Stewart, Donald Fagen, Aynsley Dunbar, Michael Schenker, Max Roach (RIP)...waz'up with all these January music people..? well, Happy Birthday to all of you :-D
ERIC SINGER Explains Impact on Beatles, Journey on KISS' "Monster" "We take our influences from different things" -Eric Singer Your average rock fan might put on Kiss’ new album Monster, and specifically the track “Outta This World, and fail to hear how the Beatles and Journey impacted the band. But drummer Eric Singer, in a new talk with Rock Music Star, says the tune was influenced first by George Harrison’s drone-rock tune “It’s All Too Much,” issued by the Beatles on 1969′s Yellow Submarine, and then by a subsequent cover version by Journey. The second take, included on Journey’s 1976 sophomore release Look into the Future, pre-dates Steve Perry’s arrival. Gregg Rolie handles the vocals in a lineup that included current Journey stalwarts Neal Schon and Ross Valory, as well as Aynsley Dunbar on drums. In both instances, though far more prominently on the Journey cover from the mid-1970s, “All Too Much” ends with a trippy echoing effect. Called “flanging,” it was first develope ...
1979. “Awakening”. Jefferson Starship. Freedom at Point Zero. RCA Records. Grace Slick sat this album out due to her work in rehab. We didn’t know if she would be back or not. My old friend Aynsley Dunbar replaced John Barbata on drums. John had experienced a serious car accident and was facing a long period of rehabilitation. Marty was definitely not returning after the riot in Germany. Paul Kantner hired successful LA Rock producer Ron Nevison, who ended up drastically changed the sound and direction of the band's music. Freedom at Point Zero was Jefferson Starship's first album with Mickey Thomas as lead vocalist. I had arranged for the band to fly Jess Rodin out from New York City to audition as our new vocalist. He sounded fantastic, but the band decided they wanted a higher voice to cover harmonies so they went for Mickey who sang in the high range and, like Jesse also had an amazing vocal technique. Jess had a lower bluesy soul style voice; I'd first seen him with the "Alan Bown Set" when m ...
album of the day: is one of those AOR bands that have undergone change since they formed and began releasing albums. This is Journey's debut album, and it, along with the second and third album, represented a group that was vastly different before Steve Perry joined them. On this album, it's more about musicianship than anything else. They had what was called a jazz-fusion sound. Two really fantastic instrumentals are on this album, "Kohoutek" and "Topaz". Gregg Rolie, the original keyboard player, served as lead vocalist at this point. While the vocal tracks are not fully developed, the group was a versatile jam band. And it is the only album to feature a second guitarist, George Tickner, who left the band after this first album. Neal Schon's wild guitar licks are in fine form, drummer Aynsley Dunbar played kickass style, and bassist Ross Valory had an infectious groove (the song "Topaz" demonstrates his skills). The album didn't chart very well upon its release in 1975, but it is a fan favorite now ...
Title track from their 1979 album of the same name. That's Aynsley Dunbar fresh from his stint with Journey on the drums.
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For those of you that never met her i'm sure you have heard her voice, this is my aunt Kathi and she joined the happily ever after today with all the greats, much luv happy journey Kathi McDonald When such rock luminaries as The Rolling Stones, Leon Russell, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Long John Baldry, Nils Lofgren and Ike and Tina Turner specifically request her services to record vocals on their albums, then it proves the value and respect they attribute to the passion and prowess of Kathi's voice. Kathi McDonald, a veteran performer, has sung on dozens of gold LPs. Her soulful, passionate vocals combined with her legendary phrasing, impeccable timing and intonation are some of the reasons her vocals are an integral part of so many big hits. Her first solo album, Insane Asylum, was recorded with Neil Schon, John Cippolina, Ronnie Montrose, Aynsley Dunbar, Pete Sears, The Pointer Sisters and the Tower of Power horn section and is now a treasured collectors item. Still today, she is one of the m ...
1972. “Eva The Evangelist” from the album, Souvenirs. I arranged, and co-produced this track, "Eva And The Evangelist" with Alex, which we recorded at Ike Turners "Bolic Sound" in Los Angeles, engineered by John Mills. I played piano & bass. The album was produced by Capitol Records producer, Jeffrey Cheen. The rest of the album was recorded at "The Sound Factory" and engineered by Dave Hassinger. I brought in Aynsley Dunbar and Neil Schon for the track (pre Journey). I was part of a band called "Sears, Schon, Errico" around that time and I'd use Neil on various sessions...but I left to go back to England to record on Rod Stewart's "Smiler" album. Neil later formed the original "Journey" with Aynsley. Alex wrote some beautiful songs and was a wonderful person to work with.
Good afternoon evryone. Just thought we'd let you know that tonight from 5pm Victor Brox will be playing some fine blues for you. Victor has played with top acts such as Eric Clapton, Hendrix, Ritchie Blackmore and Ian Gillan of Deep Purple, Charlie Mingus, Memphis Slim, Dr. John, Aynsley Dunbar, Graham Bond, Alexis Korner, John Mayall, Country Joe McDonald and Keith Moon.
This song is from the album JAKE E LEE - RETRACED. Vocals - Chris Logan, Bass - Tim Bogert, Drums - Aynsley Dunbar.
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