2013. “A Rocket Down Falcon Street” by Leigh Stephens. I played some bass and keyboards on this new album by my old Silver Metre band-mate Leigh Stephens. Silver Metre was the first band I played with after coming to the USA in 1969. I had met Leigh in London about six months earlier and we […]
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1999. “Silver Metre” re-released on CDS. CD release of the 1969–70 vinyl album release featuring the band that I formed with Leigh Stephens (Blue Cheer), Micky Waller (Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart), and Harry Reynolds (Hair Band). There is a cool live bootleg of a “Silver Metre” show from the Fillmore West in 1970…we played on the same […]
1971. Leigh Stephens. “And A Cast Of Thousands”. London. Originally released on Charisma Records, and Philips Records. Re-released in 2004 on the Akarma Label. I played bass on this Leigh Stephens Solo Album…my old Silver Metre 1969–70 band-mate. Recorded in London, England.
1970. Silver Metre. Inside album cover. Left to right: Leigh Stephens (in back, Blue Cheer) me (in foreground with moustache), Micky Waller (in back, Jeff Beck), Harry Reynolds (Hair Band). I had met Leigh and his old lady at the time Liz, when Micky Waller took me over to a mews cottage they were renting in London around […]
1969–1970. Silver Metre. Formed in Venice Beach and Santa Monica, California after my first trip to the United States at age 21. Leigh Stephens played lead guitar (original Blue Cheer guitarist), Micky Waller (Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart etc) played drums, Harry Reynolds vocals, and I played bass and some keyboards. We recorded our first of […]