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  1. Albert DeSalvo, The Boston Stangler
  2. All Shook Up
  3. Spooky Tooth
  4. Esther & Abi Ofarim, 1968
  5. Peter, john and Dann Hume
  6. Gordon Franklin & the Wilderness Ensemble,’ Let The Franklin Flow’
  7. British Jigsaw, Major Matchbox, UK Squeeze
  8. Eddy Arnold and Hank Snow
  9. James Brown
  10. Kool & the Gang, Dragon, Kylie Minogue
  11. Andy Warhol
  12. Herbie Flowers



  1. Dick Diamonde of The Easybeats
  2. ‘Walk On The Wild Side’ by Lou Reed (“and the coloured girls say ……..”)
  3. Billy Joe Royal
  4. George Thorogood & the Delaware Destroyers
  5. Jeremy Paul
  6. Allen
  7. Venezuela, Columbia
  8. Bobby Darin, ‘Early In The Morning’
  9. Gorelick
  10. Charlie ‘Bird’ Parker
  11. ‘Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon’
  12. Jethro Tull (for their’ Crest of a Knave’ album)



  1. Folsom and San Quentin
  2. Pake McEntire
  3. Ulysses Samuel
  4. Their producer, Ritchie Rome
  5. Inverness in Scotland and Dunedin in New Zealand
  6. Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson
  7. Crown Electric Co. (As a truck driver)
  8. Alvin Lee of Ten Years After
  9. William Shakespeare
  10. Three Dog Night
  11. WAX
  12. Lobby Loyde



  1. Jona Lewie
  2. Buckingham & Nicks of Fleetwood Mac
  3. Roger Glover of Deep Purple
  4. Peter Best and Brian May
  5. Del Shannon
  6. Aretha, Carolyn, Erma Franklin
  7. The Band
  8. They had backing bands called The Playboys (in Bob Willis’ case The Texas Playboys)
  9. David Cassidy (Cherish and How Can I Be Sure)
  10. Ckaka Khan / Rufus
  11. Johnny O’Keefe & Margaret McClaren / Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge
  12. Come A Little Bit Closer


  1. Labbi Siffre
  2. Cheryl Gray
  3. Kris Kristofferson
  4. Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle
  5. Robin Zander of Cheap Trick and Ann Wilson of Heart.  Surrender To Love
  6. Love Is Blue. Paul Mauriat & his Orchestra and Jeff Beck.
  7. Girls In Our Town. Margaret RoadKnight
  8. Pogo, Chicago Transit Authority
  9. You Just Like Me ‘Cos I’m Good In Bed’ by Skyhooks. Holger Brockman
  10. Neil Young and Rick James
  11. Rebbie, Jackie. Tito, Jermaine, Latoya, Marlon, Brandon, Michael, Randy, Janet
  12. The Idle Race, The Move


  1. Marvin Welch & Farrar (Hank B. Marvin, Bruce Welch, John Farrar)
  2. Spyro Gyra
  3. The Artwoods (brother was Art Wood)
  4. Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five
  5. Johnny Paycheck
  6. Al Martino (Alfred Cini)
  7. Geno Washington of the Ram Jam Big Band (“Geno”) and Johnnie Ray (“Come On Eileen”)
  8. Johnny Devlin and Johnny Chester (Bonus: The Phantoms)
  9. Shel Silverstein
  10. Jerry Kennedy
  11. Eddy Grant (“Electric Avenue”)
  12. R. B. Greaves (“Take A Letter Maria”)



  1. Col Joye (Jacobsen), Kevin Jacobsen, Keith Jacobsen
  2. Irma and Carolyn
  3. Peter Woolnough and Chris Bell (Allen Brothers), Bill Medleyand Bobby Hatfield (Righteous Bros), Scott Engel, Gary Leeds, John Maus (Walker Bros)
  4. Cissy Houston (mother of Whitney)
  5. ‘My Baby’
  6. ‘When You Walk In The Room’, ‘Lonely Days, Lonely Nights’
  7. Renee Geyer
  8. Terry ‘Superlungs’  Reid
  9. Nino Tempo & April Stevens
  10. The Bakersfield Sound
  11. Steve Marriott
  12. ‘Chains’



  1. Buffalo Springfield
  2. Coke Escovedo of Santana
  3. Port Arthur, Texas
  4. West Side Story (Somewhere, Maria)
  5. Boz Scaggs, Ben Sidran
  6. The Searchers
  7. Sonny Dae & the Knights, Hank Ballard
  8. Trolls
  9. Ron McKernan
  10. Steve Goodman
  11. Elton Dean of Soft Machine and singer Long John Baldry (Elton John)
  12. The name under which Johnny O’Keefe produced and arranged recordings for other artists, including Lonnie Lee.



  1. 16 Parkside Lane, San Francisco
  2. Deliverance and the DC5 film Catch Us If You Can (aka Having A Wild Weekend) were both directed by John Boorman
  3. Tavares
  4. Israel
  5. Julian
  6. Robert Palmer
  7. K.T. Oslin
  8. Jerry Reed
  9. Billy Preston (Get Back)
  10. Lorrie Morgan
  11. Sausalito (San Francisco)
  12. Buck Owens
  13. Percy Mayfield



  1. “Famous Blue Raincoat”
  2. Jackson Browne
  3. “You Need Love” by Willie Dixon
  4. Quincy Jones
  5. Hank Wilson
  6. The Mod’s Nod
  7. Troyal Garth Brooks
  8. Roger Miller
  9. Nina Simone
  10. Jesse Garon Presley
  11. Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
  12. Alfred, Emil and Lionel Newman
  13. Raydio



  1. A Simple Song of Freedom
  2. Penniman
  3. Chris Thompson
  4. Cissy Houston. The Sweet Inspirations.
  5. Charlie Rich
  6. Bocephus
  7. San Francisco (Candlestick Park)
  8. The Chinese (I Like Chinese)
  9. Little Willie John
  10. Save Your Sweet Love Just For Me
  11. Phil Key. Band of Light.
  12. Purple Rain, Under The Cherry Moon, Sign ‘O The Times, Graffiti Bridge
  13. Syreeta (Wright)
  14. Three Dog Night
  15. Rufus Thomas



1.  Murray Head (Jesus Christ Superstar, One Night In Bangkok)

2. Star Hotel

3. Dave Evans, Bon Scott, Brian Johnson, Axl Rose

4. Pork Pie Hats

5. Dire Straits (Mark & David Knopfler)

6. Walk Right In

7. Robert Cray

8. Welsh

9. Stephen Georgio,  Yusuf Islam

10. Bach

11. Crowded House

12. Sam Cooke

13. Vincent Van Gogh

14. Willie Nelson

15. Waylon Jennings



1. Janis Joplin

2. Saxophone

3. Lee Ho Fook’s

4. Baby Please Don’t Go

5. They both wrote about Baker Street

6. 2120 South Michigan Avenue

7. Everything But The Girl

8. Terry Reid

9. John Fogerty

10. Black Magic Woman

11. Riley

12. Shreveport, Louisiana



1. Angelina is the daughter of actor Jon Voight, whose brother (and thus her uncle) wrote Wild Thinger under his pen name of Chip Taylor

2. Scrambled Eggs

3. Bob Marley

4. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and Blue Moves

5. Detroit, Chicago, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans

6. Woody Guthrie, Pretty Boy Floyd

7. Frank Zappa

8. It was Elvis Presley’s army dogtag number

9. Ingram

10. John Denver