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    Posted: March 01 2006 at 19:38

Jody Grind

Personnel:

Louis Cennamo - bass
Tim Hinkley - keyboards, vocals
Barry Wilson - drums
Ivan Zagni - guitar
Pete Gavin - drums
Bernie Holland guitar

Albums:

One Step On (Transatlantic TRA 210) 1969
Far Canal (Transatlantic TRA 221) 1970
Both now reissued on CD by Akarma, AK058 and AK065 resp.

A progressive rock outfit. Their second album contains a very good version of The Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black".

Pete Gavin went on to Heads, Hands and Feet and then Vinegar Joe

Taken from The Tapestry of Delights - The Comprehensive Guide to British Music of the Beat, R&B, Psychedelic and Progressive Eras 1963-1976, Vernon Joynson   ISBN 1 899855 04 1


A very daring, progressive, experimental, jazz-influenced group, typical of the period, dominated by the powerful keyboard work of Tim Hinkley.

Bernie Holland was later with Hummingbird, Humblebums, Stealer's Wheel, Joan Armatrading and many others. Pete Gavin has also played with Al Stewart, Long John Baldry and Albert Lee.

Tim Hinkley, over the last 30 years, has had a very rich, illustrious career, which includes Joan Armatrading, Beckett, Graham Bell, Boxer, Roger Chapman & Shortlist, David Coverdale, Dr. Feelgood, Chris Farlowe & Thunderbirds, Peter French, Mike Heron's Reputation, Humble Pie, Alexis Korner, Albert Lee, Henry McCullough, Snafu, Al Stewart, Thin Lizzy, Streetwalkers, Vinegar Joe, Whitesnake, Steve York's Carmelo Pardalis, and his own all-star band, Hinkley's Heroes.

And finally, Louis Cennamo has played with Colosseum, Renaissance, Steamhammer, Illusion and Armageddon.

Alex Gitlin, October 2000

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 02 2006 at 07:01
"One Step On" is very good, with Tim Hinkley's keyboards and Ivan Zagni's guitar in evidence. An excellent hard-prog album. The second work "Far Canal" is less aggressive but always rich of memorable guitar solos.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 02 2006 at 07:11
You can write the bio for this one and we will proceed as usual
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Originally posted by Sean Trane

You can write the bio for this one and we will proceed as usual

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Originally posted by ANDREW

Originally posted by Sean Trane

You can write the bio for this one and we will proceed as usual

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Added to the list.
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