Discography, involving Graham Bond, either as a leader or a member of the band



Albums
Singles & EP’s
Compilations
Unreleased sessions, tapes & records
Graham Bond vs. sessions


Albums



Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet Roarin’   Jazzland JLP 51 UK 10.61
Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet Roarin’   Jazzland JLP 51 US 00.61
Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet Roarin’   Jazzland JLP 951S US 00.61
Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet Roarin’ CO Jazzland JLP 951S JAP 31.12.99
Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet Roarin’ CD BGP CDBGPM 166 UK 29.11.04
 
SIDE A: "Bring Back The Burch" (Graham Bond), "Manumission" (John Burch),"Blue Monk" (Thelonius Monk)
SIDE B: "Jeannine" ( Duke Pearson), "You Loomed Out Of Loch Ness" (Don Rendell), "So What" (Miles Davis), "The Hunt" (John Burch)
 
Recorded by Don Rendell (tenor sax), Graham Bond (alto sax), John Burch (piano), Tony Archer (bass) and Phil Kinorra (drums) at Star Sound Studios, Rodmarton Mews, Blandford Street, London June 17 and August 29 1961.
Engineered by chief of Star Sound Studios and produced by Ed Michel.
 
* June 17 1961 session:
”Bring Back The Burch” (unreleased),”Manumission” (unreleased), ”Blue Monk”, ”Jeannine”, ”You Loomed Out Of Loch Ness”, ”So What” and ”The Hunt”
 
* August 29 1961 session:
”Bring Back The Burch” (4 takes) and ”Manumission” (2 takes)
 
* Compared with the sleeve, the UK B-side label is a bit re-arranged; instead of track 2 you’ll find track 4 and otherwise
* Sleevenotes on US issue slightly re-arranged
* UK mono issue > black label
* US mono issue > orange label
* US mono PROMO issue > white label
* US stereo issue > black label
* Although UK stereo test pressings exists, it’s however an open question if ever released commercially...
 
 
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65   Columbia 33SCX 1711 UK 26.02.65
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65 RE Columbia 33SCX 1711 UK 00.70
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65 CO BSF 65 40 131 - 01 CAN? 12.85
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65/
There´s A Bond Between Us
RE Edsel DED 254 UK 03.88
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65 CO Columbia 33SX 1711 ITA? 00.97
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65/
There´s A Bond Between Us
CD, CO Rock-In-Beat RB 060 GER 00.99
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65/
There´s A Bond Between Us
CD BGO 500 UK 25.01.00
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65 CO Sweet Dandelion SWDDL 710   05.11.07
 
SIDE A: "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon), "Baby Make Love To Me" (Group/Janet Godfrey), "Neighbour Neighbour" (Alton/J. Valler), "Early In The Morning" (Trad.arr. Group), "Spanish Blues" (Group), "Oh Baby (Group), "Little Girl" (Group)
SIDE B: "I Want You" (Group), "Wade In The Water" (Trad.arr. Group), "Got My Mojo Working" (McKinley Morganfield),"Traintime" (Group), "Baby Be Good To Me" (Group/Janet Godfrey), "Half A Man"(Group), "Tammy" (Jay Evan/Ray Livingston)
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) at Olympic Sound Studios, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London December 16 & 19 1964, January 4 & 5 and February 4 1965.
John Hockridge and Ian Hamer (trumpets) added on "I Want You" and "Tammy". Unknown female backing singers added to "Tammy" and "Half A Man."
Engineered by Keith Grant and produced by Robert Stigwood.
 
* December 16 1964 session
"Half A Man" (2 takes) & "What Am I Living For" (6 takes) (unreleased)
 
* December 19 1964 session
"Neighbour Neighbour" (3 takes)
 
* January 4 1965 session
"Spanish Blues" (1 take), "Tammy" (7 takes), "I Want You" (1 take), "Wade In The Water" (1 take) and "Don´t Know" (1 take) (unreleased)
 
* January 5 1965 session
"Early In The Morning" (3 takes), "Baby Make Love To Me" (4 takes), "Baby Be Good To Me" (3 takes) and "Got My Mojo Working" (3 takes)
 
* February 4 1965 session
"Train Time" (4 takes), "Little Girl" (1 take), "Oh Baby" (2 takes) and "Hoochie Coochie Man" (4 takes)
 
* Alternative takes of "Tammy" and "Hoochie Coochie Man" still exist.
* Sleeve design by Ginger Baker. His front cover painting is otherwise part of a larger work.
* Original Columbia release sports black and blue labels. 2nd issue grey and black. Only the 2nd issue credits Chris Welch for sleevenotes.
* The two counterfeits copies bare more or less the original sleeves, although labels differs a bit.
 
 
The Graham Bond Organisation There´s A Bond Between Us   Columbia 33SX 1750 UK 10.12.65
The Graham Bond Organisation There´s A Bond Between US RE Columbia 33SX 1750 UK 00.70
The Graham Bond Organisation There´s A Bond Between Us CO BSF 75 40 132 - 02 CAN? 12.85
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65/
There´s A Bond Between Us
RE Edsel DED 254 UK 03.88
The Graham Bond Organisation There´s A Bond Between Us CO Columbia 33SX 1750 ITA? 00.97
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65/
There´s A Bond Between Us
CO, CD Rock-In-Beat RB 060 GER 00.99
The Graham Bond Organisation The Sound Of ´65/
There´s A Bond Between Us
CD BGO 500 UK 25.01.00
The Graham Bond Organisation There´s A Bond Between Us CO Sweet Dandelion SWDDL 711   05.11.07
 
SIDE A: "Who´s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf" (Kevin Knox/Don Kirkpatrick),"Hear Me Calling Your Name" (Jack Bruce), "The Night Time Is The Right Time" (Herman), "Walkin' In The Park" (Graham Bond), "Last Night" (CharlesAxton/Jerry Lee Smith/Herb Newman), "Baby Can It Be True?" (Graham Bond)
SIDE B: "What´d I Say?" (Ray Charles), "Dick's Instrumental" (Dick Heckstall-Smith), "Don´t Let Go" (the Markeys), "Keep A`Drivin' " (Chuck Willis), "Have You Ever Loved A Woman?" (Billy Myles), "Camels And Elephants" (Ginger Baker)
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums, vocals) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) at Olympic Sound Studios, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London, December 16, 1964, June 30 and July 1 1965.
 
Engineered by Keith Grant and produced by Robert Stigwood. Unknown female backing singers added to "Keep A ‘Drivin.’"
 
* December 16 1964 session
"Keep A ’Drivin’" (6 takes)
 
* June 30 1965 session:
"Walking In The Park" (3 takes), "Don’t Let Go" (3 takes), "Lease On Love" (8 takes) (unreleased), "My Heart’s In Little Pieces" (2 takes) and "Passing Strangers" (10 takes) (unreleased)
 
* July 1 1965 session:
"Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf" (7 takes), "Hear Me Calling Your Name" (7 takes), "Last Night" (3 takes), "Baby Can It Be True" (1 take), "Dick’s Instrumental" (3 takes), "Camels And Elephants" (2 takes), "Cold Rain" (4 takes) (unreleased), "Positiv" aka "HHCK Blues" (4 takes) (unreleased) and "Lease On Love" (3 takes)
 
* "The Night Time Is The Right Time", "What´d I Say" and "Have You Ever Loved A Woman" probably recorded on June 30 session.
 
* Alternative takes of "Dick’s Instrumental", "Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf" and "Camels And Elephants" still exists
* Sleeve design by Ginger Baker
* Original Columbia release sports black and blue labels, 2nd issue grey and black
* The two counterfeits bare more or less original sleeves, although labels differs a bit.
 
 
Grahame Bond Love Is The Law   Pulsar AR 10604 US 00.69
Grahame Bond Love Is The Law CD, CO Sunrise SR 40101012 EU 05.04
 
SIDE A: "Love Is The Law", "Moving Towards The Ligh", "Our Love Will Come Shining Through", "I Couldn`t Stand It Anymore", "Sun Dance"
SIDE B: "Crossroads Of Time", "Bad News Blues, Strange Times, Sad Times", "The Naz", "The World Will Soon Be Free."
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax and vocals) and Hal Blaine (drums).
 
Probably recorded at TTG Studios, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA.
 
* All songs written by Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond
* Also released as a PROMO issue with yellow labels
* An e is added to Graham´s name for this release
* The CD has added GBO 45’s as a bonus.
 
 
Grahame Bond Mighty Grahame Bond   Pulsar AR 10606 US 00.69
Grahame Bond Mighty Grahame Bond CD, CO Sunrise SR 40101022EU 05.04
 
SIDE A: "Water, Water", "Oh Shining One" "Pictures In The Fire","Baroque", "Sisters And Brothers."
SIDE B: "Stiffnecked Chicken", "Freaky Beak", "Walk Onto Me", "Magic Mojo", "Brothers And Sisters."
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax, vocals), Harvey Mandel (guitar), Max Bennett (bass) and Eddie Hoh (drums), except for "Pictures In The Fire" which was recorded by Graham Bond, Frank Mayes (sax) and Drachen Theaker (drums).
 
Probably recorded at TTG Studios, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA.
 
* All songs written by Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond
* Also released as a PROMO issue with white labels
* An e is added to Graham´s name for this release.
* The CD has added GBO 45’s and rarities as a bonus.
 
 
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Polydor 2662 001 UK 05.05.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Airforce Parts 1 & 2 2MC Polydor 3170 013 UK 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Atco 2-703 US 20.03.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce 2 x 8 track Atco J 8703 US 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   RTR Atco J 703 US 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker’s Airforce   Polydor MP 9341/42 JAP 08.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Polydor 2662 001 CAN 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Polydor 2383 012/13GER 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Polydor 2383 012/13FRA 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Polydor 2662 001 NOR 04.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce   Polydor 2383 012 NZ 00.70
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker´s Airforce RE RSO MWU 9717/8 JAP 11.80
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker‘s Airforce CD Polydor 837 349 2 US 21.01.89
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker’s Airforce CD Polydor P25P 25098 JAP  
Ginger Baker Do What You Like 2CD Polygram 314 5585422US 07.07.98
Ginger Baker’s Airforce Ginger Baker‘s Airforce CD Lemon CDLEM 22 UK 16.02.04
 
SIDE A: "Da Da Man" (Harold McNair), "Early In The Morning" (Trad.arr. Ginger Baker)
SIDE B: "Don`t Care" (Ginger Baker/Steve Winwood), "Toad" (Ginger Baker)
SIDE C: "Aiko Biaye" (Remi Kabaka), "Man Of Constant Sorrow" (Trad.arr. Denny Laine)
SIDE D: "Do What You Like" (Ginger Baker), "Doin` It"(Ginger Baker/Rick Grech)
 
Recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London January 15 1970 by Ginger Baker (drums), Steve Winwood (organ, vocals), Denny Laine (guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass, violin), Phil Seaman (drums), Remi Kabaka (percussion), Jeanette Jacobs (vocals), Chris Wood (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax) and Harold McNair (tenor sax, flute).
 
* Originally tracklist were "Man Of Constant Sorrow", "We Free Kings", "Toad", "Da Da Man” , 40,000 Headmen", "Do What You Like" and "Aiko Biaye", but altered before release.
* An edited version of "Doin´ It" appeared as a "plug" for the album as it it was to be found on the flip side of the "Man Of Constant Sorrow" single.
* US issue (Atco 2-703) also released in mono, but only as a PROMO issue.
* The US Polydor CD release (837 349-2) excludes "Doin´ It."
* The Ginger Baker 2CD compilation "Do What You Like" includes the whole 2 LP.
* Norwegian issue released with German sleeve.
 
 
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WB WS 3001 UK 29.05.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond 2 x MC WB ZCWD 3001 UK 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond 2 x 8 track WB Y8WD 3001 UK 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WB 2LS 2555 US 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond 2 x MC WB CWJ 2555 US 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond 2 x 8 track WB 8WJ 2555 US 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WB WD 2555 GER 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WB WBC 1124B SAF 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WB 2555 CAN 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WBS 2555 NZ 00.70
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f WB LS 2555 ITA 00.71
Graham Bond Solid Bond RE, g/f WB K 66004 UK 00.72
Graham Bond Solid Bond RE, g/f WB MIDI MID 66 031 GER 00.74
Graham Bond Solid Bond g/f Music Hall 6014332/3 ARG 00.77
Graham Bond Solid Bond 2 x MC Music Hall 3812/3 ARG 00.77
Graham Bond Solid Bond CO, g/f WB 2LS 2555 ITA? 00.92
Graham Bond Solid Bond CD CO Sunrise SR 40101042 EU 05.04
Graham Bond Solid Bond CD Rhino 8122-79906-5 EU 04.08.08
Graham Bond Solid Bond CD Collectors’ Choice Music CCM 2000 US 17.02.09
 
SIDE A: "Green Onions" (Booker T. Jones/Steve Cropper/Al Jackson/Lewis Steinberg),"Springtime In The City" (Graham Bond), "Can´t Stand It" (Graham Bond)
SIDE B: "Only Sixteen" (Graham Bond), "Last Night" (Axton/Smith/Newman), "Long Legged Baby" (Graham Bond), "Walking In The Park" (Graham Bond)
SIDE C: "It´s Not Goodbye" (Graham Bond), "Neighbour Neighbour" (Graham Bond), "Ho Ho Country Kicking Blues" (Jack Bruce)
SIDE D: "The Grass Is Greener" (Graham Bond/John McLaughlin), "Doxy" (Sonny Rollins).
 
"Ho Ho Country Kicking Blues", "The Grass Is Greener" and "Doxy" recorded live at Klooks Kleek, 100 West End Lane, London, England June 26 1963 by Graham Bond (alto sax), John McLaughlin (guitar), Jack Bruce (double bass) and Ginger Baker (drums).
 
"Green Onions", "Springtime in the City", "Can´t Stand It", "Only Sixteen", "Last Night", "Long Legged Baby", "Walking In The Park", "It´s Not Goodbye" and "Neighbour Neighbour" recorded by Graham Bond (organ, piano, alto sax, vocals), Dick Heckstall-Smith (soprano and tenor sax) and Jon Hiseman (drums) at Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, London probably late October 1966.
 
Engineered by Eddie Kramer and produced by Jon Hiseman.
 
* The UK reissue doesn`t really exist as copies of WB 3001 were only re-promoted with a K 66004 sticker on the rear side of the sleeve.
* "Springtime In The City" on the UK pressing has a fade, should have been done on the other pressings as well...
* Canadian issue released with US sleeve.
* Argentina issue sports all text in Spanish!
* The Sunrise CD has added GBO 45’s as an extra bonus.
 
 
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f Polydor 2383 029 UK 18.12.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f Atco SD 33 343 US 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 8 track Atco M-8343 US 00.70
Ginger Naker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f ? Polydor 2383 029 CAN 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f Polydor 2383 029 NOR 00.70
Ginger Naker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f ? Polydor 2383 029 ITA 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2   Polydor 2383 039 ISR 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f Polydor MP 2149 JAP 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 RE RSO 2428 702 GER 00.72
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 MC RSO 3128 702 GER 00.72
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 RE RSO MWX 4043 JAP  
Ginger Baker Do What You Like 2CD Polygram 314 5585422 US 07.07.98
 
SIDE A: "Let Me Ride" (Roebuck Staples), "Sweet Wine" (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey), "Do U No Hu Yor Phrenz R?"(Ginger Baker), "We Free Kings" (Ginger Baker) (2nd version)
SIDE B: "I Don`t Want To Go On Without You" (Bert Berns/Jerry Wexler), "Toady" (Ginger Baker), "12 Gates To The City "(Graham Bond)
 
"Let Me Ride", "Sweet Wine" and "I Don´t Want To Go On Without You" recorded at Trident Studios, Trident House, 17 St. Anne´s Court, London in May 1970 by Ginger Baker (Drums, tympani, tubular bells, African drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion), Rocki Dzidzornu (percussion), Denny Laine (guitars, vocals), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (alto, baritone & soprano saxes), Harold McNair (alto sax, flute, alto flute), Aliki Ashman (vocals), Diane Stewart (vocals) and Catherine James (vocals).
 
Engineered by Roy Thomas Baker and produced by Ginger Baker, Rick Grech, Denny Laine and Graham Bond.
 
"12 Gates To The City" recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, London in September 1970 by Ginger Baker (Drums, tympani, tubular bells, African drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion), Rocki Dzidzornu (percussion), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (alto, baritone & soprano saxes), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Diane Stewart (vocals). Engineered by George Chkiantz and produced by Ginger Baker.
 
"Do U No Hu Yor Phrenz R?", "We Free Kings" (2nd version) and "Toady" recorded at Trident Studios, Trident House, 17 St. Anne´s Court, London in October 1970 by Ginger Baker (Drums, tympani, tubular bells, African drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Colin Gibson (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (alto, baritone & soprano saxes), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Diane Stewart (vocals). Engineered by Roy Thomas Baker and produced by Ginger Baker.
 
* Insert included on most issues.
* The Ginger Baker 2CD compilation "Do What You Like" include the whole album.
* US issue (Atco SD 33 343) also released in mono, but only as a promo issue.
 
 
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f Polydor 2383 029 NOR 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2   Polydor 2383 029 GER 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 MC Polydor 3170 029 GER 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 g/f Polydor 2383 029 AUS 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2   Polydor 2486 015 NZ 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2   Polydor 2383 029 GER EXPORT? 00.70
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Airforce 2 MC Polydor 3170 029 GER EXPORT? 00.70
 
SIDE A: "We Free Kings" (Ginger Baker) (1st version), "Caribbean Soup" (Harold McNair), "Sunshine Of Your Love" (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown/Eric Clapton), "You Wouldn´t Believe It" (Ginger Baker/Denny Laine)
SIDE B: "You Look Like You Could Use A Rest" (Rick Grech), "Sweet Wine"(Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey), "I Don`t Want To Go On Without You" (Bert Berns/Jerry Wrexler), "Let Me Ride" (Graham Bond)
 
Recorded at Trident Studios, Trident House, 17 St. Anne´s Court, London in May 1970 by Ginger Baker (Drums, tympani, tubular bells,African drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion), Rocki Dzidzornu (percussion), Denny Laine (guitars, vocals), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (alto, baritone & soprano saxes), Harold McNair (alto sax, flute, alto flute), Aliki Ashman (vocals), Diane Stewart (vocals) and Catherine James (vocals).
 
Engineered by Roy Thomas Baker and produced by Ginger Baker, Rick Grech, Denny Laine and Graham Bond.
 
* This is an alternative version of the album - only released in Norway, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.
 
* "Let Me Ride", "Sweet Wine" and "I Don`t Want To Go On Without You" is kept from the “original” album and several tracks from the same May 1970 session is added: "Caribbean Soup", "Sunshine Of Your Love", "You Wouldn´t Believe It" and "You Look Like You Could Use A Rest.”
 
* "We Free Kings" is otherwise substituted with an an earlier take as well!
 
 
Graham Bond Holy Magick g/f Vertigo 6360021 UK 18.12.70?
Graham Bond Holy Magick MC Vertigo 7138024 UK 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick g/f Mercury SR 61327 US 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick MC Mercury MCDR 461327 US 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick 8 track Mercury MC 861327 US 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick g/f Vertigo 6360021 GER 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick g/f ? Vertigo 6360021 AUS 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick g/f Vertigo 6360021 NZ 00.70
Graham Bond Holy Magick RE, g/f BGO LP 35 UK 9.88
Graham Bond Holy Magick CD Repertoire RR 4106 WP GER 00.90
Graham Bond Holy Magick/We Put Our Magick On YouCD BGO 483 UK 25.01.00
Graham Bond Holy Magick CD Repertoire REP 5063 GER 04.12.06
Graham Bond Holy Magick CD Universal UICY 93268 JAP 25.07.07
 
SIDE A: "Meditation Aumgn", "The Qabalistic Cross", "The Word Of The Aeon", "Invocation To The Light", "The Pentagram Ritual", "Qabalistic Cross", "Hymn Of Praise", "Twelve Gates To The City", "The Holy Words Iao (These Are The Words)", "Aquarius Mantra (in Egyptian)", "Enochian (Atlantean) Call", "Abrahadabra The Word of Aeo", "Praise City Of Light", "The Qabalistic Cross Aumgn" (Graham Bond)
SIDE B: "Return Of Arthur " (Graham Bond), "The Magician" (Graham Bond), "The Judgement" (Diane Stewart), "My Archangel MIKAEL" (Diane Stewart).
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, acoustic and electric alto sax, piano, vocals), Keith Bailey (drums), Godfrey McLean (drums), Kevin Stacey (guitar), John Morsehead (guitar), Diane Stewart (vocals, gong), Rick Grech (bass), Alex Dmochowski (bass), Victor Brox (vocals, electric piano, piano, tibetan dhong, pocket cornet, euphonium), Big Pete Bailey (percussion), John Gross (tenor sax), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Jerry Salisbury (cornet).
 
Side A and Side B track 4 recorded during spring 1970 by a late version of the Graham Bond Initiation. Rest of album recorded July 1970.
 
* Working title for the album was "Reunion."
* The 2006 CD has added the ”Twelve Gates To The City” / ”Water Water” single as a bonus.
 
 
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You g/f Vertigo 6360042 UK 20.08.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You g/f Mercury SRM 1612 US 00.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You 8 track Mercury MC 81612 US 00.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You g/f Mercury SRM 1612 CAN 00.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You g/f Vertigo 6360042 GER 00.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You g/f? Vertigo 6360042 AUS 00.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You   Vertigo 6360042 ISR 00.71
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You RE, g/f BGO LP 73 UK 10.89
Graham Bond Holy Magick/We Put Our Magick On You CD BGO 483 UK 25.01.00
Graham Bond with Magick We Put Our Magick On You CD Repertoire RR4107P GER 00.90
 
SIDE A: "Forbidden Fruit/Part 1" (Diane Stewart/Graham Bond), "Moving Toward The Light" (Diane Stewart/Graham Bond), "Ajama" (Gaspar Lawall), "Druid" (Graham Bond)
SIDE B: "I Put My Magick On You" (Diane Stewart/Graham Bond),"Time To Die" (John Weathers/Graham Williams), "Hail, Ra-Harakhite" (Diane Stewart), "Forbidden Fruit/Part 2" (Diane Stewart/Graham Bond)
 
Recorded May through July 1971 at Philips Studios, Stanhope Place, London by Graham Bond (organ, piano, alto sax, vocals), Diane Stewart (percussion, vocals), Graham Hedley Williams (guitar), John “Pugwash” Weathers (drums), Terry Poole (acoustic guitar, bass, vocals), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute) and Gaspar Lawall (percussion, vocals).
 
Produced by Graham Bond.
 
 
Jack Bruce BBC In Concert CD Windsong WINCD 076 UK 00.07.95
Jack Bruce BBC In Concert CD Strange Fruit SFRSCD 067 UK 20.07.98
Jack Bruce Spirit - Live At The BBC 1971 - 1978 3CD Polydor 5305568 UK 31.03.08
 
Includes "You Burned The Tables On Me", "Folk Song", "A Letter Of Thanks", "Smiles And Grins", "We`re Going Wrong", "The Clearout", "Have You Ever Loved A Woman", "Powerhouse Sod" and "You Sure Look Good To Me."
 
All songs by Jack Bruce/Pete Brown, except for "We’re Going Wrong" and "You Sure Look Good To Me" (Jack Bruce) and "Have You Ever Loved A Woman" (Billy Myles).
 
Recorded by the BBC at The Hippodrome, North End Road, London Thursday August 19 1971 by Jack Bruce (bass, piano, vocals), Graham Bond (organ, piano, alto sax, vocals), Chris Spedding (guitars), John Marshall (drums) and Art Themen (tenor sax). Originally broadcasted in Radio 1´s ”In Concert” Sunday August 29 1971.
 
Produced by Jeff Griffin.
 
* Concert also pressed as BBC transcript disc (BBC Transcription Service CN1483/S) for foreign use.
* Presentation and in between chat from original concert unfortunately edited out.
* The Windsong & Strange Fruit CD´s claims the show was recorded in 1977.
* Graham gets the writing credits for "Have You Ever Loved A Woman."
* Concert included as part of the 3CD ”Spirit - Live At The BBC 1971 - 1978.”
 
 
Sonny Boy Williamson/Animals
& Graham Bond Organisation
Rock Generation Vol. 3   BYG 529 703 FRA 21.01.72
Graham Bond Organisation &
Sonny Boy Williamson/Animals
Rock Generation Vol. 4   BYG 529 704 FRA 21.01.72
Graham Bond Faces And Places Vol. 4   BYG 529 904 FRA 19.01.73
Graham Bond Faces And Places   Direction DFP 20003NZ  
Jack Bruce with Graham Bond
+ Ginger Baker
Jack Bruce with Graham Bond
+ Ginger Baker
8 Track Gambit 820 US  
Graham Bond Organisation The Beginning Of Jazz-Rock   Charly CR 300017 UK 01.77
Graham Bond Organisation At the Beginning   Bellaphon CR 3060 GER 00.77
Graham Bond Organisation The Beginning Of Jazz-Rock   Oxford OX 3138 ITA 00.79
Graham Bond Organisation Graham Bond Organisation   Charly CR 30198 UK 00.80
Graham Bond Organisation The Beginning Of Jazz-Rock   Charly K22P386 JAP 00.83
Graham Bond Organisation Live At Klooks Kleek   Decal LIK 47 UK 00.88
Soft Machine &
Graham Bond Organisation
Soft Machine &
Graham Bond Organisation
CD Century 29ED 6026 JAP 06.89
Graham Bond Organisation Live At Klooks Kleek CD Decal 214 UK 00.90
Graham Bond Organisation Live At Klooks Kleek CD Charly CDGR 195 UK 00.97
Sonny Boy Williamson/Animals
& Graham Bond Organisation
Rock Generation Vol. 3 CD Spalax SPA 14552 FRA 21.07.97
Graham Bond Organisation
& Sonny Boy Williamson/Animals
Rock Generation Vol. 4 CD Spalax SPA 14553 FRA 21.07.97
Graham Bond Organisation Person To Person Blues CD Metro 431 UK 11.00
Graham Bond Organisation Les Genies Du Rock CD Editions Atlas RK CD 486 FRA  
Graham Bond Organisation Live At Klook’s Kleek Club In London 1964   Get Back GET 609 ITA  
Graham Bond Organisation One Night At Klook’s Kleek CD Brook 1038 GER 00.06
Graham Bond Organisation I Met The Blues At Klook’s Kleek CD Music Avenue 250175BEL 04.06.07
 
SIDE A: "Wade In The Water" (Trad. Arr. Group), "Big Boss Man" (Smith/Willie Dixon), "Early In The Morning" (Trad. Arr. Group), "Person To Person Blues" (McRae/Glover), "Spanish Blues" (Graham Bond)
SIDE B: "Introduction By Dick Jordan" (Young!!!), "The First Time I Met The Blue" ( Buddy Guy), "Stormy Monday Blues" (Walker), "Train Time" (Group), "What´d I Say" (Charles)
 
Recorded live at Klooks Kleek, 100 West End Lane, London October 26 1964 by Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, harmonica, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax).
 
* BYG 529 703 and 529 704 are shared with Sonny Boy Williamson and The Animals.
* Century 29ED 6026 is shared with Soft Machine.
* SPALAX SPA 14552 and SPALAX SPA 14553 are shared with Sonny Boy Williamson and The Animals.
* Charly K22P386 originally released with obi and lyric insert.
* Beware of cheap Eric Clapton compilations as you might as well find Klooks Kleek tunes included...
    The most ridiculous Clapton one is a 3CD set were you find the "usual" revamped Charly catalogue, including the Klooks Kleek gig, but this time overdubbed with additional instruments!!!
 
 
Graham Bond This Is... Graham Bond - Bond In America   Philips 6382010UK 14.04.72
 
SIDE A: "Stiffnecked Chicken", "Walk Onto Me", "I Couldn`t Stand It Anymore", "Oh Shining One", "Moving Towards The Light"
SIDE B: "Crossroads Of Time", "Baroque", "Freaky Beak", "Strange Times, Sad Times", "Love Is The Law."
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax and vocals), Hal Blaine (drums), Harvey Mandel (guitar), Max Bennett (bass) , Frank Mayes (sax), Eddie Hoh (drums) and Drachen Theaker (drums).
 
Probably recorded at TTG Studios, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA.
 
* Originally planned as a double album (Philips 6499200/1) containing the two Pulsar LP’s Love Is The Law and Mighty Grahame Bond. However in the end the compilation ended up as a single issue.
 
 
Bond and Brown Two Heads Are Better Than One   Chapter 1 CHS R 813 UK 24.11.72
Bond and Brown Two Heads Are Better Than One   Harvest 2C064 93869 FRA 00.72
Bond and Brown Two Heads Are Better Than One...plus CD See For Miles SEE 345 UK 00.92
Bond and Brown Two Heads Are Better Than One CD Repertoire REP 4271 WY GER 00.92
Bond and Brown Two Heads Are Better Than One CD Air Mail AIRAC 1219 JAP 21.07.06
 
SIDE A: "Lost Tribe" (Graham Bond/Pete Brown), "Ig The Pig"(Graham Bond),"Oobati (LisleHarper), "Amazing Grass" (Diane Bond)
SIDE B: "Scunthorpe Crabmeat Train Sideways Boogie Shuffle Stomp" (Graham Bond/Pete Brown), "C.F.D.T.(Colonel Frights’ Dancing Terrapins)" (Graham Bond/Pete Brown), "Mass Debate" (Pete Brown/Ed Spevock), "Looking For Time" (Graham Bond/Pete Brown)
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, piano, electric piano, alto sax, vocals), Pete Brown (trumpet, talking drums, vocals), Derek Foley (guitar), Lisle Harper (bass, congas, vocals), Ed Spevock (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Diane Bond (vocals, congas, percussion), Mick Hutchinson (guitar on "C.F.D.T. (Colonel Frights’ Dancing Terrapins)", Mick Walker (percussion, backing vocals), Erica Bond (backing vocals) and Sue Wooley (backing vocals) at Manor Studios, Shipton on Cherwell May 5, 7, 8 & 11 1972 / Wessex Studios, 106 Highbury New Park, London June 1972.
 
Engineer Manor Studios: Tom Newman / Engineer Wessex Studios: probably Robin Thompson.
 
Produced by Bond & Brown.
 
* The CD’s have added the Lost Tribe EP. (Title track of EP to be found on the LP first time around).
 
"Lost Tribe (Graham Bond/Pete Brown), "Macumbe" (Lisle Harper) and "Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes" (Pete Brown/Phil Ryan/Taff Williams).
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Pete Brown (vocals), Diane Stewart (percussion), Lisle Harper (bass) and Ed Spevock (drums) at Manor Studios, Shipton on Cherwell, May 5,7,8 & 11 1972.
 
Enginered by Tom Newman.
 
Produced by Bond & Brown.
 
* The UK and German CD’s have otherwise included the “Maltamour” soundtrack.
 
"Beginning", "Aeroplane Drinking Song", "Italian Song", "I Spend My Nights In Armour", "Fury Of War", "Magpie Man", "Drum Roll", "Swing Song", "Sailor´s Song" and "Ending" (all by Graham Bond/Pete Brown).
 
Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, piano, electric piano, alto sax, vocals), Pete Brown (trumpet, talking drums, vocals), Derek Foley (guitar), Tom Duffy (bass), Ed Spevock (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Diane Bond (vocals, congas, percussion) at Pathway Studios, 2a Grosvenor Avenue, London 23 & 24 October 1972.
 
Produced by Bond & Brown.
 
 


Singles & EP’s



Duffy Power SIDE A: “I Saw Her Standing There” (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
with SIDE B: “Farewell Baby” (Graham Bond)
the Graham Bond Quartet  
  Recorded at EMI, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London March 20 1963
   
  Probably engineered by Norman Smith
  Produced by Ron Richards
  Released in the UK on EMI Parlophone R 5024, May 3 1963
   
  Recorded by Duffy Power (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Big Jim Sullivan (guitar).
   
  * According to Melody Maker, "Farewell Baby" was the A side planned.
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson)
  SIDE B: “Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded May 5 1964 at Decca Studios, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London
  (Probably studio 2)
  Engineered by Gus Dudgeon
  Produced by Mike Vernon and Richard Lloyd
  Released in UK on Decca F 11909, May 15 1964
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax).
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “Tammy” (Jay Livingston/Ray Evans)
  SIDE B: “Wade In The Water” (Trad. arr.)
   
  Recorded January 4 1965 at Olympic Sound Studios, Carton Street, London
  Engineered by Keith Grant
  Produced by Robert Stigwood
   
  Released in the UK on EMI Columbia DB 7471, January 29 1965
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax).
   
  * John Hockridge & Ian Hamer (trumpets) added to “Tammy”
  * Unknown female backing singers added to “Tammy”
  * A plug for the upcoming The Sound Of ‘65 LP (Columbia 33SX 1711)
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “Tell Me (I’m Gonna Love Again)” (Graham Bond Organisation)
  SIDE B: “Love Come Shining Through” (Graham Bond Organisation)
   
  Recorded March 1965 at Olympic Sound Studios, Carton Street, London
  Engineered by Keith Grant
  Produced by Robert Stigwood
  Released in the UK on EMI Columbia DB 7528, Apri1 2 1965
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax).
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “Lease On Love” (Rick Minas/Mike Banwell)
  SIDE B: “My Heart´s In Little Pieces” (Graham Bond)
   
  Side A recorded July 1 1965 at Olympic Sound Studios, Carton Street, London
  Side B recorded June 30 1965 at Olympic Sound Studios, Carton Street, London
  Engineered by Keith Grant
  Produced by Robert Stigwood
  Released in the UK on EMI Columbia DB 7647, July 23 1965
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, double bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax).
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “St. James Infirmary” (J. Primrose/Arr. Ginger Baker)
  SIDE B: “Soul Tango” (Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded January 10 1966, probably at Rayrik Studios, Chalk Farm, London
  If Rayrik Studios > Engineered by John Timerly
  Produced by Robert Stigwood
  Released in the UK on EMI Columbia DB 7838, February 18 1966
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Mike Falana (trumpet).
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “St. James Infirmary” (J. Primrose/arr. Ginger Baker)
  SIDE B: “Wade In The Water” (Trad. arr.)
   
  Recorded January 10 1966, probably at Rayrik Studios, Chalk Farm, London
  If Rayrik Studios > Engineered by John Timerly
  Produced by Robert Stigwood
  Released in the US on Ascot 2211, March 1966
   
  Graham Bond (organ), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Mike Falana (trumpet).
   
  * Released as PROMO ONLY
  * A side same version as to be found on UK EMI Columbia DB 7838
   
   
Graham Bond Organisation SIDE A: “You’ve Gotta Have Love Babe” (Graham Bond)
  SIDE B: “I Love You” (Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded January 18 1967 at Dick James Music, 71-75 New Oxford Street, London
  Unknown engineer
  Produced by Larry Page (according to the record label, but Colin Frechter has claimed credit as well...)
  Released in the UK on Page One POF 014, February 10 1967
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Jon Hiseman (drums).
   
  * Also released in Holland on Page One 23014
  * A French release is also rumoured to exist...
   
   
Grahame Bond SIDE A: “Love Is The Law” (Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond)
  SIDE B: “The Naz” (Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded 1969, probably at TTG Studios, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA
  Engineered by Hank Cicalo and Greg Venable
  Produced by Abe “Voco” Kesh
  Released in the US on Pulsar 2405, 1969
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax and vocals) and Hal Blaine (drums).
   
  * Lifted from Love Is The Law Pulsar AR 10604
  * An e is added to Graham’s name for this release
   
   
Grahame Bond SIDE A: “Moving Towards The Light” (Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond)
  SIDE B: “Crossroads Of Time” (Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded 1969, probably at TTG Studios, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA
  Engineered by Hank Cicalo and Greg Venable
  Produced by Abe “Voco” Kesh
  Released in the US on Pulsar 2409, 1969
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax and vocals) and Hal Blaine (drums).
   
  * Lifted from Love Is The Law Pulsar AR 10606
  * Released as PROMO ONLY
  * An e is added to Graham’s name for this release
   
   
Grahame Bond SIDE A: “Water, Water” (Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond)
  SIDE B: “Stiffnecked Chicken” (Billy Gamble aka Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded 1969, probably at TTG Studios, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA
  Unknown engineer
  Produced by Abe “Voco” Kesh
  Released in the US on Pulsar 2415, 1969
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax, vocals), Harvey Mandel (guitar), Max Bennett (bass) and Eddie Hoh (drums).
   
  * Lifted from Mighty Grahame Bond Pulsar AR 10606
  * Released as PROMO ONLY
  * An e is added to Graham’s name for this release
   
   
Graham Bond SIDE A: “Walking In The Park” (Graham Bond)
  SIDE B: “Springtime In The City” (Graham Bond)
   
  Recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, London probably late October 1966.
  Engineered by Keith Grant
  Produced by Jon Hiseman
  Released in the UK on Warner Bros. WB 8004, January 30 1970
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, piano, alto sax, vocals), Dick Heckstall-Smith (soprano and tenor sax) and Jon Hiseman (drums).
   
  Also released in the following countries:
  France Warner Bros. WV 5139 (with picture sleeve)
  Holland Warner Bros. WB 8004 (with picture sleeve)
  Portugal Warner Bros. WB 8004 (with picture sleeve)
   
  * A plug for the upcoming Solid Bond album on Warner Bros WS 3001
  * UK issue released with both solid and push out centre
  * Portugese issue released with UK record
  * A German release is also rumoured to exist.
   
   
Ginger Baker’s Airforce SIDE A: “Man Of Constant Sorrow” (Trad. arr. Ginger Baker/Denny Laine)
  SIDE B: “Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech)
   
  Side A Recorded February 1970 at Olympic Studios, 117 Church Road, London
  Probably engineered by Andrew Johns or George Chkiantz
  Produced by Jimmy Miller
   
  Recorded by Ginger Baker (drums), Denny Laine (guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass, violin), Phil Seaman (drums), Remi Kabaka (percussion), Jeanette Jacobs (vocals), Graham Bond (alto sax) and Harold McNair (tenor sax, flute).
   
  Side B Recorded January 15 1970, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London
  Engineered by Andrew Johns & George Chkiantz
  Produced by Jimmy Miller
   
  Recorded by Ginger Baker (drums), Steve Winwood (organ, vocals), Denny Laine (guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass, violin), Phil Seaman (drums), Remi Kabaka (percussion), Jeanette Jacobs (vocals), Chris Wood (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax) and Harold McNair (tenor sax, flute). Later included unedited on the Ginger Baker’s Airforce double live album.
   
  Released in the UK on Polydor 56 380, March 20 1970
   
  Also released in the following countries:
 
France Polydor 2058 015 with picture sleeve (March 27 1970)
Norway Polydor 2058 015 with picture sleeve (April 1970)
Germany Polydor 2058 015 with picture sleeve
Belgium Polydor 2058 015 with picture sleeve
Spain Polydor 2058 015 with picture sleeve
Portugal Polydor 56 380 with picture sleeve
Singapore Polydor 56 380 with picture sleeve
Italy Polydor with picture sleeve
Japan Polydor DP 1724 with picture sleeve
South Africa Polydor PS 103  
New Zealand Polydor 2058 015  
Australia Polydor NH - 56 380  
US Atco 45-6750 *US PROMO released as "Man Of Constant Sorrow" in mono/stereo + a one-sided mono issue as well.
   
   
Graham Bond with Magick SIDE A: “Twelve Gates To The City” (Graham Bond)
  SIDE B: “Water Water” (Graham Bond/Diane Stewart)
   
  Side A recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Rick Grech (bass), John Morsehead (guitar), Keith Bailey (drums), Diane Stewart (percussion) and an unknown flute player.
  Unknown studio, probably spring 1970
  Unknown engineer.
  Produced by Graham Bond and Brian Shepherd.
   
  Side B recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Diane Stewart (percussion), Steve Gregory (tenor sax), Philip Chen (bass), Reg Isadore (drums) and an unknown guitarist.
  Winter 1971, probably Philips Studios, Stanhope Place, London
  Unknown engineer.
  Produced by Graham Bond and Brian Shepherd.
   
  Released in the UK on Vertigo 6059 042, April 30 1971
  Also released in Germany on Vertigo 6059 042, 1971 (with PS)
   
   
Bond & Brown SIDE A: “Lost Tribe” (Graham Bond/Pete Brown)
  “Macumbe” (Lisle Harper)
  SIDE B: “Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes” (Pete Brown/Phil Ryan/Taff Williams)
   
  Recorded May 5 - 11, 1972 at Manor Studios, Shipton on Cherwell
  Engineered by Tom Newman
  Produced by Bond & Brown
  Released in the UK on Greenwich GSS 104, July 14 1972
   
  Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Pete Brown (vocals), Diane Stewart (percussion), Lisle Harper (bass) and Ed Spevock (drums)
   
  Also released in France on Harvest 2C 006 93828, 1972 (with PS)
   
  * A German release is also rumoured to exist.
   


Compilations



... ...
Var. Art.2LPg/f“Riverside Giants Of Jazz” Riverside JET 1A-B  UK        11.62

”Manumission” (John Burch) from Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet’s “Roarin’ “ LP

Recorded by Don Rendell (tenor sax), Graham Bond (alto sax), John
Burch (piano), Tony Archer (bass) and Phil Kinorra (drums) at Star 
Sound Studios, London  August 29 1961


Var. Art.LP“Rhythm & Blues”Decca LK 4616UK 14.08.64 LP“Rhythm & Blues”Decca BLK 16 328-PGER 00.66 ”High Heeled Sneakers” (Robert Higgenbotham), ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond), ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon), “Little Girl” (Graham Bond) and ”Strut Around” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation Engineered by Gus Dudgeon Produced by Mike Vernon and Richard Lloyd Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) at Decca Studios, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London May 1964 “Early In The Morning” (Trad. arr.) and ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated Engineered by Jack Clegg Produced by Roy Lister Recorded by Alexis Korner (guitar), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) Johnny Parker (piano), Graham Bond (alto sax), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Ronnie Jones (vocals) at Decca Studios, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London, January 4 1963
Var. Art.LP“Gonks Go Beat”Decca LK 4673UK 02.04.65 LP“Gonks Go Beat”Decca BLK 16 413-PGER 00.66 LP“Gonks Go Beat”Decca LK 3673SA ??? LP“Gonks Go Beat”Decca SAL 1167 TAIW ??? LP“Gonks Go Beat”London LK 4673PHIL ??? CDCO“Gonks Go Beat”Decca LK 4673JAP 00.04 CD“Gonks Go Beat” & “I've Got A horse” RPM Retro 846UK 23.02.09 Soundtrack album including“Harmonica” (Marty Wilde) with the Graham Organisation Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, harmonica), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) at Decca Studios, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London August 1964 Possibly engineered by Gus Dudgeon Produced by Robert Hartford-Davis An US release is rumoured to exists..... Jimmy Page and Bobby Graham involved in soundtrack sessions
Var. Art.LP“Blues Now”Decca LK 4681UK 30.07.65 “Wade In The Water” (Trad. Arr.) with the Graham Bond Organisation. Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) at Decca Studios, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London August 6 1964 Probably engineered by Gus Dudgeon Produced by Mike Vernon and Richard Lloyd
Var. Art.LP“The Compositions Of Miles Davis” Riverside SR 7045 JAP 00.6? ”So What” (Miles Davis) from Don Rendell New Jazz Quintet’s “Roarin’ “ LP Recorded by Don Rendell (tenor sax), Graham Bond (alto sax), John Burch (piano), Tony Archer (bass) and Phil Kinorra (drums) at Star Sound Studios, London June 17 1961
Var. Art.2LPg/f“Rhythm & Blues”Decca DS 3103/1-2GER 00.70 “Hi Heel Sneakers” (Robert Higgenbotham), ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond), ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon), “Little Girl" (Graham Bond), ”Strut Around” (Graham Bond) and ”Wade In The Water” (Trad. Arr.) with the Graham Bond Organisation ”Early In The Morning” (Trad. Arr.) and ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner´s Blues Incorporated This album is a combination of ”Rhythm & Blues” (Decca LK 4616/RLK 16 328 P) and ”Blues Now” (Decca LK 4681)
Var. Art.LP”Supergroups Vol. 2”Polydor 2485 003UK 00.70 “Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce
Var. Art.LP“Blues Special”London SLC 295JAP 00.70 ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon), “Strut Around” (Graham Bond), ”High Heeled Sneakers” (Robert Higgenbotham), “Wade In The Water” (Trad. Arr.), “Little Girl” (Graham Bond) and “Long Legged Baby”(Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LPg/f“Alternatives”WB WS 1873US 00.70 "Neighbour Neighbour” (Alton/J. Valler) with the Graham Bond Organisation “Solid Bond” version
Ginger Baker2LPg/f”Pop History Vol. 8”Polydor 2668 002NZ ??? Includes ”Sweet Wine” (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey), ”Twelve Gates To The City” (Graham Bond), ”Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech), ”Man OfConstant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine) (unknown version), ”We Free Kings” (Ginger Baker) (unknown version), ”Toady”(Ginger Baker), ”Toad” (Ginger Baker), ”Let Me Ride” (Roebuck Staples) and ”Do What You Like” (Ginger Baker) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce
Var. Art.2LPg/f“Do It Rock”Vertigo SFL-9081-2JAP 00.71 Includes “The Magician” (Graham Bond) with Graham Bond
Ginger Baker2LPg/f”Pop History Vol. 10”Polydor 2668 002GER 00.71 Polydor 2494 104BRA 00.72 Includes ”Sweet Wine” (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey), ”Twelve Gates To The City” (Graham Bond), ”Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech), “Man OfConstant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine) (studio version), ”We Free Kings” (Ginger Baker) (unknown version), ”Toady”(Ginger Baker), ”Toad” (Ginger Baker), ”Let Me Ride” (Roebuck Staples) and ”Do WhatYou Like” (Ginger Baker) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce
Ginger Baker’s 2LP g/f"Pop History Vol. 18”Polydor2668 005GER 00.71 Airforce Includes ”Don’t Care” (Ginger Baker/Steve Winwood), ”You Look Like You Could Use A Rest” (Rick Grech), ”I Don’t Want To Go On Without You” (Bert Berns/Jerry Wexler), ”Early In The Morning” (Trad.arr. Ginger Baker), ”Do U No Hu Yor Phrenz R?” (Trad.arr. Ginger Baker), ”You Wouldn’t Believe It” (Ginger Baker/Denny Laine), ”Caribbean Soup” (Harold McNair), ”Toady” (Ginger Baker), ”12 Gates To The City” (Graham Bond), ”Sweet Wine” (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey), ”Da Da Man” (Harold McNair), and ”Aiko Biaye” (Remi Kabaka)
Var. Art.2LPg/f”Bombers”Polydor 2675 007UK 03.71 Includes ”Sweet Wine” (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce
Var. Art.LP“Rock Party”Polydor 2682 002UK 00.71 Includes ”Man Of Constant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce Probably studio version
Ginger Baker’sLP”Free Kings”Karussel 2499 018GER 00.71 AirforceLP”Free Kings”Karussel 2499 018NOR 09.71 Includes ”Do U No Hu Yor Phrentz R?” (Ginger Baker), ”We Free Kings” (Ginger Baker) (1st. version), ”Sunshine Of Your Love” (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown/Eric Clapton), ”Let Me Ride” (Roebuck Staples), ”Toad” (Ginger Baker), ”Man Of Constant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine) (live version) and ”Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech) Norwegian issue released with German sleeve
Var. Art.2LPg/f”Vertigo Trip”VertigoAUS 00.71 Includes ”My Archangel MIKAEL” (Diane Stewart) with Graham Bond
Alexis Korner2LPg/f"Bootleg Him"RAK SRAK SP 51UK 14.07.72 2LPg/f"Bootleg Him"WB 2X 1966US 00.72 2LPg/f"Bootleg Him"Metronome DALP 2/3101GER 00.72 2LPg/f"Bootleg Him"Columbia 3C 162-93509/10 ITA 00.72 CD"Bootleg Him"Castle CSC 7012GER 00.91 CD"Bootleg Him"Castle CLACD 291UK 00.92 CD"Bootleg Him"Castle ESM CD 806UK 20.11.99 2LPg/f"Bootleg Him"Get BackGET 565ITA 06.00 Includes ”Rockin’“ (Alexis Korner) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated. Recorded by Alexis Korner (guitar), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums), Johnny Parker (piano), Graham Bond (alto sax) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) at the Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London Thursday January 24 1963 for a BBC”Jazz Club” broadcast With 4 page insert on most issues Italian issue released with UK sleeve German CD with 16 page booklet
Ginger Baker’sLPSuperstars”PolydorNZ ??? Airforce Includes ”Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech)
Ginger BakerLP”The Best Of Ginger Baker" Karussel 2400 041GER 00.72 Includes ”Man Of Constant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine) and ”We Free Kings” (Ginger Baker) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce Unknown versions
Ginger BakerLPg/f”Pop Giants Vol. 10”Brunswick 2911521GER 00.73 Unknown tracks included
Ginger Baker2LPg/f”At His Best”Polydor 2659 023UK 04.73 2MC”At His Best”Polydor 3517 003UK 04.73 2LPg/f”At His Best”Polydor PD 3504US 12.73 2MC”At His Best”Polydor CF2 3504US 12.73 8 track”At His Best”Polydor 8F2 3504US 12.73 Includes ”Let Me Ride” (Roebuck Staples), ”I Don’t Want To Go On Without You” (Bert Berns/Jerry Wexler), ”Da Da Man” (Harold McNair), ”Sweet Wine” (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey) and ”Aiko Biaye” (Remi Kabaka) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce. ”Do What You Like” (Ginger Baker) is also included, but this could as well be the original Blind Faith version
Var. Art.2LPg/f”History Of British Blues Volume 1” Sire SAS 3701US 04.09.73 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.2LP box”World Of Blues Power” Decca XNU 375 016HOL ??? Unknown Graham Bond Organisation track included
Var. Art.2LPg/f”Hard Up Heroes”Decca DPA 3009/10UK 03.05.74 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”Blues Roots - British R’ n’ B”Decca Roots 6UK 00.76 Includes ”High Heeled Sneakers” (Robert Higgenbotham) and ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon) with the Graham Bond Organisation. Also ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner Blues Incorporated
Var. Art.LP”Medium Rare”Polydor 2182 381UK 00.77 Includes ”Man Of Constant Sorrow" (Trad.arr. Denny Laine) (studio version) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce
Var. Art.LP”Rock Invasion”London LC 50012CAN 00.78 Includes ”LongTall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”All Nighters”Mercury 6498 025 UK 00.80 MC”All Nighters”Mercury 7133 025 UK 00.80 Includes ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Ginger Baker’s 2LP g/f”Once Upon A Time”PolydorGER 00.80 Airforce Unknown tracks included
Ginger BakerLP”Rock Legends”RSO 2475 220AUS 00.80 Includes ”Sweet Wine” (Ginger Baker/Janet Godfrey), ”Twelve Gates To The City” (Graham Bond), ”Doin’ It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech), ”Man Of Constant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine), ”We Free Kings” (Ginger Baker) and ”Toady” (Ginger Baker) with Ginger Baker’s Airforce
Alexis Korner’sLP”Alexis Korner’s Blues IncorporatedBlues Incorporated”Teldec 624475GER 05.81 MC“Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated”Teldec 424475GER 05.81 Includes ”Early In The Morning” (Trad. Arr.) and ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated
Var. Art.LP”The Great British Blues, Barrelhouse and Boogie Bonanza 1962 – 1968”Decca TAB 53UK 12.82 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”The Great British Rhythm And Blues, Barrelhouse and Boogie Bonanza 1962 – 1968”Decca TAB 54UK 12.82 Includes ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon) and ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.2LPg/f”Made In Britain”Decca DPA 3093UK 04.83 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”The Sixties Lost & Found Vol. 2” See For Miles CM 123UK 12.83 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”The Sixties Lost & Found Vol. 3” See For Miles CM 126UK 12.83 Includes ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”Broken Dreams Vol. 7”Line OLLP 5398 ASGER 00.84 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson), ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond), ”High Heeled Heeled Sneakers” (Robert Higgenbotham), ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon), ”Little Girl” (Graham Bond), ”Strut Around” (Graham Bond), ”Harmonica” (Marty Wilde) and ”Wade In The Water” (Trad.Arr.) with the Graham Bond Organisation. Also included are ”Early In The Morning” (Trad.Arr.) and ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated Originally released on black vinyl with white sleeve, later on white vinyl with yellow sleeve
Var. Art.LP”The Soul Of British R’n’B 1962-1968”See For Miles SEE 67 UK 04.86 Includes ”Little Girl” (Graham Bond) and ”Strut Around” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation. Also ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated
Var. Art.LP”The R&B Scene Vol. 2 63-69” See For Miles SEE 73 UK 05.86 Includes ”Harmonica” (Marty Wilde) and ”Hoochie Coochie Man” (Willie Dixon) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.LP”Blues - The British Connection”Decca TAB 88UK 05.86 MC“Blues - The British Connection”Decca KTBC 88UK 05.86 Includes ”High Heeled Sneakers” (Robert Higgenbotham) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Pete Brown2LPg/f”Before The Singing Lessions”Decal LIK D7UK 03.87 Includes ”Lost Tribe” (Graham Bond/Pete Brown) and ”Mass Debate” (Pete Brown/Ed Spevock) with Bond & Brown The album also includes Brown and Friends’ version of the Bond & Brown tune ”Spend My Nights In Armour”
Var. Art.CD”The British R&B Explosion Vol. 1” See For Miles SEE 224UK 00.88 ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Alexis Korner’sCD”R&B From The Marquee . . . plus” Deram 8209862GER 00.91 Blues Incorporated ”Early In The Morning” (Trad.Arr.) and ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated are included as CD only bonus tracks
Var. Art.CD”As Years Go By”Deram 844 014 - 2UK 00.93 MC”As Years Go By”Deram 844 014 - 4UK 00.93 “Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Alexis KornerCD”The BBC Radio Sessions” Music Club MCCD 179UK 07.10.94 MC”The BBC Radio Sessions” Music Club MCTC 179UK 07.10.94 Includes ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated Although the sleevenotes claims this is a BBC recording, it’s in fact the ordinary Decca version
Var. Art.CDPop Inside The 60’s Vol. 2” See For Miles SEECD 399UK 00.94 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) and ”Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.CD”Rare 60’s Beat Treasures Vol.1” Gone Beat BT 77010 ISR 00.95 Includes ”I Saw Her Standing There” (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) and ”Farewell Baby” (Graham Bond) with Duffy Power with the Graham Bond Quartet. A semi legal issue
Var. Art.CD”Rhythm & Blues At Abbey Road”EMI 724349345324 UK 00.98 Includes an EMI audition version of ”Wade In The Water” (Trad.Arr.) (take 3) with the Graham Bond Quartet. Recorded by Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and John McLaughlin (guitar) at EMI, Studio 2, Abbey Road, London May 16 1963 Also “I Saw Her Standing There” (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)with Duffy Power with the Graham Bond Quartet
Ginger Baker2CD”Do What You Like” Polygram 314 558 542-2US 07.07.98 Includes the ”Ginger Baker’s Airforce" double live album, the single studio version of “Man Of Constant Sorrow” (Trad.arr. Denny Laine), the 1st version of the ”Airforce 2” album and ”Sunshine Of Your Love” (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown/Eric Clapton) from the ”Airforce 2” album, 2nd version
Var. Art.CD”The Mod Scene”Deram 844 549 - 2UK 00.98 Includes ”Little Girl” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.CD”The R&B Scene”Deram 844 798 - 2UK 00.98 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.CD”The Blues Scene”Deram 844 801 - 2UK 00.99 Includes ”Strut Around” (Graham Bond) with Graham Bond Organisation. Also included is ”Early In The Morning” (Trad.Arr.) and ”Night Time Is The Right Time” (Brown/Cadena/Herman) with Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated
Var. Art.CD”The Mod Scene Vol. 2”Decca 844 924 - 2UK 00.99 Includes “Long Legged Baby” (Graham Bond) with the Graham Bond Organisation
Jack BruceCD”Rock & Roll Survivor”Tendolar TDR 122ITA? 00.99 Bootleg which includes the Graham Bond Organisation EMI Columbia single ”Tell Me (I’m Gonna Love Again)” (Graham Bond Organisation) /”Love Come Shining Through” (Graham Bond Organisation). Also Jack Bruce and Friends’ “Theme For An Imaginary Western” (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown) from VPRO Piknik, Middelburg, Holland July 29 1971
Var. Art.CD”The Bronze Story”Castle ESDCD 817UK 01.00 Includes ”Moses In The Bullrushours” (Dick Heckstall-Smith/Pete Brown) from Dick Heckstall-Smith’s album ” Story Ended”
Var. Art.CD“Mod Classics”Fontana 5870422IT 00.01 This 6 track EP, which was only found with the weekly Italian magazine Zoo, includes “Wade In The Water” (Trad.Arr.) (1st EMI version) with Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.4CD”The In Crowd”Universal 5200492UK 23.04.01 Includes ”Little Girl” (Graham Bond) with Graham Bond Organisation
Var. Art.CD”The In Crowd”RPM 226UK 06.01 Includes ”Big Boss Man” (Smith/Willie Dixon) with Graham Bond Organisation
Duffy Power2CD”Leapers And Sleapers”RPMD 240UK 26.08.02 Includes the “I Saw Her Standing There” (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/”Farewell Baby” (Graham Bond) single with Duffy Power and the Graham Bond Quartet. Otherwise the original version of “I Saw Her Standing There” and an alternative take of “Farewell Baby. Finally three outtakes; “Shake, Rattle And Roll” (Charles Calhoun) and two Ray Charles tunes “I Got A Woman” and ”What’d I Say” “I Saw Her Standing There” (1st version), “Shake, Rattle And Roll” and ”What’d I Say” recorded at EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London February 20 1963 Engineered by Malcolm Addey Produced by Ron Richards “I Got A Woman” recorded at EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London February 28 1963 Engineered by Norman Smith Produced by Ron Richards “I Saw Her Standing There” (2nd version) and “Farewell Baby” recorded at EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London March 20 1963. Engineered by Norman Smith Produced by Ron Richards Recorded by Duffy Power (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and John McLaughlin (guitar) except for Big Jim Sullivan (guitar) on “I Saw Her Standing There” (2nd version) and “Farewell Baby”
John McLaughlin2CD”The Essential”LegacyUK 26.06.07 Includes “Doxy” (Sonny Rollins) with the Graham Bond Quartet
Var. Art.CD”Blues In White”Magic 3930646FRA 18.02.08 Includes ”Long Tall Shorty” (Don Covay/Herb Abramson) with the Graham Bond Organisation
  
  


Unreleased sessions, tapes & records



Brian Dee Quartet Unknown studio, possibly Philips Studios, Stanhope Place, London
Unknown engineer/producer
May 1961
Session for a planned Fontana single - “Wailing Zelda” and “Blues No. 5”

Brian Dee (piano) and Graham Bond (alto sax), probably with Malcolm Cecil (bass) and Tony Mann (drums)
  
  
Don Rendell Quintet Star Sound Studios, off Baker Street, London
Engineered by chief of Star Sound Studios
Produced by Ed Michel
June 17 1961

"Bring Back The Burch" (Graham Bond) and "Manumission" (Don Rendell)

The “Roarin'” album recorded on this date, but these two tunes were scrapped and re-done at a second session august 29
Don Rendell (tenor sax), Graham Bond (alto sax), John Burch (piano), Tony Archer (bass) and Phil Kinorra (drums)
  
  
Dick Heckstall-Smith Dick Heckstall-Smith´s house, Archway, London
& Graham Bond Between 1961 - 1963

Dick and Graham on saxes with unknown trombone player - possibly John Mumford - improvise music to be used by Dick's wife for ballet dancing
  
  
Don Rendell Quintet Unknown studio in Leyton, London
  Unknown engineer/producer
Between march - october 1962

Session for a planned EP, including "Frankincense" (Don Rendell )

Don Rendell (tenor sax), Graham Bond (alto sax), John Burch (piano), Tony Archer (bass) and Ted Pope (drums)
  
  
Alexis Korner´s Decca Studios, probably Studio 2, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London
Blues Incorporated Unknown engineer
  Produced by Roy Lister
January 4 1963

An eleven track session including "The Organiser" (Alexis Korner), "Philboyd Sturge" (Alexis Korner), "Everday I Have The Blues" (Memphis Slim), "Lonely I Am" (N.N.), "Money, Money" (Alan Caddy/ Don Charles?), "Early In The Morning" (Trad.Arr.) and "Night Time Is The Right Time" (Brown/Cadena/Herman)

Alexis Korner (guitar), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums), Johnny Parker (piano), Ronnie Jones (vocals), Graham Bond (alto sax) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)

Unreleased except for "Early In The Morning" and "Night Time Is The Right Time"
  
  
Graham Bond Test recording, EMI Studios, possibly Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London
Engineered by Norman Smith
Possibly produced by Ron Richards
Recorded late january/early february 1963

Session including "Roll ´Em Pete" (Big Joe Turner/ Pete Johnson), "Baby What You Want Me To Do" (Jimmy Reed) and "Cabbage Greens" (Graham Bond)

Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax), Alexis Korner (guitar) and the Velvettes (vocals)

Bond did otherwise record several tracks in a trio format with Bruce and Baker
  
  
Duffy Power EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London
with the Graham Bond Quartet Engineered by Malcolm Addey
Produced by Ron Richards
February 20 1963

Session for “Shake, Rattle And Roll” (Charles Calhoun) (2 takes), “What'd I Say” (Ray Charles) (5 takes) and "I Saw Her Standing There" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) (11 takes)

Duffy Power (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and John McLaughlin (guitar)

Master takes released on the Duffy Power 2CD compilation ”Leapers And Sleapers”
  
  
Duffy Power EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London
with the Graham Bond Quartet Engineered by Norman Smith
  Produced by Ron Richards
February 28 1963

Session for “I Got A Woman” (Ray Charles) (8 takes)

Duffy Power (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and John McLaughlin (guitar)

Master take released on the Duffy Power 2CD compilation ”Leapers And Sleapers”
  
  
Duffy Power EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London
with the Graham Bond Quartet Engineered by Norman Smith
Produced by Ron Richards
March 11 1963

Session for “I Got A Woman” (Ray Charles) (6 takes)

Duffy Power (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and John McLaughlin (guitar)
  
  
Johnny Burch Octet The Plough, Ilford Lane, Ilford
March 19 1963

A live recording including "I Remember Clifford" (Benny Golson), "Del Sasser" (Sam Jones), "Early In The Morning" (Trad.Arr.), "Moanin' "(Bobby Timmons/Jon Hendricks), "Immortal Ninth" (Jack Bruce) and possibly a Duke Ellington tune as well

John Burch (piano), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums), Graham Bond (alto sax), Stan Robinson (tenor sax), Mike Falana (trumpet) and John Mumford (trombone)
  
  
Graham Bond Trio The Plough, Ilford Lane, Ilford
March 19 1963

"Wade In The Water" (Trad. Arr.)

Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass) and Ginger Baker (drums)

So far the only surviving recording of the Graham Bond Trio
  
  
Duffy Power EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London
with the Graham Bond Quartet Engineered by Norman Smith
Produced by Ron Richards
March 20 1963

Re-make session for "I Saw Her Standing There" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) (11 takes). "Farewell Baby (Graham Bond) recorded as well at this date - an early take ended by mistake up on the Duffy Power 2CD compilation ”Leapers And Sleapers”

Duffy Power (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Big Jim Sullivan (guitar)

Master takes released on Parlophone R 5024
  
  
Graham Bond Quartet Audition, EMI Studios, Studio 2, 3 Abbey Road, London
Engineered by Norman Smith
Produced by Ron Richards
May 16 1963

Session including "Spanish" (Graham Bond) (10 takes), "It´s Happening" (Graham Bond) (5 takes), "Slippin´& Slidin´” (Graham Bond) (2 takes), ”Untitled Abbey Road Blues Instrumental ” (Graham Bond (1 take) and "Wade In The Water" (Trad.Arr.) (4 takes)

Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (double bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and John McLaughlin (guitar)

Unreleased except for "Wade In The Water" which is to be found on the CD “Rhythm & Blues At Abbey Road”
  
  
Ernest Ranglin and the 'G.Bs' Probably Chris Blackwell's “eggbox” studio, London
Produced by Chris Blackwell
Early april 1964

“Say When”

Ernest Ranglin (guitar), Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (bass) and Ginger Baker (drums)

Probably a planned Black Swan single as the track was mixed as pt. I & II
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Audition, Decca Studios, Studio 1, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London
Probably engineered by Gus Dudgeon
Probably produced by Mike Vernon
Mid april 1964

Session including "Cabbage Greens" (Graham Bond), "Long Legged Baby" (Graham Bond), "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon), "Wade In The Water" (Trad.Arr.), "Green Onions" (Booker T. Jones/Steve Cropper/Al Jackson/Lewis Steinberg), "High Heeled Sneakers" (Robert Higgenbotham) and "Honey Bee" (McKinley Morganfield)

Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, harmonica, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)

A good live in studio audition, only marred by Graham`s voicewhich was totally gone on this particular day!
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation The existence of a Decca EP and the Philips/Mercury 2LP
"Bond In America" are two Bond rumours who surfaced years ago

The EP rumour probably appeared when the 1974 book"British Beat" mentioned a Decca 1964 EP including the following tracks: "High Heeled Sneakers" (Robert Higgenbotham), "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon), "Little Girl" (Graham Bond), "Long Legged Baby" (Graham Bond) and "Strut Around" (Graham Bond)

Later on the EP was given the catalog number DFE 4616 and a release date, april 21. However - at that point the tunes weren`t even recorded!

It´s also worth mentioning that the Decca compilation album "Rhythm & Blues" - which later included the five tracks - had the catalog number LK 4616. A 1964 Decca EP would have been in their 8500 series...

The late Dick Heckstall-Smith had otherwise no recollection of this EP
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Jingles for pirate station Radio Caroline, London
Probably spring 1964

Session(s) set up through their manager Ronan O`Rahilly who also ran this radio station

Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Decca Studios, probably Studio 2, 165 Broadhurst Gardens, London
Probably engineered by Gus Dudgeon
Produced by Mike Vernon and Richard Lloyd
August 6 1964

"I Want You" (Graham Bond)

Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)

Tape lost
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Unknown venue
Recorded by Ken S. Mundy
Autumn 1964

A live recording including "Wade In The Water" (Trad. Arr.), "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon), "Long Tall Shorty", (Don Covay/Herb Abramson), "Queen Of Hearts" (Graham Bond), "Alcoholic Blues" (Graham Bond), "Spanish Blues" (Graham Bond), "Person To Person Blues" (McRae/Glover), "Green Onions" (Booker T. Jones/Steve Cropper/Al Jackson/Lewis Steinberg), "High Heeled Sneakers" (Robert Higgenbotham), "The First Time I Met The Blues" (Buddy Guy), "Little Girl" (Graham Bond), "Stormy Monday" (T-Bone Walker) and "What´d I Say" (Ray Charles)

Quite similar to the "Klooks Kleek" recording, though this recording includes two tunes not released commercially by the Organisation; "Queen Of Hearts"and "Alcoholic Blues"

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals, harmonica), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
Engineered by Keith Grant
Produced by Robert Stigwood
December 16 1964

"What Am I Living For" (Jay/Harris) (6 takes) recorded during sessions for "The Sound Of ´65" album

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
Engineered by Keith Grant
Produced by Robert Stigwood
January 4 1965

"Don´t Know" (Graham Bond?) (1 take) recorded during sessions for "The Sound Of '65" album

Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)

Tape probably lost
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
Engineered by Keith Grant
Produced by Robert Stigwood
June 30 1965

"Lease On Love" (Rick Minas/Mike Banwell) (8 takes) and "Passing Strangers" (Graham Bond?) (10 takes) recorded during sessions for "There´s A Bond Between Us" album. Work on "Lease On Love" continued the following day

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax, Mellotron), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals,), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)

"Passing Strangers" tape probably lost
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
Engineered by Keith Grant
Produced by Robert Stigwood
July 1 1965

"Cold Rain" (Ginger Baker) and "Positive" (Jack Bruce) recorded during sessions for "There´s A Bond Between Us" album

"Positive" is the original title for what later became"HHCK Blues"

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax, Mellotron), Jack Bruce (bass, vocals, harmonica), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Rayrik Studios, Chalk Farm, London
Engineered by John Timerly
Produced by Robert Stigwood
October 5 1965

"When Johnny Comes Marching Home" (Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore), "Good Good Loving" (Graham Bond) (2 takes) and "Only Sixteen" (Graham Bond) (1 take)

Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Mike Fallana (trumpet)
  
  
Trevor Watts Quintet & friends Little Theatre Club, Garrick Yard, London
January 3 1966

"Little Richie" (John Stevens)

Trevor Watts (alto sax), Graham Bond (alto sax), Paul Rutherford (trombone), Les Carter (flute) Jeff Clyne (bass), John Ryan (bass) and John Stevens (drums)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Probably Rayrik Studios, Chalk Farm, London
Engineered by John Timerly
Produced by Robert Stigwood
January 10 1966

"Down In The Valley" (Solomon Burke/Bert Berns) (2 takes)

Graham Bond (organ, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Mike Fallana (trumpet)
  
  
Gary Hamilton Probably Rayrik Studios, Chalk Farm, London
Engineered by John Timerly
Produced by Robert Stigwood
January 15 1966

"Electric Metric" (Gary Hamilton?) (4 takes) and "I´ll Never Get Over You" (Gary Hamilton?) (5 takes)

Recorded by Gary Hamilton (vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Mike Fallana (trumpet)

As the Organisation also was managed by Stigwood they were more or less forced into doing this backing session. According to Pete Brown surviving tapes proves that part of the band more or less sabotaged the session!
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
Engineered by Keith Grant
Produced by Robert Stigwood
June 30 1966

"Wade In The Water" (Trad. Arr.) (14 takes) and "Only Sixteen" (Graham Bond) (14 takes)

Recorded by Graham Bond (organ, vocals ), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) Mike Fallana (trumpet) and Jon Hiseman (drums)

Jon Hiseman to the editor:
“Two tracks were recorded and then we went to Ram Jam and played... it was my first day...no rehearsals...just in with both feet”
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Olympic Sound Studios, probably Studio 2, 117 Church Road, London
Engineered by Eddie Kramer
Produced by Jon Hiseman
Probably late October 1966

"Green Onions" (Booker T. Jones/Steve Cropper/Al Jackson/Lewis Steinberg), "Springtime in the City" (Graham Bond), "Can´t Stand It" (Graham Bond), "Only Sixteen" (Graham Bond), "Last Night" (Axton/Newman/Caple/Smith/Moman), Long Legged Baby" (Graham Bond), "Walking In The Park" (Graham Bond), "It`s Not Goodbye" (Graham Bond) and "Neighbour Neighbour" (Alton/J. Valler)

Graham Bond (organ, piano, alto sax, vocals), Dick Heckstall-Smith (soprano and tenor sax) and Jon Hiseman (drums)

Session for a Polydor album, but the deal fell through – tracks later included on the 2LP "Solid Bond" released in 1970
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Probably Dick James Music, 71-75 New Oxford Street, London
Unknown engineer
Produced by Larry Page
Late november 1966

Probably month for demo session "You Gotta Have Love Babe"

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Jon Hiseman (drums)
  
  
Graham Bond etc Barbara Thompson´s house, Wimbledon, London
Late 1966

Jam session - including "Improvisation"

Graham Bond (alto sax), Barbara Thompson (reeds), Jon Hiseman (drums), Mike Taylor (piano), Tony Reeves (bass) and Louie (congas)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation Unknown venue
Recorded by Ken S. Mundybr> Late 1966 or 1967

A live recording including "What´d I Say" (Ray Charles), "Can´t Stand It" (Graham Bond), "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" (Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore), "Last Night" (Axton/Newman/Caple/Smith/Moman), "Springtime In The City" (Graham Bond), "Only Sixteen" (Graham Bond), "Long Legged Baby" (Graham Bond) and "Green Onions" (Booker T. Jones/Steve Cropper/Jackson /Lewis Steinberg)

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Jon Hiseman (drums) with Big Pete Bailey adding percussion
  
  
Graham Bond etc Ladbroke Grove, London
1966 or 1967

Jam session

Graham Bond (alto sax), Jon Hiseman (drums), Mike Taylor (piano), Tony Reeves (bass) and Jack Masserik (alto sax)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation
Melody Maker reported early in 1967 that Graham Bond had signed a three year recording contract with Larry Page and the Page One label. First release would be the single"You Gotta Have Love Babe" on February 10, an album of religious music (!!!) would be released at Easter and later on a popular album and an EP called "Bond Is Blue" would follow. Apart from the "You Gotta Have Love Babe" single nothing more was ever released
 
  
  
Graham Bond & Jimi Hendrix etc Record Plant, 321 West 44th Street, New York, USA
Engineered by Gary Kellgren or Eddie Kramer
July 1 1968

Jam session

Jimi Hendrix (guitar) and Graham Bond (organ) - other musician taking part not known
  
  
Graham Bond & Jimi Hendrix etc TTG, studio B, 1441 North McCadden Street, Hollywood, USA
Engineered by Angel Balestier
October 27 and 29 1968

Jam sessions

Jimi Hendrix (guitar), Graham Bond (organ/piano), Andy Cahan (harpsichord), Jack Casady (bass), Lowell George (flute), Noel Redding (bass) and Mitch Mitchell (drums)
  
  
Wade & the Renegades Unknown studio, possibly TTG or RCA, Hollywood, USA
Late 1968

Jam session

Graham Bond (alto sax & piano), Jorma Kaukonen (guitar), Jack Casady (bass) and Jody Covington (drums)
  
  
Graham Bond & Grateful Dead Although Graham jammed with the Dead during his stay in California, it´s uncertain if anything was taped
  
  
Graham Bond Graham stated several times that he recorded a third album for the Pulsar label, but nothing has turned up yet
  
  
Rick Grech and Denny Laine Olympic Studios, Studio 2, 117 Church Road, London
October 1969 - february 1970

Graham was involved in sessions for a planned Polydor album by Rick Grech and Denny Laine and though "Rick Grech & Denny Laine" was set for a march 1970 release, material didn`t surface before two tracks were added as bonus to the German edition of the Blind Faith CD(!). As there no sax or keyboards audible, I doubt Graham`s involvence
  
  
Graham Bond Initiation Royal College Of Art, Kensington Gore, London
Possibly december 5 1969

A live recording including “Baroque” (Graham Bond), “Magic Mojo Blues” (Graham Bond), “Wade In The Water” (Trad.Arr.) and “Springtime In The City” (Graham Bond)

Graham Bond (organ, vocals, alto sax), Keith Bailey (drums) + unknown tenor player
  
  
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London
January 15 1970

Apart from the tunes released on the "Airforce" 2LP, "We Free Kings" and "40 000 Headmen" were also taped

Ginger Baker (drums), Steve Winwood (organ, vocals), Denny Laine (guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass, violin), Phil Seaman (drums), Chris Wood (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax), Harold McNair (tenor sax, flute), Remi Kabaka (percussion) and Jeanette Jacobs (vocals)
  
  
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Lyceum, Strand, London
March 29 1970

"The entire concert and rehearsals will be filmed, together with additional footage of the band off stage". The music press also said that Jimmy Miller would produce the accompaniment soundtrack album...

Ginger Baker (drums), Alan White (drums), Phil Seaman (drums), Remi Kabaka (percussion), Denny Laine (guitar, vocals), Rick Grech (bass, violin) Trevor Burton (bass, guitar), Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Harold McNair (tenor sax, flute, Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute) Bud Beadle (saxes), Eleanor Barooshian (vocals) and Jeanette Jacobs (vocals)
  
  
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Drittes Essener Pop & Blues Festival, Gruga Halle, Norbertstrasse, Essen, West Germany
October 22 1970

A live recording including "What A Day" (Steve Gregory & Ken Craddock), "Aiko Biaye" (Remi Kabaka) and "Do What You Like" (Ginger Baker)

Ginger Baker (drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion, vocals), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Colin Gibson (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (saxes), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Diane Stewart (vocals)
  
  
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Stadthalle, Offenbach, West Germany
December 18 1970

Live recording including “We Free Kings”, (Ginger Baker), “Don´t Care” (Ginger Baker/Steve Winwood), “Early In The Morning” (Trad. Arr. Ginger Baker) “Sunshine Of Your Love”,(Jack Bruce/Pete Brown), "Toady” (Ginger Baker), “Let Me Ride” (Roebuck Staples), “12 Gates To The City” (Graham Bond), ”What A Day” (Steve Gregory/Ken Craddock), “Aiko Biaye” (Remi Kabaka), “Instrumental Jam” and “Do What You Like” (Ginger Baker)

Ginger Baker (drums), Gaspar Lawal (African drums, percussion, vocals), Ken Craddock (organ, guitar, vocals), Colin Gibson (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, vocals), Bud Beadle (saxes), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Diane Stewart (vocals)
  
  
Ginger Baker´s Airforce Lyceum, Strand, London
February 1 1971

This gig was part of the long awaited Ginger Baker/Elvin Jones drum battle, originally to have taken place back in November 1970. Airforce joined in on their first number called "Improviations", before the real battle began. According to NME the drum battle and Airforce own set would be recorded for a proposed LP...

Ginger Baker (drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Colin Gibson (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (saxes), Johnny Haastrup (vocals), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Diane Stewart (vocals)
  
  
Ginger Baker´s Airforce The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield
February 20 1971

A live recording including "Do What You Like" (Ginger Baker) and “Doin' It” (Ginger Baker/Rick Grech)

Ginger Baker (drums), Neemoi Acquaye (African drums, percussion), Ken Craddock (piano, organ, guitar, vocals), Colin Gibson (bass), Steve Gregory (tenor sax, flute), Graham Bond (alto sax, organ, piano, vocals), Bud Beadle (saxes), Johnny Haastrup (vocals), Aliki Ashman (vocals) and Diane Stewart (vocals)

Last Airforce gig
  
  
Jack Bruce VPRO Piknik, Middelburg, Holland
July 29 1971

This concert was arranged by the radio station VPRO, who also broadcasted the event. As other Piknik events were repeated during the early 90´s, there´s a chance this one got the same treatment as well

Although not sure what was aired on radio or TV; the following tunes have at least surfaced on audio tape: "Smiles And Grins", "Letter Of Thanks", "Theme For An Imaginary Western", "You Burned The Tables On Me" and "Folk Song". All by Jack Bruce /Pete Brown

Jack Bruce (bass, piano, vocals), Graham Bond (organ), Chris Spedding (guitars), Larry Coryell (guitars) and John Marshall (drums)
  
  
Jack Bruce & Friends Hyde Park, London
September 4 1971

A live recording including "Letter Of Thanks" (Jack Bruce/ Pete Brown), "Detective Writer Daughter" (Carla Bley/ Paul Haines), "Politician" (Jack Bruce /Pete Brown), "Third Degree" (Eddie Boyd), "Powerhouse Sod", (Jack Bruce /Pete Brown) and "One Word" (John McLaughlin)

Jack Bruce (bass, piano, vocals), Graham Bond (organ, piano, alto sax, vocals), Chris Spedding (guitars), John Marshall (drums) and Art Themen (tenor sax)
  
  
Jack Bruce & Friends Milan, Italy
November 1971

A live recording including "You Burned The Tables On Me", "Smiles And Grins", "Politician", "Letter Of Thanks", "Detective Writer Daughter", "Powerhouse Sod" and "Sunshine Of Your Love". All by Jack Bruce /Pete Brown except "Detective Writer Daughter" (Carla Bley/Paul Haines)

Jack Bruce (bass, vocals), Graham Bond (organ, alto sax), Chris Spedding (guitars) and John Marshall (drums)
  
  
Graham Bond "Bond In America" Philips 6499 200/1
Proposed release 1971 or 1972

"This Is... Graham Bond - Bond In America" (Philips 6382 010) was originally planned as a double album containing both Pulsar LP`s. To Graham`s dissatisfaction the project ended up as a single compilation
  
  
Bond & Brown Radio broadcast, Paris, France
Probably july 1972

Unknown tunes

Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Pete Brown (trumpet, talking drums, vocals), Derek Foley (guitar), Lisle Harper (bass, congas, vocals), Ed Spevock (drums, percussion, backing vocals), and Diane Bond (vocals, congas, percussion)
  
  
Bond & Brown Greyhound, 175 Fulham Palace Road, London
August 6 1972

A live recording including “Got A Letter From A Computer” (Pete Brown/Jim Mullen), “Lost Tribe” (Graham Bond/Pete Brown), “Traveling Blues (The New Used Jew's Dues Blues)” (Pete Brown), “Love Is The Law” (Graham Bond), “Freaky Beaks” (Graham Bond) and “Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes” (Graham Bond/Pete Brown)

Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals), Pete Brown (trumpet, talking drums, vocals), Derek Foley (guitar), Lisle Harper (bass, congas, vocals), Ed Spevock (drums, percussion, backing vocals), and Diane Bond (vocals, congas, percussion) with Dave Brock (guitar) and Dave Thompson (soprano sax)
  
  
Graham Bond Organisation "Master Series" Deram 564 212-2 Holland
Proposed release june 1999

A cancelled CD bringing together "Long Tall Shorty", "Long Legged Baby", "Hoochie Coochie Man", "Strut Around", "High Heeled Sneakers", "Little Girl", "Harmonica" and "Wade In The Water" from the Decca period with "I Got My Mojo Working", "Spanish Blues", "Oh Baby", "Tammy", "Baby Be Good To Me", "Lease On Love", "St. James´ Infirmary", "My Heart´s In Little Pieces", "Early In The Morning" and "Walking In The Park" from the Columbia recordings

Graham Bond (organ, Mellotron, alto sax, vocals), Jack Bruce (bass, double bass, harmonica, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums) and Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax)


Graham Bond vs. sessions



Dudley Moore and Richard Rodney Bennett Pye, Nixa, Landsdowne and Levy Sound studios, London
Unknown engineers/producer
Probably autumn/winter 1960

”The First Orchestrations played by John Bassett and his band”
CD Harkit HRK CD 8054 UK 00.04

Graham with among others Dick Heckstall-Smith and Don Rendell took
part in sessions for this big band album. Recorded in 1960 it didn't see the light of day before 2004
  
  
Ernest Ranglin Probably Chris Blackwell’s “egg box” studio, London
Unknown engineer
Produced by Chris Blackwell
Early april 1964

As “the GBs’ ” Graham Bond (organ), Jack Bruce (bass) and Ginger Baker (drums) backed Jamaican guitarist Ernest Ranglin on two instrumental 7” releases:

SIDE A: ”Swing-A-Ling Pt. 1” (Ernest Ranglin)
SIDE B: ”Swing-A-Ling Pt. 2” (Ernest Ranglin)

Black Swan W1 417 - released in the UK in 1964
Released with both solid and push out centre

SIDE A: ”Just A Little Walk Pt. 1” (Ernest Ranglin)
        ”Just A Little Walk Pt. 2” (Ernest Ranglin)
SIDE B: ”So-Ho” (Ernest Ranglin)

Black Swan IEP 704 - released with PS in the UK in 1964

The EP sleeve states the songs as ”Swing-A-Ling Pt. 1 & 2” and ”So-Ho” rather than the record labels which goes for the titles above

In a late 90’s interview Ranglin said that Graham played on most of, if not all the UK produced Black Swan releases...
  
  
Winston G. Probably Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
If so, engineered by Keith Grant
Produced by Robert Stigwood
March 1965

SIDE A: "Please Don’t Say” (Charles Blackwell)
SIDE B: ”Like A Baby” (Jesse Stone)

Released in the UK on EMI Parlophone R 5266, april 9 1965

As the Graham Bond Organisation, Winston G. was also part of the Robert Stigwood prod. Both acts were to be found on the Stigwood organised Chuck Berry package tour which had taken place earlier in the year

Although it’s not really known who contributed to this 45, the record label credits Graham for the accompaniment direction on the A side. Ginger Baker gets a similar credit for the flip side. Dick Heckstall-Smith possibly involved as well
  
  
The Who Olympic Sound Studios, Studio 1, Carton Hall, Carton Street, London
Engineered by Keith Grant
A side recorded february 12 1966
Produced by The Who
B side recorded over the weekend march 11 – 13 1966
Produced by Robert Stigwood

SIDE A: ”Substitute” (Pete Townshend)
SIDE B: ”Waltz For A Pig” (Harry Butcher aka Ginger Baker)

Released in the UK on Reaction 591001, march 15 1966
Highest position on the chart: # 5

Also released in the following countries:

US     Atco    45-6409                       02.04.66
US     Atco    45-6409   PROMO                  00.66
US     Atco    45-6509   RE                  19.07.67
US     Atco    45-6409   1-sided PROMO          00.66
CAN    Polydor 42-1030
GER    Polydor 421 030   with PS
HOL    Polydor 421 030   with PS? (Does this issue exists?)
HOL    Polydor S 1200    with PS
IT     Polydor 421 030 F with PS
SWE    Polydor NH 59 715 with PS
GREECE Polydor NHH 2212
JAP    Polydor DP 1494   with PS
AUS    Polydor NH 591001
NZ     Polydor 421 030
SA     Polydor FM 7217


”Waltz For A Pig” is also to be found on the following EP’s:
”Substitute” Polydor EPH 60029  with PS    AUS
”Substitute” Polydor EPH 60029  with PS    NZ
”Happy Jack” Polydor EPH 50997  with PS    SPA

”Waltz For A Pig” is also to be found on the following LP’s: ”Exiting The Who” Polydor SLPM 1385 JAP 4.68 ”Instant Party” Instant Party WCF 736 bootleg 00.71 ”Who’s Zoo” TMOQ 62001 bootleg

Lack of US promotion force the Who’s management to break their contract with producer Shel Talmy. Instead of an ordinary release on Brunswick their new single,"Substitute”/”Circles”, is to be found on Robert Stigwood’s Reaction label. As Talmy has produced the B-side he veto the release, take the Who to the court and make them unavailable to record until the case is settled. The band do not want to loose money on their 5th single and therefore hire “session musicians”, the Graham Bond Organisation, for the flipside of their alternative Reaction release

The Organisation is credited as ”The Who Orchestra” on every 7” release, except for the German, Japanese and US ones + the Australian EP, where they’re simply credited as ”The Who”

“Waltz For A Pig” recorded by Graham Bond (organ), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor sax) and Mike Falana (trumpet)
  
  
Beverley/Denny Cordell Tea Time Ensemble Unknown studio, London
Unknown engineer
A side produced by Denny Cordell
B side produced by Keith Reid and Mia Cordell
Spring/summer 1967

SIDE A: “Museum” (Donovan Leitch)
SIDE B: ”A Quick One For Sanity” (Denny Cordell)

Deram DM 137      UK   07.07.67
Deram 45-DEM-7512 US   00.67
Graham appears on the B side playing groovy organ. The tune is in fact Graham’s very own “It’s Not Goodbye”, but done as a horn driven instrumental
  
  
The Fool Record Plant, New York, USA
Unknown engineer
Produced by Graham Nash and Graham Bond
Probably may/june 1968

g/f     ”The Fool”          Mercury SMLL 20138          UK   1.69
g/f     ”The Fool”          Mercury SR 61178            US  10.68
CD      “The Fool”          Polygram VSCD 710           JAP 00.97
CD      ”The Fool...Plus”   See For Miles SEECD 496     UK  00.98
CD      ”The Fool“          Rev-Ola CR REV 116          UK  21.07.05
PS      “Lay It Down”/”Rainbow Man”     Mercury 72896   US  00.68
        ”We Are One”/”Shining Light”    Mercury MF 1111 UK  00.68
        ”We Are One”/”Shining Light”    Mercury 72918   US  00.68

        “Rainbow Man”/”Lay It Down”/”Fly”/”No One Will Ever Know”
                            PROMO ONLY  Mercury MEP 91  US  00.68
Not album of the year – you'll spot Graham on e.g. ”Keep On Pushin'”
  
  
Harvey Mandel Grahams contribution recorded either at Western Recorders, Wally Heider or Amigo Studios, L.A., USA
Western Recorders > Engineered by Joe Sidore
Wally Heider Studio > Engineered by Chris Hinshaw
Amigo Studios > Engineered by Hank Cicalo
Produced by Abe “Voco” Kesh
Autumn 1968

    ”Cristo Redentor”        Philips 600 281       US  00.68
    ”Cristo Redentor”        Philips PHS 600 281   CAN 00.68
    ”Cristo Redentor”        Philips SBL 7873      UK  00.68
RE  ”Cristo Redentor”        Philips 6336 009      UK  00.70
    ”Cristo Redentor”        Philips 6336 009      NZ  00.70
RE  ”Cristo Redentor”        EG EGED 62            UK  11.89
CD  ”Cristo Redentor”        EG EGED 62            UK  11.89
2CD ”Mercury Years”          Mercury 528275        US  00.95
CD  “Cristo Redentor”        Raven RVCD 163        AUS 09.06.03

    “Cristo Redentor”/”Bradley’s Barn” Philips 40566 US  00.68
Graham - credited as Grahame Bond - adds voices to “Cristo Redentor” and piano to “You Can't Tell”. The whole album is otherwise to be found included on the 2CD Mandel compilation “Mercury Years”
  
  
Wayne Talbert and the Melting Pot/Tobias Wood Henderson
Graham is believed to been involved in Pulsar releases by Wayne Talbert and the Melting Pot (”Dues To Pay” AR 10603, 1969) and Tobias Wood Hendersen (”Blue Stone” AR 10605, 1969)
  
  
Screamin’ Jay Hawkins Recorded live at Club Amigo, Hollywood, USA
Engineered by Hank Cicalo
2nd engineers: Mark Harmon & Russ Schmidt Produced by Milan Melvin
June 23 & 24 1969
    ”...What That Is!”            Philips PHS 600 319   US   00.69
CD  “...What That Is!”            Verve 527490-2        FRA  12.12.95

Graham - credited as Grahame Bond - adds piano to ”I’m Lonely” and
”Stone Crazy”

Both tracks also released as single:
     ”I’m Lonely”/”Stone Crazy”   Philips 40606         US   00.69

The whole album is otherwise to be found included on:
2LP  ”Feast Of The Mau – Mau”     Edsel ED 252          UK   00.88
CD   ”Feast Of The Mau – Mau”     Edsel ED CD 252       UK   00.91
2CD  ”Spellbound! 1955 – 1974”    Bear Family BCD 15530 GER  03.12.90
  
  
Philamore Lincoln Probably Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, London
Engineered by Glyn Johns and Andrew Johns
Produced by James Wilder
Autumn 1969
     ”The North Wind Blew South”   Epic BN 26497        US   26.01.70
     ”The North Wind Blew South”   CBS                  UK   08.70
RE   ”The North Wind Blew South”   Epic BN 26497        US   00.00
CD   ”The North Wind Blew South”   Epic ESCA 7546       JAP  01.07.94
CD   ”The North Wind Blew South”   Grapefruit CRSEG 011 UK   14.02.10
Vocalist and drummer Philamore Lincoln was one of many musicians to sit in with Graham´s band after the departure of Jon Hiseman and Dick Heckstall-Smith. Though Graham does not get a credit, it’s no doubt him playing organ, piano and alto sax on “Blew Through”. The composers credit goes to Lincoln, but Graham is in fact the driving force behind this instrumental. Otherwise VERY Jimmy Page on “You're The One”...

The planned UK issue on CBS was cancelled
  
  
Dr. John Trident Studios, Trident House, 17 St. Anne´s Court, London
Produced by Dr. John and Charles Greene
July 1970
      
     ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Atco 33-362          US   31.08.71
     ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Atlantic 2400 161    UK   11.71
RE   ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Atlantic K 40250     UK   00.72
     ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Atlantic K 40250     GER  00.72
CD   ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Atlantic/Atco        JAP
CD   ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Atco 7567-80440-2    GER   2.94
CD   ”Sun, Moon and Herbs”        Wounded Bird WOU 322 US   02.04.02
Graham with among others Mick Jagger and Derek & the Dominoes took part in sessions for this album. Planned as a triple set, it finally appeared as a single album. Graham contributed alto sax to three tracks; ”Black John The Conqueror”, ”Pots On Fiyo (File Gumbo)/Who I Got To Fall On (If The Pot Get Heavy)” and ”Familiar Reality Reprise”
  
  
”Happy Hammond Party With Graham Bond At The Organ” Graham used to claim he was featured on a Hammond party album
Could possibly be true, but could also be what author Harry Shapiro calls a ”TGBS” – A Typical Graham Bond Story!
  
  
Dick Heckstall-Smith Manor Studios, Shipton on Cherwell
Engineered by Tom Newman, Peter Gallen and Geoff Young
Produced by Jon Hiseman
March 13 - april 1972
g/f     ”A Story Ended”           Bronze ILPS 9196      UK   23.06.72
8 track ”A Story Ended”           Bronze                UK   00.72
g/f     ”A Story Ended”           WB 2650               US   00.72
g/f     ”A Story Ended”           Island 86257 IT       GER  00.72
g/f     “A Story Ended”           Island 86257 I        SPA  00.72
        ”A Story Ended”           Bronze?               NZ   00.72
g/f     ”A Story Ended”           Bronze YS 2753BZ      JAP  00.72
CD      ”A Story Ended” + bonus   Sequel NEM CD 641     UK    5.93
CD      ”A Story Ended” + bonus   Sequel CMRC 962       UK   28.06.04
CD      ”A Story Ended” + bonus   Air AIRAC-1187        JAP  17.04.06
CD      ”A Story Ended” + bonus   Esoteric ECLEC 2137   UK   29.06.09

With lyric insert
You won’t get any nearer a 4th Colosseum studio album than this. Most of the ex-members were involved with other cohorts – including Graham. He contributes organ and vocals to ”Moses In The Bullrushours”, piano to ”What The Morning Was After” and organ & Moog to ”The Pirate’s Dream”
  
  
Var. Art. Probably Olympic Sound Studios, 117 Church Road, London
Unknown engineer/producer
October 1972
2LP g/f     "That`ll Be The Day"    Ronco MR 2002/3    UK       13.04.73
2 x 8 track "That`ll Be The Day"    Ronco              UK       00.732
CD          "That`ll Be The Day"    Ronco TETD 1/2     Bootleg  00.97

EP          "Long Live Rock"        Ronco MR EP001UK            00.73
In the autumn of 1972 MM reported that Graham was asked to write the music score to the "That`ll Be The Day" film. That didn't happened, but he contributed a lot to the final soundtrack. With among others Jack Bruce, Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Pete Townshend, Keith Moon, Ron Wood, Keith Richards, John Hawkins, Billy Fury and Viv Standshall on board, they recorded nearly an album side worth of music. The rest of the album was filled with with original hits from the 50`s

The bootleg 2CD include 4 additional tracks - all 50's material

The EP includes apart from its title track “Long Live Rock” - “A Thousand Stars”, “It’ll Be Me” and “Slow Down”
  
  
Camelo Pardalis Manor Studios, Shipton on Cherwell
Engineered by Tom Newman and Vic Smith
Mixed by Tom Newman, Steve York and Graham Bond
Remixed by Tom Newman, Tim Hinkley, Boz Burrell and Ian Wallace
Produced by Steve York and Vic Smith
Late 1972

"Manor Live"     Virgin V 2003     UK     25.05.1973
Graham involved in four tracks; "See The Light" (Elkie Brooks/Tim Hinkley) were he contributes organ and "Keep On" (Tim Hinkley), "Male Chauvinist Pig Song" (Steve York/Ollie Halsall) and "Do What You Feel" (Steve York/Mike Patto) where he plays alto sax. Diane Stewart otherwise gets a credit for backing vocals and congas in this cast-of-thousand Steve York organised session
  
  
The John Dummer Blues Band Unreleased Vertigo album
Rockfield Studios, Monmouth farm, Gwent, Wales
Engineered by Kingsley Ward
Produced by Fritz Fryer
1973

Side 1: “L.A. Lady”, “Sunny Wine Song”, “Short Haulline”, “Reach For Me”,
        “Goin’ Home”, “Bad Dream”
Side 2: “Good Rockin’ Man”, “Undying Love”, “Who’s Foolin’ Who”,
        “Stealin’ ” , “Keep It In My Mind”

John Dummer (percussion, vocals), Dave Kelly (guitar, vocals), Colin Earl (keyboards), Thump Thompson (bass), Pick Withers (drums) and Pete Emery (guitar) augmented with Graham Bond - sax on “Goin’ Home”, “Bad Dream” and “Who’s Foolin’ Who” - organ on “Undying Love” and “Keep It In My Mind”

According to Dave Kelly "Graham played really well, beautiful organ and sax" “Goin’ Home” was later re-recorded by Dave Kelly’s then current band The Blues Band - the album itself finally saw a release 35 years late!
CD  ”The Lost 1973 Album”    Angel Air SJPCD 276   UK  00.12.08
  
  



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