BRYSON GRAHAM sessions
This is the list of the sessions I know Bryson Graham
appears... I've classified them into several categories:
Sessions with former/current bandmates
SESSIONS WITH FORMER/CURRENT BANDMATES
This album was produced by Gary Wright, who also plays
keyboards. He brought his band Wonderwheel with him to play here: Mick
Jones (guitar), Archie Legget (bass), Bryson Graham (drums).
This is the first solo album from guitarist in Girl.
Featuring brother Simon Laffy (bass, vocals), plus Tony Forsythe (bass),
John Taylor (bass), Dave Rose (keyboards), Bryson Graham (drums), Steve
Barnacle (drums), Slim Jim Phantom (drums, from Stray Cats), Rick Parnell
Money and the magic (1990, Die Laughing)
No, no, Bryson never played with Foreigner. It's only
that this 2CD compilation also has solo tracks from both Lou Gramm and
Mick Jones, and it also includes some Spooky Tooth tracks, featuring Bryson.
Just for completion, some other musicians appearing in the album that will
be covered someday in my Olympus: Ian Hunter (keyboards, vocals), Nils
Lofgren (guitar), Gary Wright (keyboards, vocals), Richard Cottle (keyboards),
Schuyler Deale (bass), Felix Krish (bass),
Dave Lebolt (keyboards), Eddie Martinez (guitar), Bob Mayo (keyboards),
Ian MacDonald (sax, flute), Mike Patto (vocals), Mark Rivera (sax), Chrissie
Stewart (bass), Terry Thomas (guitar, keyboards), Bruce Turgon (bass),
Mike Kellie (drums), etc.
Jukebox heroes: the Foreigner anthology (Aug 2000,
Rhino) (2CD) (compilation)
This album was recorded in 1974, and it was released
under a very small exposure. Fortunately, it has been reissued on CD with
many bonus tracks recorded some years later. The original tracks featured
Bruce Irvine (guitar), Nic Potter (bass) and Bryson Graham (drums). The
newer tracks feature Bob Weston (guitar), Morgan
Fisher (keyboards), the superb Norman Watt-Roy (bass) and the late
Charlie Charles (drums).
Mistaken identities (1974, ) (CD reissue: Angel Air,
A solo album by this fantastic keyboardist. Featuring
Snuffy Walden (guitar), the fantastic Janne Schaffer (guitar), Terry Wilson
(bass, guitar), Tetsu Yamauchi (bass), Tony Braunagel (drums), Bryson Graham
Dark saloon (1974, Island)
Exciting veteran from the 60s British r'n'b scene.
This album is full of great guests: Alexis Korner (vocals), Dana Gillespie
(vocals), Boz Burrell (vocals), Graham Jones (guitar), Martin Kershaw (guitar),
Mike Thompson (bass), Alan James (bass), Mike Giles (drums), Bryson Graham
(drums), Chris Bailey (drums), Pete Ahern (drums), Ray Cooper (percussion).
Sorry, I don't know who he is. This album features
Mickey White (guitar), Paul Hamilton (bass, guitar), Joe Dugan (keyboards),
Bryson Graham (drums), Jerry Barnett (drums), among others.
In Texas last December (1976, )
He's the legendary member of Traffic.
Fierce heart (May 83, )
One man mission (1984, Atlantic)
Fierce heart features Jim's mate
Steve Winwood, as well as Van Morrison, John Mizzarolli
(guitar), Peter Bonas (guitar, bass), Jim Leverton (bass), Chris
Parren (keyboards), Mel Collins (sax), Geoff Driscoll (sax), Martin
Drover (trumpet), Bryson Graham (drums), Ray Allen (sax), and vocals by
Stevie Lange, Simon Bell.
One man mission
features Steve Marriott, Carlos Santana (guitar), Neil Hubbard (guitar),
Snowy White (guitar), Peter Bonas (guitar), Colin Pincott (guitar), John
Giblin (bass), Jim Leverton (bass), Alan Spenner (bass), Chris
Parren (keyboards), Godfrey Wang (keyboards), Pete Harris (keyboards),
Bryson Graham (drums), Simon Kirke (drums), Orestes Vilato (percussion,
from Santana band), Ray Allen (percussion), and backing vocals by Stevie
Lange, Simon Bell, Kenny Lynch.
I don't have too much info about him. He's Nigel Planer,
using the "Neil" pseudonym. This album features Jakko (guitar), Dave Stewart
(keyboards), Jimmy Hastings (flute), Annie Whitehead (trombone), Bryson
Graham (drums), Pip Pyle (drums), Gavin Harrison (drums), and backing vocals
by Barbara Gaskin.
Neil's heavy concept album (1984, WEA)
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin
I always thought it was an unusual team, but it worked
quite fine, I must say. This album features heavy guests: Amanda Parsons
(vocals), Phil Miller (guitar), Jakko (guitar), Ed Poole (bass), Pip Pyle
(drums), Bryson Graham (drums), Andy Duncan (drums), Bill Bruford (percussion).
Up from the dark (1986, Rykodisk)
Musicians mentioned in this page that I have
projected to cover in my site someday:
And short tributes to:
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by Miguel Terol on: 17/September/2001. First published on: xx/xx/xx. Last
modified on: 17/September/2001.