First band I know about Ivan was called The Continentals. They were a band from Norwich, in the early 60s. They had many different lineups, but one of them included superb vocalist Mike Patto.
and in 1966, they sign with Decca, changing their name to The News. This was the lineup that recorded two singles:The singles were: 'The entertainer' (1966) and 'I count the tears' (1966). After that, Andy Fields left, being replaced by Peter Miller: But they split very soon after the new recruitment.
Jody Grind was a band formed by Tim Hinkley around 1969. This was the lineup at the time their first album, One step on, was recorded:The band has no bassist, so a friend of them, Louis Cennamo, played in a few songs. Also appearing, David Palmer (arrangements). After the album, Zagni and Wilson formed a new band with Cennamo (who had just left Renaissance), called Bogomas: They didn't last too long together, and six months later, they parted ways.
Blue Whale was a new band formed by Aynsley Dunbar in 1969, only keeping Tommy Eyre from his former band (Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation):
And, sadly, I've never heard of Ivan Zagni again,
except for an Elton Dean released in 1997. Can someone help here, please?
I've heard he retired back to Norwich, but some years ago, he went to live
to New Zealand.
Blue Whale (1972; CD reissue: 1997) (with Aynsley Dunbar, Paul Williams, Tommy Eyre, Roger Sutton)
Elton Dean (Three's a company, two's a crowd, 1997 - although recorded sometime in the 70s)
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