This is the list of the sessions I know Jimmy McCulloch appears... I've classified them into several categories:


Steve Ellis As we've read in the bio page, Steve Ellis tried to form a band with Zoot Money and Jimmy McCulloch. A single, produced by Chas Chandler, was recorded with: Steve Ellis (vocals), Jimmy McCulloch (guitar), Zoot Money (keyboards), Johnny Steele (drums, from The Animals), Howie Casey (sax) and the members of the band Eggs Over Easy. 
Tennent Morrison
I think it was a band comprised of John Tennent and David Morrison. The album Tennent Morrison must be their first album. It was recorded with several members of Stone the Crows (Jimmy, Ronnie Leahy, Steven Thompson, Colin Allen), plus Herbie Flowers (bass) and Clem Cattini (drums). In his second album, Keep it clean (as Joe Soap), we can find Gerry Conway (drums, later in Jethro Tull) and Mik Kaminski (violin, from ELO). 
Billy Lawrie
He appears in some album by Kiki Dee, Maggie Bell ('Suicide sal') and John Lodge. His first solo album contains the appearance of the whole Stone the Crows lineup (Maggie Bell, Les Harvey, Jimmy McCulloch, Steven Thompson, Ronnie Leahy and Colin Allen), plus Lulu, Kim Gardner (bass), Kenny Jones (drums, from Faces), and from Quiver: Tim Renwick (guitar), Bruce Thomas (bass), Peter Wood (keyboards). 
John Speedy Keen
Former bandmate in Thunderclap Newman, Jimmy plays in his two albums. Speedy Keen even had a temporary group with some members of Motorhead. Later he became a producer for Heartbreakers and Motorhead themselves.

Previous convictions was his first solo effort. A superb album (especially Jimmy, who shines at his best), featuring Jimmy McCulloch (guitar), Dave McDougal, Michael Mertz, Jim Pitman Avery (bass), Chrissy Stewart (bass), David Montgomery (drums), and arranger Martyn Ford.

Y' know wot I mean was his 2nd solo album. With Jimmy McCulloch (guitar), B.J. Cole (steel guitar), and several members of Crawler group: John 'Rabbit' Bundrick (keyboards), Terry Wilson (bass) and great drummer Tony Braunagel (drums).

The Country Hams They really were Wings (the Geoff Britton lineup) under a pseudonym. This was a track produced by Paul, and written by his father. 
Mike McGear

(scan courtesy of Alex Gitlin)

Mike McGear is Paul McCartney's brother, once a member of Scaffold. In this (his second one) album includes all the Wings members (Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Denny Laine, Jimmy McCulloch, with Denny Seiwell on drums), plus Gerry Conway (drums), Paddy Moloney (pipes, from Chieftains). 

Roy Harper Cult guitarist and singer, he usually has magnificent musicians willing to play in his albums. In this one, we can find then-current and former members of the Wings group (with Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Jimmy McCulloch and Henry McCullough), plus Alvin Lee, B.J. Cole, the superb Percy Jones (bass, from Brand X), Ronnie Lane (from Faces, and then with his own band Slim Chance), Dave Lawson (from Greenslade), Max Middleton (keyboards), Herbie Flowers (bass), Steve Broughton (guitar, keyboards), John Halsey (drums), Andy Roberts (guitar). 
Linda McCartney
This was the posthumous solo album by Linda McCartney. It includes tracks recorded along the years (from 1972 to 1998). Jimmy McCulloch plays in two tracks: 'Wide prairie' and 'I got up', both recorded in 1973. Other musicians involved are Paul McCartney (of course) and Wings members Denny Laine, Henry McCullough, Denny Seiwell, Joe English, Laurence Juber, plus Robbie McIntosh, Davey Lutton, Mick Bolton, Ian Maidman, Geoffrey Richardson, etc. 

Roger Daltrey This was the 3rd album from The Who singer. With important guests: Rod Argent (keyboards), Paul Keogh (guitar), Hank Marvin (guitar, from The Shadows), Mick Ronson (guitar), Alvin Lee (guitar, from Ten Years After), Eric Clapton, John Entwistle (bass), Phil Kenzie (sax, later in Rod Stewart band), Jimmy Jewell (sax), and Stuart Tosh (drums). 
John Entwistle
John Entwistle is the bass player in The Who. This was his 3rd solo album, with guest players like Peter Frampton (then in Humble Pie) and John Weider (ex-many bands: Bluesbreakers, Eric Burdon & The New Animals, Family, Stud. He deserves his own page in my Olympus).


Ricci Martin I don't know who he is. With members of Beach Boys (Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, and collaborators Ricky Fataar, Bobby Figueroa, Billy Hinsche, Van Dyke Parks), Chicago (Peter Cetera, Lee Loughnane, James Pankow, Walter Parazaider) and America (Gerry Beckley), plus Stephen Ross (guitar). 

Note: there is another James McCulloch, guitarist in Nick Gilder band. He played in 4 Nick Gilder albums, but as far as I know, they're not the same person. Besides, those Gilder albums were released after Jimmy's death.

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