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BAND LINEUP

Keyboard / Saxophone –

Graham Bond

Vocals / Drums –

Robert Cromwell Anson

There was a 3rd member of the band that played the 76 that night who is unknown if anybody can help.




The Graham Bond Organisation at The 76 Club

 at The 76 Club

YOUR MEMORIES OF THIS 76 CLUB GIG

Were you there or did you know somebody who went to this gig?

Do you have any additional information or facts?

Please email the details to: 76clubburton@gmail.com

BAND INFORMATION

The group were formed in London in 1964 with the line-up of Bond on Hammond organ, Jack Bruce on Bass, Ginger Baker on drums and. They were closely followed by John McLaughlin on guitar. They were soon joined by close friend Dick Heckstall – Smith on Sax. John Hiseman later replaced Baker on drums. Said to be, along we Alexis Korner, was one of the leading lights in the British Blues scene of the early 60s, Bond was always innovative and was one of the first artists to tour with a Hammond Organ and later a Mellotron. Bond was in various bands from late 60s until the early 70s and later played the 76 Club as Bond and Brown



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ALBUMS

The Sound Of ’65 (1965)

There’s A Bond Between Us (1965)



DID YOU KNOW?

The Graham Bond single “Lease On Love” recorded in 1965 is the first recording in popular music using a Mellotron. Manfred Mann’s “Semi-Detached Suburban Mr James being the first hit record over a year later.




WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Graham Bond died in 1974 aged 36.

Jack Bruce & Ginger Baker left to form Cream with Eric Clapton.

Hiseman & Heckstall – Smith left to join John Mayall then to form Colosseum.


DATES AT THE 76 CLUB

Sunday November 20th 1966

Sunday 18th February 1968