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When a friend asked for guitar lessons, MacKintosh gladly obliged. He was terrific I knew it was for me. His music is dominated by an eclectic mix of cultures.

I'm not completely contemporary either. I sing a real mixture, songs I can believe in. Some songs, for instance, relate to the Scottish efforts to regain independence from England.

MacKintosh also played concertina, harmonica and the electric bagpipe in his shows. The electric bagpipe, he explained, "looks like a Walkman with a tube coming out of it.

People don't take it seriously. Audiences at his live performances and people picking up any of his dozen or so solo albums could expect to hear humour mixed with melancholy as he ran through tunes well suited for adults and children alike.

Hopefully they will listen and think about what they hear. Info From: www. Bobby MacLeod. He was a keen piper and was playing pibrochs by age He also became an accomplished melodeon player and formed a band with other local musicians to play local dances on Mull.

Bobby MacLeod died in January The band has made numerous TV appearances and radio broadcasts, and were regular hosts on the Hogmanay Scottish New Year party shows.

Widely regarded as leading the top Scottish Dance Band, Edinburgh's Iain Duncan MacPhail began 'playing' his father's button accordion at the age of four after discovering the instrument underneath his parent's bed!

Sadly Iain died in Their name was inspired by the 'Prince Buster' hit of the same name. They achieved 32 UK hit singles including the 1 'House of Fun' and an almost consecutive string of 16 top ten hits.

Madness found the top ten with 7 of their 14 UK hit albums and the 1 spot twice. They spent more weeks on the UK chart in the s than any other group.

From they began a decline which would result in their ultimate demise in , Suggs becoming a TV presenter and releasing some solo work, however they reformed in for two shows at London's Finsbury Park, repeating the feat in successive years.

The Magic Lantern. Note - They dropped the 's' suffix to their name around when they played the ballroom. Mahatma Kane Jeeves.

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Two remarkable dates are Thursday 5th October - they were supported by Judas Priest and on Monday 23rd July they were supported by Queen!

Their name was shortened to simply 'Mahatma' around February 20th Tommy Makem. In Tommy left to commence a solo career and performed at the ballroom twice in the first of these supported by Billy Connolly.

In he began another Clancy association when he began performing with Liam Clancy, recording several times as 'Makem and Clancy' until when he decided to go solo again.

Tommy still performs and records from his adopted home of Dover New Hampshire. Makossa were based in Edinburgh and played many prestigious venues.

Mama's Little Children. Exclusive autobiography from Graham Jones:. We both had a love of the music of that time. I was trying to teach myself the bass guitar.

With three of his friends, namely Dave Ward singer and two others one of whom was called Scott Wolstenholme drums , we started to practice and form a group.

We never played any paying gigs, just practiced. Scott and the other lad then left and were replaced by two new members sorry but cannot remember their names.

Leeds at that time was not well known for producing top class groups, the exceptions were The Cherokees , The Cresters and last but not least the fantastic Dawnbreakers who were our heroes and who we met up with a number of times in the coming years.

A new drummer and guitarist were found. I cannot remember the drummers name but the guitarist was called Derek.

Our groups name was The Dakotas. After about a year the drummer left to join The Apaches Harrogate and he was replaced by David Kerr now the comedian Charlie Chuck who was to be our final drummer.

Mick Bryant then left and he was replaced by John Shaw lead guitar and trainee sax. By now we were fed up with playing in working mens clubs and wanted to play to younger audiences.

Musically we changed to soul and tamla songs and now started to play dance halls, youth clubs, ice rinks and pubs like the Fforde Green which were well known for live music.

At this point as Mick was no longer in the band I acted as Manager and, as I was now 17 years old with a driving licence, I drove our new acquired Commer van.

By now we were playing gigs nearly every night of the week and still holding down day jobs. After a while our rhythm guitarist left us and Mick rejoined which gave us two quality guitarists.

We were all keen except John to turn fully professional and so the rest of us went to audition for a contract to play in Germany.

We passed and two weeks later had given up our jobs and were on the ferry to Germany. We returned to England in February and started the grind of one nighters all over the UK.

We also added an organist to our line up, Brian Sture later to play bass in Pickettywitch. The agent said we might cause a riot???? I did not want to return to Germany and at this point the band split up.

Those were great times in a great era. All the best. Graham Jones. In , John McCoy arrived at the Mama's Little Children guitarist auditions only to find he was too late as the post was filled, so he auditioned on a bass that was there, filled that vacancy and went down the nearest music shop to trade-in his six string and AC30 for a Fender Precision and a Selmer Goliath Rig!

He was now a professional musician! T hey toured the US military bases as a soul review with go-go dancers playing a catalogue of Stax soul material while in the German clubs like the Star Club in Hamburg, they ditched the dancers and played a rock set of Who , Stones, Chuck Berry etc and released one obscure single.

John had to quit around a year later though because he was legally under-age! After returning from Germany when they split around , David Ward continued entertaining for many years as a successful and popular club-land vocal entertainer by the name of 'Bartholomew'.

He now runs Goldring Photography in Wakefield which he established around Man To Man. The first phase was with Paul Jones who left the group in the summer of He was replaced by Mike D'Abo which marked the beginning of an equally successful second round of chart hits.

The band had been started by Manfred Mann shortly after his arrival in Britain in He had joined up with percussionist Hugg to produce the jazz and blues group 'Mann Hugg Blues Brothers'.

However after expansion of the group to a five piece, they simply became Manfred Mann taking their name from the enigmatic keyboard player.

Although their first singles didn't chart, success came with '' which was co-written by Jones, Hugg and Mann. A stream of hits followed including two number ones, the second of which coincided with the departure of Paul Jones.

He had decided that his future lay in a solo career but, although starting reasonably well, it turned out not to be a wise move.

However, it was the lead singer of the hitherto unsuccessful 'Band Of Angels' that got the job. This was a traumatic time for the group because they had to sustain the loss of Vickers as well as Jones; they also changed their recording label to Fontana and added bassist Klaus Voorman.

They didn't have to worry for long. The latter record had originally been entitled 'Semi-Detached Suburban Mr Jones', but they had modified the name in case any fans thought it was an intended slight against their former harmonica playing vocalist.

By the end of the s the group split up despite their continued commercial success. In the s they reformed much of the original line-up, though notably without Mann, as 'The Manfreds'.

Mangas Colorado. A good tight band who only lasted about 9 months, due in part perhaps allegedly, by personalities?.

Kelly Marie. Whilst it missed out on the chart honours in the UK, where artists such as Tina Charles were established as the reigning disco divas, it powered its way into the charts across Europe, earning Kelly her first gold disc award in France.

When Manny Charlton was asked why their band was called the Mark V, his reply was: "I don't know where the name Mark V came from, we either had four or six guys in the band never five", although this is patently incorrect there were five at one time.

I'm indebted to Gerry Macpherson for some of the detail above. Bill Irving was later replaced by Graham Knight.

The band now changed their name to 'The Marmalade' - the manager's idea - and they carried a Robertson's Jam 'Golly' trademark on the bass drum skin.

Often disparaged as the Scottish Tremeloes this was a grossly unfair tag. After 'Reflections', their biggest hit, and the follow up album Junior left to take up a place at the Royal College of Music and was replaced by the talented songwriter Hugh Nicholson from The Poets.

At one point they turned down the opportunity to record 'Everlasting Love'! Whitehead was sacked at the end of at the instigation of Nicholson and replaced by his mate from his former band, Dougie Henderson.

Ford was quoted at the time as saying Whitehead could be recognised around town by the big footprint on his bum.

In the notes to 's double CD covering the Decca period Ford expresses regret at this handling of the affair. With Nicholson in the driving seat a sense of fun returned to the band's sound with hits such as 'Cousin Norman' and 'Radancer' but they also wanted to be taken seriously as an albums band and the second Decca offering 'Songs' is well worth having for numbers like 'Empty Bottles and 'Bad Weather' alone.

The latter was a Nicholson composition from his days with the Poets. Around this time, 'The' was dropped from the name, but Marmalade could not shift LPs and Nicholson left.

In an interview with the NMS's Fred Dellar he said that the singles band tag was just too strong to fight. We don't suppose that a lightweight name like 'Marmalade' helped either in that 'heavy' era.

Before Nicholson got out, Pat Fairley left to manage the publishing catalogue. A period of inactivity on the recording front ensued while Mike Japp, was enlisted to replace Nicholson.

New singles were issued 1n but failed to chart. Knight then left having recorded most of the 'Our House is Rocking' LP' which seems to have been delayed for a year.

Marmalade were at one time touring as a three piece until Joe Breen once of the Dream Police came in on bass.

The hits failed to return and next thing there were two versions of the Marmalade were on the road, Knight having started up the 'Vintage Marmalade' to knock out the old hits in contrast to the official band with their heavier act.

Eventually in '75 Dean Left to go solo and Knight was left the name and a clear field. However, here he was on guitar. He used to come out from behind his kit in his Dream Police days to do a version of Joni Mitchell's Carrie on acoustic guitar.

He must have preferred drumming to strumming for the following year saw him on a drum stool again in Blue and Garth Watt-Roy took his place for the LP released on the strength of the 'Seams' hit.

For 's LP '.. The line up has varied from time-to-time over the years since but Newman, Knight and associates are still operating today. Alan Whitehead went into nightclub ownership.

Later he moved to LA and was running a chauffeured limo service there. Junior Campbell is from the back of his solo album 'Second Time Around'.

After a couple of decent singles, his solo career went flat. Info by courtesy of www. The Brian Marshall Foundation.

Brian Blellock emigrated to New Zealand in the early seventies. The Marshmallow The Marshmallow were sacked from their residence at the Kinema on New Years Day when their keyboard player Colin Bates played 'The Sash' to an audience including a couple of bus loads of Glaswegians!

Cecil Hunter was none too pleased and mayhem ensued. He died after a boating accident in Al Matthews. The first time he ever laid eyes on a stage, he was on it.

He was the groom; another little girl was the bride. He remembered the sound of applause, got hooked and has been ever since. He spent six years in the United States Marine Corps and holds thirteen combat awards and decorations, including two purple hearts.

He was the first black marine in the first marine division in Vietnam, to be meritoriously promoted to the rank of sergeant and served with Kilo battery, fourth battalion, 11th Marines, First Marine Division, of that he is very proud.

Pierre and Al have been writing together ever since. He was the first black voice on BBC Radio 1. Edinburgh-based covers band 'Maxi's Taxi' started as a three-piece in early , playing at the Clermiston Inn before moving on to tour the dance hall scene with new recruits Dino Casser on vocals and his cousin Tony Brown on sax.

The name had no particular significance beyond they thought it sounded 'catchy'. They were taken under the management of Tommy McDonald who also managed Edinburgh band ' The Reflections ' who appeared on Opportunity Knocks and their road crew consisted of a Road Manager and two Roadies not to mention a Fan Club Secretary to handle all their affairs.

They loved playing the Kinema "a great venue" where they always got a great reception. Albums : May Blitz Second of May His powerhouse drumming suited this heavy rock act's loud aggressive sound, which was liberally laced with echoed feedback guitar.

The group was known for their heavy, blues-tinged, lumbering progressive rock style, typical of the era. They soon came to the notice of progressive label Vertigo Records who saw May Blitz as being in the same vein as Black Sabbath and Uriah Heep , both of whom were signed to the label.

Their debut self-titled LP was released in mid and contained seven lengthy self-composed tracks, distinguished by the use of echoed feedback guitar playing from Black.

Just over six months later, in early , they released their second LP, "The 2nd of May" which again came in a highly collectable gatefold sleeve.

However, the eight tracks, again, mostly written by all three members, failed to live up to the power and excitement of the first album and so shortly after its release they disbanded.

Jamie Black went on to play with F. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. John Mayall was born 29th of November in Macclesfield, a small English village near the industrial hub of Manchester--a far cry at that time from the black American blues culture we are familiar with today.

The eldest of three from humble working class origins, and in the shadow of WWII, this skinny English lad grew up listening to his guitarist father's extensive jazz record collection and felt drawn to the blues.

Strongly influenced by such greats as Leadbelly, Albert Ammons, Pinetop Smith, and Eddie Lang, from the age of 13 he taught himself to play and develop his own style with the aid of a neighbour's piano, borrowed guitars, and second-hand harmonicas.

John Mayall's first brush with fame, however, was not for his music. As a teenager, he decided to move out of the house, and, showing the signature eccentricities and artistic qualities that have added to his legendary status, he moved into his backyard tree house.

This gained him notoriety enough to receive newspaper attention. Even more so, since, upon returning from a stint in Korea, he brought his first wife Pamela to live with him there.

From an art college training, to three years with the British Army in Korea, to a successful career in graphic design, his blues singing and playing took a back seat until he reached the age of From until , John was performing publicly on a part-time basis fronting The Powerhouse Four and, later on, The Blues Syndicate.

Alexis was quick to encourage and help John make his move to London where he soon secured enough club work to be able to turn professional under the name John Mayall's Bluesbreakers.

After a couple of years and a constant turnover of musicians, he met his soul mate in Eric Clapton, who had quit the Yardbirds in favour of playing the blues.

This historic union culminated in the first hit album for the Bluesbreakers and resulted in worldwide legendary status.

After Clapton and Jack Bruce left the band to form Cream , a succession of great musicians defined their artistic roots under John's leadership, and he became as well known for discovering new talent as for his hard-hitting interpretations of the fierce Chicago-style blues he'd grown up listening to.

As sidemen left to form their own groups, others took their places. As Eric Clapton has stated, "John Mayall has actually run an incredibly great school for musicians".

Mick Taylor went on to play with The Rolling Stones. In , with his popularity blossoming in the USA, John caused somewhat of a stir with the release of a drummer less acoustic live album entitled "The Turning Point", from which his song "Room To Move" was destined to become a rock classic.

He received a gold record for this album. Attracted by the West Coast climate and culture, John then made his permanent move from England to Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles and began forming bands with American musicians.

The year proved to be a pivotal, transitional, and climactic year for John Mayall, both personally and professionally.

With the public climate being at an all-time low for blues music, Mayall struggled to keep his live and recording career afloat. Determined to rise from the ashes, Mayall persevered.

A whole new generation of followers could get a taste of how it all sounded live two decades before at the birth of the British Blues explosion. By the time Mick and John had returned to their respective careers, public reaction had convinced Mayall that he should return to his driving blues roots.

Officially launched in , it included future stars in their own right, guitarists Coco Montoya and Walter Trout, as well as drummer Joe Yuele, who is still john's rhythmic mainstay.

In , Texas guitarist Buddy Whittington joined the Bluesbreakers and over the years he has energized the band with his unique and fiery ideas.

Making his recording debut on Mayall's "Spinning Coin" album, he proved to be more than equal to following in the footsteps of his illustrious predecessors.

After that, they released two modern classics: "Blues For the Lost Days" and "Padlock On The Blues", the latter co-produced by John and his wife Maggie, featuring a rare collaboration with the great blues legend John Lee Hooker, who had been Mayall's close friend since the early 60's.

These albums have all garnered great reviews, critical and popular acclaim and represent Mayall's ongoing mastery of the blues and his continuing importance in contemporary music.

They are "Time Capsule" containing historic live tapes-no longer available , "UK Tour 2K" live recordings from the Bluesbreakers British tour , and a selection of solo performances from John entitled "Boogie Woogie Man".

Mayall continues to strive to remain true to the timeless music that first inspired this skinny young British lad, living in the shadow of WWII, to teach himself the guitar, harmonica and piano so many years ago.

This millennium has proved to be as productive so far. In Mayall with the Bluesbreakers, again produced by David Z. Ian McCalman - voclas, guitar, weirdolin , bodhran Hamish Bayne - vocals, mouth organ, flageolet Derek Moffat - vocals, guitar.

Nick Keir - guitar, mandolin, flageolet , mouth organ, vocals Stephen Quigg - guitar, mouth organ, bodhran, vocals. Conversation led to the discovery of a common interest in folk music which led to the formation of a band with which they would accomplish great popularity both on the Scottish folk music scene and worldwide for over forty years.

They developed a style characterised by a tight three-part harmony vocal, virtuoso instrumentalism and a dry self-deprecating wit.

In , Nick Keir formerly with Finn mac Cuill replaced Hamish Bayne who left to make concertinas and Stephen Quigg replaced Derek Moffat during a period of illness from which he never recovered.

Derek died, aged 54, on the 21 st of October Lyn and Graham McCarthy. They wrote original songs, performed covers and adapted traditional material.

Later: Rab Howat - guitar. He then formed 'The Chris McClure Set' who played at the ballroom once in '67 and again in '68 before they returned as 'The Chris McClure Section' in 69 and continued until at least if not By Chris McClure had a solo career on the social club and cabaret circuit as 'Christian'.

George McCrae. His first smash, 's Rock Your Baby inspired the disco soul sound that became prevalent on radios and dance floors of the seventies.

Other singles followed but couldn't hit the dizzy heights of his earlier success. He continues to write and perform to sell out concerts around the world.

Alastair McDonald. Never one to be easily tied down to pigeon-hole categories, he is probably best known as " You will find Alastair McDonald equally at home in a jazz club, folk club, variety show, theatre, concert hall or Church - not because he tailors his performance to the venue of the moment, but rather, as a confessing Christian, believes that a solid, entertaining, wholesome, uncompromising, thought provoking repertoire should know no bounds or require an apology wherever it may be performed.

Glasgow born, in , Matt McGinn became one of the most important, influential and popular topical songwriters in the UK.

After gaining a diploma in economics and political science, he trained as a teacher and taught in Rutherglen for three years. He entered the folk business after winning a song contest with a song entitled "The Foreman O'Rourke.

His involvement in the folk revival of the 's was soon augmented by a career as a humourist and playwright while he also had passionate political beliefs.

He was a prolific songwriter, especially of songs concerning his experiences of life in Glasgow. Matt died on January 6th as a direct result of smoke inhalation and although his parents brought him up to be a Roman Catholic he later abandoned religion.

The large congregation at his funeral sang the Communist anthem 'The International'. Fraser McGlynn and his Broadcasting Band.

Fraser McGlynn was born and brought up in the village of Tarbert in Argyll. He started playing the button key accordion at the age of Teaching himself both to play and read music, he won the Scottish Accordion Championship at Perth in and again in His band was formed in and they passed the BBC broadcasting audition the following year.

Regular broadcasts followed and in the early s they recorded two LPs with Scotia. The band travelled extensively, playing at dances, concerts and accordion clubs.

Of the original band members, sadly Duncan Mackay and Willie Robertson are no longer with us. Davie Scott has long since retired but Sandy Black has come out of retirement to play bass in Fraser's youngest son Ryan's broadcast band.

Fraser still plays regularly as a duo with his oldest son Kevin on drums, but has more or less retired from the accordion club scene - he concentrates his musical efforts now more on tuition.

Info from www. Jim McHarg born James McHarg in in Glasgow started playing drums then played banjo before specialising in double bass.

He moved to Canada in and returned to the UK in early In he worked with Dick Charlesworth for a few months and then formed his own band in He then toured for a year before emigrating to Canada, where he lived and played in Vancouver, then in Toronto from the late s.

A Glaswegian of Highland and Irish descent, his lifetime involvement in song, ballad and poetry is reflected in his singing, collecting and songwriting.

His early years as a radio and television technician and later as a Modern Studies teacher, coupled to his passion for the outdoors have in diverse ways fueled and complemented his central interest in folk music.

He has an extensive repertoire and has sung at clubs and festivals in most corners of Britain and Ireland and more recently in the USA. Robin McKidd.

Rab Noakes was known to fill in on vocals occasionally. The latter was written by fellow Scot, Donovan who also plays guitar on the recording.

They also had Jimmy Page of 'Led Zeppelin' of course playing guitar on some of their discs and supported 'The Beatles' on some of their Scottish dates.

Sadly Sheila died December aged Monaghan had both been uilleann pipers, though Pat himself began playing tin whistle, fiddle and piano before taking up the pipes in the s.

In the following decade he dominated the All-Ireland pipes championship, winning the title on six occasions. Naturally, he was an original member of the NPU and was the first person to be recorded by Brendan Breathnach who had set himself the task of taping all pipers present.

His own first album appeared in , but the only one currently available is Autumn Apples where, in part he uses a full set of Egan flat pipes from the midth century.

Other pieces include the grand lament from Co. Info From: thereelbook. The McPeakes. The McPeake family of Belfast were one of the few Irish pre-ballad boom groups.

That they were better-known abroad than at home is illustrated by a story told about a conversation between Bob Dylan and Bono of U2 in The legendary singer asked what Bono thought of the McPeakes.

The Dublin-born Bono had never heard of them. The group was built up around the grandfather, Francis I, who had studied pipes under the blind Galway piper John Reilly, and had won prizes at the Belfast Feis and the Oireachtas.

His musical career began as a triangle player in a flute band of which his brother John was a founder member, around He acquired a set of O'Mealy pipes and developed the unique facility of being able to sing and play at the same time, a combination repeated with great success by The Fureys and Planxty albeit using both a vocalist and piper.

They have also performed in Moscow. Other admirers included Van Morrison and John Lennon who once asked Francie to teach him the uilleann pipes and almost bought a set from him.

The group featured vocals, two uilleann pipes, two harps, banjo, guitar and tin whistle. Their most famous song, 'Will Ye Go, Lassie Go', written by Francis Senior, was recorded by The Clancys and The Byrds in the s and Rod Stewart after copyright hiccups were sorted out in the s, but they also passed other folk songs on into the tradition.

Another song they performed, 'Purple Heather', was recorded by Van Morrison. Francie II suffered an accident to his right hand in the early s which meant the end of his career as a full-time performer, but he never gave up playing altogether.

Although the group ceased to play for some time after the death of Francis I in , they formed a new line-up in the s which did club work in the North.

Morris McPhillips. They toured Britain and Europe during the s and recorded a number of albums. Their repertoire contained mostly Celtic Irish and Scottish traditional music with some English music too.

Advance promotional copy with the sides reversed. A five piece UK band with George Davies on vocals. I assume that he was 'me', but I don't think 'them' was Them!

Info courtesy of: www. They appeared twice on the famous sixties TV show 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' and completed one national tour before disappearing.

Medicine Head. John Fiddler - vocals, guitar, piano, drums Peter Hope-Evans - harmonica, jew's harp, mouthbow. None charted and they split in The Memphis Roadshow.

He was also a member of many bands including ' Rockin' Chair '. They supported ' Curved Air ' at the ballroom on Sunday afternoon 3rd October Later that year they would rename again as ' The Flying Hat Band ' and headline at the ballroom in when Wizzard refused to play.

The Merseybeats were created during from the remnants of a previous group called the Mavericks in which Crane and Kinsley had been members. The new group became a popular local act and soon became signed to Brian Epstein in the rush to find Liverpool talent.

However, the relationship with Epstein did not last long because the group's ideas on the direction they wanted to take clashed with the Beatles' manager.

Their stage act was a good deal closer to rock and roll than the ballads that they recorded for their 45s. Nevertheless, they managed 28 with their first release and broke the top ten with "I Think Of You".

Although their subsequent releases were generally well crafted and gained reasonable chart placings, they never quite managed to produce another really substantial hit.

By record buyer's taste for the Mersey sound was beginning to fade and the prospect of a further hit was probably dying too.

The group split up, but Tony Crane and Billy Kinsley decided to try as a duo and suitably abbreviated their name to 'The Merseys'. The new sound worked well and Crane and Kinsley actually had their biggest success in this guise with 'Sorrow' which took them to 4 during the spring of However, despite a few more tries, it would be the last hit that the pair would have together.

The Merseybeats later reformed with new personnel under the stewardship of Tony Crane and have been active at s nostalgia concerts for many years and still are.

Mickey Finn. Norrie Whitelaw - vocals Eck Paton - guitar? Local Fife covers band. Many thanks to David burns for the above info.

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