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Ketih Emerson and Carl Palmer teamed up with Robert Berry and released one album as 3.

Founded: 1987

Location: London, England

Abrahams, Mick

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Ex- Jethro Tull and Blodwyn Pig guitarist.

Founded: 1943

Location: Luton, Bedfordshire, England

Website: Squirrel Music: the only Mick Abrahams-Blodwyn Pig Official Site

Albrighton, Roye

Nektar guitarist and vocalist has released just one solo record.

Founded: 1949

Location: Coventry, England

Website: Roye Albrighton

Amon Düül (UK)

Led by John Weinzerl and Dave Anderson, the band's name was of some dubious origin.

Founded: 1981

Location: Wales

Anderson, Ian

Oddly enough, Ian Anderson's lone solo album highlights early 80s keyboard technology.

Founded: 1947

Location: Dunfermline, Scotland

Website: The Official Jethro Tull Website

Anderson, Jon

Following his departure from Yes in 1979, Jon Anderson enjoyed a degree of success in the UK with a string of solo releases and a good touring band, "The New Life Orchestra". His concurrent work with Greek keyboardist Vangelis would even eclipse that success. Yet by 1983, Anderson would return to Yes, where he would remain, in one form or another, the voice of Yes.

Founded: 1944

Location: Accrington, Lancashire, England

Website: Jon Anderson Online



John Du Cann's band prior to his joining Atomic Rooster. Also of note are the one-off Five Day Week Straw People and The Attack.

Founded: 1968

Location: London, England

Anthony Phillips & Harry Williamson

Phillips and Williamson teamed up in 1976 to score the soundtrack to Tarka the Otter, a novel written by Henry Williamson, Harry's father.

Founded: 1976

Location: England


Rod Argent and Russ Ballard's 70s rock outfit.

Founded: 1968

Location: London, England

Website: Rod Argent.com home page

Argent, Rod

Keyboardist and composer of the Zombies and Argent.

Founded: 1945

Location: St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England

Website: Rod Argent.com home page