Clive Chaman

Biography

Clive Chaman was created in Trinidad and it is a UK-based bass guitarist and session musician. After appearing on Memory John Holder’s 1969 London Blues album, Chaman joined up with the next Jeff Beck Group in 1971 until they disbanded in 1973 when he joined Cozy Powell’s band Hammer. In 1973 he performed on Now Listen to This an record by Junior Marvin’s music group Hanson showing up alongside Bobby Tench from the next Jeff Beck Group and during this time period joined up with Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express. In 1974 he became a member of Hummingbird with key pad player Potential Middleton, vocalist and guitarist Bobby Tench and US drummer Bernard Purdie, and the like. Hummingbird continued to record three albums for A&M Information. Chaman shows up on recordings by UK performers including Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express, Donovan, Chris Rainbow, Murray Mind, Morrissey–Mullen and Paul Kossoff. Chaman was also briefly an associate of Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow changing Bob Daisley on bass

Discography

London Blues – Ram memory John Holder (1969) Jesus Christ Superstar - A Rock and roll Opera - Tim Grain & Andrew Lloyd Webber (1971) Tough and Prepared – The Jeff Beck Group (1971) Jeff Beck Group – The Jeff Beck Group (1972) Cosmic Tires – Donovan (1973) Right now Listen to This – Hanson (1973) Hummingbird – Hummingbird (1975) WE CAN NOT Go On Achieving SUCH AS THIS – Hummingbird (1976) Joy Heartaches - Brian Auger's Oblivion Express (1977) Gemstone Evenings – Hummingbird (1977) Badness – Morrissey–Mullen (1981)

Notes

^ Now Listen to This Junior Marvin in Allmusic ^ Clive Chaman in Allmusic ^ Hummingbird in Allmusic ^ http://jeffcramer.blogspot.se/2013/05/a-very-candid-conversation-with-david.html

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