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Jackie Mcauley

Jackie Mcauley

Jackie Mcauley


McAuley, who grew up in Belfast, is best known as the piano player in Them, who relocated to LA without Van Morrison in 1967. Upon Them's demise, he formed Belfast Gypsies with his brother Pat (they also released a 45 under the name Freaks Of Nature) and he later moved to Dublin and formed a band called Cult, with Brendan Bonass and Paul Brady (who was later in Planxty). This proved to be a short-lived affair and before long McAuley was back in London Read more on Last.fm
McAuley, who grew up in Belfast, is best known as the piano player in Them, who relocated to LA without Van Morrison in 1967. Upon Them's demise, he formed Belfast Gypsies with his brother Pat (they also released a 45 under the name Freaks Of Nature) and he later moved to Dublin and formed a band called Cult, with Brendan Bonass and Paul Brady (who was later in Planxty). This proved to be a short-lived affair and before long McAuley was back in London, playing in a new band, Trader Horne, which he'd formed with Fairport Convention's original lead singer Judy Dyble. This interesting group fell apart when Dyble left to get married and McAuley then recorded this solo album with help from some of the best young jazz musicians of the time.

All the material was self-penned except for a version of Leadbelly's Poor Howard. Personnel Jackie McAuley - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals Roy Babbington - Bass Pete Hossell - Jug Henry Lowther - Violin, Horn Mike McNaught - Keyboards Tony Roberts - Flute Mike Travis - Drums Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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