ARC were an English art-rock band from London, formed in 1970 by keyboardist Micky Gallagher and guitarist John Turnbull, both formerly of Skip Bifferty/Heavy Jelly. As ARC, they issued the album … at This on Decca in 1971, followed that same year by a collaborative album on Charisma with former Bifferty vocalist Graham Bell. Gallagher and Turnbull later surfaced in Ian Dury’s Blockheads.
Members: Tom Duffy (bass, vocals), Micky Gallagher (keyboards), Dave Trudex (drums), John Turnbull (guitar, vocals), Rob Tait (drums), David Montgomery (drums)
- … at This (1971)
- Bell + Arc (1971 • Bell + Arc)