UPP were an English jazz-funk band that released two albums on Epic during 1975 and 1976, the first produced by Jeff Beck. Drummer Jimmy Copley hailed from rustic-rockers Spreadeagle; he later did session work for Ann Lewis, The Quick, Go West, and Killing Joke. Keyboardist Andy Clark recorded three 1969–71 albums as part of the jam-rock duo Clark Hutchinson, the second featuring future UPP bassist Stephen Amazing (aka Stephen Fields). Clark is not to be confused with the namesake Be-Bop Deluxe keyboardist.

Members: Stephen Amazing (bass), Andy Clark (keyboards, vocals), Jimmy Copley (drums), David Bunce (guitar)


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