The Graeme Edge Band

The Graeme Edge Band was an English hard-rock trio responsible for the 1975 Threshold release Kick Off Your Muddy Boots, followed by the 1977 Decca album Paradise Ballroom. Drummer Graeme Edge assembled the group while his main act, The Moody Blues, was on hiatus. The trio featured guitarist Adrian Gurvitz and his bassist brother Paul […]

Baker Gurvitz Army ‎– The Baker Gurvitz Army (1974)

The Baker Gurvitz Army is the first of three albums by the namesake supergroup that paired the guitar/bass talents of the Gurvitz brothers (Gun/Three Man Army) with drumming legend Ginger Baker. The album was released in 1974 on Vertigo. Tracklist: A1. “Help Me” (4:56) A2. “Love Is” (2:47) A3. “Memory Lane” (4:46) A4. “Inside of […]

Gun

Gun was an English psych-rock band from Redbridge that released two albums on CBS/Epic between 1968 and 1969. The guitar/bass/vocal team of brothers Paul and Adrian Gurvitz subsequently co-led the band Three Man Army and its followup The Baker Gurvitz Army during the early-to-mid 1970s. Members: Paul Curtis [Paul Gurvitz] (guitar, bass, vocals), Gearie Kenworthy […]

Three Man Army

Three Man Army was an English hard-rock trio that released the album A Third of a Lifetime on Pegasus in 1971, followed by two self-titled albums on Reprise. They featured guitarist/vocalist Adrian Gurvitz and his bassist brother Paul Gurvitz, the team behind ’60s psych-rockers Gun. The trio first included drummer Mike Kellie (Spooky Tooth, The […]

Baker Gurvitz Army

Baker Gurvitz Army was an English hard-rock supergroup that released three albums on Atco/Vertigo between 1974 and 1976. They consisted of brothers Paul and Adrian Gurvitz (Gun, Three Man Army) and former Cream drummer Ginger Baker. Members: Adrian Gurvitz (guitar, vocals), Paul Gurvitz (bass, vocals), Ginger Baker (drums), Pete Lemer (keyboards), Snips (vocals) Background The […]

Adrian Gurvitz

Adrian Gurvitz — aka Adrian Curtis (born June 26, 1949) — is an English guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter from London who played in the hard-rock bands Gun, Three Man Army, the Baker Gurvitz Army, and the Graeme Edge Band with his bassist brother Paul Gurvitz. Collectively, those projects produced 10 albums between 1968 and 1977. […]