PP Arnold Duster Bennett Aynsley Lister Connie Lush Junco Partners Mike Pini Chicken Shack & Stan Webb
Junco Partners
Formed in 1964 and part of Robert Stigwood Agency. Took over from the 'Animals' at the 'Club A' Gogo' and 'Downbeat Club' in Newcastle & Sunderlands', 'Blue Note'. Backed Howlin Wolf on 21 date tour of UK and Freddie King who also appeared on Wolf tour.

Original founder members Ronnie Barker (Vcls - left 1967) and JP Anderson (Vcls - left 1968). Charlie Harcourt left to Join Jackson Heights in 1970 then onto Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys and a mid-seventies incarnation of Lindisfarne. Bob Sargeant, John Woods and David Sproat briefly carried on as trio before splitting up in 1971.

John Woods went on to play with Jody Grind, Vinegar Joe and Robert Palmer. Bob Sargeant went on to play with Andy Roberts and then Mick Abrahams.

Ronnie Barker and JP Anderson returned to band when it reformed in 1978 for Newcastle festival also featuring David Sproat, Kenny Barker (Gtr) & Neil Perry (Sax - Left band in 1999) - Replaced by Justin Radford (Sax - from 1999 onwards). Recently appeared as 'The Juncos' on Jimmy Nails' series 'Spender'.
As Long As I have You (B.Elgin/Jerry Ragavoy) / Take This Hammer (Traditional) Columbia DB 7665
Rel: 08/65. - Reached No. 60 in Chart.

(Notes: Produced by Robert Stigwood and Vicki Whicham.)
Swingin Sixties Boys (Anderson/Barker) / Peepin' & Hidin' (Jimmy Reed)
Rigid Records 1028
Rel: 1979.

(Notes: Produced by Bob Sargeant.)
Noizez In My Head (Anderson/Barker) / Tall Windows (Anderson/Barker)
Energy Records NTG 4
Rel: 1981.

(Notes: Produced by Bob Sargeant.)
The Junco Partners - Barclay Records 920193 (also released on Philips in UK)
Minatour (Bob Sargeant) / Fly me High (Bob Sargeant) / Change in Louise (J Cocker, C.Stainton) / Black Widow (Bob Sargeant) / Help me ( C Harcourt) / Natural Thoughts (Bob Sargeant) / Am I Blue (Bob Sargeant) / Reprieve (Bob Sargeant) / In the Morning (Bob Sargeant) / Death by Fire (P. Rowan) - Recorded in 1970.
Almost Live - Dancing Shoe Records DSCD0196 (1996)
Rock Me Mama / Jesus Just Left Chicago / Bringing It Back Home From Mexico / Don't Burn Down The Bridge / Rocky Mountain Way / Cocaine / Hoochie Coochie Man / Back In The USA / Bring It On Home / Workin On The Railroad / Dust My Blues.

(Notes: Recorded at the Live Theatre and Sam's Studios, Newcastle, England. Produced by Steve Daggett and Bob Sargeant.)
Compilation Albums - Featuring Unreleased Tracks
The Playhouse Album - MWM Records, Midgy Hall, Sharperton, Morpeth NE65 7AS (1972)
Death Row (JP Anderson) / Don't Burn Down the Bridge (Albert King).

(Notes: Featured on above two tracks only.)
Altogether Now - Rubber Records c/o Impulse Studios, Wallsend (1978)
Hard Drivin' Man (J. Geils).

(Notes: Featured on above track only.)
PP Arnold Duster Bennett Aynsley Lister Connie Lush Junco Partners Mike Pini Chicken Shack & Stan Webb

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