Dave Irving the
drummer for Sad Café
is now online with his very own site.
(who once recorded at 10cc's studio in Stockport
too!) worked together with Eric Stewart on a number of albums.
The Avenue is
the official Alan Parsons newsletter, fan club and website. A good way to
get more information on the Alan Parsons Project. There's also the Psychobabble Web Pages,
the home of the Alan Parsons Project Mailing List.
Singer Paul Young of Sad Café
and Mike & The Mechanics who sadly passed away in 2000, has an official
website maintained by his son Jason. Another website for Paul Young is the
one by Geoff Wilson.
His site also has a link to the Sad Café page on Roy Beaufoy's Yahoo site.
The Moody Blues have
many websites dedicated to them. Start at the Official Fan Club one
and work from there!
For background info on
and his album Space Hymns, this is the website you want to go to.
The ultimate resource
for Neil Sedaka fans is Neil Sedaka Online. There are pictures, lyrics, tour
dates and much more.
Arkarna is the
band of Lol Creme's son Lalo. Visit the official website.
Graham's friend since
the Ten Out Of Ten days is Andrew Gold. As a duo they made records under the name
'Wax'. Find Andrew's own website, including a store where you can buy Wax
As a young songwriter,
Rickenbacker was in Graham Gouldman's masterclass. She has her very own
website which is well worth checking out.
this isn't so much a whole website but a page which will tell you more
about Mandalaband. It's a transcription of the Mandalaband biography
written for the insert notes of the re-released Eye Of Wendor CD. In the
70s the members of 10cc were involved in this project.
The link from Gilbert
O'Sullivan to 10cc is laid down by Graham who produced one of his
albums (Life & Rhymes, 1982).