Wednesday, 13 July 2011

THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by John H. Warburg, Christopher Hjort, David Edwards, Nick Warburton, Pete Watt, Keith & Juliet Atkinson, David Else, Colin Harper, Roger Bristow, and Tony James, to whom I'm most grateful. 


THE GRAHAM BOND QUINTET (JAN 1963 - JAN 26, 1963)
1) Graham John Clifton Bond vocals, tenor sax, alto sax, piano, organ Hammond, mellotron
2) John Symon Asher 'Jack' Bruce double bass, vocals, harp
3) Peter Edward 'Ginger' Baker drums
4) ?
5) ?



January 26, 1963: Flamingo Club, Soho, central London, UK


THE GRAHAM BOND TRIO (JAN 27, 1963 - FEB 1963)
1) Graham Bond
2) Jack Bruce
3) Ginger Baker


January 28, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK

February 1, 1963: Flamingo Club, Soho, central London, UK
The band was billed as 'The Graham Bond Combo' on the poster, supposedly because that night the line-up was augmented by one or more other unknown guest musicians.

February 4, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK

February 8, 1963: Flamingo Club, Soho, central London, UK

February 11, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK

February 18, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK

February ??, 1963: unknown venue, Manchester, UK

February 25, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK

March 4, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK


March 14, 1963: unknown venue, Stoke-on-Trent, UK with The Johnny Burch Octet


March 19, 1963: The Plough, Ilford Lane, Ilford, UK


March 27, 1963: Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London, UK

April 3, 1963: Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London, UK

April ?, 1963: Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London, UK

April 13, 1963: Marquee Club, 165 Oxford Street, London, UK
The band was billed only as 'Graham Bond' on the Marquee programme.



THE GRAHAM BOND QUARTET #1 (APR 1? 1963 - SEPT 10, 1963)
1) Graham Bond
2) Jack Bruce
3) Ginger Baker
4) John McLaughlin guitar (he may have committed to joining the band in February but may also have worked a period of notice with his then band Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames, so he played in studio with The Graham Bond Quartet since February, but actually his first gig with them was in April exactly)


April 17, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

The Graham Bond Quartet's debut gig. 

April ??, 1963: Leofric Hotel, Coventry, UK


April 21, 1963: The Granada Cinema, 30 Spital Street, Dartford, Kent, UK with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris

The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

April 22, 1963: The Granada Cinema, 6 Castle Gates, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris

The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

April 23, 1963: The Granada Cinema, 19 High Street, Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris
The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

April 24, 1963: The Granada Cinema, Lower Stone Street, Maidstone, Kent, UK 
with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris


The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

April 25, 1963: 'Jazz Club', BBC Light Radio Show, The Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London, UK (recording date....maybe broadcasted live)
The band, wrongly announced with his old name of The Graham Bond Trio during a 'Radio Times' radio spot, perform seven songs: 'Bluesology', 'Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town', 'Spanish Blues', 'Wade In The Water', 'Every Day I Have The Blues', 'Hello Little Girl Of My Dreams' ad 'Hallelujah I Love Her So', the latter two with Bobby Breen as guest vocalist.  

April 25, 1963: The Granada Cinema, 281 Barking Road, East Ham, East London, UK with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris

The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

April 26, 1963: The Granada Cinema, Sheepcote Road, Harrow, Middlesex, UK with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris

The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

April 27, 1963: The Granada Cinema, Windsor Road, Slough, Berkshire, UK with Duffy Power, Joe Brown, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan, Rolf Harris
The band also backed up Duffy Power. 

May 20, 1963: Marquee Club, 165 Oxford Street, London, UK with Big Pete Deuchar's Country Blues
The band was billed as 'The Graham Bond Quintet' on the Marquee programme, supposedly because that night the line-up was augmented by a guest musician, possibly singer Duffy Power. 

June 8, 1963: 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', ABC TV Show, London, UK with Susan Maughan, Eden Kane, The Karl Denver Trio, The Four Seasons, Kenny Lynch, Lonnie Donegan, Chris Barber's Jazz Band, DJ Barry O'Dee (broadcast date)

Duffy Power most likely mimed 'I Sar Her Standing There' possibly with The Graham Bond Quartet as his backup band. 

June 17, 1963: 'Saturday Club', BBC Light Radio Show, The Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, UK with The Four Seasons, The Springfields, Julie Grant, Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, The Innocents, Tommy Sanderson & The Sandmen (recording date....the show was broadcasted on June 22)
The band performed their own instrumental song 'Gabbage Greens', and then backed up Duffy Power on his songs, 'Hallelujah I Love Her So', 'Hoochie Coochie Man', 'I Saw Her Standing There', 'It Ain't Necessarily So', and 'Kansas City'.

June 21, 1963: Flamingo And All Nighter Clubs, Soho, central London, UK


June 22, 1963: Ealing Club, London, UK


Wednesday, June 26, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK "Midsummer Rave"
The show was recorded and three tracks: 'The Grass Is Greener', 'Doxy' and 'Ho Ho Country Kicking Blues', were later released posthumously on the Graham Bond's anthology album: 'Solid Bond' (1970).

July 9, 1963: 'Pop Goes The Beatles', BBC Light Radio Show, Studio 2, Aeolian Hall, 135-137 New Bond Street, London, UK (recording date.....the show was broadcasted on July 16)
The band performed their own instrumental songs 'Cabbage Greens' and 'Spanish Blues, and then backed up Duffy Power on his songs, 'I Saw Here Standing There' and 'I Got A Woman'.

August 10, 1963: Richmond Athletic Association Grounds, Richmond, Surrey, UK with Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames, The Mastersounds "3rd National Jazz Festival - Rhythm & Blues Sessions"


August 18-19, 1963: unknown venue, Ascona, Ticino Canton, Switzerland with The Joe Harriott Quintet, The Don Rendell Quintet, The Chris Barber Band "The Ascona Jazz Festival"


The Melody Maker of Saturday, August 24, 1963 reported that everything cool at the Ascona Jazz Festival last weekend - too cool for visiting British musicians. Don Rendell did not play as he was ill. 

August ??, 1963: Alexis Korner's Blues City, London, UK (few dates)

August ??, 1963: Green Man pub, Blackheath, UK with Duffy Power
The band also backed up Duffy Power tonight. 


THE GRAHAM BOND QUARTET #2 (SEPT 11, 1963 - MAY 13, 1964) / THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #1 (APR 9, 1964 - SEPT 10, 1965)
1) Graham Bond
2) Jack Bruce
3) Ginger Baker
4) Richard Malden 'Dick' Heckstall-Smith (aka 'Rillo') tenor sax, soprano sax


September 17, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK

September 28, 1963: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK with Spencer Davis "All-Nighter"


October 1, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK


October 19, 1963: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK with Spencer Davis "All-Nighter"


October 29, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


Fall 1963: The Refectory, 911 Finchley Road, Golders Green, North West London, UK


Fall 1963: Club A Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle, UK with The Alan Price R&B Combo
Graham Bond jammed on stage with The Alan Price R&B Combo that night and also suggested them to change their name to The Animals.

November 19, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK


November 30, 1963: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"


December 1, 1963: The Place, 67 Bryan Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands, UK


December 15, 1963: Civic Hall, Guildford, UK with The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Carter-Lewis and The Southerners, George Fame and The Blue Flames "A Concert In Rhythm 'N' Blues"


December 17, 1963: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK with Duffy Power

December 26, 1963: Jazzshows Jazz Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

December 28, 1963: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"


January 3, 1964: The Royal Bell Pub, Bromley, Kent, UK


January 14, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 


January 25, 1964: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"


January 27, 1964: Six Bells Jazz Club, The King's Road, Chelsea, South West London, UK


January 28, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


February 7, 1964: Club A' Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle, UK

February 11, 1964: Jazzshows Jazz Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


February 18, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 

February 22, 1964: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"


March 6, 1964: Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey, UK

March 10, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 

March 12, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

March 19, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

March 20, 1964: The Mojo R. & B. Club, Three Bridges Junior School Hall, Gales Drive, Crawley, West Sussex, UK

March 24, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 

March 26, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

March 28, 1964: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"

April 2, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

April 3, 1964: Blueopera Club, Edmonton, north London, UK

April 6, 1964: Blueopera Club, Edmonton, north London, UK

April 9, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK
The band was billed for the first time as 'The Graham Bond Organization'.

April 10, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK

April 11, 1964: Pearse Hall, Maidenhead, Kent, UK

April 12, 1964: Black Prince Hotel, The A2, Bexley, Kent, UK

April 16, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, Londron, UK

April 17, 1964: Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, UK

April 20, 1964: Blueopera Club, Edmonton, north London, UK

April 21, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 
The band was still billed as 'The Graham Bond Quartet'.

April 23, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

April 27, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 

April 30, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK 

May 2, 1964: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK


May 4, 1964: Blueopera Club, Edmonton, north London, UK

May 13, 1964: Northampton College, Northampton, London, UK
The band was billed for the last time as 'The Graham Bond Quartet'.

May 17, 1964: Black Prince Hotel, The A2, Bexley, Kent, UK

May 18, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK 

May 20, 1964: Ballrooms, Beckenham, Kent, UK

May 21, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

May 28, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

June 5, 1964: Ricky Tick, Guildford, Surrey, UK

June 8, 1964: Cooks Ferry Inn, Angel Street, upper Edmonton, North London, UK

June 9, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, The Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, North West London, UK

June 11, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

June 12, 1964: The Mojo R. & B. Club, The Northgate Youth Centre, Crawley, West Sussex, UK

June 18, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

June 21, 1964: Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, UK

June 22, 1964: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK

June 23, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

June 25, 1964: 100 Club, 10 Oxford Street, Londra, UK

June 27, 1964: The Twisted Wheel Club, 26 Brazennose Street off Albert Square, Manchester, UK


June 29, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK


June 30, 1964: McIlroy's Ballroom, Swindon, UK


July 2, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

Jule 22, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK

July 23, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

July 27, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

July 30, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


August 1, 1964: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"


August 3, 1964: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK


August 4, 1964: McIlroy's Ballroom, Swindon, UK with The Sonics


August 5, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK


August 6, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


August 9, 1964: Richmond Athletic Association Grounds, Richmond, Surrey, UK "4th National Jazz and Blues Festival"


August 10, 1964: Bristol Chinese R&B Jazz Club, Corn Exchange, Corn Street, Bristol, UK


August 13, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


August 18, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


August 20, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


August 22, 1964: The Attic Club, 1a High Street, Hounslow, Middlesex, UK with supporting groups 


August 23, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK

August 27, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK

August 28, 1964: The Mojo R. & B. Club, The Northgate Youth Centre, Crawley, West Sussex, UK 

September 1, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


September 10, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


September 12, 1964: Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, UK

September 14, 1964: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK

September 19, 1964: Kavern Lotus Ballroom, Forest Gate, UK


September 19, 1964: Kimbells Corner House, Commercial Road, Portsmouth, UK


September 24, 1964: Goldhawk Social Club, Shepherd's Bush, London, UK with The Clique


September 24, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


October 1, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


October 5, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


October 8, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


October 12, 1964: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK


October 15, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK
The show was recorded and later released posthumously (partially or completely) on several band's albums like: "Rock Generation Vol.3" (1972), "Rock Generation Vol.4" (1972), "The Beginning Of The Jazz-Rock" (1977), "At The Beginning" (ca. 1978), "Faces And Places" (1978/79), "Graham Bond Organisation" (ca. 1979, re-issued 1984) and "Live At Klooks Kleek" (1988, re-issued 1997 and 2002).

October 18, 1964: Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, UK


October 21, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK


October 22, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


October 26, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


November 5, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


November 6, 1964: Glenlyn Ballroom, 15 Perry Vale, Forest Hill, southeast London, UK


November 9, 1964: Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill, Kent, UK


November 12, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


November 19, 1964: 'Rhythm & Blues 64', BBC Light Radio Show, The Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, UK (recording date....the show was broadcasted on December 12)

The band perform six songs: 'Wade In The Water', 'My Babe', 'Spanish Blues', 'Worried Life Blues', 'Train Time' and 'The Silver Meter'.

November 19, 1964: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


November 20, 1964: 'Ready, Steady, Go!', Associated-Rediffusion ITV-TV Show, Television House, Kingsway, central London, UK with The Rolling Stones, The Plebs, Jerry Lee Lewis, Paul Williams, The Zephyrs, Kenny Lynch, Them, Samantha Jones (the show was taped live in the afternoon and broadcasted that evening)
The band (augment by Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men) backed up Marvin Gaye on songs: 'How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)' and 'Can I Get A Witness'.

November 21, 1964: Little Fat Black Pussycat, Bradford, UK

The band was billed as 'Graham Bond Organisation' on the flyer.

November 29, 1964: Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, UK


December ?, 1964: Rendezvous Club, The Oddfellows Hall, Portsmouth, UK


December 8, 1964: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


December 14, 1964: Black Cat Club, Woolwich, UK


December 24, 1964: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, north London, UK


December 31, 1964: 'Beat In The New!', BBC-2 TV Show, Studio 3, BBC Television Centre, West London, UK with The Kinks, Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas, Christine Holmes, The Merseybeats, P.J. Proby, The Rockin' Berries (the episode was filmed and broadcasted live)


unknown date, 1964: Kirklevington Country Club, Kirklevington, Yorkshire, UK

unknown date, 1964: Concorde Club, Southampton, UK


unknown date, 1964: Rendezvous Club, The Oddfellows Hall, Portsmouth, UK


January ?, 1965: Rendezvous Club, The Oddfellows Hall, Portsmouth, UK


January 7, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK with Footprints

January 8, 1965: Lewisham Odeon, London, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.
The show was filmed and a short clip was released on the DVD: "Classic Artists: Cream" (2006).

January 9, 1965: Astoria, London, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 10, 1965: Odeon, Manchester, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.  (cancelled)

January 11, 1965: Gaumont, Sheffield, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 12, 1965: Gaumont, Hanley, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 13, 1965: Odeon, Leicester, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 14, 1965: Capitol, Cardiff, Wales with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 15, 1965: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 16, 1965: Gaumont, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 17, 1965: Hippodrome, Birmingham, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 18, 1965: ABC Theatre, Hull, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 19, 1965: Odeon, Newcastle, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.


January 20, 1965: Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 21, 1965: Odeon, Glasgow, Scotland with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 22, 1965: ABC Theatre, Carlisle, Scotland with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 23, 1965: Odeon, Stockton, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 24, 1965: Empire, Liverpool, UK with The Moody Blues,Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 25, 1965: ABC Theatre, Chester, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 26, 1965: Odeon, Leeds, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G., Don Spencer

January 27, 1965: ABC Theatre, Lincoln, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 28, 1965: Gaumont, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 29, 1965: Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 30, 1965: Odeon, Southend UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

January 31, 1965: Regal Theatre, Edmonton, UK with The Moody Blues, Chuck Berry and The Five Dimensions, Long John Baldry and The Hoochie Coochie Men, Winston G.

February 4, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


February 7, 1965: Blue Moon, Hayes, UK


February 8, 1965: 'Gadzooks! It's All Happening', BBC TV Show, BBC Television Centre, London, UK with The Rockin' Berries (broadcast date......maybe the show was taped live that same day)


February 11, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK with The Blues By Knight


February 14, 1965: The Witch Doctor, Marine Counrt, St Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings, East Sussex, UK


February 18, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK with Loose Ends


February 22, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


February 24, 1965: Orford Cellar, Norwich, UK


February 28, 1965: Troutbeck Hotel, Ilkley, UK


March 4, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


March 6, 1965: Chelsea College, Chelsea, central London, UK with T-Bone Walker, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers


March 11, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK


March 18, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK with The Loose Ends


April 8, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


April 15, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK with Loose Ends


April 17, 1965: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"


April 29, 1965: 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, UK with Loose Ends


May ?, 1965: Rendezvous Club, The Oddfellows Hall, Portsmouth, UK


May 19, 1965: 'Rhythm & Blues 65', BBC Light Radio Show, Studio S2, sub-basement of Broadcasting House, Portlane Place, London, UK (recording date....the show was broadcasted on June 28)


May 20, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


May 23, 1965: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, London, UK with The Tridents


June 9, 1965: Flamingo Club, London, UK


June 22, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


July 3, 1965: Rendezvous Club, Oddfellows Hall, Kingston Road, Portsmouth, UK with Sons Of Man


July 4, 1965: Racks Close, Guildford, Surrey, UK with The Herd, The Stormsville Shakers, Geno Washington "Rhapsody at Racks" (open air music festival)


July 8, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Gery L. Thompson and The Sidewinders


July 29, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Gery L. Thompson and The Sidewinders


July 30, 1965: Ricky Tick, Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey, UK

The band was advertised only as 'Graham Bond' on the club flyer. 

August 7, 1965: Richmond Athletic Association Grounds, Richmond, Surrey, UK with  Manfred Mann, Georgie Fame, Gary Farr & The T-Bones, Bruce Turner Jump Band, Ronnie Jones & The Blue Jays "The 5th National Jazz & Blues Festival - Modern Beat section"
The band, billed as 'Graham Bond Organisation', was filmed by a television troupe and a short clip (4 minutes) of them performed the song: 'Hoochie Coochie Man', was broadcasted on December 9 on a special episode titled: 'Shindig Goes To London, Part.2' of the American music television show: 'Shindig'. 

August 10, 1965: Corn Exchange, Bristol, UK


August 12, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Gery L. Thompson and The Sidewinders

August 14, 1965: Rendezvous Club, Oddfellows Hall, Portmousth, UK with The Soul Society


August 17, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


August 21, 1965: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"

August 26, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Boz and The Boz People

August 28, 1965: California Ballroom, Dunstable, UK with Guy Darrell With The Wind Of Change, The Modern Blue Six

September 4, 1965: The Plebeians Jazz Club (aka Plebs), Victoria Hall, 2 Fountain Street, Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK

September 9, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Boz and The Boz People

September 10, 1965: Bluesville R&B Club, Manor House, Finsbury Park, north London, UK


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BONG ORGANISATION) #2 (SEPT 11, 1965 - JUNE 29, 1966)
1) Graham Bond
2) Ginger Baker
3) Dick Heckstall-Smith
4) Mike Falana trumpet 


September 21, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

September 23, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Boz and The Boz People

October 2, 1965: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"

October 7, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

October 15, 1965: 'Ready, Steady, Go!', Associated-Rediffusion ITV-TV Show, Television House, Kingsway, central London, UK with Ben E. King, Lul├╣, Dusty Springfield, Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames, The Fortunes (the show was taped live in the afternoon and broadcasted that evening)

The band perfom: 'Lease On Love'.

October 21, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Summer Set


October 29, 1965: unknown venue, London, UK

Nick Drake sees the band perform live today somewhere in London.

November 4, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with (John Lee's) Groundhogs


November 9, 1965: Corn Exchange, Bristol, UK


November 16, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


November 18, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

November 26, 1965: Beaconsfield Youth Centre, Beaconsfield, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire, UK

November 27, 1965: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"

December 2, 1965: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Boz and The Sidewinders

December 17, 1965: Town Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with The New Generation, The Steam Packet

December 17, 1965: Carlton Ballroom, Erdington, West Midlands, UK with The New Generation, The Steam Packet


December 23, 1965: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


January 8, 1966: Rhdoes Centre, Bishops Stortford, UK 


January 19, 1966: 'Jazz Beat', BBC Light Radio Show, The Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London, UK (recording date....the show was broadcasted on January 22)
The band perform three songs: 'Wade In The Water', 'Only Sixteen' and 'When Johnny Comes Marching Home'.

January 21, 1966: Highfield Hall, London, UK with The Silence


January 1966: unknown venue, High Wycombe, UK

January 1966: unknown venue, Southend, UK

January 25, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


January 29, 1966: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"

January or February 1966: unknown venue, Carlisle, UK


January or February 1966: unknown venue, Southampton, UK


February 1, 1966: Corn Exchange, Bristol, UK


February 4, 1966: Astoria Cinema, Finsbury Park, North London, UK with The Who, Screaming Lord Sutch and The Savages, The Merseybeats, Fortunes, Hamilton and The Hamilton Movement


February 5, 1966: Odeon Cinema, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK with The Who, Screaming Lord Sutch and The Savages, The Merseybeats, Fortunes, Hamilton and The Hamilton Movement


February 6, 1966: Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK with The Who, Screaming Lord Sutch and The Savages, The Merseybeats, Fortunes, Hamilton and The Hamilton Movement


February 10, 1966: Mecca Ballroom, Leicester, UK with David Bowie and The Buzz, Jimmy James and The Vagabonds

February 25, 1966: Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, UK with The Animals "Arts Ball"


March 1, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


March 4, 1966: The Ram Jam Club, Brixton, London, UK


March 5, 1966: London College Of Printing, London, UK with The Five Proud Walkers


March 7, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Felder's Orioles


March 11, 1966: Blues By Night club, Royal College Of Advanced Technology, Salford, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Paddy, Klaus & Gibson


March 15, 1966: The Stoke Hotel, Guildford, Sussex, UK with The Bizarre, Tony Bennett "A Musical Evening With...."


March 18, 1966: Beaconsfield Youth Centre, Beaconsfield, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire, UK

March 23, 1966: Eel Pie Hotel, Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Curfew
The band was paid 75 pounds for this gig. 

April 5, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


April 23, 1966: Birdcage Club, Eastney Road, Portsmouth, UK with The Clique "All-Nighter"


April 29, 1966: Town Hall, Birmingham, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, John Lee Hooker "All-Nighter R&B"


May 2, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Blues Syndicate

May 10, 1966: Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, UK with The Essex Five

May 24, 1966: Corn Exchange, Bristol, UK

June 6, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Soul Agents

June 22, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Kleek

The band was paid 80 pounds for this gig. 

June 24, 1966: University of Durham, Durham, UK with The Yardbirds, The Roulettes, The Action, Mandy Rice Davies, Ronnie Aldrich, The Checkmates, Ken Colyer, Simba and The Outer Limits "June Ball '66"

June 28, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #3 (JUNE 30, 1966 - JUL ?, 1966)
1) Graham Bond
2) Dick Heckstall-Smith
3) Mike Falana
4) Philip John 'Jon' Hiseman drums


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BONG ORGANISATION) #4 (aka #2) (JUL ?, 1966 - JUL ??, 1966)
1) Graham Bond
2) Ginger Baker
3) Dick Heckstall-Smith
4) Mike Falana


July 4, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Soul Agents

July ??, 1966: unknown venue, Bradford, UK
Ginger Baker's last gig.


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #5 (JUL ??, 1966 - AUG ?, 1966)
1) Graham Bond
2) Dick Heckstall-Smith
3) Mike Falana
4) Red Reece drums



July 26, 1966: Corn Exchange, Bristol, UK

July 29, 1966: Bluesville '66, The Manor House, Finsbury Park, north London, UK
The band was billed only as 'Graham Bond' on the poster.


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #6 (AUG ?, 1966 - FALL 1966)
1) Graham Bond
2) Dick Heckstall-Smith
3) Mike Falana
4) Jon Hiseman drums


August 1966 (approximate date): unknown venue, Bristol, UK with Gary Farr and The T-Bones

August 6, 1966: Bowes Lyon House Youth Centre, St. Georges Way, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK


August 8, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Misunderstood
Legendary english jazz trombonist Chris Barber sat-in on stage to play with the band the song: 'Night Time Is The Right Time'.

August 10, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with Wynder K Frog

The band was paid 80 pounds for this gig.

August 13, 1966: Ricky Tick, Windsor, UK

August 19, 1966: Metropole, Brighton, UK with Paul & Barry Ryan, Mike Stuart Span and more

August 26, 1966: The (Jazz) Cellar, Kingston upon Thames, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, UK


September 1, 1966: Birdcage Club, Eastney Road, Portsmouth, UK


September 4, 1966: New Yorker Discotheque, Milton Road, Swindon, UK


unknown date, 1966: Ram Jam Club, London, UK


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #7 (FALL 1966 - JUL 1?, 1967)
1) Graham Bond
2) Dick Heckstall-Smith
3) Jon Hiseman


October 5, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, West London, UK with A Q Blues Band, The Charge (cancelled), The Tea Set, Seventh Sun (Graham Bond Organization cancelled)

The band was contracted to appear but finally they did not appear. 

October 19, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with Ronnie Jones and The Blue Jays, The Deakin Lewis Band (Graham Bond Organization cancelled)

The band was contracted to appear for 80 pounds, but finally they did not appear. 

October 28, 1966: Beaconsfield Youth Centre, Beaconsfield, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire, UK

November 8, 1966: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

November 13, 1966: Boat Club, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK


November 24, 1966: New Yorker Discotheque, Milton Road, Swindon, UK

November 30, 1966: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with Something Else

The band was paid 80 pounds for this gig. 

November ?, 1966: Union Rowing Club, Sunderland, UK with The John Evan Band

December 1, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Bunch


December 31, 1966: Birdcage Club, Eastney Road, Portsmouth, UK with The In-Crowd, The Wrong Direction


January 13, 1967: 'Rhythm & Blues 67', BBC Light Radio Show, Studio 4, Maida Vale, Delaware Road, London, UK (recording date....the show was broadcasted on February 6)
The band perform four songs: 'Long Legged Baby', 'I Couldn't Stand It Anymore', 'When Johnny Comes Marching Home' and 'You Gotta Have Love Baby'.

January 22, 1967: Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, UK

February 7, 1967: Winter Gardens, Malvern, Worcestershire, UK with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Pink Floyd, The Move "Tuesday Beat Session"


February 8, 1967: Eel Pie Island Hotel, Twickenham, West London, UK with The Footprints

The band was paid 60 pounds for this gig. 

February 19, 1967: Boat Club, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK


February 21, 1967: Corn Exchange, Bristol, UK


February 27, 1967: unknown venue, Salford, Manchester, UK with Cream, Brian Poole ad The Tremeloes, Jimmy James and The Vagabonds, The Nashville Teens, The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, Tubby Hayes Quartet, The Ian Campbell Group "Manchester & Salford Students Rag Ball '67"


February 28, 1967: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


March 14, 1967: Winter Gardens, Malvern, UK

March ??, 1967: Bluesette Club, Bridge Street, Leatherhead, Surrey, UK

April 29, 1967: Alexandra Palace, London, UK "14 Hour Technicolour Dream"
The band was billed only as 'Graham Bond' on the poster.

May 9, 1967: Borough Hall, Godalming, Surrey, UK

May 27, 1967: Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, North Norfolk, Norfolk, UK with The Riot Squad (cancelled), Southern Trust


June 9, 1967: UFO, The Blarney Club, Tottenham Court Road, London, UK with Pink Floyd, Prool Harum


July 8, 1967: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

July 1?, 1967: Blaises Club, London, UK

July 15, 1967: Birdcage Club, Eastney Road, Portsmouth, UK with support groups "All-Nighter"
Procol Harum were initially advertised but they were later replaced by Graham Bond Organization exactly. Anyway, the band was billed only as 'Graham Bond' on the poster. 


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #8 (JUL 1?, 1967 - JUL 22, 1967)
1) Graham Bond
2) Dick Heckstall-Smith
3) Jon Hiseman
4) John Moorshead guitar



July 22, 1967: Memorial Hall, Northwich, UK with Motivation


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #9 (JUL 23, 1967 - AUG ?, 1967)

1) Graham Bond
2) Dick Heckstall-Smith
3) John Moorshead



August 5, 1967: Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, North Norfolk, Norfolk, UK with The Riot Squad, Eyes Of Blond


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #10 (AUG ?, 1967 - SEPT 1967)
1) Graham Bond
2) Raymond 'Ray' Russell guitar
3) Alan Rushton drums


mid-August 1967: South of French Mini Tour.......

August 24, 1967: Middle Earth, London, UK
That night (or maybe the night below) the band closed their performance with a jam that included on stage as guest two members of the Sam Gopal Dream: Mick Hutchinson on guitar and Pete Sears on bass and/or keyboards.

September 5, 1967: Middle Earth, London, UK


THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANIZATION (aka THE GRAHAM BOND ORGANISATION) #11 (SEPT 1967 - 1968)
1) Graham Bond
2) Robert Cromwell Anson (aka Philamore Lincoln) vocals, drums
3) ????????? + other unknown


September 30, 1967: Twisted Wheel, Manchester, UK "All-Nighter"

October 13, 1967: The Crows Nest Discotheque, Parish Hall, Wilnecote, Tamworth, UK with The Locomotive "Re-opening To-night"


December 2, 1967: Barking Technical College, Barking, UK with The John Evans Smash


December 12, 1967: Klooks Kleek Club, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


December 22, 1967: Grand & Nationals Hall, Olympia, London, UK with Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who, Eric Burdon and The Animals, The Move, Pink Floyd, Keith West & Tomorrow, Soft Machine, Sam Gopal, Paper Blitz Tissue "Christmas On Earth Continued"


January 31, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


February 7, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


February 10, 1968: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with Piccadilly Line, Avalons


February 11, 1968: Pied Bull, Islington, UK


February 21, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


February 24, 1968: Alex Disco, Salisbury, UK


February 28, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


March 6, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK

Their former drummer Jon Hiseman filling in for Philamore Lincoln that night, because the latter has failed to turn up.

March 13, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


March 20, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


March 27, 1968: Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, 100 West End Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London, UK


6 comments:

  1. Graham Bond Organisation also played at Goldhawk Club in Shepherds Bush on 24th September 1964 with The Clique as support.

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  2. Nothing on Ginger and Jack's "other" band?

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    1. Doug there are already many website and books with a Cream family tree and gig list so, you know, I don't want to "borrow" the work of other people.....

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  3. I have some additional dates from some contracts I recently purchased, would you like me to email them to you?
    best wishes
    Paul Robinson

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    1. yes, of course, thanks Paul! My email is brunodoors@libero.it

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