Friday, 9 December 2011

BAKERLOO FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This story is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by Terry Poole, Mick Capewell, and John H Warburg, to whom I'm most grateful.


BAKERLOO BLUES LINE #1 (JUN 1968 - NOV 2?, 1968)
1) Dave 'Clem' Clempson lead guitar, slide guitar, backing vocals, harmonica, harpsichord, piano
2) Terence 'Terry' Poole lead vocals, bass
3) Frederick 'John' Hinch drums


June 16, 1968: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

June 25, 1968: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Tea & Symphony

August 6, 1968: Crown Hotel, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Tea & Symphony

August 31, 1968: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Duster Bennett

September 13, 1968: The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, UK with The Small Faces, The Action, James Barcley Harvest, Sly & The Family Stone (cancelled), Love Sculpture

September 30, 1968: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Earth

October 1, 1968: The Crown Hotel, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

October 25, 1968: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

October 20, 1968: 'Top Gear', BBC-1 Radio Show, Playhouse Theatre, London, UK with Bonzo Dog Band (broadcast date)

November 3, 1968: Boat Club, Nottingham, UK with John Peel

November 22, 1968: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Black Cat Bones


BAKERLOO BLUES LINE #2 (NOV 2?, 1968 - JAN ?, 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole
3) Tony O'Reilly drums


November 26, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Jethro Tull "Blues Night"

November 30, 1968: RAF Base, Cranwell, UK

December 4, 1968: Exeter University, Exeter, Devon, UK (cancelled)

December 6, 1968: Derby College of Further Education, Derby, UK 

December 7, 1968: Dunelm House, Durham, UK

December 9, 1968: Institute of Further Education, London, UK

December 10, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Led Zeppelin

December 14, 1968: Arnold and Carlton College of Further Education, Nottingham, UK

December 17, 1968: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

December 18, 1968: University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

December 20, 1968: Athletic Club, Newport Monmouth College, Newport, UK

December 21, 1968: South Birmingham Technical College, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK (cancelled)

December 22, 1968: Ship & Rainbow, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK

December 24, 1968: Town Hall, Durham, UK

December 28, 1968: Magic Village, Manchester, UK

December 31, 1968: Mothers, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Savoy Brown, John Peel, Jethro Tull

January 2, 1969: Bulls Head, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK


BAKERLOO BLUES LINE #3 (JAN ?, 1969 - JAN ??, 1969) / BAKERLOO #1 (JAN ??, 1969 - JAN 26, 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole
3) Peter 'Pete' York drums
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4) William Thomas 'Bill' Ward drums (filling in for Pete York on January 18)


January 9, 1969: Adelphi Ballroom, West Bromwich, West Midlands, UK

January 10, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Village

January 11, 1969: Van Dyke Club, Plymouth, UK

January 16, 1969: Opposite Lock Club, Gas Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Locomotive, Earth, Tea & Symphony (Bakerloo cancelled)

January 16, 1969: Factory, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

January 17, 1969: High Hall, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

January 18, 1969: Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

January 19, 1969: Boat Club, Nottingham, UK

January 21, 1969: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

January 22, 1969: 'unknown title', BBC Radio Show, London, UK with Alexis Korner (recording date)

January 23, 1969: La Metro, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

January 24, 1969: The Lyceum, Strand, London, UK

January 25, 1969: University College, London, UK

January 26, 1969: Golden Torch, Tunstall, Stone-on-Trent, UK


BAKERLOO #2 (JAN 27, 1969 - JAN 30, 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole
3) Robert 'Bob' Lamb drums


January 27, 1969: Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK

January 30, 1969: La Fayette Club, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK


BAKERLOO #3 (JAN 31, 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole
3) Bill Ward


January 31, 1969: unknown venue, Swansea, Galles


BAKERLOO #4 (FEB 1, 1969 - FEB 7, 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole


February 1, 1969: Marshall Hall, Sheffield, UK

February 6, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Locomotive, Earth, Roy Everett, Tea & Symphony (Bakerloo cancelled)


BAKERLOO #5 (FEB 8, 1969 - FEB 1?, 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole
3) John Michael 'Poli' Palmer drums


February 8, 1969: Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK

February 10, 1969: 'Top Gear', BBC-1 Radio Show, Playhouse Theatre, London, UK with The Strawbs, Moby Grape, Caravan (recording date.....the show was broadcasted on February 16)
The band perform: 'The Last Blues' and 'Driving Bachwards'.


BAKERLOO #6 (FEB 1?, 1969 - OCT 1969)
1) Clem Clempson
2) Terry Poole
3) Keith Baker drums


February 14, 1969: Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK

February 18, 1969: Manchester University, Manchester, UK

February 21, 1969: Cardiff University, Cardiff, Galles

February 22, 1969: Students' Union, University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford, Yorkshire, UK
The band was still advertised as 'Bakerloo Blues Line'. 

February 25, 1969: Clouds, Derby, UK

February 28, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Earth

March 1, 1969: Keele University, Keele, UK

March 8, 1969: Liverpool University, Liverpool, UK

March 9, 1969: Argus Butterfly, Peterlee, County Durham, UK

March 11, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Locomotive, Roy Everett, Earth

March 12, 1969: Beaconside Technical College, Stafford, Staffordshire, UK

March 14, 1969: Ritz Ballroom, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK

March 18, 1969: The Place, Stoke-on-Trent, UK

March 19, 1969: Bolton Institute Technology, Bolton, UK

March 21, 1969:  Bluesville R&B Club, Manor House, Finsbury Park, north London, UK

March 22, 1969: Reading College of Further Education, Reading, UK

March 25, 1969: Exeter University, Exeter, Devon, UK

March 27, 1969: Concord Club, Southampton, UK

March 28, 1969: South Birmingham Technical College, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

April 3, 1969: Bay Hotel, Sunderland, UK

April 7, 1969: Bay Hotel, Sunderland, UK

Aprl 12-13, 1969: unknown venue, unknown city, Belgium with Earth, The Gods

April 15, 1969: The Place, Stoke-on-Trent, UK

April 20, 1969: Kimbles Ballroom, Southsea, UK

April 21, 1969: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, UK

April 23, 1969: Athletic Club, Newport Monmouth College, Newport, UK

April 24, 1969: Penthouse Club, Scarborough, UK

April 26, 1969: Brixton School of Building, Brixton, London, UK

May 3, 1969: Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

May 8, 1969: Cambridge University Union Society, Cambridge, UK

May 9, 1969: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with 2001

May 13, 1969: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

May 15, 1969: unknown blues club, Oxford, UK

May 16, 1969: The King Alfred pub, Winchester, UK

May 17, 1969: unknown venue, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK

May 18, 1969: unknown venue, Brownhills, Staffordshire, UK

May 20, 1969: Henry's Blues House, upstairs function room at The Crown pub, Hill Street at Station Street, central Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

May 28, 1969: Cat Trap Club, Norwich, UK

May 30, 1969: AC Academic Block, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

May 31, 1969: Dunelm House, Durham, UK

June 5, 1969: Blues Loft, High Wycombe, UK   

June 7, 1969: Southampton University, Southampton, UK

June 8, 1969: Angel Hotel, Godalming, Surrey, UK

June 9, 1969: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, UK

June 12, 1969: Concord Club, Southampton, UK

June 13, 1969: Brighton University, Brighton, UK

June 14, 1969: Farnborough College of Technology, Farnborough, UK

June 15, 1969: Wharf Hotel, Worcerster, UK

June 18, 1969: Rambling Jack's Blues Club, The Railway Hotel, Bishops Stortford, UK

June 19, 1969: Locarno Ballroom, Bristol, UK

June 20, 1969: Leeds University, Leeds, UK

June 21, 1969: Workingmen's Club, Huddersfield, UK

June 22, 1969: Boat Club, Nottingham, UK

June 23, 1969: Exeter College Technology, Exeter, Devon, UK

June 25, 1969: Civic Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

June 26, 1969: Central Hall, Kettering, UK

June 27, 1969: unknown venue, Sunderland, UK (cancelled)

June 28, 1969: Dunelm House, Durham, UK

June 29, 1969: Spot Club, Tamworth, UK with D.J. Dave Stuart

July 3, 1969: Guildhall, Cambridge, UK

July 4, 1969: Worcester Technical College, Worcester, UK

July 7, 1969: Dartington College of Arts, Totnes, South Devon, UK

July 11, 1969: unknown venue, Hull, UK

July 14, 1969: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, UK

July 15, 1969: The Place, Hanley, UK

July 18, 1969: blues Loft, High Wycombe, UK

July 19, 1969: Winter Gardens, Malvern, UK with King Crimson, Liverpool Scene

July 23, 1969: 'Alexis Korner Show', BBC Radio Show, London, UK (recording date)

August 8, 1969: Bay Hotel, Sunderland, UK

August 15, 1969: unknown venue, Devizes, Wiltshire, UK

August 16, 1969: Roundhouse, Dangenham, east London, UK

August 18, 1969: The Showboat Club, Middlesbrough, UK

August 27, 1969: Toby Jug, Tolworth, Surrey, UK

August 29, 1969: Il Rondo, Leicester, UK

September 1, 1969: Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK with Tea & Symphony, Locomotive, Earth, Samson

September 6, 1969: unknown venue, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK

September 7, 1969: unknown venue, Godalming, Surrey, UK

September 8, 1969: Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, UK

September ??, 1969: Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK with Colosseum

September 28, 1969: Epping Wake Arms, Epping, Essex, UK


BAKERLOO #7 (OCT 1969 (two weeks))
1) Clem Clempson
2) David 'Dave' Pegg bass
3) Colin Flooks (aka Cozy Powell) drums


October ?, 1969: unknown venue, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK
Bakerloo's #7 first and only gig.


BAKERLOO #8 (OCT 1969 - 1970)
1) Adrian Ingram guitar
2) Roland Alex Boyce (aka Kirk St. James) vocals
3) George Northall sax
4) Jack Griffiths bass
5) John Parkes drums  


unknown date, 1969 or 1970: 'unknown title', TV Show, unknown venue, unknown city, Germany

May 14, 1970: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Black Sabbath



HANNIBAL #1 (1970)
1) Adrian Ingram
2) Kirk St. James
3) George Northall
4) Jack Griffiths
5) John Parkes
6) Bill Hunt Hammond organ, French horn




10 comments:

  1. Re Bakerloo's gig list, I notice there is a bit of a mix up with two venues. Henry's Blues House was held in a room upstairs at the Crown Pub in Navigation St, Birmingham. There was another venue called the Crown in Brownhills (not Downhills!) which is a few miles outside Brum. Some of the entries are an amalgamation of the two!!

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  2. Thanks Anonymous! However, after other research, I find that The Crown pub was (and still is) located on the corners of Hill Street and Station Street (not Navigation Street) in the centre of Birmingham. By the way, I delete the wrong "Brownhills" part, thanks

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  3. Brilliant, Bruno -- well done! We'd love to have you join our "Bakerloo" fan page -- Terry Poole is one of the administrators! http://tinyurl.com/7jexnr2

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  4. Bruno: According to rock journo Chris Welch, Clem played at least one gig in late October or early November 1969 (in Nottingham, I think) with Dave Pegg (b) and Cozy Powell (d) as "Bakerloo." I'm not sure it went beyond that one gig and a few rehearsals, as Clem joined Colosseum not too long after that. And good to see you included the group that was put together (by Jim Simpson?) to fulfill some contractual dates -- after all, the album had JUST come out on Harvest, and there was no group to promote it! I wish I could find footage of that late '69-early'70 "Bakerloo" TV appearance in Germany ...

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  5. Oops...I forget, thanks BBCWiHi! Added!

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  6. Ref. to "unknown venue, unknown city, Germany":on Wednesday, May 6th 1970 had a gig in Neum√ľnster (north of Hamburg), as far as I remember in was in a Jazz Club/Pub called "Stadt Rendsburg", entrance fee was 4 German Marks (advance booking), 4 Marks 50 at the box office. I was very impressed, that's why I kept the ticket. Venue called "London Blues".

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  7. Bakerloo ROCKS My House Hold Every Day.... my kids Sing the Entire Album by HEART.... I just found out about this ONE Album you released.... I Stumbled onto Bakerloo on Youtube... Being a Musuc FAN... I had to buy through AMAZON.... have my own PLUS 3 as gifts ... All Great Songs on it Every Tune... RockN' Mpls,MN USA... BAKERLOO

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  8. The two entries for 16th January '69 - The Factory was actually next door to the Opposite Lock in Gas Street and run by the same people, interesting that it shows they 'cancelled' at the Lock but were on at the Factory.
    I actually saw them play a number of times in Brum, one of the gigs was at the Factory (I can't remember the date though!)

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  9. I know that I saw Bakerloo Blues Line and Climax Chicago Blues Band at Stoke College in 1969? Can't see a date for this.

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