The prototype of this team was born in 1969 under the name “Burnt Oak”, and after three years band leader Jeff “Dicken” Payne, in consultation with colleagues, decided to change the sign to “Mr. Big”. The the composition at the time also included Pete Crowther (bass, guitar), John Bernip (drums, percussion) and Vince Chaulk (drums, percussion). The first concert of “Mr. Big” in the summer of 1972, in a London club “Marquee”. In 1974, the team signed a contract with “Epic Records” and soon released three singles. Despite the fact that the label has positioned his players how Cockney gang, “Mystery” while repeatedly appeared on television.
4.What Color Is The Wind
5.I Ain’t Bin A Man
8.Feel Like Calling Home
10.Can We Live / Angel Of My Life
John Burnip Drums, Keyboards, Percussion
Ed Carter Guitar (12 String), Harmonica, Tambourine, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Vince Chaulk Drums, Vocals
Pete Crowther Guitar, Guitar (Bass)
Jeff Dicken Bass, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mr. Big (UK) – Photographic Smile 1976
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