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John G. Perry

John G. Perry
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John G. Perry (born 19 January 1947 in Auburn, New York) is a British bass guitarist and singer. He was born in US to British parents and when he was young, the family moved back to England. From 1973 to 1974 he was a member of Caravan, with whom he recorded one studio album, For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night (1973), and one live album, Caravan and the New Symphonia (1974). He has also recorded as a solo artist and was a member of Quantum Jump.
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Caravan — Songs for Oblivion Fishermen Caravan — Songs for Oblivion Fishermen
(Hux Records 002, 1998, CD)
John G. Perry — Seabird John G. Perry — Seabird
(Voiceprint VP169CD, 1995, CD)
Anthony Phillips — The Archive Collection Volume One Anthony Phillips — The Archive Collection Volume One
(Blueprint BP279CD, 1990/1998, 2CD)
Gordon Giltrap — The Peacock Party Gordon Giltrap — The Peacock Party
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2453, 1979/2014, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Sides Anthony Phillips — Sides
(Voiceprint VP534CD, 1979/2012, 2CD)
Gordon Giltrap — Fear of the Dark Gordon Giltrap — Fear of the Dark
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2402 , 1978/2013, CD)
Anthony Phillips — Wise after the Event Anthony Phillips — Wise after the Event
(Passport PB 9828, 1978, LP)
Quantum Jump — Barracuda Quantum Jump — Barracuda
(Voiceprint MPVP013CD, 1977/1998, CD)
Gordon Giltrap — Perilous Journey Gordon Giltrap — Perilous Journey
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2401, 1977/2013, CD)
Dave Greenslade — Cactus Choir Dave Greenslade — Cactus Choir
(Edsel EDSA 5036, 1976/2014, CD)
Quantum Jump — Quantum Jump Quantum Jump — Quantum Jump
(Voiceprint MPVP012CD, 1976/1998, CD)
John G. Perry — Sunset Wading John G. Perry — Sunset Wading
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2041, 1976/2008, CD)
Gordon Giltrap — Visionary Gordon Giltrap — Visionary
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2400, 1976/2014, CD)
Curved Air — Midnight Wire Curved Air — Midnight Wire
(Repertoire REP 5239 , 1975/2011, CD)
Kevin Ayers — The Confessions of Dr. Dream and Other Stories Kevin Ayers — The Confessions of Dr. Dream and Other Stories
(EMI 268 2952, 1974/2009, CD)
Caravan — The New Symphonia Caravan — The New Symphonia
(Deram , 1974, LP)
Caravan — For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night Caravan — For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
(Deram , 1973, LP)

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