Amory Kane

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Amory Kane
Birth name Jack Daniel Kane
Born (1946-03-28)28 March 1946
San Francisco, California
Genres Rock, pop, blues
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter, artist, writer
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, bass, six-string bass
Years active 1954–present
Labels CBS Records, MCA Records, Choralis Records, Rodell Records
Associated acts Led Zeppelin, P.J. Proby, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Mugpush

Amory Kane (born Jack Daniel Kane, March 28, 1946) is a British-based American musician, most renowned for his work in late 1960s "swinging London", perhaps for his single "Reflections of Your Face", which was covered by artists such as P.J. Proby. He is also notable in that members of Led Zeppelin played in his band. Kane worked as a session musician in London, playing on recordings credited to bands such as The Magic Lanterns.[1] He released two solo albums: Memories of Time Unwound, released in 1968 on MCA and Just to Be There, released in 1970 by CBS, which featured Dave Pegg of Fairport Convention on bass guitar.[2]



  • Memories of Time Unwound (1968), MCA
  • Just to Be There (1970), CBS
  • Fill Your Head With Rock (1970) CBS


  • "Reflections Of Your Face" (1968), MCA
  • "You Were On My Mind" (1970), Uni
  • "Him Or Me" (1970), CBS


  1. ^ Lancashire, David (1968) "They Splice Noise Together", Victoria Advocate, June 2, 1968, p. 9, retrieved 2011-06-17
  2. ^ Unterberger, Richie "Just to Be There Review", Allmusic, retrieved 2011-06-17

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