|Birth name||Jeffrey Allen|
|Born||23 April 1946|
Matlock, Derbyshire, England
|Associated acts||East of Eden, Babe Ruth, Snowy White, Bonnie Tyler, Mick Taylor, Van Morrison|
Jeff Allen (born Jeffrey Allen, 23 April 1946, Matlock, Derbyshire) is an English rock and blues session drummer. Allen is best known for his work with East of Eden, Babe Ruth, Snowy White, Bonnie Tyler, Mick Taylor and Van Morrison.
In the early 1980s, working as a freelance session musician, Allen played on albums recorded by Bonnie Tyler (Goodbye to the Island), Murray Head (Voices) and John Martyn (Well Kept Secret). In 1986, Allen joined Snowy White's Blues Agency, and drummed on their 1988 album, Change My Life.
- 1971: New Leaf - East of Eden
- 1971: World of East of Eden - East of Eden
- 1972: First Base - Babe Ruth (played on one track)
- 1975: Another Eden - East of Eden
- 1976: It's the Climate - East of Eden
- 1978: Restless - Rab Noakes
- 1978: Silver Park - East of Eden
- 1981: Goodbye to the Island - Bonnie Tyler
- 1981: Voices - Murray Head
- 1982: Well Kept Secret - John Martyn
- 1983: Philentropy - John Martyn
- 1988: Change My Life - Snowy White's Blues Agency
- 1995: Arthur's Club-Geneve 1995 - Mick Taylor & Snowy White (live album)
- 2000: Burning Bush - Troy Hardin
- 2000: Peter Green Songbook - Peter Green
- 2000: A Stone's Throw - Mick Taylor
- 2003: Baghdad - Ilham al-Madfai
- 2005: Ghost Party - Jeff Arundel
- 2007: Utopia 2 - Belinda
- 2009: Twice as Addictive - Snowy White's Blues Agency
Through his drumming duties with various musicians over the years, Allen's work appears on numerous compilation albums.
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