Mike Carr (musician)
The younger brother of trumpeter Ian Carr, with whom he formed the EmCee Five group, he began playing in Newcastle in the 1960s before leaving for London in the 1970s and appearing regularly at Ronnie Scott's. EmCee Five featured some of the UK's leading jazz musicians of the 1960s and 1970s, including John McLaughlin, Ronnie Stephenson, Malcolm Cecil, Spike Heatley and Johnny Butts. In 1976 he was band member of Eric Burdon.
with Emcee Five
- 1961: Let's Take Five.
- 1962: Bebop from the East Coast (Birdland) with Ian Carr, John McLaughlin
- 2005: Legend
With Prince Lasha
- Insight (CBS, 1966)
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