Roger Coulam

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Roger Keith Coulam, (born 21 August 1940, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, died October 2005), an experienced keyboard session musician, formed Blue Mink in the autumn of 1969, with Madeline Bell (vocalist), Roger Cook (vocalist), Alan Parker (guitarist), Herbie Flowers (bassist), and Barry Morgan (drummer).[1][2]

Career[edit]

Through his career, Coulam has also been involved with:

Credits[edit]

Allmusic.com lists Coulam with 31 credits from 1969 to 2012.[13] Discogs.com list 41 from 1965 to 2010.[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dave Thompson. "Blue Mink biography". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Roger Coulam, discogs.com
  3. ^ The Roger Coulam Quartet, discogs.com
  4. ^ Jimmy Nicol & The Shubdubs, discogs.com
  5. ^ Matthews' Southern Comfort (album), Allmusic.com
  6. ^ Poet and the One Man Band, Allmusic.com
  7. ^ Ugly Custard, Allmusic.com
  8. ^ Ugly Custard, discog.com
  9. ^ Histoire De Melody Nelson, Serge Gainsbourg, Allmusic.com
  10. ^ Jesus Christ Superstar, Film Soundtrack, Allmusic.com
  11. ^ Terminator, Nick Ingman, Allmusic.com
  12. ^ A Rock 'N' Roll Night at the Royal Court Theatre, Alan Price, Allmusic.com
  13. ^ Roger Coulam credits, Allmusic.com. Retrieved 1 December 2012
  14. ^ Roger Coulam credits, discogs.com. Retrieved 1 December 2012

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