Stud (band)

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Stud is a British rock band from the early 1970s, that featured two members of Taste - bassist Charlie McCracken (born Richard McCracken, 26 June 1948, in Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland) and drummer John Wilson (born 6 November 1947, in Belfast, Northern Ireland) - along with two members of Family - former bass guitarist John Weider and future bass player, Jim Cregan.

Never a very commercially successful band, Stud had its biggest successes in Germany.

Discography[edit]

Stud (Deram Records, 1971)[edit]

Track Listing
Side One
  1. "Sail On" - (Jim Cregan, Richard McCracken, John Wilson) - 4:12
  2. "Turn Over The Pages" - (Cregan) - 4:17
  3. "1112235" - (Cregan, McCracken, Wilson) - 12:20
Side Two
  1. "Harpo's Head" - (Cregan, McCracken, Wilson) - 7:35
  2. "Horizon" - (Cregan, McCracken, Wilson) - 11:07
    • "Here - Part 1"
    • "There - Part 2"
  3. "Song" - (Cregan) - 2:33
Personnel
  • Jim Cregan - lead and acoustic guitars, lead vocals
  • Richard McCracken - bass, double bass
  • John Wilson - drums [1]

September (BASF Records, 1972)[edit]

Goodbye Live at Command (BASF Records, 1973) [2][edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.discogs.com/Stud-Stud/release/1434303
  2. ^ "Stud discography". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 2006-07-31.